Saturday, March 31, 2007

Erin Go Wireless

So I'm in Dublin, and Ive found that my damn computer wont hook up to wireless. Furthermore Irish keyboards do not provide handy keys such as the apostrophe and the at sign or quotation marks. At least none that I can be bothered to find. howevfer, be pleased to know that I am presently standing in the General Post Office where the Heroes of 1916 were all gunned down for failing to rally a nmation too busy with their morning pint. Awesomely enough there are still bullet holes present on the columns where the English unloaded on the Republicans who were armed with wit and satire.

In the meantime Ill leave you with this portrait of the ever-popular Michael Collins who was known for negotiating an awesome treaty that created almost 60 years of internal conflict in Ireland, and who was also well know for having ill-fitting gloves.


Thursday, March 29, 2007

Liveblogging My Euro trip!

This bescraved and dashing international, jetsetting Man of Mystery will be blogging daily from Europe. First Stop: Dublin! After a Five hour layover in O'Hare, landing in heathrow, a taxi to Euston Station, a Train Ride to HolyheadPhoto 23, and a Ferry Ride CIMG0948.

I should look mighty haggard by the time the ferry docks in Dublin..and Yes, there will be pictures.

Oddly Enough, my Brother who doesn't believe in the magic of mapquest may want to opt for Google Maps and their simple NY to Dublin Directions
I'm especially fond of step # 23 .

Check in Frequently.


Monday, March 26, 2007

Librarians are hiding something!

Less than five minutes ago, Stephen Colbert and a guy from the EFF essentially dared Bloggers to break copyright by using the Quote "Librarians are hiding something.". Let's indulge him and Proliferate the phrase! Link up, Blog about it, whatever it takes.
EFF and Colbert Nation, forever!

Sunday, March 25, 2007

The Ancient Book of Myth and War is HERE!


Last night I went to one of the best art openings i've been to in a while. Endlessly better than the Mark Ryden clusterfuck, THE ANCIENT BOOK OF MYTH AND WAR which I blogged about in OCTOBER of last year, is the collective work of PIXAR artists:

Scott Morse

Lou Romano

Don Shank


Nate Wragg

I had to haul my ass all the way to ALHAMBRA where I was extremely pleased with the manner that the Nucleus Gallery had set up the whole shebang. My friend, Jenifer bought an original piece by Scott Morse and I went Zany on the prints, buying four by Scott Morse and Two by Nate Wragg. The ABOMAW is an incredible exhibit, and a worthwhile jaunt to Alhabra. If however you can't seem to make it there, I highly reccomend you order the book on Amazon. It is some astounding artistic evidence that PIXAR is the preeminent source of animation and home to some of the finest artists around.

Monday, March 19, 2007

A Real American Hero


My Friend Mac is awesome. He has taken it upon himself to cast The GI JOE Movie that will be produced by Lorenzo DiBonaventura after the Transformers Movie. A few odd choices for sure, but all rather sound I think. However I have to express my own distress at the omission of SERPENTOR. To be played by Ralph Fiennes. (Pronounced RAIF FNZ)




Erin Go Bears!

On Behalf of Myself, King Brian, and the Little People, we'd like to thank you all for coming to our St. Patrick's Day/ Housewarming and eating EVERYTHING , then drinking in a progressively more sloppy fashion to the point where my floors are still sticky even after three goes at it with the mop. It was, and is our pleasure to host such an excellent band of vagabonds and ne'er do wells. And why "Erin Go Bears!" well I counted eleven UNC Bears at this to-do. Quite the showing of Greeality in LALAWOOD.

Enjoy some pictures ON FLICKR!

Friday, March 16, 2007

Holy McPoop O'Turdley! Tis TIME!

So, I'm throwing a party at the new pad. You'll get the whole treatment in time. But For the now, Here's some Irish History.


Monday, March 05, 2007

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