Wednesday, October 31, 2007


so i've lost my wallet twice this month, and i am just thankful for those that returned it to me.

since i am not so much of a bad kid anymore, i think God (if there is one) loves me.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Light Video

soooo cooool!

Thursday, October 25, 2007


so whether your a car person, a bicycle person, or both... you'll always find that hard headed know it all douche bag... FUCK, people piss me off!

Thursday, October 18, 2007

So it rained...

i came home to pick up some art supplies for school. and i wanted to grab it before it rained. well, i grabbed everything, i just could not find my goddamn keys!! so i was trying to search and search, and what do you know. behold, the rain. it came down, and not only in liquid form, but also in iced form. so i decided to capture this moment. and i sorta did...

well i'm out of here befor eit rains again...

Wednesday, October 17, 2007


i did it, it's done. i felt bad, and still feel bad. but what's gotta be done had to be done.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Weiner Circle

This American Life is my all time favorite radio program. And they now (or been having) a television show on Showtime. Sweet! I found this act about weiner circle, the one chicago on clark near fullerton.

big plus! they used The Budos Band's "T.I.S.W.F" as an end song!

Saturday, October 6, 2007

This past weekend I rode 100 miles through the farm lands of Michigan. Man oh man, was it a tough ride. The first 70 miles was nice with two rest stops, afterwards, the single gear I was riding wasn't doing it for me.
The treacherous pains in my legs started at mile 70 going up a long hill. I ended up stopping 2/3rd on my way up. As I was trying to climb off my bike, my legs were cramping like no other! I couldn't bend my knees. I sat at the side of the road massaging the cramps out and drinking as much water as I could. After 5 minutes, I walked to the top of the hill, and started to ride again. And going down the hill, I could feel my legs about to cramp up more as I was spinning really fast. To make matters worst, we headed in to corn fields and about 25 mph head winds. At this point we were only riding about 8 mph; this was going on for about 6 miles. Then after, the rolling hills didn't seem as bad. I would just try to climb up slowly, and gain momentum going down. And that is how I survived the last 30 miles of the Apple Cider Century.

Thursday, October 4, 2007

Protective Gear?