10th August 2011

BUNKO AND THE VERY DEAD FISH
Bunko is…
a. absorbing the final memory of the dead fish so that she can figure out who killed him. She will absolutely be seeking vengeance.
b. thinking that she just found herself some lunch!
c. trying to figure out why her magic touch has not transformed the fish into a cupcake.
d. all of the above.
Answer: Obviously “D”. 
Tip: To see the dead fish in all it’s mummified glory click through to the hi-res version! BUNKO AND THE VERY DEAD FISH
Bunko is…
a. absorbing the final memory of the dead fish so that she can figure out who killed him. She will absolutely be seeking vengeance.
b. thinking that she just found herself some lunch!
c. trying to figure out why her magic touch has not transformed the fish into a cupcake.
d. all of the above.
Answer: Obviously “D”. 
Tip: To see the dead fish in all it’s mummified glory click through to the hi-res version!

BUNKO AND THE VERY DEAD FISH

Bunko is…

a. absorbing the final memory of the dead fish so that she can figure out who killed him. She will absolutely be seeking vengeance.

b. thinking that she just found herself some lunch!

c. trying to figure out why her magic touch has not transformed the fish into a cupcake.

d. all of the above.

Answer: Obviously “D”. 

Tip: To see the dead fish in all it’s mummified glory click through to the hi-res version!

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24th July 2011

MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - “BURLY BEARDED BOY”
I liked this one best because it’s the first collage I’ve probably made since I constructed Optimus Prime out of macaroni and buttons in Kindergarten. In case you can’t tell, the boy’s beard is composed of forty-seven carefully placed colored pencil shavings of various widths and colors. My final step was to stick a big ol’ piece of tape over em’ to keep em’ all in place.
Also, I like that I accomplished my goal of “buying a thing from a guy”.
my daily journal thing MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - “BURLY BEARDED BOY”
I liked this one best because it’s the first collage I’ve probably made since I constructed Optimus Prime out of macaroni and buttons in Kindergarten. In case you can’t tell, the boy’s beard is composed of forty-seven carefully placed colored pencil shavings of various widths and colors. My final step was to stick a big ol’ piece of tape over em’ to keep em’ all in place.
Also, I like that I accomplished my goal of “buying a thing from a guy”.
my daily journal thing

MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - “BURLY BEARDED BOY”

I liked this one best because it’s the first collage I’ve probably made since I constructed Optimus Prime out of macaroni and buttons in Kindergarten. In case you can’t tell, the boy’s beard is composed of forty-seven carefully placed colored pencil shavings of various widths and colors. My final step was to stick a big ol’ piece of tape over em’ to keep em’ all in place.

Also, I like that I accomplished my goal of “buying a thing from a guy”.

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15th July 2011

DON’T “F” WITH GEOFF
This one time my friend Geoff was about to bite into his Auntie Anne’s soft pretzel when some surfer dude in flip flops appeared out of nowhere and stole it! As is often the case in such situations, Geoff calmly removed his shirt, jumped onto his moped, chased down the surfer dude, and ripped off his leg!!!
The moral of this story…
DON’T F WITH GEOFF!!!
Disclaimer: The phrase “Don’t F With Geoff” is copyrighted to Nick Prevas and Geofferson Thomas. If you would like to use it as your company slogan and/or swim team name, I believe that they are currently charging a flat fee of around three hundred dollars for unlimited usage throughout the universe*.
*Universe does not include Nebraska, Jupiter, or the Atlantic Ocean. DON’T “F” WITH GEOFF
This one time my friend Geoff was about to bite into his Auntie Anne’s soft pretzel when some surfer dude in flip flops appeared out of nowhere and stole it! As is often the case in such situations, Geoff calmly removed his shirt, jumped onto his moped, chased down the surfer dude, and ripped off his leg!!!
The moral of this story…
DON’T F WITH GEOFF!!!
Disclaimer: The phrase “Don’t F With Geoff” is copyrighted to Nick Prevas and Geofferson Thomas. If you would like to use it as your company slogan and/or swim team name, I believe that they are currently charging a flat fee of around three hundred dollars for unlimited usage throughout the universe*.
*Universe does not include Nebraska, Jupiter, or the Atlantic Ocean.

DON’T “F” WITH GEOFF

This one time my friend Geoff was about to bite into his Auntie Anne’s soft pretzel when some surfer dude in flip flops appeared out of nowhere and stole it! As is often the case in such situations, Geoff calmly removed his shirt, jumped onto his moped, chased down the surfer dude, and ripped off his leg!!!

The moral of this story…

DON’T F WITH GEOFF!!!

