Thursday, July 31, 2008


when spencer and I went to murros students art show, we saw this one painting one of his kids did. It reminded me of tim and eric soo much, we had to take a picture.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008


I was checking the blog of the guy who draws for spongebob, and saw this picture.. I think its amazing. All of his drawings are really funny/disturbing/weird. Check his blog out, his pictures are awesome

A Crack Up At The Race Riot

I knew when I bought this book I should have bought another copy. I bought it for I think either 12$ or 20$ Im not sure. Look how much the buy it now price is... CRAZY. Its a good book though, I really enjoyed it.

2 Boot Militia 7inches on Ebay

First I want to say I think this is awesome, that someone in japan actually got a hold of our self released 7inch. The cool thing about the red vinyl 7inch is that the label never does split releases, but he liked our band so much he made an exception. We're the only split 7inch on DIM Records (Templars). DIM is a huge Oi!/Street Punk label in Germany, he loved our 7inch asked if he could have 200, we only had 150 left, he took them all, sold them on his site and to distributors. In return for giving him the records, he released our next release " Bare Knuckle Oi!" that was a split with The Siege. I still think its awesome. Also found our really really REALLY shitty demo we recorded in 99'. We played together for about 2 weeks, I wrote all the music, and we went into the studio with a drummer who was just learning how to play. Sorry for these sloppy tunes.

3 songs from: Boot Militia- Sound Of the Streets Demo 99'

wow, found some old reviews:
Demo review
BOOT MILITIA are a new skinhead band from Washington DC who just released a 5-song demo. They've got a typical US Oi-core sound, which is pretty rare these days. The recording quality could be better, it the tape is an excellent introduction to the band. If you're interested in a copy of the demo or want more info on the band, contact or check out

7inch review
, the Washington-based skinhead band which we mentioned a couple of months ago regarding the demo they had put out, have now released a 4-song 7". The first song is a cover - with changed lyrics - of "Pulling on the boots", known from the Romper Stomper soundtrack. Then you get a slower song, a tribute to Vietnam Veterans. Side B is a lot more powerful again with faster and angrier songs and the last one "Menace to sobriety" kicks ass! There were 500 copies pressed, 400 on black vinyl and 100 limited to WHITE vinyl. Available for $4 (USA), and $5 (R.O.W.) from the band at Adam G., 1900 F. Street NW Room #408, Washington DC 20006, U.S.A. or from Vulture Rock.

(They think we're from washington cause our singer was in school down there while we were playing, and he had all the merch and made all the connections from his dorm)

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

small update (LAME UPDATE)

still have a lot of leaks at the course, this is a picture of our pump house, nothing cool, just where we have to get all the fixing crap from.
this is a picture of a board that someone used to mark the hot water(H) and cold water (C). If you look real close you can see what I added in the middle to finish it off.

Thanks for lieing

this is the worse fortune I ever got, plus this isnt a fortune. The night I got this thing i had the worse sleep.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Airwolf (VNES)

how is that an airwolf? first its one of the worse games I've ever played, second the picture is awesome.

Tim and Eric Promo contest

one of these should have won

Thursday, July 24, 2008

smackson 7 (FNN)

back in the dizay, I was doing a rebellious thing, before google was big I would use yahoo and type in wacky things, one time I typed in Freak Farm, and a website came up by the same name. It was an awesome site, had a bunch of funny videos and gnarly prank calls.. Then the site got shut down, and FNN (freakfarm news network) started doing a new site called Tshirt Hell. I would contact them and always say please repost the videos, and about 6 months ago, they did thank the lord. posted them all on youtube.

best prank call

figure skater

its the sports network? yea

i did say president you asshole

best ones

Truck for sale

spencer and I drove up to bryons (monkey wrench records) house to pick up some more CDs and on the way there, saw this hot truck for sale. Look at whats written on the door, I think if I had the money, I would buy it just for that reason.
Dick Rips Towing

post 300

thank you msn paint

Monday, July 21, 2008

Jumpercable in the works

Jumpercable/Hoodratz split 7inch (100%confirmed)
Jumperbeds/Deathcable split 7inch (75% confirmed)
Jumpercable/Mad Splatter Halloween split 7inch (50% confirmed)

we're looking to go back into the studio in early August with Claycreek again to record the hoodratz split, I think we might goto Red Planet to record the Deathbeds split, and the Mad Splatter split is either going to be Gradwell House or Claycreek. Im kinda souped for the Hoodratz and Deathbeds split, we wrote a doom song for the deathbeds split and I think its gnarly. We're going to try to fit 4 to 5 songs on the hoodratz split, I hope they will fit, they're hot hype songs. Well thats it, looking for a place to press shirts while Bowes is away, but you cant get the quality, or size of print like he does... stinks he wont be back till october.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

If I was a kid.....

