Wednesday, May 30, 2007


Let's just say this is going to be one of the weirdest auctions you'll probably ever see.

Over 1,800 of Michael Jackson's items and items of his siblings, mementoes, and other strange items (like a deed to Neverland Ranch) will be auctioned off tomorrow at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas.

I'm partial to items #73 and 75 - Orange/maroon bellbottoms and blue/green bellbottoms - or item #610, Latoya's percocet pill bottle, or best of all, Item #1379, a NAACP Medal of Freedom for Joe Jackson (given to him in between whuppin's).

I do not see a listing for Bubbles, though. Although I'm intrigued by item #1737, an autographed 12 * 14 photo of.....Billy Ray Cyrus?

Hat tip to The Las Vegas Blog.

It's close to midnight and something evils lurking in the dark
Under the moonlight you see a sight that almost stops your heart
You try to scream but terror takes the sound before you make it
You start to freeze as horror looks you right between the eyes,
Youre paralyzed

You hear the door slam and realize theres nowhere left to run
You feel the cold hand and wonder if you'll ever see the sun
You close your eyes and hope that this is just imagination
But all the while you hear the creature creepin up
You're out of time

Theyre out to get you, there's demons closing in on every side
They will possess you unless you change the number on your dial
Now is the time for you and I to cuddle close together
All thru the night Ill save you from the terror on the screen,
I'll make you see

Darkness falls across the land
The midnite hour is close at hand
Creatures crawl in search of blood
To terrorize y'alls neighbourhood
And whosoever shall be found
Without the soul for getting down
Must stand and face the hounds of hell
And rot inside a corpses shell

The foulest stench is in the air
The funk of forty thousand years
And grizzy ghouls from every tomb
Are closing in to seal your doom
And though you fight to stay alive
Your body starts to shiver
For no mere mortal can resist
The evil of the thriller

That this is thriller, thriller night
cause I can thrill you more than any ghost would dare to try
Girl, this is thriller, thriller night
So let me hold you tight and share a killer, diller, chiller
Thriller here tonight

Cause this is thriller, thriller night
And no ones gonna save you from the beast about to strike
know its thriller, thriller night
Youre fighting for your life inside a killer, thriller

Cause this is thriller, thriller night
There aint no second chance against the thing with forty eyes
You know its thriller, thriller night
Youre fighting for your life inside of killer, thriller tonight

I ain't sayin she's a gold digga....

At least they are open about it.

The Rich Guys Trophy Wife Speed Date Tour kicks off in Atlanta.

15 cities, including New York, DC, Miami, and of course, Las Vegas.

Apparently, Atlanta gets to be the guinea pig for this little adventure. $50 for ladies, $500 for the guys with a guaranteed seat for $10,000.


Written in the AJC, because apparently it is a slow news day for them too.

Georgia's just Super-Duper

Georgia moves primary to Feb. 5

That makes Georgia the 15th state to decide to hold its primary on that date - nine months before the general election.

In other leapfrogging news, Florida will now have its primary on Jan. 29, the same day as South Carolina. It seems to be a move that would favor any Southern candidate.

Gee, I wonder who might benefit....... (was going to post that news, but got beat to it)

Weekend in review

Things have started to cool down a bit after New Orleans, registration, and three days solo with kiddies. It's a good thing, since I think I was on the verge of a complete and total breakdown. Not that I'm too far away from it now.......

Saturday and Sunday were very dull days. The highlight was going out Sunday for a picnic at Kennesaw National Park, where we tried our best to wear Alex out completely so he would sleep late on Monday. Didn't work, as he woke up at 6:30 AM on the holiday. Thank God for Clifford and Sesame Street.

Monday involved trying to work the barbecue without anything or anyone catching on fire. Mission accomplished, and after steaks, hot dogs, and smoked sausages, we were quite satisfied with the new mini-grill.

And that's it. With class starting and all the other stuff we've had it's time to cut back on some things for a little while. No travel, nothing extraneous, no additions to the poker bankroll (which at this point is nonexistant anyway after cashouts) for a while. It's probably better that way for a little while, considering how the first part of the year has seemed so hectic, stressful, and crazy.

It'll be a nice, boring summer. Then again, it can't be too boring with these guys running around.

