Thursday, December 31, 2009


Wednesday, December 30, 2009

For the love of nuts!

"You can never be lonely when you have nuts around .. ."

Creeepyy ...Brains..

p.s. How many times did she say BEAUTIFULLLLLLLLLLLLL?

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

A little entertaining

Conversation from James Price on Vimeo.

facial hair=cunning
long hair=psychotic

Id like to come back as a diamond...

because diamonds are foreverrrrrrrrrrr

Guess hes not that good with faces...

All painted by Eric Zener

Yes yes yes killing the ego tonight!!

Maybe the craziest music video..


After 3:18 it gets really sexy and at 3:33 I threw up. Enjoy

Poor mans Fever Ray?

I do not like this =/

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Friday, December 25, 2009

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

4 the Jews

The Visitor
On a bitterly cold night on the outskirts of Vilkovishk, Velvel the Tailor and Gronam the Milkman were playing a friendly game of dreidel, when they heard a knock at the door. Surprised, Velvel opened the door to find an old man with a long gray beard shivering in the darkness. Quickly, Velvel brought him to the fire, and served him barley soup. When the color returned to the old man’s face, he noticed that the others were playing dreidel and asked if he might join them.
What followed was the greatest exhibition of dreidel that the two men—or any men—had ever seen. In less than an hour, the old man had parlayed twelve kopeks into sixty rubles, until his companions had nothing left to gamble.
Astonished, Velvel asked how it was possible for a man to have such luck.
“My friends,” the old man replied, “it is not luck. For I am the Prophet Elijah, come to reward your generosity with innumerable heavenly blessings.”
The men rejoiced, and they kissed Elijah’s hands and his cheeks. And the Prophet blessed them, and he blessed their houses and their animals; but somehow he neglected to give back the sixty rubles.
In the course of the holiday, Elijah would repeat the scam twenty-three times.

The original Edward Scissorhands

Not Depressing..Oh Oh Oh!

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Surprised I Havent Met Tommy Yet


She could have been making $$$ long time ago

Monday, December 14, 2009

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Saturday, December 12, 2009

I like these paintings

Not entirely sure why...but I do

From WorldFamousDesignJunkies

Friday, December 11, 2009

Chanukah 101 and Im flummoxed

My favorite part of Hanukah:

Oh yeah Drake's a Jew too apparently:

New Bravery

Very Killersesque but I like nevertheless =) I can listen and listen

Slow Poison - The Bravery from Orion Tait on Vimeo.

I think they get better with age

Friday, July 24, 2009

2D love

Oh those Japanese...

So i just read this..and no matter how I think about it..I wont understand it

So apparently 25% of the Japanese population ages 30-34 are Virgins..and 50% of Japanese dont have friends of the opposite sex.

So im not sure which came first the lack of social skills..or turning to inanimate objects for love and companionship..but its kind of disturbing.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Next in Lady GaGas wardrobe

These are made entirely of paper

Really cool Promo

Bounty promoting their paper towels in Herald Sq NY.

From toxel

Oh those chinese...

This is an actual building in China..

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Classic Crazy

The Old:

The New:

Still good =)

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Charles Aznavour in Up

Charles Aznavour plays the old man in this ..and this also marks the first time an animated film opens up at Cannes..

Bono from U2 wrote a poem about Elvis that starts like this:

 "Elvis white trash / Elvis the Memphis flash / Elvis didn’t smoke hash and woulda been a sissy without Johnny Cash.."

Listen to "American David" here:

Are they on a trampoline?

Sexy windblown fur

Birds by Pleix from Meirion Pritchard on Vimeo.


makes me want to dance!


So apparently Leonardo Dicaprio is producing the movie Blink based on Malcolm Gladwells bestseller of the same name. 

Blink  is a non-fiction collection of short snippets and factoids which prove the authors opinion that first impressions are usually correct and that on average it takes a person a maximum of 3o seconds to size up a situation or person to form an opinion about them. 

From reauters:

"The connection to the book is that the son has the Blink qualities that Gladwell discusses: He can size up people and situations on a dime. Recognizing this ability, his father wants to help the boy find himself while at the same time using him to make some dough on Wall Street."

Hmm Al Pacino is in talks to star as the dad in the lead role. Kinda excited to see the trailer..def dont know about the movie but I like all the Gladwell books/articles. 

This is the  link to the article that lead to the book "The Tipping Point" 

If only I could ride a bike...

I'd like this one

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

One of the best short stories..maybe ever

"A Perfect Day for Banafish" by J.D. Salinger

THERE WERE ninety-seven New York advertising men in the hotel, and, the way they were monopolizing the long-distance lines, the girl in 507 had to wait from noon till almost two-thirty to get her call through. She used the time, though. She read an article in a women's pocket-size magazine, called "Sex Is Fun-or Hell." She washed her comb and brush. She took the spot out of the skirt of her beige suit. She moved the button on her Saks blouse. She tweezed out two freshly surfaced hairs in her mole. When the operator finally rang her room, she was sitting on the window seat and had almost finished putting lacquer on the nails of her left hand. . .

Read the rest here

Someone made a mini movie version of this..but the story is 100% better

Wow another cool tree house

This ones from California.. the furniture sucks but the house is nice

Monday, May 11, 2009

The Hunger Artist

I really like this short story "A Hunger Artist" by Franz Kafka. You can read it's super short dont be scared.

This song is cute + video too =)

Saturday, May 9, 2009

I recently finished reading "Bad Girls Go Everywhere: The Life of Helen Gurley Brown" by Jennifer Scanlon. Helen Gurley Brown was the Editor of Cosmopolitan for over twenty years and she was a maverick who changed the nations views on women and how they should behave at work, socially, and sexually. Along with Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinam, Helen Gurley Brown had her own stance on womens liberation, and had her own followers. She was a self made woman who rose to the top without any higher education and remained single far longer than what was considered appropriate for women in the 50's and 60's. She published a book called "Sex and the Single Girl"..promoted it across the country and became an inspiration to many. Her life and her views are pretty interesting, and were definitely far ahead of their time.

I just read this article in the New York Times about women bullying other women in the workplace, and how catty, and sabotaging they are to one another and it definitely made me think that these women need some advice from Helen. Instead of pushing each other to do better, and to succeed women tell on each other, complain and do whatever necessary to knock each other down.

Ehh it sucks..

Thursday, May 7, 2009

I could live here too!

This is not a bad Brazil.

From Archdaily


Hmm this is gross too..

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

With Mentos fresh and full of Life!

What the hell does this commercial have to do with Mentos? Its so long, boring and far fetched and doesnt have a connection to the product.

The old cheesy commercials were so much better =)

Marilyn Minter at Salon 94 Freemans

Influenced at a young age by her own pill popping mother applying dazzling make-up, Marilyn Minter went on to become a famous photographer, most known for her ultra glamorous and sexy yet rough and dirty close-ups.

This is her new video of models swirling their long tongues on a glass pane topped with colorful confections.

More about this can be found here

Her work is currently on exhibit at Salon 94 in NYC