Friday, December 23, 2005

CHICO R.I.P. 12/18/97 - 12/22/05

Poor little guy just turned 8. Got hit with kidney failure
-complications from lyme exposure years ago.
He went in peace with his family by his side.
So sad and unfair.

Saturday, December 17, 2005


This thing is laugh-out-loud hysterical.
So many great things I didn't know about the legend that is Chuck Norris.
One of my faves from the list is, "Chuck Norris doesn't sleep, he waits"
click link below for all the rest of the facts.


Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Sunday, November 13, 2005


Well folks, sorry for the delayed posting...
Below, you will find a lnk to a hilarious movie dedicated to the American Hillbilly. Simple still-frame editing cut to "Dueling Banjos" by Flatt & Scruggs, will have you wanting to go through the cut frame by frame so as not miss one single image.


Friday, October 21, 2005


I try to keep politics off this blog as much as possible because there's just a shitload of political blogs out there and let's face it, who needs another progressive gloating at the downfall of the neo-con agenda? For the most part I'm successful at avoiding politics, however occasionally news is so un-ignorable that I have to jump on the train. (as in the katrina posts) I recently discovered this "game" on one of those many political blogs out there. This is a brilliant metaphor to how the US has approached the War on Terror, and it's just a hell of a lot of fun for those of us "destructive types". Basically, you get to fire a missile at the bad guys. Accuracy is questionable (just like real-life) and the results are a lot of collateral damage without really hitting the intended target or solving the original problem. (also like real-life) What makes this brilliant is, the more you play, the more "terrorists" you create (more like real-life!). In a nutshell the war on terror would be much more successful if it was fought with responsible foreign policy instead of bombs and genocide. Click the link below to play the "war on Terrorism" game a.k.a September 12th. (You'll need shockwave on your computer to play)


Monday, October 17, 2005


Yes folks, after years of clever hilarity, thanks to Johnny "Big-Dog" Dolan, I have finally found the quintessential guide to any and all terms for bizarre sex acts. Amaze your friends and girlfriends by knowing exactly what it takes to perform a "Roman War Helmet". Bask in the glory and beam with pride as you finally accomplish the "Abe Lincoln". So much fun, and so many home projects for the enterprising libertine. Click link below for the entire glossary of terms.


Wednesday, October 12, 2005


For those that know me personally, we've probably had a discussion or two about the origins of mankind. I've always considered an unorthodox approach to this question because i truly believe that all current religion isn't even close to the real truth. That truth being who we really are, and how we came to be the self-conscious beings we are. I have always wanted to read an honest clear translation of the Sumerian Bible (this pre-dating the hebrew bible by thousands of years) because many of the current biblical tales of great floods et al. originated in those Sumerian legends. The Sumerians were the closest advanced primitive culture to the real answers of how we emerged from the muck and I've always thought that primitive cultures somehow had a better grip on how it really was. Case in point, the Sumerians had star charts that included Neptune AND Pluto as well as the various moons of other major planets. They even named Neptune "The Water Planet" and Pluto the "Ice Planet". These facts predated modern mans discovery by thousands of years! Anyway, long story longer, Graham Hancock has been a great visionary and learned scholar on archaeology and human origins. He has a new book out in which he explores the hallucinogenic world of the primitive Amazonian jungle through experiencing a trip on ayahuasca. (an extremely hallucinogenic indiginous plant of the amazon prepared as you see in the pic above) His current studies concur with several other theories that "the missing link" or the reason the human brain jump-started its development and artistic, societal and mechanical skills developed so fast was due to the discovery and ingestion of hallucinogenic flora. (Other related authors- Terence McKenna, Zecharia Sitchin, Robert Bauvall)

