See also Black Metal Fishmonger
10 May 2010
28 March 2010
17 February 2010
This is exactly what I'm always talking about. Everywhere I go these days I see all these damned snakes just lying around everywhere.
I don't think people appreciate the value of a good snake anymore. Used to be it was a big deal to get a snake. Just one! One snake was a big deal. My father took me to get my first snake when I was thirteen. I had saved up for four years for that damn snake, and it was a little one too! Just a tiny little thing only a bit longer than your hand, but I cherished it, I valued it. We knew what went into a snake back then. If my father could see all these snakes going to waste today, why, he would weep I tell you.
Folks today just don't understand the value of snakes They don't understand quality. All these low quality snakes got people thinking they can get a snake anytime they want to and then throw it out when they get bored. They don't understand quality. My father, now he knew a good snake, he taught me the value of a snake. I'm glad he's not here to see all these damned snakes going to waste.
23 August 2009
28 June 2009
26 March 2009
23 March 2009
I hope Phill will forgive me for perhaps jumping on his bandwagon before he has fully got the reigns in his hands, but I want to make it clear that he is an awesome artist whom I perpetually attempt to imitate.
I suggest thus that you visit his art blog Lines That Make Things today, and frequently thereafter, you will always like it.
17 March 2009
09 March 2009
If you've ever seen a film called Blood Beach, and chances are you have not, you may remember a character named Hoagie (seen getting snuffed in the pic to the left). Pretty stupid name, but in the context of the film it might be fitting, y'know, stoner beach-bum time likes to eat sandwiches or whatever so his friends nickname him Hoagie right?. Apparently people are actually named that, or anyway that is a familiar shortening of the name Hoagland, which is just a little to close to hog-land among other things for me to take it even remotely serious.
If you are trying to find pictures on Google of our foggy brained friend of said moniker, you will not find them, but instead, pictures of America's favorite Hoagy (spelled differently than I had assumed), Hoagland Carmichael composer of music for films among other things. To his credit is the heartwarming classic "Heart and Soul" which played such an integral part in that effervescent and enucleating classic Big.
Nevertheless, should you pursue the matter, and I don't recommend it (everything interesting is written here as far as I'm concerned)you will find that Hoagy Carmichael does indeed like sandwiches. Preferably those consisting of canned lunchmeat Treet, raw white onions and mustard.
18 September 2008
Now that the contest is sealed with a kiss, I can reveal to you the monster I have submitted to the duel for the season finale episode at Beast Battles. Go there and vote for the awesomest beast dude! Radical!