Friday, February 29, 2008

Bring back the love!

Great little ad from microsoft

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Arty Shoes

Went to an art show at El Kartel this weekend.
The theme was shoes (obviously), and my friend Peter had a pair in the show.

Make sure you vote for your favorites!

Peter Ricq's Zombot shoes.

Green Skulls





This guy might not look like it, but he can rock out

Got the chance to check out one of my longtime favorite bands, Pinback.
One of the best concerts ever!

Click here to hear their music

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Jim Gaffigan!

Jim Gaffigan, My Brother and I. Jim is crying on Dev's shoulder for an unknown reason.

You'll often hear people billing movies as "An hour of nonstop laughter!!!", but in reality, you only laugh for about...say...30 seconds.

So, for that reason alone, I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Jim Gaffigan for his hour of nonstop laughter.

My brother and I got the chance to meet up with him after the show, and he seems like a pretty down to earth, hilarious dude.

If you havent heard of him, or his comedy, click here!

More Stringbean

What do you guys think, hows this doodle? Better design?

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Violent Walking and You!

So the other day I was walking towards a busy train in a tight corridor. Unfortunately I was stuck behind a larger, very slow woman, who was a violent walker.

Now, you've all seen a violent walker before. They flail their arms with no regard for others safety, They swing to and fro as if the world was their own little playground. Well, violent walkers, this post is for you!

Anyways, I try to pass this violent walker, but being rush hour, there was a large amount ofpeople in a very small space, and as I attempt to slip through the crowd, the Violent Walker swings her meaty appendage into my delicate (but manly) loins.
As you can imagine, I was in much pain. Please direct your attention to the illustration below.

Its hard to look at, I know. The worst part was the lack of respect. Way outta line! Way outta line!

I guess I will summarize my little tragic tale with a quote by my main man, Ghandi. (we're tight)

~"We may never be strong enough to be entirely nonviolent (walkers) in thought, word and deed. But we must keep Nonviolen(t walking) our goal and make strong progress towards it."