Check the article below


Tuesday, October 11, 2005


Through the years I've noticed something universal about modern Americans and their struggle to find good entertainment. (something as rare as the dodo nowadays) Most people can't resist watching cringe moments happen to their fellow humans. I am no exception. Here is a bit of fantastic video of a Mt Laurel NJ Junior High School "talent" show. The link below will take you to the winner of "The Most Beat-Up Kid of the Class of 2004". Dig a little deeper in the site, and perouse the brilliant videos of talent shows' past. Enjoy repeated torurous renditions of 'the Star Spangled Banner' mutilated by sub-adequate guitar playing. (theres one every year) Relish the pre-pubescent butchering of Beatles' classics. (seemingly a big hit with the Jr high School ladies) Theres something for everyone at this site. Now, I know that some of you are saying that this could be construed as 'mean-spirited,' however, as a father of two budding talents myself, this is meant in the lightest of humor. A warm thanks to the visionaries that thought it would be a good idea to post these videos for all the world to enjoy.


Monday, October 03, 2005


I know this site has been up for a while, but the writing for the captions of these photos gets better with every click. Just try and stop looking...just one more...ok, one more... Enjoy the madcap laughter sure to ensue. Thanks to Jack Grace for sharing this comedy gem, and of course-thanks to for the brilliant writing.


Sunday, October 02, 2005


it all comes down to editorial. Check out this fantastic re-edited trailer for "Shining".
Using all the footage from Kubrick's masterpiece, but edited as if it were a romantic comedy.


Wednesday, September 28, 2005


Check out this bear compliments of Kyler.
Witness the latest way to forage the suburbs for food -
and people worry about squirrels on the birdfeeders.
I believe this was shot right here in Croton-On-Hudson, NY
And bears the question (sorry for the pun)
What is that rope made of???


I wonder if i can get these printed?

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Tuesday, September 20, 2005


Gonna use this excuse to post another shot of mom and donovan. His first night home & he slept AWESOME. Seems to be quite the mellow little guy - I wonder how long it will stay that way....

Monday, September 19, 2005

VANITY POST: Our Son Donovan is Here

Yeah, well I had to use this as a vehicle to share the great news. Our son Donovan Jack was born on Friday Sept 16th @ 5:30AM. Him and mom are both doing great. He's the mellowest little guy - which will make a great contrast to the rest of his highly energetic family. Not only that, Sadie now has a little playmate to help take care of. Despite all the nasty shit going on in this world, it sure is nice to see things like this work out so well. to quote Tiny Tim "God bless us - everyone"
...and no NOT THAT tiny tim-tiptoe through the tulips....

Wednesday, September 14, 2005


Hey, how 'bout a lil' break from all the blatantly visible government-shitting-its-pants talk and have a moment of levity? Well this should do it for you. Meet Black Diamond - "An 'Unreal' Neil Diamond experience." Check the link below for free mp3's, fantastic photos, and a great explanation of how he came discover and ultimately become the great talent that he is.


Thursday, September 08, 2005


Now, for those few acquaintances of mine that still stand behind The Cowboy - even now - I offer this juicy lil tidbit.
Courtesy of the Gaelic Starover - from comes a simply written comment on Americas current political state.
Quite apropos - especially at this time...

"Now- you republicans, out there, who are still clinging to Bush, out of sheer determination:

If you wanna be a republican, fine. You wanna vote republican, because you're a conservative, and you have no other choice? Fine-

But you have to stop viewing politics, and the fate of our nation, as if it were pro football. Yeah- I know- you want to cheer for your team, defend it when it's down, and rally around the "star player"- it's fun, I know...

Let me break this gently... Your star lineman has just tested positive for steroids, while sniffing coke with a prostitute in the back of a '78 chevette. The Quarterback was found vacationing in an shack in the Wyoming foothills, watching "Scarface" over and over, in a room littered with dead boy scouts. The rest of your team was found in a dirty basement in Singapore, chewing gum, and betting on cockfights while trading in teenage Vietnamese male whores.

Keep your ideology- keep your party- it's all good... However- I have to ask all republicans, here, and now:

Rats have the brains to leave a sinking ship- why can't you muster the same mental fortitude?

Stand with the rest of America, and demand accountability from the people whom you rallied around, for so long- they owe you, at the very least, that much..."


