Wednesday, November 25, 2009

When Somebody's Doing Sex to Me!!!

Are you at least going to treat me to dinner and a movie?

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Aliens and Universal Health Care

I sat down last night to watch the pilot for the remake of the 80's sci-fi show "V". I remember watching it as a middle-school and early high-school kid, so I was curious to see what they could do with modern effects and (hopefully) better writing.

But it wasn't the aliens and special effects (of which there were few) that immediately struck me as I was watching. It was the political allegory. A charming race of aliens appear suddenly and usher in a new era on Earth. They are good looking, eloquent in staged speeches, don't take unvetted questions, and use phrases like "hope" and "change". We know nothing about them, yet most of the country is taken in by the rhetoric.

Sound familiar?

Heck, at one point, during a staged interview, the aliens even offer to provide "universal health care". And yes, they used that exact phrase.

Imagine my surprise when I woke up and saw THIS ARTICLE linked from Instapundit. It seems I wasn't the only one to find the parallelism more than a bit creepy. Of course, it's likely all just something of a coincidence. The show was probably written, produced, and scheduled for airing before the current White House was in place. Or maybe the script was reworked a bit. Maybe.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Hitler Defends Pete Carroll

This is the funniest parody of the classic Hitler meltdown scene.

"This is nothing. You should have seen him during the Freedom Bowl back in '92" haha. Yeah Adolph... I was there for that. It was almost as bad a spending a weekend in the Dachau concentration camp. Almost.

I haven't laughed this hard after a loss in years.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Why Exercise Won't Make You Thin

THIS is a great article that deals with one of the biggest myths regarding exercise. There are lots of reasons to stay active - weight loss is not one of them.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Obama as the Joker.

Oh boy... here we go! When you loose the respect of the Los Angeles artistic freeway poster crowd, you're on your way down. heh.

Great Britian and George Orwell

Contrary to the current belief's of many English government types, George Orwell's 1984 was not an instruction manual. Seriously, if Orwell had written about a PROGRAM LIKE THIS, it would have been laughed off as completely impossible. Alas, it is no longer fiction - it's actually happening.

I just wonder when/if the English will stand up and say, "ENOUGH!". I fear they won't. In my time there, I found WAY too many people who would say things like, "Well, if you don't do any thing wrong, you don't have to worry, right?" I fear that reactions such as those will be all too common - and England will slip in to a "Benign Dictatorship" - if there is such a thing.

It's happening. It's not fantasy. It's not fiction. It's real.

"Do it fast" and Health Care reform

Expect to see A LOT more of this type of thing as this abomination of a bill goes forward. We're getting really close to torches, pitchforks, and riots. Heck, if I were Specter in this video, I would have been more than a little nervous - that audience is REALLY, REALLY mad, and he doesn't seem to even understand WHY. Amazing.


Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Gates and the Right to be Rude to a Cop

Last night Elizabeth and I were talking about the Gates case. Aside from the issues of race relations and racial profiling, there is another important issue that this case brings up.

Should cops be able to arrest you for being rude to them? Although I'm generally pro-police, the answer to this is unequivocally "NO". You have a right to be a jerk to a cop, as long as you aren't threatening. We as a society walk a fine line between civil rights and security. When security is not being threatened, civil rights MUST be maintained. This entire argument is fleshed out in great detail HERE IN THIS article.

THIS ARTICLE on Forbes is a little longer and filled with lots of legalese, but it outlines in great detail why the arrest was probably a violation of the First Amendment.

Monday, July 27, 2009

There's Been a Lot of Anti-Obama Junk on this Blog...

Let's lighten things up a little and explore the slightly more absurd for a while. As all of my regular readers are will aware, I've been designing some artwork for sale on

In my short time on Zazzle, I've run across a wide range of utter crap. Stuff that people spent 3.4 seconds designing, and even less making sure it looks good on the product they are tying to sell. So I decided to mock them. Yes, it's childish, it's mean, it's totally juvenile - but it's funny and I enjoy it. And so "You Suck at Zazzle" was born.

Enjoy. I do.