Yes, those are Nemo beads. He picked them out himself. He was very proud of them. He'll probably bring them for Show and Tell to show off to everyone.

Friday, May 25, 2007

Spam Trek

I'm not in the mood to write much today, so we'll just have a fun mashup today. Have a good weekend.

Knights of the Star Trek Table

The crew of the starship Enterprise perform a rousing rendition of the Monty Python classic in this inspired mashup.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Best of Both Worlds

Well, the draft sure worked well in terms of local benefit and karmic payback!

Portland and Seattle get the top two picks, with Atlanta moving up to third. If Atlanta had been 4th, the pick would have gone to Phoenix as part of the Joe Johnson deal - it was only top-3 protected this year. In addition, the Hawks get the 11th pick from the Pacers thanks to the Al Harrington deal because the Pacers did not move up.

Good for Seattle, as Kevin Durant (assuming that's the pick) would help tremendously. Good for Portland, for actually giving a damn last year and not being the Jail Blazers anymore.

Right now, the Hawks have no pick next year. But two picks in the top 11 this year is a nice little bit of compensation. I'm hoping the #3 pick is Mike Conley, Jr. from Ohio State, so that the Hawks can finally HAVE A POINT GUARD!!!!!!! As for the #11 pick, I have no idea.

Last, for fans of the Grizzlies, Celtics, and Bucks: This is what you deserve for tanking the end of the season. Serves you right.

Now go get your shinebox.

UPDATE: Again, Celtics fans, the tanking and the fans' erstwhile endorement of it made this inevitable. Shut up and stop whining. You get what you give. Jeez.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

One last trip note

The price of gas went up 23 cents from Thursday through yesterday, finally topping $3. It's ranging here from 3.06 to 3.35.

I'm thinking most of you feel like this picture too.

H/t to Cowboy Poker for the picture.

Playing Tag Again

OK, here goes, the latest meme (whatever happened to chain letter?):

7 Things About Me You Might Not Know

1) I had my first drink at 15 when I went to the local bar with my father. It was a Budweiser. Thankfully, my tastes in alcohol have improved since then. Besides, if you're going to learn how to drink, it's probably best someone who knows how to drink does the teaching. Plus, I got to see numbers and football picks get run from the Irish bar to local "benefactors".

2) I almost never came to Atlanta. My last two picks were Emory and NYU, so I almost stayed in New York for college. Things would have been quite different if I'd stayed in New York.

3) Unlike a lot of other people, I did not play poker in college. I've actually only been playing about 4 years by now.

4) Growing up, I wanted to be a policeman or a lawyer, because I had people that stepped in as substitute parents in a way and one was a policeman (and my confirmation sponsor) and one was a lawyer (who helped out a lot in high school after my mother died). Of course, I ended up becoming neither and I'm now stuck in a craptastic job. Yippee.

5) I almost transferred from Emory three times. The only time it almost actually happened, though, was toward the end of my sophomore year, when I almost transferred to Loyola University in New Orleans. I just realized this weekend that first visit to New Orleans took place over ten years ago, so I guess the love affair with the city has been going for a while.

6) I have never lived outside of Eastern Time. I've lived in New York, then Atlanta, Long Island, Decatur (GA), Brooklyn, and back to Atlanta. I didn't really decide to make Atlanta living permanent until the end of 1998, as I had a rough summer in New York - crappy work, broke up with my then-girlfriend, broke my hand, weird Goth-y roommates, got mugged, and just didn't really have fun that summer. I think that's what made me decide it was time to leave New York for good.

7) I have traveled over 40,000 miles for my fraternity activities. I've been to five national conventions all over the country (Minneapolis, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Denver, and Louisville), and a whole bunch of other conferences. I've presented and taught workshops and worked with chapters in 13 different states, from Georgia to New York to Texas to California. Through my life, I've been to 20% of the counties in the United States (and if you want to find out how many you've done, click here.)

Well, that covers me. I hereby tag CrankyCon and GSB.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Recapping the wild ride

This was probably one of the strangest, wildest, most stressful trips I've ever done.

Considering all the long or extended or crazy trips I've taken in the past, that's saying something.