Tuesday, September 06, 2005


Little Buddy! Poor guy, reluctantly went along with the Gilligan thing years and years after the show had all but disappeared. On Dobie Gillis - as Maynard G Krebs he sported the beard that launched a thousand copies. Our little buddy is no longer with us. Apparently he had complications from quadruple bypass surgery. Looks like he finally got off this crazy island after all.

R.I.P Bob - Tell the Skipper we miss him too!

POLITICAL ALERT! " i don't think anyone could have anticipated the levees breaching"

Yeah, no one except his own commission researching the 3 biggest potential disasters in the US. Oh yeah, and this little article snip from Natl. Geo. (FROM 2004 NO LESS)

"...It was a broiling August afternoon in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Big Easy, the City That Care Forgot. Those who ventured outside moved as if they were swimming in tupelo honey. Those inside paid silent homage to the man who invented air-conditioning as they watched TV "storm teams" warn of a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico. Nothing surprising there: Hurricanes in August are as much a part of life in this town as hangovers on Ash Wednesday.

But the next day the storm gathered steam and drew a bead on the city. As the whirling maelstrom approached the coast, more than a million people evacuated to higher ground. Some 200,000 remained, however the car-less, the homeless, the aged and infirm, and those die-hard New Orleanians who look for any excuse to throw a party.

The storm hit Breton Sound with the fury of a nuclear warhead, pushing a deadly storm surge into Lake Pontchartrain. The water crept to the top of the massive berm that holds back the lake and then spilled over. Nearly 80 percent of New Orleans lies below sea level more than eight feet below in places so the water poured in. A liquid brown wall washed over the brick ranch homes of Gentilly, over the clapboard houses of the Ninth Ward, over the white-columned porches of the Garden District, until it raced through the bars and strip joints on Bourbon Street like the pale rider of the Apocalypse. As it reached 25 feet (eight meters) over parts of the city, people climbed onto roofs to escape it.

Thousands drowned in the murky brew that was soon contaminated by sewage and industrial waste. Thousands more who survived the flood later perished from dehydration and disease as they waited to be rescued. It took two months to pump the city dry, and by then the Big Easy was buried under a blanket of putrid sediment, a million people were homeless, and 50,000 were dead. It was the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States.

When did this calamity happen? It hasn't yet. But the doomsday scenario is not far-fetched. The Federal Emergency Management Agency lists a hurricane strike on New Orleans as one of the most dire threats to the nation, up there with a large earthquake in California or a terrorist attack on New York City. Even the Red Cross no longer opens hurricane shelters in the city, claiming the risk to its workers is too great."


I sure hope this country wakes up and realizes our supposedly teflon govenment needs a serious douching

Wednesday, August 31, 2005


OK New Yorkers, if you've ventured anywhere near that disnefied cess-pool called Times Square, you've probably seen the NAKED COWBOY Well lo and behold, just 2 weeks after our offices have moved from their times square home, we FINALLY have the yin to his yang THE NAKED COWGIRL. Huzzah for women's rights!I wonder if she's the naked cowboys wife?
If not, I wonder if he feels threatened in any way?
Since I'm no longer in that neighborhood, I guess I wont get the chance to ask him.

Monday, August 29, 2005


OK, for those of you who have sat late night at my place and watched the video of the farting preacher - this may offer some some closure for you. For others, you can see these hysterical videos by clicking the link below.(sorry WMV) Robert Tilton is a preacher who's been on TV for years. Several years ago someone in the post-production business saw this guy on late-night TV and noticed that his bizarre body language seemed to welcome a little post-added audio. The tape was dubbed countless times, and has now finally become part of the web.


