Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Worst Nightmare Realized

I wrote this about a week ago but decided not to post it 'cause it was so nightmareish. But now I've decided to post it, 'cause I feel like my fellow Jordan Catalano fans have a right to know. I realize that Jordan, eh, I mean Jared gained all this poundage a while ago, but the question of the day is: Has he shrunk back to his old self...his Jordan Catalano self? Is there anyone else out there as disturbed by this photo as I am? Prolly not. This photo rocked my world, people, rocked it.

Oh no oh no oh no oh no. Can this be? Yeah, I'll give you a second to process this one while I pray for this photo to turn out to be a digitally enhanced fake. Oh gosh, Jared Leto (aka Jordan Catalano) has become morbidly obese. And for what, Jared, for what? Some lame-o movie? Jared, I, along with countless other girls who attended high school during the mid-nineties were already in love with you even though you couldn't f'ing read. You didn't have to go and gain all that extra poundage in order to prove yourself. This is truly my worst nightmare realized. How will I sleep tonight?

As a memento of better days...

Friday, December 26, 2008

Maya's Tribute to Joy







**Disclaimer: No baby girls were injured during the making of this tribute.**

Sunday, December 14, 2008

PVC Pipe and Duck Sauce

I was able to check out a new art exhibit by Dan Steinhilber at the BY's MOA the other day. I was lovin' the exhibit so much that I decided to put my cell phone to good use and take some shots of some of my favorite pieces. I wanted to take a picture of this one piece that involved packaging peanuts and vornado fans, but a female security guard caught me and kindly asked me to knock it off before I had a chance. Ah well. I really enjoyed the exhibit. You should go and check it out. It's free!

A sink, clamps, and PVC pipe. They actually had water running in the sink.


This one's called Duck Sauce

Here's a close-up of the duck sauce packets...Panda Express would be my guess...

Ummm, not sure what makes up the whole of this one, but it looks pretty rad.

Garbage bags. If this wasn't taken with a cell phone, you could probably see the trash can resting at top. Nice.


This one isn't Steinhilber's, but I really like it all the same.

Hey, Hey It's Knishmas!

Click here for a good time. Trust me.

Thursday, December 11, 2008


Thought you may be in need of this today. Man, I tell you, just watching this gives me a renewed hope in humanity.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Just gearing up...

for an all-nighter.

Cross your fingers for me. Please.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

I Heart Ruth.

Over time, the world has collected a number of different symbols that would best represent the spirit of Christmas. There’s mistletoe and holly, thought of as a plant of peace, harmony, and love. You can find a gargantuan arrangement of poinsettias, symbolic of the Star of Bethlehem, in my parent’s living room. We have the candy cane, which resembles a shepherd’s staff when looked at with the crook on top. Then there’s the familiar symbol of Santa Claus and, of course, the Christmas tree is there to help us get into the spirit of the season. But a few days ago, I came across a very unfamiliar symbol of Christmas. I have no idea what this symbol represents nor do I have any clue from whence it came. In fact, this mysterious symbol has left me feeling a little unsettled ever since I laid eyes on it. I discovered this piece of work while passing through Ruth and Phil’s living room the other day. It can be found resting just below the aforementioned gargantuan arrangement of poinsettias. Can someone please help me out? What is the meaning of this? Is this some kind of joke? Is this Christmas?

Better View of the Temple

Johnny sent me the photos he took in Mesa a few weeks ago. Thanks John! These shots are much better than the ones I initially posted and show a much better view of the temple. Isn't it beautiful?