A couple of my favorite flogs…

[The flogs are dead-jpp]


That’s a PENIS! Hahahaha! I opened that at work and was just shocked at what greeted me from under that skirt. Wasn’t expecting that. But it was funny. Oh so very funny.

Posted by: panajane at August 26, 2004 04:51 PM

Lil’ pokey!
That dude/ette rules.

Posted by: jdoublep at August 26, 2004 06:40 PM

A couple of my favorite flogs…

If you could…

…send one message to the children of the future, what would it be? (Courtesy The Onion)

My one message to the children of the future is:
“Everything you know will change…get used to it now so you don’t worry later.”

What’s your message to the kiddies?


the older dave foley gets, the more he creeps me out. plus i met him once, and he was a prick.

although eat more fiber tough advice to top, i’d say to the children:

Your parents should know this, but in case they don’t (and your own innate child survival instincts don’t clue you in,)never find yourself alone with any of the following: 1)birthday clowns 2)a grown man in shorts and knee socks 3)michael jackson.

Posted by: rubigimlet at August 25, 2004 09:21 AM

Sagacious advice indeed.

Posted by: jdoublep at August 25, 2004 11:15 AM

If you could…

Delusions in Modern Primitivism

Caught a real, slick flick on Sundance last night called, Delusions in Modern Primitivism. The film is an 18-minute documentary look at a heavily tattooed and pierced, goofy, white guy (you know the type) and his search for the newest, most extreme type of body art – scarification by bullet wound.

The film plays out in a darkly amusing way before delivering a visceral climax that left Sa Rah and I saying, “No way!”

Come to find out, it’s a mockumentary, but damn, they had us fooled.


is it a mockumentary?

Posted by: rubigimlet at August 24, 2004 10:31 AM

It certainly is.
Mockity Mock Mock

Posted by: jdoublep at August 24, 2004 02:19 PM

Delusions in Modern Primitivism

What Happened Sunday Night

Sunday night, August 22, 2004, 5:15pm:

I had an appointment at 5:30pm to meet with one of my bosses. I’m to housesit for him and his wife for a week starting this Friday and they wanted to give me the lowdown on my responsibilites. So, I hop in my car and drive out of our apartment complex. At the last building of our complex on 124th St, before pulling out onto northbound Antioch, I noticed a fire hydrant in the parking lot. I thought, Ouch. At the crossroads was an ambulance and in Antioch’s southbound lane were three police cars. I still couldn’t see what they were looking at. There was some debris in the ditch between the road and the building, but…OH!…a yellow VW bug (a new one) sat in between the southernmost building and the one directly north.

The car was thrashed and the corners of both(!) buildings fairly smashed up too. I called Sa Rah to tell her to go check out the scene. When I got home from my meeting, I asked Sa Rah if she wanted to walk up the street to take some photos of the damage. Once there, the lady who lived in the apartment of the first hit building (and the one with the most damage done) saw us taking photos and asked if we were insurance people. “No, ma’am,� I answered. “Just curious.� She then told us a bit more of what happened as she was walking up to her apartment at the same time the accident happened.

Apparently, the bug was turning west on 124th from northbound Antioch, somehow lost control, hopped the curve, drove through the ditch (just missing some trees), hit the corner of one building, which sent the car off-course into the corner of the other building, which it hit then bounced back to a positing facing west. The driver came out OK, albeit in shock. These photos are of the wrecked buildings and the inside of the first apartment. The apartment resident was cool with us taking photos so she could show her attorney.

Corner of the southernmost (first) building:

Corner of the second building:

Inside the apartment of the first building (Notice the light coming through. That’s a hole well large enough for a small dog to fit through, if one so desired. The occupant was rightfully upset that the maintenance crew decided not to place a cover over the damage.):

What Happened Sunday Night

Monday Once Again

Here we are. Another Monday morning in suburbia. Preparing for the office.
Here I are. Another Monday morning in my underwear. Preparing to sip more coffee – and go to the office.
I’m writing from home this morning because I imagine work will be entirely too busy from whence to blog.

This weekend was a relaxing one. The main event was yesterday afternoon’s visit to the KC Ethnic Enrichment Festival. The EE Commission converts a large field in Swope Park into a good-sized tent city, each tent representative of one of the many ethnicities that make up the KC population. The best part of the fest is that in addition to the multitude of ethnicities behind the tents there is also a very diverse crowd of people attending the festival. In KC, you don’t often see such a wide variety of color and accents gathered together in one spot as the city is (much to our dismay) still a fairly segregated place, especially in comparison to some of our closer neighbors (St. Louis, in particular).

The bad part of the fest is upon walking in and getting your schedule of events you notice that written upon the schedule is a suggestion to “Eat Your Way Around The World!” Now that’s something that most Kansas Citians definitely do not need to hear.

Check my flog for other photographic highlights. (Most of the photos are of the good parts – not of people eating their way around the world, although Sa Rah did snap some damned good ones of me decimating a bratwurst.)



Posted by: sarah at August 23, 2004 11:51 AM

I’m so glad I can come peruse your blog now! The first page is great, I love the rollover. Great colors. I really wanted to hit the Ethnic Festival but did not. I’ll live vicariously through you and your belly too. Mmm!!

Posted by: pomegranate. at August 23, 2004 01:37 PM

The Brats are coming, Sa Rah!!!
(I’m like a Bratwurstian Paul Revere).Thanks for the comments, pom. There should be more goodness soon here at BB!

Posted by: jdoublep at August 23, 2004 03:39 PM

Monday Once Again

It’s Alive!

Finally. Five hours of tinkering between last night and this morning and I’ve got a home page (with working rollover) and a blog header. Let me know what you think.

In other news:

The Cigar and Eyepatch Society (KC writing group) met this afternoon to discuss some words on paper. We focused mainly on Kyle’s story, “Auburn Park”. Most often a lively discussion, although I think Kyle might have felt ganged up on. He needn’t have, though. I think the group generally liked the story and they were so quick to critique because they wanted that story to be fully realized. An all around good afternoon with literary-and-alcohol minded friends.

In a related aside, I’ll have more info on CES as I get some of the design work done for our message boards and the like. For those in the Kansas City area, and interested in having their writing critiqued, we meet the third Saturday of every month at W.J. McBride’s (my favorite KC area pub) on 119th and Metcalf from noon until 3:30pm.

The folks went to the Omaha Zoo for their 30th anniversary. Hope they took the camera.

It’s Alive!