Disclaimer: The phrase “Don’t F With Geoff” is copyrighted to Nick Prevas and Geofferson Thomas. If you would like to use it as your company slogan and/or swim team name, I believe that they are currently charging a flat fee of around three hundred dollars for unlimited usage throughout the universe*.

*Universe does not include Nebraska, Jupiter, or the Atlantic Ocean.

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10th July 2011

MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - POLAR-oid BEAR
I liked this one best because…
a. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!
b. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!
c. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!
d. all of the above.
Answer: “D”
Behind-the-scenes: I couldn’t find my pencil sharpener last night, so in order to complete this drawing I had to risk my life several times by using Vicki’s biggest kitchen knife to sharpen my colored pencils.
P.S. Please don’t tell Vicki that I used her biggest kitchen knife, she’d KILL me, I’m DEAD serious. Vicki is very protective of two things in this world, one being her knives, the other being the stuffed baby penguin I got her for Christmas in 2005.
P.S. #2 Don’t tell Vicki this, but if winter rolls around and she tries to once again steal my cozy winter cap, I’m gonna murder that stuffed baby penguin with her biggest kitchen knife.
To see more of my daily journal entries feel free to check out MY DAILY JOURNAL THING. MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - POLAR-oid BEAR
I liked this one best because…
a. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!
b. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!
c. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!
d. all of the above.
Answer: “D”
Behind-the-scenes: I couldn’t find my pencil sharpener last night, so in order to complete this drawing I had to risk my life several times by using Vicki’s biggest kitchen knife to sharpen my colored pencils.
P.S. Please don’t tell Vicki that I used her biggest kitchen knife, she’d KILL me, I’m DEAD serious. Vicki is very protective of two things in this world, one being her knives, the other being the stuffed baby penguin I got her for Christmas in 2005.
P.S. #2 Don’t tell Vicki this, but if winter rolls around and she tries to once again steal my cozy winter cap, I’m gonna murder that stuffed baby penguin with her biggest kitchen knife.
To see more of my daily journal entries feel free to check out MY DAILY JOURNAL THING.

MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - POLAR-oid BEAR

I liked this one best because…

a. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!

b. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!

c. it has a baby polar bear and a rainbow!!!

d. all of the above.

Answer: “D”

Behind-the-scenes: I couldn’t find my pencil sharpener last night, so in order to complete this drawing I had to risk my life several times by using Vicki’s biggest kitchen knife to sharpen my colored pencils.

P.S. Please don’t tell Vicki that I used her biggest kitchen knife, she’d KILL me, I’m DEAD serious. Vicki is very protective of two things in this world, one being her knives, the other being the stuffed baby penguin I got her for Christmas in 2005.

P.S. #2 Don’t tell Vicki this, but if winter rolls around and she tries to once again steal my cozy winter cap, I’m gonna murder that stuffed baby penguin with her biggest kitchen knife.

To see more of my daily journal entries feel free to check out MY DAILY JOURNAL THING.

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9th July 2011

HIPSTER MANNEQUIN IN UNDERPANTS EATEN BY KITCHEN PLAYSET!!!
Couple of things about this one…
1. I took this polaroid around seven years ago. It served as a “vital clue” in my student film Nomar Number 3.
2. It’s clear that my recent obsession with underpants may not be so recent after all.
3. Of all the disturbing things happening in this photo, I find the missing shoe to be the most disturbing element of all. I’m not sure why, but the absence of the second hi-top is just really unsettling. Of course the band-aid on the right knee is pretty strange as well. HIPSTER MANNEQUIN IN UNDERPANTS EATEN BY KITCHEN PLAYSET!!!
Couple of things about this one…
1. I took this polaroid around seven years ago. It served as a “vital clue” in my student film Nomar Number 3.
2. It’s clear that my recent obsession with underpants may not be so recent after all.
3. Of all the disturbing things happening in this photo, I find the missing shoe to be the most disturbing element of all. I’m not sure why, but the absence of the second hi-top is just really unsettling. Of course the band-aid on the right knee is pretty strange as well.

HIPSTER MANNEQUIN IN UNDERPANTS EATEN BY KITCHEN PLAYSET!!!

Couple of things about this one…

1. I took this polaroid around seven years ago. It served as a “vital clue” in my student film Nomar Number 3.

2. It’s clear that my recent obsession with underpants may not be so recent after all.

3. Of all the disturbing things happening in this photo, I find the missing shoe to be the most disturbing element of all. I’m not sure why, but the absence of the second hi-top is just really unsettling. Of course the band-aid on the right knee is pretty strange as well.

