Thursday, December 10, 2009
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Alameda is a hot spot for tween couples. If you are in between the ages of twelve and fourteen and are in a serious relationship, Alameda is your hub. Every weekend I see at least thirty to forty prepubescent boys and girls, hanging onto one another for dear life.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Im Batman in this one. I was much scarier than the Christian Bale version. I struck fear in the hearts of all criminals.
Im Spiderman and my bro is the hobo clown. We are showing off the disguises we won at a halloween party. That isn't padding in my costume, I was a ripped 8 year old.
We went for the horror genre that year. And yes, that is real blood on my face. I bit my sister just before the picture.
And of course this awesome Michelangelo costume. It was ten times better than the Kmart plastic mask version. I am trying to slim down so I can wear this again. Those nunchucks were no joke, my dad made them out of pvc pipe connected by a metal chain. I put eight kids in the hospital that night...three of them are still in critical condition.
My Mom went to town that year. She transformed my brother into Frankenstein, my older sister into the card from Alice In Wonderland, and my little sister into a vicious bat.
I remember every year my brother and I used to take down the box of all the halloween costumes my Mom made, and we would mix and match the costumes. We would have Frankenstein pants, Marvin Martian shoes, and a Batman mask and run out to the street to scare the passing cars. It was great fun!
Thanks Mom for all the awesome costumes.
Happy Halloween everyone!
Monday, October 26, 2009
Monday, October 05, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
One of my favorite things is the awkward run in. It is when the walking trajectory of two people match up, they notice it, try to advert the collision, and wind up doing a spastic dance to go around.
Thursday, September 03, 2009
The critics are two mothers who look like they shop in the yarn ball section at Michael's. One in her mid thirties who brought her notes on a folded piece of notebook paper, and the other is a grandmother who held a more professional blue index card.
I wrote down some of my favorite quotes from the show.
After watching a clip of Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist:
Gladis- "I haven't seen the movie, but that looks cute, so maybe I'll see the rest."
On Transformers 2:
Beverly-" Its a big movie with loud explosions and I think Spielberg is the director, or at least he is involved somehow. You can take out all the sexual scenes and it would be much better"
After watching a clip of John Adams: