Just a thought.


And it shall begin…
June 19, 2007, 7:18 am
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The Banatao Retreats have a way of lighting a fire under my butt. I love it and it makes me want to grunt HOO HAH. What is my profession? Definitely not a potter.



I would cut my hand off and outfit it with a chainsaw
June 14, 2007, 7:33 am
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The situation is tense.

The madman who invented the bestselling Nintendo DS game, Brain Age, has inadvertently created an unstoppable zombie generation made up of upper middle class children and young adults. Armed with lightning fast arithmetic skills and photographic memory, these zombies are nerdy, but they are still slow and it has been confirmed they will die if one shoots them in the head or groin. Actually, reports say one just has to challenge them to a game of Wii Sports because zombies suck at moving around.

Fight with chainsaws and shotguns, and insult their specialized knowledge in something nobody really cares about. Looks like this Zombie Armageddon needs to bring it to my house. Actually, I’d rather not.

Because then I’d make like hockey sticks, and get the puck out.



Cuts that I Crip My Walk to…
June 11, 2007, 4:53 pm
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psst click for the sounds of the city



I’m being spied on.
June 5, 2007, 9:28 pm
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IndieClick effectively targets the seventy-five million savvy young Americans, 16-34, who spend in excess of $200 billion each year on DVDs, CDs, iTunes, clothing, music, shoes, magazines, books, movie tickets, accessories, beverages, food, liquor, cigarettes, autos, bicycles, iPods, travel and more.

Our Audience: Demographics

Age: 16-34
750 million impressions each month
28 million uniques
65% male
Avg hh income $72K
18% own a mac
68% college student or graduate
Avg purchase 6 CDs and 5 DVDs each month
Download 13 songs online each month
Avg 10-15 hours television each week
Avg 19.5 hours online each week
Member of 3 community sites each
Three apparel purchases online each month
View 3-7 new movies each month
89% Trillian, Skype, AIM, Yahoo IM, and MSN IM messaging
Average Influence: 6.8 purchasers



I’m being spied on.
June 5, 2007, 9:28 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized

IndieClick effectively targets the seventy-five million savvy young Americans, 16-34, who spend in excess of $200 billion each year on DVDs, CDs, iTunes, clothing, music, shoes, magazines, books, movie tickets, accessories, beverages, food, liquor, cigarettes, autos, bicycles, iPods, travel and more.

Our Audience: Demographics

Age: 16-34
750 million impressions each month
28 million uniques
65% male
Avg hh income $72K
18% own a mac
68% college student or graduate
Avg purchase 6 CDs and 5 DVDs each month
Download 13 songs online each month
Avg 10-15 hours television each week
Avg 19.5 hours online each week
Member of 3 community sites each
Three apparel purchases online each month
View 3-7 new movies each month
89% Trillian, Skype, AIM, Yahoo IM, and MSN IM messaging
Average Influence: 6.8 purchasers



Photos
June 5, 2007, 8:17 pm
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I think high contrast digital photos look good because online photos in context always have a background, something framing it. Therefore, these high-contrast (or shadowy) photos always look more realistic, like a bright room leaking light into dark outer world framed by the borders of your pictures. It could be the generic white background when you put a search query in Google Images, or it could be the classier white background with subtle gray fonts of Flickr. It could just be a window when you click it on your desktop, or it could be your profile picture on Facebook. It makes me just want to reach into the picture.



Get Knocked Up
June 5, 2007, 6:20 pm
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Everybody who cares about someday looking back and remembering the good times needs to go see “Knocked Up.” It’s going to preserve everything that we now live with and just how much life has changed because of that. It’s also a really nice and heartwarming story. I think the best description I’ve seen online is that it’s the best date movie. True that.

“Do you want to do it doggie style?”
“You’re not going to fuck me like a dog.”
“It’s doggie style. It’s a style, doesn’t mean you’re a dog. We don’t have to go outside or anything.”