I always say "If I was a kid I would love this" when I see something I would have loved if I was younger. But honestly... IF I WAS A KID I would love this. They give you some paper and some color pencils, you draw a monster and make alittle story, then they actually make the monster in to a stuffed toy for you. I think its pretty righteous.
$249 is worth it, if they get this back in stock, Im most def doing this for my nephew.

I hate this?

i dont know if I hate this or love this..

Friday, July 18, 2008

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Played Yoshies Cookie

an old snes game, I played it at the new nerd palace on a 52 inch TV. I actually liked it, I hate when people say stuff like " this band sounds like ICP... ON CRACK!" but its like a "cell phone puzzle game"... ON CRACK!

July 17th #6 Green Damage

we get like driving over the green, now stop doing it. Not as much damage as yesterday, but still a pain in the ass to deal with.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Damage hole #6 July 16th 2008

someone drove up onto the green with their car, and drove around the flag... neat

hydraulic leak

we use this new hydraulic oil, its kinda like what piebald uses in its tour van, its all filtered vegetable oil. Its so thick it acts like normal ground killing hydraulic fluid, but this dont kill no grass son! Just leaves a grease streak (like a homeless guys underwear) that will be there for awhile.

Got a letter yesterday

from someone I havent talked to in a really really long time. It was nice to read all the old inside jokes we had, and just see something from her. I honestly miss her alot, but life sucks.. then you dye.... your hair (revlon should use that). 27, Im a failure
shawn gorman racist candle selection

feel like dog dirt

Thursday Diet

Friday, July 11, 2008

Seinfeld Fake Movie List (STOLEN) [if bored read]

Rochelle, Rochelle

Rochelle, Rochelle is a film referenced many times during the series. Like other films referenced by the show, it is never shown, but characters are portrayed watching it. The dialogue indicates it is an erotic romance "about life, love, and becoming a woman", evidenced by the movie's tagline, "A young girl's strange, erotic journey from Milan to Minsk." George calls Rochelle Rochelle "A foreign movie...a film, is what it is" ("The Smelly Car"). Susan Ross notes that it contains "a lot of nudity." Rochelle, Rochelle is supposedly intended to be a movie whose only positive aspect is its nudity. According to reactions to the movie throughout the series, the plot is completely unbearable, but is still revered because of its nudity. This is affirmed in "The Movie" when Elaine remarked, "Men will sit through the most boring pointless movie if there's the slightest chance a woman will take her top off."

The film is first referenced in "The Movie," when George goes to see Rochelle, Rochelle instead of watching Checkmate (see below). Jerry and Elaine end up in the same theater. After watching the film for only a few minutes, the trio discover each other after hearing one another's audible disgust. Indifferent to the audience, they yell out how bad the movie is and then all three walk out. During this scene several bits of dialogue are heard from the movie (with Larry David voicing the role of a man convincing Rochelle to undress). It is learned that Rochelle resides in Milan and is visiting relatives in Minsk. According to a preview overheard in the episode, The Village Voice called the film "a masterpiece."

The movie is mentioned again in "The Smelly Car," when George tries to hide from Susan the fact that he rented the movie, embarrassed to let her know that he watches movies for the nudity (though he asserts that it's not frontal, but "sidal" nudity).

The sixth-season episode "The Understudy" features a Broadway musical adaptation of Rochelle, Rochelle starring Bette Midler, who appears in the episode as herself. She also sings a song with the lyrics "Rochelle Rochelle". At the end of the episode, the understudy is seen performing the title number (sample lyric: "Oh, it's been a long journey from Milan to Minsk, Rochelle, Rochelle!").

Rochelle, Rochelle was referenced again in Larry David's show Curb Your Enthusiasm as a motion picture.

David further referenced "Rochelle, Rochelle" in a print advertisement for American Express, where he lists the movie, including the tagline "the story of a young girl's journey from Milan to Minsk," as his "favorite in-flight movie."

