Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Monday, June 22, 2009

Thursday, January 22, 2009

The Wonders of the Modern World pt. 2

This idea came to be in a dream after I had been using glue sticks and eating toast all day, and frankly I think this is a genius butter application system. Then I find this, you know when you come up with a great 'original' idea and you find out it's already been done, that's Postmodern for you I guess. Much kudos to the company or individual that brought this to the world. This is about as prolific as the printing press. Fuck you Land o' Lakes

The Wonders of the Modern World pt 1.

Words fail to describe a man riding to a tailgate party on his cooler. You would think that the engine being inside the cooler would not help that much in keeping your beers cool for your bros either. Also could you get a DUI on one of these?

More to come, the internet is vast place and saturated with wonderful products like these

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Best and Worst of 2008

-Drinking so much most of the year was forgotten due to increased periods of alcohol induced memory loss

-Finding Jesus in the bottom of a bag of Lay Original potato chips

-Winning first bet over a College Bowl game, Prize: 1/2 of a dinner size portion of General Tso's Chicken from Bruce Lee's No. 1 Dragon Chinese Food

-Finally realizing that in addition to Barry White's music as the premier canon of panty-dropping that it is also great to listen to at work real loud while printing images of lingerie models

-Finally getting around to producing the Catholic Doom Metal band Tabernacle

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Lost Items Volume "Shit I can't Remember" aka Frontier Edition

-leather cowboy hat with little pewter cast of a longhorn skull on it

-bucket of bacon fat that was once used as an insulating material for my hut in the backyard, until the animals licked it all off

-gun but no bullets

-antique intaglio etching of french erotica, print 3 of 70, note: "Oo La La" written in right hand corner by adolescence boy who found the print in attic after seeing the Back to the Future Trilogy on TBS

-Textbook circa 1875 stating that the atom is a solid particle