Sunday, August 28, 2005


a hearty thanks to Kyler for passing along this stunning shot of nature in the raw. I know snakes can dislocate their jaws to accomodate larger portions but a whole kangaroo just about takes the cake. Speaking of raw nature, also check the link below for the trailer of an upcoming movie called GRIZZLY MAN


Wednesday, August 24, 2005


OK, I try not to do too much politics here on WB, but when I saw this image-I HAD to post it.
This is WW2 veteran Bill Moyers wearing his "Bullshit Protector" during Bushes speech in Idaho yesterday.
What a simple, effective way to voice your discontent while still attending his tightly controlled speeches.
Hopefully the current gestapo won't find a loophole in the constitution to make these illegal as well

Thursday, August 18, 2005


Ron Jeremy just fascinates me. Besides his internationally reknowned performances in the adult entertainment industry, he continues to perpetuate his own fame in many ways. Fitting quite well with having earned himself a WHITE BELT some years ago. That said, Ron is now exploring the possibilty of a reality series with ABC. The idea being that "viewers could tune in right before they went out to party." No news yet on what the angle of the show is to be of course. My good compadre Dave Himself over at "Greedo Never Fired" has actually paid a fine homage our hero in a beautifully rendered t-shirt enabling you to show the world your understanding and unwavering support for the hedgehog. Perouse the entire DEE TEES site offering a fine selection of additional t-shirts immortalizing other well-deserved WHITE BELTS as well.


Monday, August 15, 2005


Ok, this seems to be no joke. Can you imagine how obtuse the press conferences could be? Imagine him negotiating with rogue states? He'd baffle them and secure diplomacy through strange non-sequiturs. Certainly more well-spoken than our current morron in charge to say the least. I'd say, of all the potential candidates so far - he's my pick as of today. Read up on his policies/politics et al below.


Thursday, August 11, 2005


Yeah yeah, I know this is the third post in one day, but I just had to drop the dime on this little gem.
You read right, a remote controlled lawnmower. Simple enough idea - incredible execution.
Just the bare bones of what it needs to be, yet still having that sleek RC look to it.
As a person with a lot of lawn to trim, this almost seems worth the investment... of $2,300 plus shipping.
The only drawback is, it'll eliminate some of the heavy exercise i manage to get in
when i actually have the time to cut the lawn.



This fantastic home-made ghetto-ass furniture was created by Jose Avila.
He used his architecural knowledge to create, build and ultimately furnish his entire apartment-
including bed, couch, chairs, dinner table. desk etc.
He even put up a site to show you how to make the stuff (linked below)
Unfortunately Fed Ex doesn't recognize an "homage" when it sees it.
Jose has gotten a cease and desist letter from Fed Ex claiming he's violationg their copyright.
As these things usually go, it wont be long before Jose has to take his site down.
Heck, he'll probably owe those corporate leeches money for punitive damages or some other BS like it.
Just another example of the man sucking what little blood is left out of us.

Maybe we can make the furniture out of Airborne Express boxes.



Looks like local L.E.S douchebag Muzzy Rosenblatt lost his case against CBGB's.
(trying to squander an extra 100,000 outta Hilly - hell, he could buy that whole building if he wanted to)
Fortunately Hilly can continue the tradition that he launched so long ago.
Sadly, however, it seems the quality of acts and price of beers has both declined and increased respectively.
Quoting the judge who decided the case - She cited the impact CB's had on the neighborhood "...the destitution, degradation and substance abuse were rampant when the club opened in 1973. CBGB has proven itself worthy of being recognized as a landmark -- a rare achievement for any commercial tenant in the ever diverse and competitive real estate market of New York City"

A Toast to a true NYC landmark.

Thursday, August 04, 2005

Stanislav Szukalski

One of my absolute favorite artists of all time is Satnislav Szukalski. He was producing dramatic and innovative artwork for most of the 20th century.
Claiming to have no influences, his sculptures are just a hint of the immense talent this guy had. He did lavish study drawings of his sculptures-to-be. Sometimes these drawings would surpass the quality of the actual sculpture(which is difficult to believe). He had all sorts of theories on evolution as well as a whole in-depth personal study on tribal markings related to survivors of the great flood (antideluvian societies of south american region) Anyway - a gallery in San Francisco is having a show of his work.
(sadly most of his largest and most dramatic pieces were destroyed during the nazi's bombing of Poland,
as well as his nazi-confiscated artworks during the bombing of Dresden)

There are 3 books currently available through amazon that have some examples of his work.

Check out the gallery thats linked on this site.