Santa Cruz City Council Meeting and Drugs

Oh boy... this is absolutely hilarious. This woman makes her case for solving all of California's crop/farming/food issues. It's three minutes of the most incoherent, rambling, non-nonsensical gibberish you'll ever hear. I bet the city counselors understood and agreed with all of it... haha.

Warning, watching the video will make you dumber. A lot dumber.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Mark Steyn on Obama and Racism

I've always been a fan of Mark Steyn and his writing. He's got a singular wit and sense of humor that you just don't find in many political editorialists. HERE Mark weighs in on the Obama/Massachusetts cop controversy. A worthy read.

Friday, July 24, 2009

I thought Hirohito surrendered to Michael Jackson on the Battlestar Galactica

It seems like everyday, this idiot does or says something stupid. And I though we got rid of the idiot President... Hey Barack, Hirohito WASN'T THERE for the Japanese surrender ceremony.

And while were on the topic... why do you make it sound like our victory over the Japanese in WWII was a bad thing? It's almost as if you sound ashamed and wouldn't want a repeat of that result.

On behalf of all the Americans, Australians, and other Allied Forces who fought against the Japanese (including my Grandfather) - Fuck you, you ignorant jerk.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009


Obama and the government are "going to tell doctors" how to do their jobs.

This is terrifying. Truly, truly terrifying.

More reading on the issue of Procedures and medicine HERE. Worth the time to check it out.

Creeping Totalitarianism

Stuff LIKE THIS just creeps me out. There is SO much potential for abuse. The government is NOT your friend. There is no rational reason for them to do this type of thing.

And don't give me that "if you haven't done anything wrong, you don't have anything to worry about" bullshit. The government has NO right to monitor the movement of innocent people who are just going about their business in a public place. None. Ever.

Monday, July 20, 2009

$4 Trillion... and Counting

The Federal Government is spending more money than it did in WWII. Actually, it has been for a while, but take a look at THIS GRAPH. The numbers are getting insane. Glenn Reynolds calls it "looting". That's not strong enough for me. I think these assholes know that this will destroy the value of the dollar and is completely unsustainable. They are trying to create a financial crisis. Once there is a proper crisis, they can cram through whatever legislation they want.

I think this spending is treason.

Yeah, that's a strong statement - not one that I'd make lightly.

The Federal Gov. is not spending TWICE what it did as near back as 2000. Does anyone think we didn't have enough government then? This is a massive payoff to the well connected and politically influential.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Can We Call Obama a Communist Yet?

As sure as the sun rises in the East - the new Obamacare plan has a section which essentially makes private insurance illegal.




We are so screwed.

More on Health Care and Free Markets HERE.

Monday, July 13, 2009

The Hidden Cost of Nationalized Health Care

This is a great article by Glenn Reynolds (Instapundit). He's spot on with this. Innovation is largely a capitalist enterprise. As soon as the politicians get a hold on your health care, it's inevitable that health decisions will become political.

"Fashionable" with large, boisterous (think breast cancer) advocacy groups will get the lion's share of research and development dollars. Less "popular" diseases (think chronic renal failure) will fall by the wayside.

Sale Made on Zazzle

Another Zazzle thing... someone bought 20 of these stickers last night. I have a series of these with different animals. Thanks to whoever bought them!

Today's Best Award on Zazzle

Yesterday I got notice that one of my Dragons won a "Today's Best Award". Yippie. What does that really mean? It simply means that someone at Zazzle thought that my design was really cool and deserved to be featured on the front page of the site for a day. Pretty cool - it's always nice to be noticed. Here's the design:

Sunday, July 12, 2009

The Future of Obamacare

Ah Medicare - the current Government run health care program. Isn't it FANTASTIC?!?

Sadly, this "opting out" will become the norm if Obama's plan comes to fruition. Lot's of senior doctors will simply retire or move on to non-clinical careers. I predict the supply of doctors in America will be hit - hard. And there's a shortage already.

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Reliving the Walkman

HERE IS A STORY of a kid who traded in his iPod for a Walkman for a week. I had a Walkman a lot like that way back. Then one Christmas in the late 80's, I got a DISCMAN and thought I had died and gone to high-technology heaven.

