Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Tuesday, September 27, 2005
why didn't i think of this site first?
i have stuff. i have cats (a plethora almost). seems to make sense.
you wouldn't normally think people would get so excited over bull cum.
stay out da kitchen
as i sit here in my home, "working" as one might put it, on a tuesday afternoon in late september i thought to myself "wow, i sure am glad that i got a place with air conditioning." that was one of the main selling features of this place. i was essentially looking for an apartment that had any combination of the following: air conditioning, dishwasher, washer/dryer, cheap slaves.
i managed 3 out of 4 anyways. i'll have to keep looking for the washer/dryer... er i mean cheap slaves.
well, anyhoo, since i'm "working from home" today i figured why not "go to the library" (no real need for quotes there - just for emphasis i s'pose). and with my air conditioning cranked and my baseball hat on straight, i went straight to the library for a morning of procrastination.
i came back to discover the fact that today is the magical day of the year that the building managers turned off the lovely air conditioning and turned on the HEAT. it's not snowing (despite living in canada). it's actually like 25 degrees today (i think that's around 78 degrees for anyone american). AND being that the air conditioning and heater are controled with the same apparatus the climate conditions in my apartment were now similar to rain forests in tropical countries.
at least i have Kool-Aid
Sunday, September 18, 2005
that aboot sums it up
i think this clip sums up my views on techno/dance music.
perfectly i might add.
earlier i was driving in my car (yes, the great and powerful daewoo, master of all silver hatchbacks) and pulled up to a notoriously long red light. there are several of these on my journey home, each of them generally presenting me with the usual standard of exhaust fumes and view of passing traffic.
this particular red light presented me with a view unlike any i had seen. there was a small lady, probably in her thirties, driving a very large minivan/suv/monstrosity. now, i know that isn't unusual, but the actions she was performing was the unusual part. she had her head positioned such that she could easily gaze into the cavernous depths of her nostrils with the convenience of the rear view mirror, while watching her probing fingers reach deep into these endless nose-holes in order to excavate some of the finest green gold i'm sure she had ever seen.
well, maybe not the finest. she decided it wasn't good enough to keep and rolled it up into a ball and tossed it out the window - while she continued the excavation process with the index finger of her other hand.
as i mentioned before, this was a rather long red light. probably close to about two minutes. needless to say, i was kept quite entertained/disgusted by this display of a woman so oblivious to her surroundings that she would sit in blatant view of several passing pedestrians and motorists while reaching in for some good booger action.
and me without my camera.
Thursday, September 15, 2005
Monday, September 12, 2005
Cows with guns
Sunday, September 11, 2005
i love that somebody has taken the time to study cartoon anatomy..
reminds me of some cartoon i watched once where they deconstructed the laws of cartoon physics - you know, like how a bad guy won't fall until he looks down, or a glass of water is all you need to break your fall, or how getting shot in the head will just disorient you and turn your face black for a few minutes (until, of course, you start chasing the good guy again).
Monday, September 05, 2005
Sunday, September 04, 2005
Friday, September 02, 2005
art vs. graffiti
Thursday, September 01, 2005
i ain't drinkin' no paint
on my tour of vancouver i went on a trip up to squamish (which i guess is not in vancouver). on the way i saw many of these crazy trees. i thought they were sequoias but i was informed that they were western red cedars.
i think i just love the fact that there is a tree stump large enough for two other large trees to grow out of.