Thursday, March 26, 2009

Art Show

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

A Bad Morning

This was the scene that greeted me this morning as I was leaving my neighborhood. I wasn't surprised to see several police cars with their lights flashing since people who speed mindlessly down Kipling tend to turn into our street to collect their ticket and then drive carefully away. However, I was not expecting this. It's hard to say just how this vehicle ended up like this but what is certain is they must have been hauling some royal ass to make it this far into the yard. On it's side. After seeing that someone wasn't trapped in the vehicle or clutching a head wound while staggering away from the wreck I decided it would in no way be unethical to take a picture. Although the expression on the police officers face as he watched me probably would have been more newsworthy. I thought he was going to issue me a citation for simply living.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Monday, March 16, 2009

What Dreams May Come

I'm sure I will regret this post but last week I had the most bizarre and vivid dreams which included, but is not limited to, the following moments:

1. Seth Rogen told me I had beautiful toes.

2. Gas prices skyrocketed to $15.65 per gallon.

3. My mom purchased the home next to Rob Lowe and he had a clear unobstructed view of our sauna.

5. I was back at Bible camp where a disgruntled camper shouted, "Surfers don't eat Marie Callendar's!". I don't know any surfers who can confirm this statement.

6. Ellen Page dropped out of Home Ec once she learned I was enrolled.

7. During a chance encounter with Steven Spielberg I confessed I didn't care for his movies much. He didn't seem very phased.

8. All my teeth fell out. Probably in protest to my lack of interest to Spielberg films.

9. I swam with Tiger Sharks and Great Whites in Mexico. Thanks Eric.

10. I was attacked by aforementioned Tiger Sharks and Great Whites in Mexico.

11. I got the word "Muscle" tattooed on my wrist. I was filled with regret.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Philosophy 101

Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar...

I just finished reading this book and I couldn't recommend it more. It breaks down all categories and subcategories of philosophy through jokes. Hilarious jokes. Politically incorrect jokes. Dirty jokes. It's all covered within these printed pages. So if you ever find yourself thrown into a conversation about Metaphysics you'll be amply prepared.