Friday, March 27, 2009

Robbie Sell vs. Sean Tedore

See who wins the fight here.

american muscle

1979 Pontiac catalog

Tops off ready for summer. The US automakers would still be on top if they were putting out this.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Cold War Kids in Mammoth 3/28

This guy and and his band are playing the Roxy Chicken Jam this year up in Mammoth.

1168 pages (pTm I read it so you don't have to)

In the Spring of 2000, my new friend at the time Tim (check out his band here, they are touring right now), suggested I read the Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. I was living in Mammoth at the time and had nothing to do but shred and read. So I read it and really enjoyed it. Totally entertaining. It instantly became my favorite book. As the years went on, I read We the Living and Anthem. For Ayn Rand, these were pretty short in length. Basically I found myself staring down the barrel of an epic novel to complete this author's fictional works save for Night of January 16th. I'm not exactly sure when, but my wife bought me Atlas Shrugged. Quite possibly, she gave it to me nearly two years ago. I put it aside for awhile, but then slowly started reading it. I'm pretty sure I lugged it to Austria with me a couple of times, up to NorCal, and of course to Mammoth a lot! In fact on two separate occasions it was the topic of conversations with house guests up there. Funny thing about this book, I don't know too many guys that rave about it, but every girl whom I have met that has read the book, loves it.

Anyway, so the book is done. I finished it yesterday and I'm stoked. The majority of my reading, was done in the past 5 months (since I've been unemployed). I found it crazy how similar the current economic state reflects the economic state in the book. I guess I wasn't the only one to draw this parallel.

I've recently been told, that Hollywood is making a movie out of Atlas Shrugged. I'm going to assume it will be a little more edgy than this

Gone are the days of the face slapping ladies?

Friday, March 20, 2009

saucy jack quesadilla

the first time I heard this song was with my buddy gonz. we were in a del taco drive thru and sang saucy jack instead of smash it up. all of the parts to this song are amazing, I'm almost tempted to say at very least, this video is as good as the song. the white make up is so on point.

Spring Begins

"It is not death that we wish to avoid, but life we wish to live." -This is John Galt Speaking

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Everything turned green

I whipped up the goods for St. Patrick's Day. I even tried my hand at baking cupcakes (what a pain in the ass). However, the end product of Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes was worth the struggle. Somehow I failed to take photos of the corned beef and cabbage.

Green Beer of course.

The original car bombs to wash down the cupcakes.


So, I haven't posted much lately, I guess I've been out livin'. The wife and I went on a mystery trip to the land of the LDS. It's some high desert living on the other side. I had the chance to meet two police officers and one drug sniffing dog. It was awesome. I mean who doesn't like to meet a new dog?

The State

Matt Beringer lives in Utah, this must be his neighborhood. It was nice to see something familiar.

A young married couple in love. I assume they dropped out of school and followed their hearts.

Monday, March 2, 2009