Archive for July, 2007

It's F**king Hot!!!

July 29, 2007

I’m in LA right now (and was in San Diego earlier). It’s fucking hot!!! My underwear is soaked with sweat. I’ve been busy, so there haven’t been any updates. I’ll have some new stuff posted on Tuesday.
Sorry, but T-shirt of the Week is taking a break this week. It will return next week.

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Nomad: The Warrior

July 25, 2007

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When I first heard about Nomad: The Warrior a little over two years ago, I have to admit to being a bit intrigued. The premise sounded interesting enough, the images I saw looked cool, and I was enough of a fan of cast members Mark Dacascos and Jason Scott Lee that I made a mental note to check it out when it was finally released. I waited and waited, but it was never released, until finally I pretty much forgot about it all together.
But now it has finally arrived on DVD, and I can say without hesitation that the wait was in no way, shape or form worth it, as Nomad: The Warrior is a monumentally disappointing mess. (more…)

Buck Brown: R.I.P.

July 23, 2007

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I first started looking at Playboy magazine for the pictures of naked women. Shortly after that I started looking at it for the cartoons. Perhaps the only thing I loved more than the photos of female flesh were the hilarious cartoons that always seemed infinitely funnier than anything I would see in the newspaper. (more…)

New Projects!!!

July 23, 2007

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This week I’m heading down to Los Angeles and San Diego for Comic-Con. If you’re going to be at Comic-Con, keep your eyes peeled for me—I’ll be the good looking motherfucker wearing a BadAzz MoFo t-shirt. I’m not setting up at the show, but I will be around all day Friday and Saturday, and most likely part of Thursday. (more…)

BadAzz MoFo's T-shirt of the Week: WEEK #7

July 22, 2007

tsotw-button-3b.jpgSome people believe you can tell a lot about a person by the shoes they wear. I believe you can tell more about a person by the t-shirts they have worn. This is the story of my life, as told by the t-shirts I have worn. (more…)

The Broken Furnace

July 18, 2007

The following is a true story. I wrote this several years ago when I went home to Connecticut. My grandfather was very ill, and I knew it would be the last time I would see him. In an effort to cope with the emotions I was dealing with, I wrote everything down. The result is the following story, which up until now has only be read by three people. (more…)

Ace in the Hole

July 17, 2007

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By the time he made 1951’s Ace in the Hole director Billy Wilder had already earned his reputation as a cynical filmmaker. Three of Wilder’s earlier films—Double Indemnity, The Lost Weekend and Sunset Boulevard—had already firmly established the director as someone who was interested in showing the darker side of humanity. And while those films certainly were dark explorations of desire, greed and excess, all were merely test-runs for what was to be considered Wilder’s most cynical work, as well as one of the most pessimistic films of all time. (more…)

Words to Live By

July 16, 2007

tubman.jpgI had reasoned this out in my mind, there was one of two things I had a right to, liberty or death; if I could not have one, I would have the other. – Harriet Tubman

How I Spent My Summer Vacation

July 15, 2007

I recently volunteered to be a counselor at the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s summer camp for kids. This post details some of that experience. Some names have been changed.dw-camp-3a.jpg (more…)

T-Shirt of the Week: Week #6

July 15, 2007

tsotw-button-1.jpgSome people believe you can tell a lot about a person by the shoes they wear. I believe you can tell more about a person by the t-shirts they have worn. This is the story of my life, as told by the t-shirts I have worn. (more…)