Prognosis Negative

Prognosis Negative is another film mentioned in the dialogue of several episodes, and in at least one episode a movie poster for it is visible. Such fictional works were a recurring gag in the series, but Prognosis Negative had its roots in an actual screenplay written by Seinfeld co-creator Larry David in the 1980s. It was never produced.[1]

In the episode "The Dog", Elaine wants to see Prognosis Negative with Jerry, and thus refuses to see it with George when Jerry cannot go because of the dog he is petsitting. Jerry eventually sees it with George while Elaine watches the dog, only to find out that the movie is terrible. Jerry does not tell Elaine that he saw the movie without her and is forced to go see it again with her. Later, in the episode The Junior Mint, Elaine states that her friend has "prognosis negative" after surgery.

According to the 'Notes About Nothing' on the Seinfeld DVD release, Prognosis Negative is an unproduced screenplay written by Larry David about a man who receives a negative result on a medical test, which he mistakenly believes to be bad.[citation needed] (This is actually referenced in the Seinfeld episode The Pilot, Part 2, when George breaks down after hearing that the test results for the possibly cancerous white spot on his lip came out negative, only to be corrected by the doctor on the other end.)

Robert Weide, who directed the faux documentary which would become the beginning of Curb Your Enthusiasm, met Larry David through his screenplay for Prognosis Negative.[1]

Sack Lunch

Sack Lunch is a film discussed in the episode "The English Patient." It is released the same day as The English Patient, a movie for which Elaine develops an intense dislike. Elaine's desire to see Sack Lunch is ignored by her boyfriend, who insists on seeing The English Patient. Elaine later goes to see Sack Lunch alone, but is spotted and scoffed at by her boyfriend. Afterward, Elaine is delighted to hear Sack Lunch announced as the in-flight movie on her trip to Tunisia. However, a group of disaffected Dominican Marxist crêpe rollers hijack the plane in an attempt to redirect it to Cuba, and demand that the captain turn off the in-flight movie. One of the burning questions that bothers Elaine is whether the people on the poster for the movie got shrunk down or are in a giant sack.

The film is apparently supposed to be a reference to light, escapist comedies that have large commercial appeal despite critical responses that are mediocre at best (as opposed to movies like The English Patient, which earn much critical acclaim and Oscar nominations, but find little popularity among the general populace).

Dabney Coleman is mentioned as the star of Sack Lunch.


Chunnel is a film mentioned in the episode "The Pool Guy." Elaine, Jerry and Susan watch the movie together in the episode; Jerry and Elaine's noisy discussion about the plot, which Jerry finds difficult to follow, ultimately causes Susan to break off the friendship she had just formed with Elaine. From what little is heard of the movie's content, the plot appears to involve an explosion in the Channel Tunnel which causes its evacuation. Larry David can be heard saying the line, "Everybody out of the Chunnel!" according to the DVD Commentary on the Seinfeld Season 7 Episode "The Pool Guy".

Writer David Mandel states that the plot of Chunnel involves the President's daughter being trapped in the 'Chunnel' between England and France. An exchange between a fictional President of the United States and a presidential advisor can additionally be heard: "Mr. President, your daughter is in the Chunnel". The tagline of the film was "Chunnel: 32 Miles of Hell". The portions of the movie that are seen in "The Pool Guy" are from The American President as Seinfeld needed to use Castle Rock film footage.

The film is mentioned later in the same season in "The Cadillac, Part 1," when Kramer remarks that it is airing on HBO that evening.


George sees Blimp: The Hindenburg Story ("The Puerto Rican Day") and gets a laugh by shouting out "That's gotta hurt!" as the LZ 129 Hindenburg explodes. Later, while stuck in traffic, he goes to see it again with hope of more laughter; however, his plan was thwarted by a fellow moviegoer who used a laser pointer to make fun of the film.

Hindenburg was in fact a rigid airship, not a blimp (a non-rigid airship).


CheckMate is a film at the center of the plot of "The Movie", ostensibly about chess and intrigue. Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer all try to meet up to see the movie together, but because of a series of problems, three of the four, independently, find themselves watching Rochelle, Rochelle instead. The movie poster for the film is visible in the episode.

Larry David voices a role in the film, parts of which are overheard when the characters are in the movie theater:

Larry David: I didn't know you enjoyed chess, your majesty.
King: Why wouldn't I?
Larry David: Because the king is always in jeopardy.
King: Yes, but it's only a game!
Larry David: (suspiciously) Yes, of course...only a game.