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27th June 2011

MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - “BRING YOUR DAUGHTER TO WORK DAY”
Although my literal interpretation of Bees Knees was a close runner up, I liked this one best for three reasons…
1. I like how the little girls are each holding coffee mugs. 
2. I like that the “Success” motivational poster portrays a cat riding in a tank.
3. I kind of like my idea about taking portraits of folks chewing on pens. I had two terrible experiences in high school where pen ink exploded all over my face without me realizing it, and while it sort of sucked at the time, I think it would’ve made a pretty good portrait.
Anyway, if you’d like to see more of my daily journal entries click here. Most of em are mediocre at best, but whatever, it’s cool. MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - “BRING YOUR DAUGHTER TO WORK DAY”
Although my literal interpretation of Bees Knees was a close runner up, I liked this one best for three reasons…
1. I like how the little girls are each holding coffee mugs. 
2. I like that the “Success” motivational poster portrays a cat riding in a tank.
3. I kind of like my idea about taking portraits of folks chewing on pens. I had two terrible experiences in high school where pen ink exploded all over my face without me realizing it, and while it sort of sucked at the time, I think it would’ve made a pretty good portrait.
Anyway, if you’d like to see more of my daily journal entries click here. Most of em are mediocre at best, but whatever, it’s cool.

MY JOURNAL ENTRY OF THE WEEK - “BRING YOUR DAUGHTER TO WORK DAY”

Although my literal interpretation of Bees Knees was a close runner up, I liked this one best for three reasons…

1. I like how the little girls are each holding coffee mugs. 

2. I like that the “Success” motivational poster portrays a cat riding in a tank.

3. I kind of like my idea about taking portraits of folks chewing on pens. I had two terrible experiences in high school where pen ink exploded all over my face without me realizing it, and while it sort of sucked at the time, I think it would’ve made a pretty good portrait.

Anyway, if you’d like to see more of my daily journal entries click here. Most of em are mediocre at best, but whatever, it’s cool.

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19th June 2011

TOM ALMON - THE RELUCTANT HERO
Hey Dad, thanks so much for reluctantly portraying the mighty Papa Nemo in one of my student films many years ago. Although you were blessed with the coveted lead role of a community hero with the incredible ability to jump off high dives and catch beach balls while in mid-air, I realize that you were still nonetheless…
a. extremely pissed off the entire time,
b. more embarrassed than you’d ever been in your entire life,
and
c. quickly realizing that your son was “no Spielberg, that’s for sure”.
Yet for some reason you stuck with it and saw the whole damn thing through till the bitter end, and that’s saying a lot considering we had to shoot your dramatic death scene in front of the entire UMBC women’s swim team. Hell, I even I almost jumped ship that day, and all I had to do was hold a camera.
So yeah, if dads are measured by their ability to put up with their kid’s stupid art projects than you’ve gotta be the best dad in America. Thanks man. TOM ALMON - THE RELUCTANT HERO
Hey Dad, thanks so much for reluctantly portraying the mighty Papa Nemo in one of my student films many years ago. Although you were blessed with the coveted lead role of a community hero with the incredible ability to jump off high dives and catch beach balls while in mid-air, I realize that you were still nonetheless…
a. extremely pissed off the entire time,
b. more embarrassed than you’d ever been in your entire life,
and
c. quickly realizing that your son was “no Spielberg, that’s for sure”.
Yet for some reason you stuck with it and saw the whole damn thing through till the bitter end, and that’s saying a lot considering we had to shoot your dramatic death scene in front of the entire UMBC women’s swim team. Hell, I even I almost jumped ship that day, and all I had to do was hold a camera.
So yeah, if dads are measured by their ability to put up with their kid’s stupid art projects than you’ve gotta be the best dad in America. Thanks man.

TOM ALMON - THE RELUCTANT HERO

Hey Dad, thanks so much for reluctantly portraying the mighty Papa Nemo in one of my student films many years ago. Although you were blessed with the coveted lead role of a community hero with the incredible ability to jump off high dives and catch beach balls while in mid-air, I realize that you were still nonetheless…

a. extremely pissed off the entire time,

b. more embarrassed than you’d ever been in your entire life,

and

c. quickly realizing that your son was “no Spielberg, that’s for sure”.

Yet for some reason you stuck with it and saw the whole damn thing through till the bitter end, and that’s saying a lot considering we had to shoot your dramatic death scene in front of the entire UMBC women’s swim team. Hell, I even I almost jumped ship that day, and all I had to do was hold a camera.

So yeah, if dads are measured by their ability to put up with their kid’s stupid art projects than you’ve gotta be the best dad in America. Thanks man.

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