It’s a good thing that they invented bluetooth and ear buds, because it doesn’t look weird when I have full blown conversations with myself, especially in the car. People just think I am talking on speaker phone with another human. Oh no. I mean I get so used to it, that I do it in public […]Read More Someone Slap Me Sideways and Call Me Sane
Parov Stelar is awesome. First time I heard this, I was blasting down the highway in Montana, feeling like gold and lit on fire. I know what this guy’s feeling with his feet! Brings back good memories for sure! Dance on, drive on, rock on, TURN ME ON!Read More Dance On! Drive On! Rock On! Turn me ON!
http://www.27bslash6.com/monkey.html All copied from site above. I wish I had a monkey Not like the kind in the above picture though, as that monkey is white and has some kind of fruit smeared all over its face. I would want a clean monkey. Obviously having your own monkey would be fantastic for a whole host […]Read More I Wish I Had a Monkey
http://www.27bslash6.com/ A hilarious site that showcases comedic banter btw coworkers, articles and more. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed. Anyone can really appreciate the hilarity in this back and forth conversation below. But none more so than Graphic Designers and their frustrated clientele. It’s one of my favorites, next to “I wish I had […]Read More Missing Missy
Yes, that is pretty much like me way back in the day. It’s National Coffee Day and I thought I should celebrate. So, I went McDonald’s to buy myself three Iced Coffees that I affectionately call “McCracks”. My real love affair began at 16. I had worked in coffee shops for decades. In honor of the […]Read More Coffee. Where it All Went Wrong.
That is how I looked at Philosophy and Poetry in college…neither here nor there. Actually that isn’t true … I was downright angry about it, I hated it so much. I almost broke my teeth in class once because I was clenching them so hard. I never understood why I had held such contempt toward these […]Read More Nietzsche – Neither Here Nor There
http://www.saatchigallery.com/artists/artpages/tracey_emin_my_bed.htm “A consummate storyteller, Tracey Emin engages the viewer with her candid exploration of universal emotions. Well-known for her confessional art, Tracey Emin reveals intimate details from her life to engage the viewer with her expressions of universal emotions. Her ability to integrate her work and personal life enables Emin to establish an intimacy with […]Read More My Bed – Candid Art Installation