Dec. 22, 2009
Archive for November 2009
I don’t know what would happen if you encountered this manwolf/wolfman in the wild. Would he bite you or would he lap dance you to death.
Happy thanksgiving. Nothing can beat getting hit in the face by a frozen ham. Trust me. If you’ve got some thing that can beats that celebration. email me.
Funny skit. The thing that throws me is this is a music video. This is two separate things that are not easily connected. I really feel like this is a “bait and switch” tactic to get people to listen to their song. A good band/song shouldn’t need a long comedy skit before their music video. Thoughts?
I used to live in this suburb of Chicago… and this 100% viable.
November 17, 2009 (ELGIN, Ill.) — Police in Elgin say they are hunting for a machete-wielding man who apparently has quite a taste for tacos.
Elgin Deputy Police Chief Jeff Swoboda says a local resident was walking back to his vehicle Sunday night after buying 16 tacos for $41 when a man wearing a black ski mask and a hooded sweat shirt ran up to him.
Swoboda says the masked man waved a machete and took the tacos, but nothing else. He then drove off in an older-model light green car
The victim was not injured.
Director: A+ (Eric Wareheim)
How else would you expect hockey fans who sit on the glass to respond when given the opportunity to have a players stick. I wonder if anyone was kicked out or just sent to a penalty box somewhere.
Its amazing how far we’ve come in special effects. Love the petro-lube rubbed on the lens look. Get off that dust boi.
Way to much cool stuff to give a splash of props too. Tsunami props to guerilla garden. Check it. http://guerillagarden.blogspot.com/
I saw kool keith for the first time at the Fox Theater in Boulder recently. Ummmmm… weird and amazing. Keith is a mastermind from what he produces as well as his freestyle. I’ve never seen someone freestyle to that level he threw down.
Enormous dedication and as a viewer, we don’t know if it is for art or for documentation (maybe both). I think that both of those reasons are valid. Photographers enjoy the art of the tool of the camera and it also allows their legacy to be viewed in photos.
Here is the story.
Here are the photos.
I love Love LOVE 8-bit music! I think it comes from the hours/days spent destroying with my spread gun on contra, jumping off walls in ninja gaiden or beating people up in the ring as little mac on mike tyson’s punch out… then celebrating with that incredible running workout montage with doc. ahhhhh nostalgia….