Arrived late Thursday and, after dinner with the family and checking into the room with the very nice river view, I finally arrived in the poker room around 10:00. I signed up for the $65 satellite and took my seat. It's pretty fast paced, as the starting stack is only 800 chips. I did pretty well, up to a point, where I made an absolutely horrid call with K-Q (having hit top pair on the flop) into someone's turned set to decimate my stack. I stuck around for a while but fell out in third when I had to push as an ultra-shorty with j-9 against 4-2 - and of course, the 4 came on the turn to send me away in 3rd.

At least it was better than last year's satellite showing.

Afterwards, I did the same thing as last year - head to my fun little 3-6 table, bought in for 20 BB, and saw it had gotten fairly wild.

Here's one example:

I am in the BB. Seat next to me puts in a straddle. It's raised around the table (I get out of the way) and capped, pre-flop, with five players in for $15 ALREADY.

Eventually, it's a three-way showdown for an $200+ pot. The guy who put out the straddle shows his pocket kings. Another player mucks. The third shows the hand he called and raised all the way through..........


With a Ten on the flop, Nine on the Turn, and a Seven on the River.

Knowing I was surrounded by that sort of donkery suddenly relaxed me quite a bit. Straddle guy wasn't too happy, and left immediately in disgust.

I stuck at the table for about two hours, and finished up 18 BB's. Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiice way to start. The table was getting a little small and a lot tighter, and I decided I'd move from 3-6 LHE to 1-2 NLHE and see how well I could do there.

Max buy in was 200 but I bought in for half, as I do a lot online. ON THE VERY FIRST HAND, I look down to see two black aces. Uh oh. I really, really don't want to be a push-monkey on the first hand, but I don't want to get sucked out by slow-playing aces, either.

One other player bumps it to $22. It's folded around, and I think he'll call if I push, even on the first hand, preflop. So, I take a deep breath and shove them all in. I get the call I want, and he flips up A-K (no pocket pair!) The aces hold up, and I get a quick double up.

I stayed in for another hour or so, and head upstairs around 3:30 up 1.5 buy-ins from 1-2, and up 200 for Day 1. Not too shabby.


Here's where bad things started happening.

I entered another $65 satellite that morning, to try one last time to enter the $550 event at noon. I only lasted to 7th when my shorty push with K-rag ran into pocket queens.

Lunch was awful, as Alex decided to take the non-listening to another level by climbing on and through the fences on the RiverWalk balcony. After ignoring our first few requests to get off to avoid falling down to the walk below or into the river, it finally got to the point of having to take him, end lunch, and carry him all the way back to the room for an immediate nap.

It's not fun lugging a 40-lb child a half-mile through a mall back to a hotel. He did go down for the nap, though, so he would be somewhat refreshed to go to his cousins' house.

After seeing everyone else off for the party, I dialed in to check my work voice-mail and see if I had any good news regarding the position I interviewed for on Monday.

Turns out, I got a message from the recruiter.

Turns out, I wasn't getting the position. No real reasons given in the voice-mail.

At this point, I should have cancelled the rest of the plans I had and done absolutely NOTHING, thanks to an EV in the gutter. I was still up about 130 at this point.


I donked off about 40 that afternoon in various settings, mostly poker and slots. I also tried going for a very long walk through the Quarter. It didn't help much.

After dinner at the Gumbo Shop, I attempted to go back to the 1-2 NLHE table since the room had cleared out from being so crowded from the circuit event earlier.

A new table opened up, and ten of us were seated. I bought in for a full buy-in this time, with it being brand new and all. I started moving up slowly, and was up about a quarter of a buy-in when it became obvious it was time to pack up (because the tilt hadn't completely f-ed e up yet).

Hand #1: I've got pocket 9's which had already been nice to me earlier in the session and the night before. I mis-played it and it cost me about 1/3 of my total stack. I just could not get a read on the guy, and misplayed my card to the point where it was obvious I'd missed the flop (which had an Ace and King on it). Just awful play by me.

Hand #2: Not as much my fault. I get A-Q in middle position, and raise it up, getting one caller. The board pairs my Ace on the flop, and I fire, getting a call. The turn puts a flush draw out there. I fire again, getting another call. The river makes a possible flush if he has the cards. I check it - and so does he. He got runner-runner to make his flush after calling the flop raise with nothing.

