Sunday, June 24, 2012

Pencil Crayon Super Saiyan

Been awhile, time to post something. I'm starting to get used to blending pencil crayons. Painting...not so much. Baby steps...

Friday, March 16, 2012

Greece Lightning

Made up a travel poster for Greece. It's sad talking to some Greek friends about what their family is going through over there these days. Hope they stay strong, like Kratos...oh wait, he wasn't part of Greek mythology, was he?

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Subjective Beauty

Found some sweet, sweet tunes I haven't heard from time! You can get a good feeling of a person, based on the kind of music they make. How they take care of the track, harmonies and what kind of influences they use. I truly feel that everyone can and should make some good music of their own in their lifetime. So pick up a damn instrument! (looks over at dusty-ass guitar in the corner of the room...) I gotta start taking my own advice.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Same but different

Checks & Balances

I actually wrote something out and just erased it, proving I have a conscience. Not because it was rude or disrespectful, mind you, but just in case it would be misconstrued as such. This was a very boring post.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Somebody Got Tebowed Real Bad...

...I'm not gonna say who...but I think you know him very well. 316? Go get em', boy!

Dream Merchant

Was thinking about scapegoats the other day. Had this dream that reminded me of this short story i read in high school. I think it was called 'the lottery' (again, instead of googling it for 2 seconds i think i'll just assume).

Once a year, residents in this small town showed up at the town square in their Sunday's best. I think they put their names in a hat. I'm not sure if the winner was the last person chosen, or the first one drawn out a box.

Anyway, what the reader doesn't find out until later is that the "winner" is actually exiled from the town, as a form of population control. Or killed. Don't remember, and again, google, 2 seconds...
Pretty sad and changes the perception of winning the lottery from that elderly man at the lotto stand with the scratch and wins, to a more Clockwork Orange type of deterrent.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012


July, dude...Last post was July. I remember when I was on a roll, it seemed like just yester-month...BAH, no time for that, gonna get back to some regular posting like Andrew Bynum.

Dear diary...I've missed you so...   :..(

Also, I got attacked by Zoidberg for no reason.