Monday, February 8, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
this reminded me to start up this blog again, sadly enough.
i was walking in midtown about two days ago and this dude was selling these scarves. hes yellin, "twilight, ladies protect ya neck from them vampires." im glad to see that the vampire obsession has leeked into our marketing.
just moved into my new pad. quite stoked on it. north jamaica. my dad gave me a pocket knife as a housewarming gift. hes really excited for me to be living here!!!
cooked my first dinner here of some ill vegan chili recipe. this song i got it poppin off in the kitchen too.
enjoi little ones.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
i took this picture to figure out if anyone has ever even fucking won one of these stuffed pieces of crap. so please, do tell me. because they are always 100 percent full and look as though the stuffed animals were from 1980.
the song is annoying as shit but this video is sweet
Dark party bars, shiny Cadillac cars
and the people on subways and trains
Looking gray in the rain, as they stand disarrayed
oh, but people look well in the dark
and my new favorite artist.....Aurel Schmidt...this bitch is fire!!!
and her stuff....
Sunday, November 29, 2009
an oragami orgasm.
be real people. ive been dealing with too many prostetic breathing preprogramed fucks lately.
and just some dope shit from this interview on npr (myfavoriteradiostation) with the director Pete Docter for the movie "up" seriously read this junk....
Mr. DOCTER: Yeah, there was something about - I guess balloons somehow seemed to be like a metaphor somehow for life, that there is something very temporal about them. You only have them for a short amount of time. They either - you accidentally let go, and they float away, or they shrivel, and they're gone, and there was something about that that seemed to relate to relationships and life that Bob and I started playing with.
Docter also confesses to doing a bit of undercover research to help flesh out the central character in Up: He and several instrumentalist colleagues — Docter plays bass, the others ukuleles — visited a retirement home as volunteer entertainers but took the opportunity to observe the tics and habits of the elderly men in residence.
"And so we were playing for these guys and secretly kind of taking little notes for ourselves," Docter says.
"I love to go to the airports, and just put on dark glasses so nobody can tell I'm staring at them, and just draw people," Docter says. "It's a lot of fun, and endless hours of entertainment — just watching the way people do simple things, even like eat a meal or, you know, wipe their kid's face or whatever. Just great behavior stuff."-Docter
and just because i adore this song...
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Monday, June 15, 2009
please impede yourself from spraying your neurons all over my new life, you cannot return it. there are no refunds. store credit is out of the question. you know I would not trade this for anything contained in the three quarters of salty water and extraterrestrial ideology and thought process of human beings. I know you have connections between our main satellite and the source of oxygen and summertime. nevertheless, that will not do it.
Sunday, June 14, 2009
I was sitting on a couch last night as I watched a man stumbling over to a girl to light his cigarette with the end of hers. as soon as they touched a strobe went through it from the surrounding lights. It made me feel real again.
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Thursday, June 4, 2009
Monday, February 9, 2009
Monday, February 2, 2009
Monday, January 26, 2009
Friday, January 23, 2009
Dr. Squires: The city's a disaster, Luke. Its not like it used to be. It's plastic. One big fucking happy meal.
Luke Shapiro: Some people like happy meals.
Dr. Squires: Some people like the Yankees too, Luke. It doesn't mean they're right.