As it's time for another dealer change and table rake, I rack up and leave down another 70. At this point, I am up a total of approximately $20.


None. That's right, I quit. I decided I was facing too much negative tilt and that it was best to avoid the tables. We went to the aquarium, and Reginelli's for dinner. We drove by Tipitina's, around 7:30, and the line was already around the block. Heard the Fats Domino show went great - it was his first back in New Orleans. We got back to the hotel and took Alex on the streetcar up and down the riverwalk.


Leave New Orleans around 1, after taking everyone on the ferry to Algiers. Arrive home at 11 Central Time - Midnight eastern. 10 hours taken for a normally 7.5 hour trip.

Thank God I had today off. Even with the day off I don't think I've drained off all of the tilt.

Maybe this weekend will help. I don't think, though, that I will be taking on any long trips in the near future. Maybe when the kids are a bit older, but not anytime soon.

Picture post to follow later this week.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Cajun Car Ride

Well, come on ev'rybody
Take a trip with me
Well, down the Mississippi
Down to New Orleans
They got the honeysuckle bloomin
On the honeysuckle vine
And a-love is a-bloomin there
All-a the time
You know ev'ry Southern Belle
Is a Mississippi Queen
Down the Mississippi
Down in New Orleans
Well, come on take a stroll
Down to Basin Street
Yeah, listen to the music
With the Dixieland beat
A-where the magnolia blossoms
Fill the Air
Yeah, You ain't been to heaven
Till you been down there

Well, it's almost time to pack up and head out on the road.

Just in the last hour or so, I've gotten a bit more excited about heading out.

Thankfully, I do not have much more to do at work. Hopefully, I can finish mowing and packing and get to sleep at a decent hour so that an early departure is possible.

I'm hoping to arrive at the Hilton/Harrah's in the late afternoon and play in a satellite tomorrow night to win my way into the Circuit event beginning Friday afternoon.

If not, well, I can always do like last year and rip up the cash tables. Hopefully, I can pocket 7 BB's per hour again like I did last year.

Beyond that, not quite sure. A ferry tour and an aquarium visit are in store at some point, and possibly a visit to Tipitina's if I cash very strongly - because, well, you don't get many chances to see Fats Domino anymore.

I'll probably post during the weekend, in between hands, trips, and other debauchery. We'll see. But if I happen to run into anyone who you would recognize, I'm sure there will be something here.

In the meantime....stay classy.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Are you sure it's not April Fools' Day?

If this is the hottest around, then my taste in women has dropped significantly.

Lindsey Lohan Tops Maxim "Hot 100"

Apparently we've gone from heroin chic to cocaine chic.

The rankings of the next few were Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Biel, Ali Larter, Eva Mendes, Rihanna, Eva Longoria, Fergie, Sienna Miller, Angelina Jolie, Beyonce Knowles and Katherine Heigl. I'm somewhat sure all of them should be ranked ahead - I'm not completely sure because I don't know who Ali Larter is.


Monday, May 14, 2007

What Color is Your Brain?

Your Brain is Red

Of all the brain types, yours is the most impulsive.
If you think it, you do it. And you can get the bug to pursue almost any passion.
Your thoughts are big and bold. Your mind has no inhibitions.

You tend to spend a lot of time thinking about love, your dreams, and distant places.

Hunting trip

If you've watched Insomniac back when it was on a few years ago, you might remember Dave Attell riding with the Jefferson County police to hunt nutria.

They are like beavers, except not nearly as cute or helpful to the environment.

Told ya. Not cute. At all.

Read more about Jefferson Parish's solution of the last ten years - shooting every one they see.

The money quote:

"The Sheriff's Office has eradicated 14,437 nutria since the snipers picked up their rifles, including about 412 this year, according to statistics provided by the department. "

Only in New Orleans, folks.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Almost no turning back

I got a bit of good news yesterday.

Apparently, I managed to appear halfway competent through first and second interviews, and have been scheduled for a final interview for a position within the Bank to take place Monday morning.

It's a big step up for me, if I can secure it. Hopefully, I will not screw it up too badly. It'll be a lot more research-intensive and travel-intensive, with up to 40-50% in DC and NYC and nowhere else.