Films referred to by Kramer in "The Pool Guy"

In the episode "The Pool Guy," Kramer gets a new phone number that differs by a single digit from the number for Moviefone. He begins answering the wrong numbers intended for Moviefone and looking up movies for people. Among the films he references:

  • Agent Zero: This film was also referred to in another NBC sitcom of the time, NewsRadio, where Andy Dick's character describes it to a co-worker played by Phil Hartman through a series of sound effects. Agent Zero derives its name from a screenplay Seinfeld writer David Mandel always wanted to write.
  • Brown-Eyed Girl (a reference to the song "Brown Eyed Girl" by Van Morrison)
  • Chow Fun: Elaine calls to find out what time it will be showing.
  • Cupid's Rifle
  • Firestorm (also mentioned in "The Rye" and "The Engagement"): Jerry discusses the movie with a friend, commenting that at one point, Harrison Ford "jumped out of the plane and was shooting back up at them while he was falling." His friend references an "underwater escape." According to the father of Susan Ross, in one scene of the movie, a helicopter lands on top of a car. He calls the film, "a hell of a picture". Immediately after Mr. Ross speaks about this scene, an angry Frank Costanza loudly admonishes Mr. Ross for 'spoiling it for me'. (Note: There was later a real action movie with this title starring Howie Long.) This movie was also mentioned in an episode of the Irish sitcom Father Ted.
  • Mountain High: An R-Rated film starring Kevin Bacon and Susan Sarandon. Kramer reads its tagline from the newspaper: "There's no higher place than Mountain High."

In addition, George calls to find out when Chunnel is being shown (see above).

Films bootlegged in "The Little Kicks"

In "The Little Kicks," Jerry is roped into a bootlegging venture for Brody, a friend of Kramer.

  • Death Blow: When Jerry realizes that Brody is bootlegging the movie, he asks to talk to Kramer outside of the theater. While outside, Jerry and Kramer hear a loud explosion, which prompts Kramer to exclaim, "Ah man, we're missin' the death blow!" Jerry bootlegs this movie and becomes a bootlegging legend for his excellent work in recording it. According to overheard dialogue, there is a character in the film named "Death Blow." An offhand comment by Kramer reveals that there is a Hawaiian man who may have received "the final Death Blow" because Kramer believed "he really had it comin'." Kramer delivers the tagline in this episode: "Death Blow: When someone tries to blow you up, not because of who you are, but for different reasons altogether!" Apparently, it also contains a scene in which an unnamed antagonist and the titular character "meet again."
  • Cry, Cry Again: Described by Brody as "an arty movie," Jerry refuses to record a bootleg copy, and Kramer is forced to do it. The film probably takes place at least in part in Paris, as a view of the Eiffel Tower is shown near the end (this scene is from a real movie - Forget Paris). However, the rest of the bootlegged copy is taped over by Elaine who wished to see how bad her dancing was. Jerry says that in one scene, a character is "trying to buy back a loaf of his soul," symbolized by a loaf of bread. Jerry tries to explain Elaine's dancing on the tape by saying "You cry, then you see the dancer, and you cry again."

Vincent's Picks

In the episode, "The Comeback", Elaine rents several movies, fictitious and otherwise, recommended by the adolescent video store employee Vincent. Vincent's choices include:

  • The Pain and the Yearning: A 192-minute fictitious film, whose plot is simply "An old woman experiences pain and yearning." Elaine passes over this film to see Weekend at Bernie's II.
  • Betrayed: An actual film that Vincent recommends after Elaine opted to see Weekend at Bernie's II.