It's really cool to see how far this stuff has come in one short generation. Makes me anxious to see what things will be like in another 20 years.

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Gain Weight, Live Longer

THIS is an interesting study regarding weight and life-span. Don't be afraid to have that extra donut.

There's another blogger/nutritionist who's been saying the SAME THING for a while now.

Bottom line: Everything in moderation and don't sweat a couple pounds here or there.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

New Store on Zazzle

If you look to the right column, there is a new widget. I've opened a print on demand store at the website Zazzle. The home page is HERE.

You upload art and designs to them and they sell t-shirts, greeting cards, coffee mugs, stickers, and a whole bunch of other stuff. There is, of course, a commission given to the artist (me).

So check out the shop and see if there is anything you like. The store navigation is a little quirky... basically look at the different designs on the right column. Some of the Product Lines on the right have multiple designs under the title, while others only have one design on multiple products.

Anyhow, I'll be posting link to some of my favorite designs from time to time. Today I'll start with a "Motivational" design I thought up while I was sitting on the couch.

The text says: Exercise - Sometimes you just need the proper motivation.

Great Minds Think Alike

Instapundit and I had the same thought today regarding the death of Michael Jackson. While his (or any) death is tragic and certainly newsworthy - it comes at a rather, ahem, inopportune time.

Congress is on the brink of several votes that could change the face of America - Cap and Trade and the socialization/destruction of the best health care system in the history of civilization. Not to mention a brewing revolution in Iran and a beligerant North Korea threatening to launch missles at or near Hawaii.

And we're now going to talk about Michael for the next week or so.

If I were a conspiracy type guy - and I'm not - I'd think Obama had MJ knocked off to cause the distraction. Just kidding. I hope.

ObamaCare... ugh...

Okay, it's not like I've been a big supporter of Obama from the beginning. In fact, you could say I really can't stand his policies. But THIS is insane. He'll impose crappy health care on all of us, but wouldn't ever subject HIS family to that plan. What a fucking hippocrite.

Every single one of those jerks in Washington needs to go. Democrat, Republican, whatever... we need to get out a big can of Politician Raid and clean house. Alas, it won't happen... sigh...

Monday, June 22, 2009

The Battle of Kuger - Lion vs. Water Buffalo

By far the best wild animal hunting video I've ever seen. Well worth the 8 minutes to watch. Africa is a dangerous place... even for the lions.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Obama Lied... The Economy Died

I'm series thinking of making myself an "Obama Lied, The Economy Died" bumper sticker. This guy is amazing... and not "amazing" in the traditional positive sense... more like "amazing" in the "holy crap, I'm terrified" sense.

Orwell was spot on in 1984 with his Newspeak. Obama seems to have read that book not as a warning, but rather a manual. War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Job Loss is Job Gain.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

San Francisco and the Homeless

If this doesn't explain why I can't stand the people in San Fransico, nothing will. Here's a guy who tries to WORK so he can improve his life, and the wonderful, progressive, liberal, nanny-state government slams him down. They honestly would rather he be given a welfare check handout than see him support himself.


Friday, June 5, 2009

Cruchberries Aren't Real Berries?!?!?! WHAT?

Say it isn't so!!!! 

All these years, I've suffered under the delusion that they were REAL! Damn Capt'n, I really hate that guy for lying to me for my entire life. What a jerk. I'm never buying any of his "flavored cereal shaped berry balls" ever again.

Acutally, although I've had a life-long love affair with Capt'n Crunch, I've always found the Crunchberry version to rate a 9.8 on the 1 - 10 scale of Total Nastiness. So I guess I'm not going to have to change my cereal eating patterns.

Next up: Grape Nuts. Neither Grape flavored, nor are they nuts.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

The Medicine of Maggots

They've been using maggots for centuries to "cure" various problems. Most of these uses have been of relative little value. But there are some legit uses for these little critters. 

HERE'S an interesting article on some of the research and the latest developments in the world of maggot therapy.


Wal-Mart is Hiring!

In the midst of one of the worst economic downturns in a long, long time, the much hated (yet somehow imensely successful) Wal-Mart is HIRING.