Wednesday, August 03, 2005


Ok, this is a vanity post.
Tell me what u think of these updates!
Whatever you want, just let me know that someone,
besides my 2-3 fellow blogger friends, is online
and sharing the same fixation on the absurd as I am!
Express any thoughts - insigts - criticism - whatever -
just let me know someone is out there having some kind of reaction to the stuff i post here.


Walking Spanish


OK, I gotta admit - I never heard of this until I saw it on Snopes.
A pretty clever trend where people who are auctioning reflective items
sneak in a nude shot of themselves taking the pic in the reflection.
It's apparently already a trend - go figure.
Anyway, the image above is apparently the forerunner of this trend.
Check the other reflecto-pix courtesy of


Tuesday, August 02, 2005

McRorie - One Man Band

Ok, I know what you're thinking - another one man band?!?!
Well allow me to introduce you the wonder that is McRorie.
Here we have a Canadian gentleman that has mastered the one man rock show.
Imagine if you could squeeze the whole band Rush into one overtalented canuck?
You might end up with something resembling McRorie.
Have a look at his website - great vids as well as "original compositions"


Thursday, July 28, 2005

Those Crazy Germans

I have become fascinated by the fact that so many American classics have been recorded in german.
Johnny Cash doing "Wo Ist Zu House, Mama?", to the Beatles' "Komm Gibb Mi Hahn" to Petula Clark's "Downtown"
Even Peter Gabriel recorded "Games Without Froniers" in German. There was even one guy - Ralf Paulsen who recorded the Mister Ed Theme in German. But this here song just about takes the cake. In most instances these songs sound kinda neat - however this one may cause you to take pause. For your cacaphonic pleasure, I present to you "Rappers Delight"


(Thanks to WFMU's blog for providing this stunning content)


Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Picking Up Girls Made Easy

What a find!
Browsing the many music sites the web has to offer, I stumbled upon this.
An entire professionally recorded "how-to" record on how to pick up chicks.
This is an mp3 of the enire album from the late 60's.
Listen! - It needs no further explanation.


Monday, July 25, 2005

The Zoomquilt

This is a Zoomquilt.
Hallucinogenics not required, but still a lot of fun.
This is a couple years old, yet worthy of posting anyway-
If you drag your cursor up or down you will be transported through a seemingly endless and seamless
world of never ending intricate worlds.
A Collective of artists from germany collaborated on this project.
Pretty amazing stuff.


Wednesday, July 20, 2005


Meet Frank.
He's posing with his prototype, which converts a useless fire hydrant into a nice sidewalk shower.

only in NY

This great image and story were courtesy of BoingBoing which got it courtesy of Siege


Sunday, July 17, 2005

Run along - Montauk

(Yes, I know Bond said "Run along - man-talk" but it still sounds like Montauk)

The family went on a week getaway to Montauk
GREAT vaction place - esp during the week
Good times to be had for sure - as you can see

however i would like to share one view from Montauk...

Talk about a real estate boom -
whoever happened to buy some small 3 br bungalow in the 60's
or bought a more modern 4 br for 200k about 8 years ago -
you are now sitting on houses worth upwards of 1million dollars!
(insert dr evil finger)
Just looking at the real estate listings in the local papers was a real eye opener.
serious junk shacks on less than 1/2 acre listing at 850k at the very minimum.
Just another example of why it's a good thing to buy land/property of some kind in some way
-because they ain't makin any more

Pimp My Fahrrad

Leave it to those crazy eco-friendly germans.
pimp my ride gone schwinn style


Thursday, July 07, 2005


Remember the old porno mags you hid in the woods when you were a kid?
No matter how water damaged they got they were still THE essential forbidden item.
Remember the ads for the films in them?
If you're feeling the least bit nostalgic, have a look at this great collection of vintage adult film posters from the golden age of porn.
You'll also see the ever classic "Debbie Does Dallas" poster as well.
Some are for sale too!


Wednesday, July 06, 2005

YAY! it's NOT New York!!!

What a nice way to start the day...
to NOT see New York used like a whore on 8th avenue for yet another event
most New Yorkers would dread ever coming to this fair city

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Sweet "Justice"

This is legit folks...lets donate!

