smoke signals - flashing mirrors - messages in bottles - carrier pigeons - flags in the air - hoofbeats on the ground

Monday, September 08, 2008

Good Morning Universe

In just one day the most incredible experiment the world has ever seen is going to take place.

If the experiment is successful the discoveries it makes could change the way we see the world, time, matter, space, the universe!



The CERN Project taking place on the French/Swiss border has emassed a 17-mile long large hadron collider (LHC). Shooting particle beams at speeds beyond light and at temperatures imitating the cold of deep space, the project hopes to reveal some of the building blocks of existence, what they term the "god particle."

The experiment is attempting to replicate the initial reactions after the Big Bang, which for all intents and purposes means we have no clue.

Debate stalled the project several months ago when some physicists argued that their is a possibility of microscopic black holes forming within the Earth. Concurrent experiments absorbing information on dark matter and anti-matter.

For us sci-fi geeks theories surrounding anti-matter suggest that technically the universe should not exists because for all matter their exists anti-matter, which should eliminate matter entirely, but perhaps an anonomoly or phenomena or maybe some goof off's miscalculations or god caused us to be.

Well that can play with all kinds of waxing of theory and philosophy, so instead I will just say:

On September 10th at 2:00PM Central Time the first beam will be fired and can be watched here: http://webcast.cern.ch/.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

I wanted to catch up with you

I was given a job

I work with these people again thanks to Melissa

I took a test

I got locked out of the house

I did not do the cha cha slide

and I taught someone chess

these things also happened

Jessica got this cute dog and he stole my plush bird one night
Mary and Melanie played music at the Gallery Cabaret and I drank too much beer

and it stormed like this:
alright

now leave me alone

Monday, June 30, 2008

bippity boppity

the weekend was burly, wild, and wonderful

hail storms, cool breezes, and some of this on Sunday



then the octopus finally got out today:
I could find no particularly special recipe to make. Octopus just seems to be another substance to cook with. Very yummy though!


I now realized that I like radishes.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Darger

cause Melissa said I couldn't take a picture inside all you get is this:


psst....but she totally did here

Monday, June 23, 2008

onion

this is what you remember to pick up whenever a trip to the city occurs

Sunday, June 22, 2008

I love popcorn

Sunday night Doctor Who catch up



courtesy of the fun pack from people who love popcorn even more then I do Hagio and Deb

Compulove

"OUR" computers hang out on Saturday nights:

Friday, June 20, 2008

Hi You Should Really Watch This Now

uh oh, lets catch up!

June 18th - Brian brings home Koala



June 19th - Brian has surgery








June 20th - skills improve

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Monday, June 16, 2008

monday neck pains

I slept on my neck funny, now I am wearing this for the rest of the day, grr

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Meatloaf Cake

my boyfriend turns baked goods into meaty treats

Saturday, June 14, 2008

central park sketchers

Mark and I get sketched into the pages

Friday, June 13, 2008

Frankie & Turtle

Defenders of sleep time, specializing in monster diplomacy and all seafaring turtle life, alternatively Frankie's platforms make great blunt flogging instrument

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Coptopus

Yay! My very own copy of Coptopus arrived in the mail today with original artwork by the highly talented Collin David. If cephalopod law enforcement does not make you want to start reading comics then you should rethink your life.


give a look at some of his other work, you won't be dissapointed

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Home Shopping Network Model Tryouts #1

Sometimes I find the best costume pieces and Brian is my test model.


He is a good sport,


Sometimes he gets very animated,

Monday, June 09, 2008

Dinner At L-Sro's

like 007 with a spatula and neurosis

I went shooting with Dad

it was not awful



i did not do awful

accept for that little guy



but I wouldnt worry about that little guy

Sunday, June 08, 2008

not jet puff

my nut has been fluffed

or my fluff has been nutted

either way I think I win

Saturday, June 07, 2008

metropolitan male


I am actually just yawning

my haircut was abused by great clips

my shirt is only neon because I read somewhere the 80's were coming back, but did not believe it until I saw this gear in Barcelona

im metropolitan

eat it

Friday, June 06, 2008

oily and dirty


dishwasher and microwavable safe!

Thursday, June 05, 2008

German Folker

We had a very pleasant German musician by the name of Thomas Wissing stay with us this week. Last night he performed at Abbey Pub, he is darn good and does an uncanny impression of Johnny Cash.

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

new secret message pockets

Last night I had a brain surge while buzzing through my latest set of daily blog checks, which was completely unrelated to the development of the secret-message-pockets (available soon at your local Paper Produce Factory, but nonetheless inspired me to get my hands working on something more:



here are some people for us Chicago folk you should all check out Incubate-Chicago.com (artist in residency program), John Campbell (comic/cartoonist recent transplant), Midwest Radical Culture Corridor (I could not even begin to explain all that this movement encompasses, but do not miss the boat - in town this weekend -).

Saturday, May 31, 2008

Mini Hulk vs. The Thing


as refereed by some weird McDonald's character of yor

Friday, May 30, 2008

zombie love

Vagrant Aesthetic grew into a beautiful Joined at the Stitch



and then sent me this awesome bookmark as part of a trade

what should I send?

Thursday, May 29, 2008

happier paper produce

potatoes are creepier when they smile

and they still carry a special message

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

drag race

a show put on every Tuesday outside the bar of Roscoes in which several drag queens race each other down the street for Mac products



there is also a potato sack race

sometimes wonderful things happen

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Old People Dying

Lots of elderly folk live in our building

sometimes they die and leave things behind

sometimes those things get thrown in the trash

and sometimes

just sometimes

they come back



so now I can make it into something new

Monday, May 26, 2008

We Needed Grocery's Today

Caputo's has great produce sales


featured in the photo (starting right to left): 3 Apples, 1 Cantaloupe, 2 Garlic, 1 bag Basmati Brown Rice, 2 Plantains, 1 bottle Cabernet, 5 Peaches, 1 box Capellini, 1 package Linguine, 1 Coconut, 1 Ginger Root

Sunday, May 25, 2008

GQ can make you more European

or so says their summer cocktail suggestions


you can do it

put your back into it

Saturday, May 24, 2008

watch out the pachyderms spray

this is the face my brother makes when we all go to Brookfield Zoo on a nice day

Friday, May 23, 2008

Rub-a-dub

Shower time on a Friday
dont forget your loofah

Thursday, May 22, 2008

You Dont Own Me

Mustache - makes you cooler, saves water, deters bad hygiene



booya

Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Because I watched "How to draw a bunny"

I like to write about things here now cause they are not often seen. They are unnoticed schemes that all ultimately fail. This is great. Today I am starting a library for artists. There is a library somewhere in NY where you can send anything to and they would keep it. I do not know if it even exists anymore, but I thought I would like to have a library also. Then maybe one day I can open a place to store it all. I would be a good librarian and make recommendations and have special selections. I could do research or not. I would keep the works in good condition and maintain integrity at the highest level of librarian levels.

I liked to use things like Craigslist to access people. Artists are out there. They will participate. If you want to participate you can to. Just send me your art in the mail. Real art or take a photo or send a fragment of it or maybe just your name on an empty envelope so someone out there knows you create art. Do whatever you want for security, put no return address, make one up, or find out who I am.



It kind of sucks to document yourself. Buy things, create a cult following, someone make stories about me, us, and canned culture.

We are winning, yes.