Unfortunately, this is where one point of our personnel policy is a bit troublesome. If you are interviewing for another position within the company, you are required to inform your manager before the final interview takes place, so that references and performance can be checked and verified. It's not the case for external positions, only internal ones.

I got the callback for the final interview yesterday, so that meant I got the pleasure of telling my boss this morning about the other opportunity I was pursuing within the bank. Thankfully, it was taken very well - not in a thank-God-you're-leaving way but a good-luck-with-it-hoping-for-the-best way.

Of course, should an offer arise from another party, that will be a whole different story altogether.

But at least it's now known I'm serious about pursuing something else. I just hopes this ends in a better manner than other pursuits lately (even if this search is still only six weeks old.)

Keep your fingers crossed.

Tuesday, May 08, 2007


Nancy Grace show to end on Court TV

Darn. I mean, she was just a shining beacon of fair and balanced journalism.

I mean, just a shame that her exemplary work isn't better received.


Nah. Must be an exception to the rule, right?

Well, that's just two instances, really......

Are you sure it's not just piling on?

Aw, screw it, just mash them all up. At least her idiotic bloviating will be on fewer channels now.

My apologies for blowing out your bandwidth.

OK, not really.

Marine Hymn

Just a re-post of Fred Thompson's latest.

Because it's a pretty good one.

Too bad he wasn't one of the 10 on stage last week. Maybe next time.

Getting back to normal...not in a good way

Man killed, teen wounded in Lower 9th Ward

These stories are getting too damn common again. It's getting to the point now where even I'm starting to worry about all of us heading down there soon, even if it is only for three days.

And if I'm getting worried about it at this point...........that's not good.

Perhaps now is NOT the time to start having Guardsmen leave the city. I don't know what Warren Riley is thinking to say that it is getting better and more under control with regards to crime. I guess only having 2-3 people killed per day is perfectly acceptable.

Why do I have a strange feeling Greensburg, KS will recover quicker now than New Orleans?

It boils down again to a lack of leadership, which still is lacking and may never get fixed. If folks didn't have enough brains to get rid of Nagin and his cronies when they had the chance, then what do you expect?

Perhaps I will feel better about things after next week, but right now, I'm just not feeling it. It's still a glacial pace and a long way to go. I guess I'd hoped that by now there'd be enough of an impetus to make a lot more progress, but it just doesn't feel that way.

Monday, May 07, 2007

Leggo my...Lego

OK, this is pretty damn funny. The Brick Testament? Imagine how much time it would take for over 3,000 separate setups.


And by damn, I mean you might be damned for finding it funny.

So let it be written, so let it be done.

H/t to Katitude.

Oh, what the heck, since I've got the line up top, I'll post a video too since I'm offline the rest of the day. After having to listen to The Memory Remains on the way in to work, this will help drum that piece of crap out of my head.

Peace out.

Latest Straw Poll

Well, better to be one week late than not at all.

Another Primary straw poll posted, so vote early and often (and no, I don't have one for the left side of the aisle).

Fire away.

Getting to know you, getting to know all about you

Because I have a big mouth and I need material, I volunteered to be interviewed by GSB. I gotta say, definitely interesting questions. Probably better than what Craig Kilborn could have come up with.

1) Please name and describe the four P's of the marketing mix, and choose a fifth P that you would consider to be important in your own marketing plan.

Dadgummit, I'm taking the semester off right now, but here goes:

Product - What you sell
Place - Where you sell/how to get the product to the customer
Price - How much you sell it for and making sure you price it right
Promotion - How you let people know what you have for sale and encouraging them to buy it

A fifth "P"? I'll say "People" because without people you won't really be able to accomplish any of the other four items - determing the right price, making the product, promoting the product, or buying the product.

At least, that's what is drilled into our heads here on a daily basis when we aren't passing out printouts telling us ways to save on paper. That's my Dilbert moment of the day.

2) Assess the business, political, and social implications of recent maneuvers by Bank of America to provide credit cards to individuals without government identification (ostensibly, illegal immigrants) and take a position on the increasing consolidation of the finance and banking sectors in the United States.

This is a misnomer, as Bank of America is NOT providing credit cards to individuals without government identification. The program which garned such publicity offers cards to LEGAL immigrants only, with valid and proper identification as listed in federal laws i.e. the Patriot Act.

