Monday, 31 October 2011

TELL EM IM HERE

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Are you ready for 2012?

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I conjure orbs

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With absolutely no training or real physical preparation of any kind my good friend Bradley is biking roughly 3,000 km from Burlington, Ontario to San Antonio, Texas. A destination chosen at random probably. Either or he's doing it, camping in graveyards, shitty weather, border complications; aint shit to this dude. So sick.

Follow his trip here and donate some money to prostrate cancer research.

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Snack attack

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A Prozzie Dog

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Dumb & Dumber

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A precarious situation

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I used to see this dog all the time, just chilling on this scooter by himself. Then months later I met the owner at a bar, asked about the dog and the dude wanted to stab me with a pen. Great dog though.

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Less uncommon than you think

DIE AWAY FROM ME

Friday, 28 October 2011

CRACK JOKES, SPIT, POP MAD SHIT

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Inner City Camping

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Suburban Camping

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Jimmy got Lewis'ed for life.

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Tyson gets wet!

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100 Massey use to have Haircut Parties

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Silhouette of a Bonita

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Gothika is the best barefoot skateboarder of our time.

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Son of Sheffey

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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Monday, 24 October 2011

ALL GOOD PEOPLE READ GOOD BOOKS

Nick Genova & Paul Liliani's entry for Kingshit's Connect The Dots 2011 Contest pocketed them some loot for Most Creative entry. They should have won it.

If you click the hyperlink below I'm sure you'll agree.

JIGSAW

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

I DON'T WANT TO BE A MOVIE STAR, I DON'T WANT TO DRIVE NO FANCY CAR



Following the general Toronto mode of copying New York fashion and bullshit hipster trends, this week the lifestyle criddling even expanded to protesting, with the initiation of Occupy Toronto.

Generally I would be all for this, however, walking past Occupy Toronto everyday on my way home from work, seeing the Tent City erected and the crowd that has gathered, it's really just protesting for protesting's sake. It's the most cliched people ever; girls with blonde dreads that look like Aliens/Predators, skids, pachouli kids, that one guy with the staff doing some weird interpretative karate dance thing. It's basically just a little Raver Village. Listening to their "mic checks" filled me with an overwhelming source of second hand embarrassment for all 80 or so involved. The whole vibe comes off like a Matrix trilogy themed LARP game.

There is no initiatives being presented. They're 3 blocks east of the banks, they're disrupting very little if anything, and worst of all not bringing any issues to the general public to rally around or support. The members of Raver Village are only concerned with maintaining Raver Village, having a medic, toiletries, snacks provided, etc. The whole thing is redundant. It's almost like they're just first year poli sci students that saw an opportunity to go camping.

It's nice to show to support for the massively needed protests in New York, but such a half-assed, useless "protest" in Toronto almost takes away from the movement of serious, open discussion of the issues effecting the 99%, especially when the criticism of this whole Occupy movement is focused on those protesting being 'disheartened teenagers'. Which is ironically 99% of the current Occupy Toronto.

Thursday, 13 October 2011

CULT SHIT

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Get stoked..

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

THUGGIN' TILL THE CASKET DIPS



So the media blackout on Occupy Wall Street is coming back to bite corporate interest in the ass and when it reaches it's boiling point it's probably going to get ugly. A reaction that is probably 10 years overdue.

In this clip Kevin O'Leary takes his asshole personality to a CBC news show, embarrassing Canadians and adults alike, acting like a child, conducting the interview completely ignorantly and unprofessionally, the benefit of which is to have him expose what a dunce he is, as well as showing how media savvy people are nowadays with their airtime, due to the American style of "news commentators". Chris Hedges is on point and ready for this Tourette's style of "journalism".

#OccupyWallStreet seems like perfect timing for Ron Paul, who's also experiencing his own media blackout in the Republican candidate race, as he has been raising many of the same major issues as the protestors for the past few years. How Obama avoids any real heat is beyond me. Wall Street paved his way to the White House. The dude's foremost solution to fix the economy was to fix roads.. Seriously? Roads? Construction workers are going to reinvigorate your country's massively fucked up and outsourced manufacturing sector? There is obviously no easy solution to the trappings of the U.S. service based economy, and unless the Chinese are in dire straights of mail order McDonald's, Obama is going to have to put in some actual work and flex some muscle.

Either dismantle Wall Street or dismantle your massive military, you broke asses can't afford both running you into the ground forever.

Monday, 10 October 2011

Thursday, 6 October 2011

BUT A DOG IS A DOG IS A DOG

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Onterrible, Yours to Discover.

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Gothing out my kit.

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I hate wallride spots.

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In these modern times, everyone can appreciate interpretative dance.

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Peek-A-Boo Bolivian!

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DJ Kuba or a contribution to SETI?

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

PATIENCE IS A VIRTUE