Tuesday, September 22, 2009

I had the time of my life

Que divertida!

It's been the ruin of many a poor boy

What song do you suppose this little fella would sing karaoke? My vote goes for "House of the Rising Sun", because its such a fun song to sing.

Los Supersonicos

I really really miss the days of Saturday morning cartoons. Lately, I generally spend Saturday Morning watching the previous nights Bill Maher episode until football starts-- it isn't the same.

Thankfully, this site has a lot of the old cartoons on demand. Did you know the Jetsons in Spanish were "Los Supersonicos" and the Flintstones were "Los Picapiedres"?

One of these days, I will have some of those anti-gravity boots and will walk all over the damned place.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Whales, Meet Sharks

Hey Charlie, here's a very technical diagram that might help explain a few things for you. I know you have trouble with stuff like this.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Golden Apple Fish

Oh Charlie, don't even get me started. I am more than a match for you, fish-wise.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Whatchu gonna do when they claw for you?

Those clams were just the beginning...

Birthday Twins

Alexandra David-NĂ©el and I share the same birthday. Except she was born in 1868 and died in 1969, living to be over 100 years old. I haven't made it that far, yet. But she's my birthday twin, my heroine, and she lived an absolutely incredible life. Here's just a bit of it.

From her official web page:

Her long life was entirely devoted to exploration and study, the two overriding passions that made her unruly in her childhood, rebellious in her adolescence, anarchist in her youth, and one of the wisest "free thinkers" in the 20th century in her old age.

She wrote books and anarchist treatises, studied Eastern philosophy and Tantra and Buddhism, had an opera career, traveled to India, North Africa, Japan and Tibet. Often on foot. And of course, she learned Sanskrit and Tibetan. Not bad for a century.


Vicious Attack Clams

This is the kind of stuff I think about on a daily basis. I think I need more sleep.

Aurora schmaurora

If I had my druthers, and could go anywhere in the world right now I would choose the North Pole.

The Northern Lights are so much more interesting than any TV show or movie, and wow how inspiring!

Finish him! But wait for these lingering words first

The whole Kanye West controversy is relatively ridiculous IMO-- who knew people even cared this deeply about the VMAs.

But, this is just absolutely hilarious.

BTW, you can view almost all the Kanye memes at this location.

Thursday, September 10, 2009


Nanerpuss is a flailing banana on top of delicious pancakes. It also appears to be floating on water and garnished with D&D dice. What could be more delicious?

thanks go out to Michelle for the tip

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Rule # 1

Toucan Sam would crush them all.

Breakfast Giraffe loves breakfast

I can haz syrups with the wafflez?

Monday, September 7, 2009

The Most delicious of them all

Om nom nom

Inside all of us..

After reading this article, I'm more excited than ever about the idea of Where the Wild Things are hitting the big screen. Spike Jonze is a certified genius, and the article really touches well on his ideas of "Wouldn't it be cool if..." that permeates all his films, music videos and advertisements.

This book really affected me as a kid, and I remember it as one of my favorites. The trailer features one of my very favorite Arcade Fire songs off of the Funeral album.

I have a lot of similar ideas to Spike, particularly that "one can skip from fantasy to reality in the conviction that both exist.”, as well as that "there is no difference between childhood and adulthood".

The film comes out October 16th, and it will be one of the few films I see this year in theatres.