Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Oh My!



A Wizard of Oz image created from the prose of the first 11 chapters of the book.



My jaw. It be on the floor. Link.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

The Saddest Handjob in America


That's some funny shite right there.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Separated at birth?


If "Same Difference" ever gets made into a movie, I think Nancy needs to be played by Charlyne Yi. What do you guys think?

Monday, October 13, 2008

IHOP and America



Back from Korea! It was a fun trip as always. I've still got tons more pics to put up which I will get to when I've recovered a little bit from my jetlag.

I feel silly putting up these silly little comics when the country is spiraling into a black hole. Besides the economic meltdown, I noticed that the #1 movie in America when I came back was an extended Taco Bell commercial. (Yes, I'm talking about the Chihuahua movie.) Sometimes I really have to wonder if I belong in this country... Oh well, at least Obama is up in the polls. Not that I think Obama is God's gift to humanity like a lot of people I know (yay, another religious center-straddler from the two party monarchy -- wow, big change), but I'd rather lose a testicle to a paper shredder than vote for McBush and his Trophy Moose Huntress.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Dae~han Minguk!

Hey y'all, coming atcha from the muthaland! Here're some pics I took today.




Right now I'm chillin' in Hongdae, the area around Hongik University. There's always something happening here. Like a random taekwondo demonstration for example.


Korea's got everything you could ever want. Looking for a hole? Korea's got you covered. "Don't who the A hole" indeed.


If you find yourself in Seoul, and you're of the arty persuasion, you really shouldn't miss out on Hongdae. The place is riddled with artists and musicians. Unsurprisingly, I happen to come on a day when a street art fair was being held. There was tons of neat one-of-a-kind, hand-made items being peddled.


All these shoes and hats were individually hand-decorated. No two were the same.




This lady didn't want me to photograph her awesome wares for some reason. Fortunately for me, my Korean wasn't good enough to understand what she was saying until after I took the pic. Ignorance wins again.


I don't know what the heck this was all about, but it certainly looked cool.








Even the signs holding the flyers were lovingly hand crafted. I love you, Korea.




Korean hipsters getting ready to rock out.


My favorite thing about this band is how every member looks like they came from a completely different band.




If my dick looked like that after I put on a condom, I'd probably have my own children's show by now.


Entrance to Hongik University.


College kids playing a giant game of jump rope. How cool is this university?


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Friday, October 3, 2008

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Wednesday, October 1, 2008