Go figure. They must be doing something right.

Now... here's where the anti-Wal-Mart, anti-capitalist, cave-dwelling liberal barbarians all ump up and down yelling things like, "Yeah, but they aren't "living wage" jobs!", "But they don't have good health benefits", "But those jobs aren't green"... and other silly nonsense.

Dude... they're jobs, and right now, the economy can use ANY of those it can find.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Jon Stewart Gets a History Lesson


It's a long video, but it really hits that smug little bastard pretty hard. Stewart tries to argue that Truman was a "war criminal" for dropping the two bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He then promptly gets a verbal beat-down for his lack of knowledge of the facts. Highly entertaining if you're a history buff, pretty boring of you aren't. heh.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Susan Boyle - Well, I Sure Didn't See THAT Coming!

Here's a link to an amazing YouTube video of a woman trying out for an English show called "Britain's Got Talent". One of the judges is Simon Cowell of "American Idol" fame.

The audition stars out looking like it's going to be a female Scottish version of William Hung... and it rapidly turns in to something quite different.

They have disabled the embedding for this video, so you'll have to go to YouTube to see it... but trust me, it's worth it.

WOW. Just wow.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Interesting Instapundit Links

These are a couple of interesting posts from Glen Reynolds.

The first is a graph the past and projected Federal Debt going back to the Bush years, and forward to the Obama Administration. For eight years, I heard TONS of criticism about the massive spending Bush was running up. Now Obama has stepped in a managed to outpace even the irresponsible spending of GWB. I didn't think that was possible... sigh...


The second post is a great link to a post by a favorite history author of mine. He has some - ehem - radical ideas for dealing with the pirate resurgance. His methods of dealing with the threat largely mimic what Jefferson attempted (somewhat successfully) during the Barbary Wars of the 18th Century. The ideas - although seeminly harsh by todays more "enlightened" standards - would almost certainly work today. Alas, these policies will never be enacted.


Sunday, April 5, 2009

Edible Pictures - Foodgawker

I don't know if I could actually make any of the stuff on THIS site, but the pictures look absolutely delicious. Easily the best looking food on the internet.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Extreme Sheepherding

It doesn't really matter if this is real or fake (I suspect the latter) - it's just a great video.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Great Moments in Higher Education

Sorry, you're not accepted to UCSD. Just kidding, you're IN. But not really, that last message was a MISTAKE.

Oops. If this happened at a private company, someone (or many people) would loose their jobs. Why do I get the feeling no one will be fired over this?

Thursday, March 26, 2009

California to Ban Black Cars

Please tell me this is a joke. Please. Someone. Anyone.

Why do California legislators hate black cars? White, yellow, and brown cars are fine, but can't have any black ones! Freakin' racist bastards.

If this weren't serious, I would think it was a stupid parody of government ineptitude. Sadly, it's no joke.

This is so outrageous that I can only begin to imagine what Martin Luther King, Jr. would have to say about this blatantly racist attack on cars of color. Were he to stand in Sacramento and give his famous speech, would it look like this?:

As we drive, we must make the pledge that we shall always use the fast lane. We cannot pull illegal u-turns. There are those who are asking the devotees of automotive civil rights, "When will you be satisfied?" We can never be satisfied as long as cars of color are the victim of the unspeakable horrors of police brutality. We can never be satisfied, as long as our SUVs, heavy with the fatigue of travel, cannot gain parking in the truck-stops of the highways and the parking structures of the cities. We cannot be satisfied as long as the colored car's basic mobility is from a smaller ghetto to a larger one. We can never be satisfied as long as our newly purchased midnight-black Mini's are stripped of their selfhood and robbed of their dignity by signs stating "Parking For White Cars Only". We cannot be satisfied as long as a black Jeep in San Diego cannot get on the I-5 and a black BMW in San Jose believes it has no freeways on which to merge. No, no, we are not satisfied, and we will not be satisfied until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream.

I am not unmindful that some of you have come here out of great trials and tribulations. Some of you have come fresh from narrow impound lots. Some of you have come from areas where your quest for freedom left you battered by the storms of persecution and staggered by the winds of police brutality. You have been the veterans of creative suffering. Continue to work with the faith that unearned suffering is redemptive.