Press Release

Weare, New Hampshire (PRWEB) Could a hotel be built on the land owned by Supreme Court Justice David H. Souter? A new ruling by the Supreme Court which was supported by Justice Souter himself itself might allow it. A private developer is seeking to use this very law to build a hotel on Souter's land.

Justice Souter's vote in the "Kelo vs. City of New London" decision allows city governments to take land from one private owner and give it to another if the government will generate greater tax revenue or other economic benefits when the land is developed by the new owner.

On Monday June 27, Logan Darrow Clements, faxed a request to Chip Meany the code enforcement officer of the Towne of Weare, New Hampshire seeking to start the application process to build a hotel on 34 Cilley Hill Road. This is the present location of Mr. Souter's home.

Clements, CEO of Freestar Media, LLC, points out that the City of Weare will certainly gain greater tax revenue and economic benefits with a hotel on 34 Cilley Hill Road than allowing Mr. Souter to own the land.

The proposed development, called "The Lost Liberty Hotel" will feature the "Just Desserts Café" and include a museum, open to the public, featuring a permanent exhibit on the loss of freedom in America. Instead of a Gideon's Bible each guest will receive a free copy of Ayn Rand's novel "Atlas Shrugged."

Clements indicated that the hotel must be built on this particular piece of land because it is a unique site being the home of someone largely responsible for destroying property rights for all Americans.

"This is not a prank" said Clements, "The Towne of Weare has five people on the Board of Selectmen. If three of them vote to use the power of eminent domain to take this land from Mr. Souter we can begin our hotel development."

Clements' plan is to raise investment capital from wealthy pro-liberty investors and draw up architectural plans. These plans would then be used to raise investment capital for the project. Clements hopes that regular customers of the hotel might include supporters of the Institute For Justice and participants in the Free State Project among others.

# # #

Logan Darrow Clements
Freestar Media, LLC

Phone 310-593-4843


A little rant before the link...

Hate the Supreme Court decision that your land is not yours any more?
Have you had it with the withered dried up state of our constitution?
Sick of the masses just letting it all happen cause they can still drive their humvees to the 7-11 and get 4 jumbo bags of chee-tos for $2.00?
Show the world you get whats really happening...

Heres a nice collection of vintage russian propaganda posters -
use these as inspirations - communicate your displeasure at the current United Socialist States of America .


Thursday, June 23, 2005

70's link now HOT

Thanks to Dave Himself for helping me with my HTML impaired self

70's NYC Nightlife

Classic 70's NYC nightlife

For a real feel of the good ol' days of NYC, just check out this gallery of 7o's NYC nightlife

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

The Essence of a Whitebelt - to be discussed at length

The original discussion about the white belt was brought up by Jeff G and Tom V.
A White belt can only be worn by ccertain qualified men - there are not many.
The belt could almost be considered a badge of honor - something one must earn.
The essence of what it takes to "earn" one is this:
(however not the only way to earn it)
To have had it all - the world at your fingertips - then,
through personal tragedy or hardship - lose it all
- only to then make it back to the spotlight and have it all again.
Women have also been nominated for a belt however in most cases they wear the WHITE PURSE
So to add to Dave Himself's observation, The original white belt would have to go to Jackie Gleason, or maybe Babe Ruth.
Rob G has a great image printed on an old Yankees program of the Babe's locker
- hanging on a hook is The Bambinos White Belt - truly a magnificent sight.

Bush Unswayed by Anti-War prtests

"Yes gentlemen, they are on their way in, and nobody can bring them back. For the sake of our country, and our way of life, I suggest you get the rest of SAC in after them. Otherwise, we will be totally destroyed by Red retaliation. My boys will give you the best kind of start, 1400 megatons worth, and you sure as hell won't stop them now. So let's get going, there's no other choice. God willing, we will prevail, in peace and freedom from fear, and in true health, through the purity and essence of our natural... fluids. God bless you all"

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Long Live Molvania!

these speak for themselves...

Thursday, June 16, 2005

so here it is - a chance to argue the single most important question ever

who is belted??