As for industry consolidation, I don't feel there can be much more beyond this point without a change in federal laws and guidelines. As to purchases up to this point, if a bank was operating in a profitable, serviceable, and admirable position, it wouldn't have been in the position to be bought out/taken over/merged in the first place. Successful banks don't sell themselves out. The removal of weak entities from the marketplace only serves to make the market stronger and laws are in place to keep any bank (Cash, Citi, BAC) from establishing any sort of monopoly power over any specific area. Oligopolistic power isn't even possible among such large entities because of the geographic distribution across the country - it is rare that even two of the megabanks are in the same market, let alone three (New York may be the only one that has all three). There is nothing prohibitive about using any of the megabanks competitors for any product - credit cards, checking accounts, CD's, loans, mortgages, investment accounts - so I do not see consolidation to this point as bad thing, nor do I think it would be bad if such consolidation went even a little further. There is a break point, but I don't think we're anywhere close to it.

3) After you die, you are given a chance to be reborn and chose your gender. Would you be the same sex you are now?

Hm. Tough one. I'd say since I'd already lived a full life as a guy, I'd probably choose the other one. Variety is always interesting. I would probably be a lot more manipulative, too.

4) If you knew that there would be a nuclear war in one week, what would you do?

Move to Aruba or some other tropical isle so that we're not in range of the fallout.

Wait, is this the secret of Lost? Wow. Now I'm free Wednesday nights again. I totally didn't get that from the last few episodes.

5) Fill in the blank: Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox has been known to ________ his wife.

Do the same thing that the Braves have been doing to the Mets this year.

Now, if you want to be interviewed too, here's what ya gotta do:

1. Leave me a comment saying, “Interview me.”
2. I will respond by asking you five questions. I get to pick the questions.
3. You will update your weblog with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in thesame post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.

Friday, May 04, 2007


OK, I'm out of here for a couple days. I'm hitting the road for Columbia, South Carolina this afternoon for an APO LEADS training weekend we've set up.

In the meantime, enjoy the weekend, in one of two ways:

2. Cinco de Mayo, the latest excuse for amateur night at bars everywhere.

Or, enjoy it both ways. Not that there's anything wrong with that.....

Thursday, May 03, 2007

Debatable Drinking Game

Well, the Republican candidates are debating tonight.

What better way to liven it up than to play a drinking game?

Take one drink for any of the following:

"When I'm President..." - gotta start with an easy one, it'll get your buzz going nicely :)

"War on Terror"
"Out-of-Control Spending"
"Cut and Run"
"Cowardly Democrat(s)"
"Judicial Activist"
"Nuclear Proliferation"
"Culture of Corruption"
"Family Values
Anyone goes over their allotted time
Anyone talks about Virginia Tech in ANY regard - media, gun control, doesn't matter
Any camera shot of a Reagan during the debate

Take two drinks for the following:

"Guest Worker"
"Deficit Reduction"
Any blaming of the media - any type (MSM, blogs, nutroots - go for it!)
Any website pimpage by a candidate
Any pimpage of a candidate's military service
"Fair Tax"
Anyone talks about campaign finance reform

Take three drinks:

"Exit Strategy"
"9/11 changed everything"
Anyone makes an accusation to label another candidate a closet liberal

Drain it:

"Reagan mantle"

It's being held at the Ronald Reagan Libraryat 8 PM Eastern.

Keep plenty of supplies handy.

Feel free to add your own special touches. I probably missed a bunch, but it's a good start.

Also being carried online at Politico.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

I hope I'm right

Had an interview today, and it went very well. Was told at the end of it that I'd be invited in for a final interview with the Client Mgr. and BDO, and the interviewer said, in the words of American Idol, "welcome to Hollywood".

We then talked about the show for a minute, making me thankful for probably tohe only time in my life that I was forced to watch the damn show.

I did get asked about last night's show and what I thought would happen. I said Jordin was probably safe because last week's votes were counted, and that the beat-box guy (Blake) was in big trouble.

I'm hoping my evaluation for this position doesn't ride entirely on my evaluation of AI contestants. Unless, of course, I'm completely right, in which case I hope it is!

Tuesday, May 01, 2007


Mashed to Star Wars.

Doo doo do do doo....manamana.