Go back to Richmond, go back to South San Francisco, go back to Oakland, go back to Watts, go back to Compton, go back to the slums and ghettos of our northern cities, knowing that somehow this situation can and will be changed. Let us not wallow in the valley of despair.

I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.

I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all light duty cars and trucks are created equal."

I have a dream that one day on the brown hills of the East Bay the sons of formerly black car owners and the pickup trucks of former slave owners will be able to get their oil changed together at the Jiffy Lube of brotherhood.

I have a dream that one day even the state of California, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom, justice and pitch black asphalt.

I have a dream that my little Jeep Liberty will one day drive in a nation where it is will not be judged by the color of its paint job but by the content of it's towing capacity.

I have a dream today.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

I Bet You Didn't Think a Car Review Could Be Funny, eh?

THIS has got to be the best review of a car I've ever read. Hilarious from beginning to end. Too bad it's a review of a fictional car.

I think there might be something darker at work here. The more I think about the Truckster, and the impact it had on the Griswold family, the more I think it had some sort of malevolent presence that, while more subtle than that displayed by the killer car in Christine, was no less real. Perhaps the better example would be the Ring of Power that Frodo carries in The Lord of the Rings. Like the Ring, the Truckster was a talisman of doom that brought ill fortune and slowly but inexorably put its bearer under its twisted influence.

"Vacation" was a great movie - a classic of the 80's, no doubt.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Another Dead Newspaper

Can't say I'm sorry to see them go. I haven't read an actual newspaper for the sake of news in years...

Anyone want to start a countdown until they ask the Government for a bailout? Too big to fail... blah blah blah.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

New Kindle!!!

A few days ago, I got a used Kindle (first edition) from a local retired guy who wanted to upgrade to the new Kindle 2.

I got it for an insanely good price. So much so that I almost feel bad that the guy didn't really know what it was worth. But, it's not my fault that he didn't see what they were going for on ebay. heh.

I've read a bit on it for the last few nights, and I have say - this thing ROCKS. It's totally unlike reading on a computer. The e-ink technology makes it like reading a paper book. Unless you've seen one in person, it's hard to describe how cool it is.

It has a free wireless connection to the internet. Not great for browsing, but you actually can check your yahoo! mail with it.

The SD card slot makes it stupid easy to load documents and books. You can also download them from the Amazon store instantly. Prices are okay, but not great for most content. I haven't bought anything yet as I have a large collection of e-books that can be converted to text files and read on the Kindle.

Anyhow, this isn't meant to be a comprehensive review. Those can be found in many places online. I just wanted to blog a little about how cool this thing is. I almost can't wait for my first plane trip with it - the ability to travel with a small library with me is just too cool.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Obama's Problem in a Nutshell

"There isn't much in his plan to stir the national soul. It's about 'sacrifice' now so that we can live for a future of small electric cars and windmills."

Read the ARTICLE.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Hanson meets Smashing Pumpkins - No Really, I'm Serious

There is a really, really, REALLY odd musical Supergroup in the making. Someone introduced members of Hanson, the Smashing Pumpkins, Cheap Trick, and Fountains of Wayne - then said, "Hey guys, you should form a group!"

Maybe the name of their first song could be "I want you to want me to take Stacy's mom and M'Bob her tonight, tonight".

(Yes, I just manage to make a song title from parts or all of four songs by each of those original bands. I rock.)

The result? Tinted Windows.

And yes, I agree with the reviewer. The end of the world can't be far off. Although, I have to say, they didn't sound all that bad... hum...

Los Angeles is in Desperate Need of a John Galt.

This is a depressing look at the deterioration of Los Angeles. This once proud and wonderful city is sliding downhill. 20% of it's citizens are on some form of government assistance, and all the mayor does is preen for the cameras.

I went to college in LA, and lived there for several years. I've always had something of a love/hate relationship with the city, but it's most certainly sad to see it become so dysfunctional.

More on the Mayor HERE.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Ch-ch-ch-changes! Part II

Er... well, not so much.

