Friday, December 25, 2009


i went ride with a few fellas a few weeks ago and jason comes rolling up to the born loser`s abode on this sweetheart. i felt like a midget sitting on this long ride. he`s stoked.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Artistic and Beautiful.............What Is Art?

This video shows the winner of " Ukraine’s Got Talent", Kseniya Simonova, 24, drawing a series of pictures on an illuminated sand table showing how ordinary people were affected by the German invasion during World War II. Her talent, which admittedly is a strange one, is mesmeric to watch.

The images, projected onto a large screen, moved many in the audience to tears, and she won the top prize of about £75,000.

She begins by creating a scene showing a couple sitting holding hands on a bench under a starry sky, but then warplanes appear and the happy scene is obliterated.

It is replaced by a woman’s face crying, but then a baby arrives and the woman smiles again. Once again war returns and Miss Simonova throws the sand into chaos from which a young woman’s face appears.

She quickly becomes an old widow, her face wrinkled and sad, before the image turns into a monument to an Unknown Soldier.

This outdoor scene becomes framed by a window as if the viewer is looking out on the monument from within a house.

In the final scene, a mother and child appear inside and a man standing outside, with his hands pressed against the glass, saying goodbye.

The "Great Patriotic War", as it is called in Ukraine , resulted in one in four of the population being killed with eight to 11 million deaths out of a population of 42 million.

Kseniya Simonova says:
"I find it difficult enough to create art using paper and pencils or paintbrushes, but using sand and fingers is beyond me. The art, especially when the war is used as the subject matter, even brings some audience members to tears. And there’s surely no bigger compliment."

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

I dunno?

i`m looking for a star hub 21`` wheel ................ any for sale? not perfect show quality but i also don`t want to get tetanus from looking at it. thank you.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

don`t be a pussy, just sign the petition. you won`t be called on to do anything or give any of your hard-earned money....just read it and sign.

LOS ANGELES- In 1969, when the 49-year-old underground poet and columnist
Charles Bukowski quit his job at the Terminal Annex postal sorting facility,
he was one step ahead of a pink slip. Offered $100 a month by an editor who
believed in his work, Bukowski took the leap to become a professional
writer, and in just a few weeks produced his first novel, the
autobiographical "Post Office."

Bukowski never held a day job again. He would go on to write six more
novels, the screenplay to "Barfly" and thousands of poems, and to find
international acclaim as one of the truly distinctive voices of Los Angeles
literature. Although he died in 1994, his literary output continues with
posthumous anthologies, and he is widely known among American booksellers as
the most shoplifted author on their shelves.

In 2006, Bukowski's archives were acquired by the Huntington Library, and in
2008 the modest East Hollywood cottage where he wrote "Post Office" was
named one of the Historic-Cultural Monuments of the City of Los Angeles.

But one perfectly apt honor still eludes Bukowski: shouldn't the second most
famous American postal worker after Benjamin Franklin have his own postage

Richard Schave and Kim Cooper of the L.A.-based literary bus tour company
Esotouric think so, and have launched a petition asking the Citizens Stamp
Advisory Committee
to consider recommending that a commemorative Bukowski
stamp be released on the 20th anniversary of his death (March 9, 2014).

Esotouric's celebrations of Bukowski's life and work include the bus tour
"Haunts of A Dirty Old Man: Charles Bukowski's LA" (next scheduled on April
24), working on the campaign to have his home landmarked, and inviting
journalist Marco Mannone to host a Bukowski Salon at the October 2009
Downtown LA Art Walk. They also spearheaded the successful campaign to have
the corner of Fifth and Grand, at the LA Central Library, designated John
Square, after the writer who Bukowski called "my God."

The online Charles Bukowski Stamp Petition will remain active until March 1,
2010, when it will be printed out and submitted to the Citizens Stamp
Advisory Committee, the volunteer group that advises the postal service on
appropriate choices for commemorative stamps.

To view or sign the petition, please visit:

Tuesday, December 1, 2009