Other films

  • Blame it on the Rain ("The Calzone"): Elaine and her date Todd Gack are forced to see this movie when Means to an End (see below) is sold out. (Possibly a reference to the song of the same title by Milli Vanilli.)
  • Cold Fusion ("The Bizarro Jerry"): Jerry mentions plans to see this film with Kramer, who is unable to go because of a long day "working" at Brandt and Leland.
  • Means to an End ("The Calzone"): Even though it is sold out, Jerry's beautiful girlfriend Nikki manages to get two tickets to see this movie.
  • The Muted Heart ("The Engagement"): Stars Glenn Close and Sally Field. George would like to see Firestorm, but due to his recent engagement with Susan Ross, he is forced to see this film instead.
  • The Other Side of Darkness ("The Comeback"): A direct-to-video release about a female coma victim and her husband, played "unforgettabl[y]" by Eric Roberts. The film is longer than two hours and concludes with the coma victim regaining consciousness. Kramer rents this movie and subsequently visits a lawyer to deal with the possibility of himself being in a coma.
  • Ponce De Leon: Elaine and George see this film together in "The Dog" instead of Prognosis Negative. In "The Movie," they discuss the film; George liked it, while Elaine hated it. The film concerns the Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de León and his mythical search for the Fountain of Youth. One scene that especially got to George is when Ponce De Leon and his crew splash around in a supposed Fountain of Youth, only to realize that it didn't work when he goes to the mirror. This film is also referenced in Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm. In the Curb episode "The End", Larry claims to have written a screenplay about Ponce De Leon.
  • Flaming Globes of Sigmund ("The Heart Attack"): Jerry dreams about a scene from a sci-fi film while sleeping and wakes to scribble the line "Like flaming globes of Sigmund" down on a piece of paper because he thinks it's funny. He spends the rest of the episode trying to figure out what he wrote. The episode ends with Jerry turning on the TV to find Flaming Globes of Sigmund on with Larry David voicing the dialogue "It's just as you prophesied. The planets of our solar system, incinerating. Like flaming globes, Sigmond. Like flaming globes. Ah, ha, ha, ha..". In the series, it is unclear what the actual title of the fictional film is, as it is never stated—however Larry Charles confirms it as the title in the DVD commentary.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

not a fun w(L)ee(a)k.

So far this week I've fixed one leak a day, and on tuesday I fixed two. This leak today was the mother of all mothers. Not only was it a T, Not only did it have a million wires we had to watch out for while digging, Not only was it right off a main line shut off box, it was also UNDER THE CART PATH. After sledging the asphalt away we start digging. We clear it out, get all the wires exposed so we dont hit them. Then something neat happened, we started putting it together I noticed the pipe from the main shut off valve was loose, I shook it, and It came right out... how that wasnt leaking, I'll never know. When I tried to put the pipe back in, it was higher then the other pipes. It was loose so it could be angled down towards the other two lower pipes, who would be so lazy (besides myself) to do that, and have the risk of it leaking?. So we had to take two 22 degree elbows to get the angel level with the other pipes. It worked out fine.. but man... talk about suck-fest 08

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Saturday, July 5, 2008

reading my posts..


Saturdays (why Im lame)

On saturday at my job I come into work early and cut greens, when Im done greens I check on the workers progress, then I come back to the shop and read blogs..LOSER! I read three blogs

FirstOffDecals Blog
Kali Fontecchio Blog
John K Blog

Gee town got me in to the two artist blogs, and I really enjoy how they analyze older drawings, and update their own. Im not a prolific artist, but I respect the art, of art. So I checked the blogs like I always do, no update from firstoff, john K update was really good talking about storyboards and how to make them, and the Kali blog had an update of some new drawings, and her new hairstyle. There is something about this girl, and her art... both are amazing


Driving in to work at 4:30am, and I saw what the new Harrahs Waterfront Tower looks like at night/early morning. Its really eye catching (for lack of better words). The entire building displays light shows, moving images, and harrah's advertisements. Check it one night/morning.

Thursday, July 3, 2008


when I leave work, I try to snap pictures of people as I drive by, either old people, people on bikes, or people walking dogs, whoever.. this is the only photo that I took that came out. just like lebanon

Wednesday, July 2, 2008


I bought the ultra rare wes eisold book "deathbeds" for 102$. Its my money, I'll buy what I want. I doubt I'll read it, probly save it, and when Im broke and down on my luck sell it. Thats two rare books I have. The other one is "A Crack up at the race riot" by harmony korine. I bought it for 12$ when it first came out. You cant buy it new for less then 100$ bucks. The problem with that is, I read it twice, let people borrow it, and its not in tip top shape. whatever it was a good book.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008


the leak is at the T, you can see it coming out. The T goes to female piece that the swing joint screws onto, on the other side is a quick coupler we dont use anymore, so it was an easy fix to just eliminate the quick coupler and us a female coupler to attach right to the pipe supplying the water. easy.

13 18 Green

course is looking gnarly right now, some heat damage, some fairy ring, brown patch, dollar spot, and anthracnos, but the course is still looking the best for this time of year. 13 usually looks horrible (first pic) but I mean look at it.. straight up gnar.