Christmas is at the door.
I miss BLOCKBUSTER. Damn you Netflix.
Probably, the better you are at video games, the worse you are at life.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN !
Some advice from A Walk on the Wild Side : Never play cards with a man called Doc; Never eat at a place called Mom’s; and never sleep with a woman whose troubles are worse than your own.
So what’s the story here?
Picture Perfect. I like the Corvette out front.
Maybe you need to come up with a plan. Here is the one the Wright Brothers started with.
A man goes on a journey; or, a stranger comes into town.
I’m thinking of doing something different; it’s what I do best.
Alice Cooper’s “Poison” is playing.
98;96;97 Good morning. Thinking about American ingenuity.
Fall is the in the AIR.
BOND: Who would spend 1 million to kill me? M: Jealous husbands. Outraged chefs. Humiliated tailors. The list is endless!
you can surf later.
How awesome is Jack Spade? Yes, please!
STEVE MCQUEEN. The highest paid actor in the world looking pretty fuckin relaxed in the back of $200 pick-up truck.
July was a very good month; it always is. I can’t believe it is August already. It’s about this time that I start to feel summer has opened the door and is on the way out. How is your list of summer goals?
“One must maintain a little bittle of summer, even in the middle of winter.” ― Henry David Thoreau
A very clever sign for your barn: “SEIZE THE HAY”
Good morning America, Happy birthday, how are you? Don’t you know me, I’m your native son.
So, done anything creative lately?
.arts and crafts home California. “…arts and crafts was more than a period, it was also a mindset - devoted to the honesty of craftsmanship, simplicity in design, and the joys of nature.” - Sherwin Williams. Sounds great; still, Craftsman homes are not for everyone. In the second season of Entourage, Vince decided against a 1mil L.A. Craftsman. He was supported by Turtle and...
.easy like sunday morning.
.In need of a summer getaway.
People just aren’t into vans anymore.
Happy 4th of July ! ! When you read “Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” this summer, you will discover that Presidents Thomas Jefferson and John Adams both died on the same day - July 4th. This is truth not fiction. The two presidents died of old age, not vampires, and President John Adams last words were, “Thomas Jefferson survives.” He didnt. He had actually...
Well, what a bright idea. True, not all of us can have libraries in our homes. But anyone can add personality to a bookcase by painting its back panel a sunny yellow color. The sky is the limit.
“A door is what a dog is perpetually on the wrong side of.” -Ogden Nash
It’s Canada Day; a fine excuse to take the day off! Have you seen the recently released film Madagascar 3? It has a great quote about working two weeks of the year: “the Canadian work ethic”. But seriously, have a drink for the great Dominion of Canada today. Their wines no longer taste “foxy” (a term which refers to the unpleasantly sharp smell of a fox’s wet...
“I love subplot. I love extra rabbit holes you can go down.” -Kevin Costner. Esquire Magazine
John Kennedy Jr. would hum the Rolling Stones song “Star, Star” when he felt someone was interested in him solely because of his celebrity status. Do you know the lyrics to that one?
Penny-Pincher Prep. “I got a job there [Brooks Brothers], totally for the discount. The best place to buy their stuff, though, is at the Salvation Army. Old men die and their fifty Brooks Brothers shirts sell for ninety-nine cents apiece.” *Nick Waterhouse. GQ Mag.
Stephen King named this gem as one of the books that influenced him most as a kid. Perhaps memories of it inspired “Christine” ?
Never weather-beaten sail more willing bent to shore.
Mad Men and Jaguar. I liked the story arc far more when Don and Joanie were buying one of these than when she was a prostitute for the company.
MIND. ________ MATTER.
President Franklin Roosevelt had an order that any citizen who telephoned the White House in distress must be able to speak to someone in the administration. They were not to be turned away. This brought him the most remarkable correspondence in Presidential history. One (depression era) note ran: Dear Mr. President: This is just to tell you that everything is all right now. The man you sent...
Sail in good company. A boat is a bad place to have a falling out.
Where are you going? It’s Sunday morning.