Of course, I wasn't a huge fan of Bush, but O did run on the concept of "Change", didn't he? heh.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Thursday, January 22, 2009


What's the famous line from "Won't Get Fooled Again", by The Who?

Meet the New Boss... Same as the Old Boss.

"I don't think he really means it. And that gives me hope!"


Thursday, January 8, 2009

How to Make a Headboard

Okay, the "How to Make a Headboard" article is doing quite well on Helium in the last few days. It's on the first page of a Google search for the term. So, in an effort to up it's Google link-juice, I'll post it to the blog here with a link.

Besides, it's a fun project - easy, cheap, and it looks great. Here's the first paragraph.

When you look at your bedroom, is the first thought that enters your mind "Blah"? Does your bedroom still have somewhat of a college dorm feel? One of the easiest and cheapest ways to give your bedroom an upgraded look is to add a headboard to your bed. Rather than buying a pricey headboard (or a cheap, but hideous headboard), you can make an extremely inexpensive one that looks professional and only takes minutes to put together. After doing so, you'll be thrilled with how good it looks and you'll realize how bad your bedroom looked before!
Click HERE to read the entire article.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Nigerian 419 Scam!

It must be my lucky day! I just found a Nigerian 419 scam in my spam box. I'm soooo excited - I've never gotten one of these before. It's like Christmas in January.

Here's the text of the scam letter. I'm cutting and pasting it as I got it. For those how don't know what these are, read the link above - and ALWAYS remember that these people are CRIMINALS. I mock them whenever possible, but unfortunately, they do occasionally trick someone in to giving them money.

NEVER EVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES reply to their messages. And if you do send them a snarky "piss off" message, which again, you should NEVER DO - for the love of all that is good in the world, DO NOT DO IT FROM YOUR REGULAR EMAIL ADDRESS.

And it should (but often doesn't) go without saying that you don't give them any important numbers, like your SSN, credit cards, bank accounts, address, birthdates, or anything. Just don't do it. Ever. Nothing good will come from it. Nothing.

So with that warning in mind, here's the message. Enjoy.

Now that we have found you, let us work hand in hand to actualize this deal. A family member of yours ( or perhaps just a person having the same last name with you died 1997 in Taiwanese airliner crashed Taipei,Taiwan leaving behind an estate/capital of (USD12.5 Million with interest accrued till date) in the Bank of East Asia Ltd,Singapore where I work as an External auditor.
Till date nobody has come forward as an heir or put up an application for the claim (funds).
Please for more details visit this website for comprehensive details about Taiwanese airliner crashed tragedy
Recently during the bank's private search for a relative to the deceased who could claim the said funds, your name and contact was among our findings that matched the surname of the deceased whose name is withheld for security reasons. He died intestate with no Will or Next of kin to this funds. To maintain the level of security required for the completion of this transaction, I have intentionally left out the final detailed information which i will give you as this transaction progress and your seriousness is affirmed.
I urge you to come forward since I can provide you with the details you will need to claim the estate/capital and also work with you till the final remittance of the funds to the account you will nominate for us, at the end of this transaction the $12,500,000.00 will now be shared between us as follows.$5,000,000.00 for you and $7,500,000.00 for me and my colleagues that will do all the crucial part in the Bank to ensure that all legal procedures are followed as regards the claim and making sure the claim is released to you promptly with no time wasted.
To affirm your willingness and cooperation to this once in a life time opportunity please reply only to my private email

I do expect your prompt response.

Yours Sincerely,

Chang Kee


All I require is your honest cooperation to enable us see this deal through.I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law.
Please get in touch with me by my email Also you are advised to send me your full name,telephone/fax number, mailing address,age and occupation based on trust and honesty and as soon as i get that i shall send to you further detailed information regarding the procedure on how we can both claim this funds and seal this deal of a lifetime


Hey Chang Kee, if that is your real name, suck my *#@(&#!!!!

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Bomb Threat in Aspen

Elizabeth and I spent the day in downtown Aspen, just as THIS was unfolding. We got back to Basalt hours before the evacuation and didn't know it had happened until this morning.