Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Fuck Winter Forever.

Spring is back, and over the last couple of weeks I've really been noticing nature and the habits of the wildlife around me.

This species of Whitefolk (Countrious Bumpkinuous) ward off potential rivals by tossing "Ringaahhhhs!!".(photo taken by Joybot).

There is something up with the trees, can't put my finger on it.

The frogs are making their return. This one is obviously unimpressed with this trailer park.

This group of Asianuans seem to have resorted to cannibalism,

This one seems happy enough. (I remember when Joy was really afraid of white vans when the Beltway Sniper drama was going on. BEHIND YOU!!)

A large gathering of Whitefolk.

Finally, the gigantic corpses seem to be blooming early this year.

Friday, March 16, 2007

Spring Break '99!!!!!!

Did I get down to Atlanta?


Did I get to be a shady roadie/merch guy for Monarch?


Did I have a damn fine spring break?

Can't Complain.

Here are some high points:

1. NCAA Tournament: After the first day the bracket has a scratch or two, but in good position. Though it doesn't really matter anymore being VCU punched Duke directly in the scrotum.

2. The Power of Moonpie Compels You!

Check out the TV spot.

3. Tiger Woods on the Wii: Wow, the results of my wretched golf swing transfers over perfectly. Thanks Nintendo. Good game though.

4. I've been seeing less and less American and Confederate Flags in this so-called "Capital of the South" Some bad ass wolf dolls wouldn't hurt either.

Someone has gotta pick up the slack.

5. Good ol' fashioned nightmare fuel:

"I know all your secrets."

Thursday, March 8, 2007

Jettison The Photos pt.1

Dropping in some favorites from the "take a picture a day" routine.

The National Aquarium in Baltimore: "Why do we always fight on vacation?"

Chuck vs. Ashton Paper Rock Scissor Marathon: "The clever combatant imposes his will on the enemy, but does not allow the enemy's will to be imposed on him." - Sun Tzu

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Rt. 301 Mechanicsville, VA: I can't wait to spend less time in a car.

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The Adcenter Blues vol. 4 Mix is in the works, with at least 30% more Hall and Oates.

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A hustler has got to have a hustle: Trying to not let the man get me down.

Friday, March 2, 2007

"I promise you there's room for more than one book on your shelf"

The photo with the sign was taken at Schafer Court on the VCU campus.

Why is it fashionable to take potshots at religion? Because, as long as religious people feel inclined to putting themselves on pedestals, we feel inclined to knock them off. Allow me to reconstruct this poster before they put it through the passive-aggression filter: "Our higher power, whom in which you must have not invested your faith, considers your acts deplorable. Good news however, he is willing to forget this incident...for a price." What we have here...is a failure to communicate, but nice touch with the rainbow heart. The target audience most likely understands the bible's view on homosexuals, so you are already in a hole. That hole didn't get any shallower when this guy offers to convert homosexuals to his side. If you can't beat em' join em' I guess. I understand you want to spread your religion and in some twisted way you feel that your going to "save" someone, but please choose your battles. My approach to homosexuality is a mix of apathy and isolation. I don't have many gay friends, but I also don't care what they do as long as I can go about my business. Personally I try not to disrespect any religion, because for all the negatives that come out there are just as many positives. If Jesus played baseball, I imagine he would be hitting more than .500 though, so there is room for improvement. It just disturbs me to the point of anger when I see short-sighted bullshit like this. Time to grow up kids, they are here to stay. Maybe it's best if you take your ball and go home?

In unrelated news, I've become fairly smitten with Yahoo Answers...I decided to ask a question that has been plaguing mankind for centuries. Here are the results: