Thursday, June 30, 2011

Tired Of It.

I'm not sure if my grandma is just old and senile, or if she's just stupid and blaming it on being old and senile.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Camping. (PIX) 3

"But O, how bitter a think it is to look into happiness through another mans eyes." - William Shakespeare

Camping. (PIX) 2

"Roses are red, violets are blue. I'm schizophrenic, and so am I." - Oscar Levant

Camping. (PIX) 1

"When negativity surrounds, I know some day it'll all turn around. Because all my life I've been waiting for, I've been praying for, for the people to say that we don't wanna fight no more. There'll be no more wars, and our children will play." - Matisyahu One Day

Monday, June 20, 2011

Bloop. (PIX)

"Smash an hourglass, grab the sand, take his hands and cup 'em. Spit a rhyme to freeze the clock, take the hands of time and cuff 'em." - Eminem Cinderella Man

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Hayvenhurst. (PIX)

"When I admire the wonders of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in the worship of the creator." - Mohandas Gandhi

Monday, June 13, 2011

Colors. (PIX)

"I'd rather be anything but ordinary please." - Avril Lavigne Anything But Ordinary

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Fat VS. Tobacco?

"I was at this meal, and it came up that one of the people was a smoker. And somebody else at the table started hectoring them about 'what's the matter with you, don't you know how bad it is for you, it'll do this, that, and the other to you and you really should stop.' And the smoker, rather than saying 'fuck you!' you know, 'mind your business!' Which I think is the appropriate response, was abashed and defensive. 'Oh I tried to quit and yeah, I'm gonna try again and yeah you're right,' and so on. At that same table there was a quite large woman, and I was wondering, what if this guy, instead of confronting the smoker had said to the large woman, 'what's the matter with you, you fat pig? Don't you know how dangerous it is to be overweight? Stop eating, and don't you dare get dessert! and what's the matter with you?' right? Same logic; I'd be hard-pressed to find a distinction between the two. So now one is socially acceptable (to hector smokers) but the other isn't quite, yet. So the question is, at what point will it become acceptable to publicly hector fat people in the way that the smokers are publicly hectored?" - Jacob Sullum (editor of Reason Magazine, 2004)