Thursday, May 24, 2007

Americone Dream update


I have tasted the sweet nectar that is Steven Colbert's Americone Dream. It blew my mind, which left my gut to make decisions from here on.

Here's a tip: I engect Bovine Growth Hormone directly into the ice cream. It adds that additional punch of flavor and allows me to see past time and space. I need to cut back a bit; just today I gained 500 pounds and I picked up a bus and threw it at a broken down ATM. Take that hippy, leftest Ben and Jerry.

Domonics on the corner of Foster and Sheridan, your off notice.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007


I enjoy comics and cartoons and other such mediums. I guess I like the unlimited worlds possible. I have found many to my liking and here is one more.

It is called Frenchy, Bob, and the Hat. (I wish I could put the movie directly into the post, but I can't find it so well.) I like the animator's, Dave Creek other things, too. He has a very designer website.

I enjoy the simplistic dialogue while having an incredibly deep story, and especially the realistic style of another absurdly haphazard universe. It reminds me of Dr. Seuss.

It doesn't seem to be the normal technology vs. nature story-line. In the end, the machine saves nature (as played by a cricket) from near-drowning. The inventor absolutely knows it worked, but seems a little sketchy on what it was supposed to do, meaning technology will enviably drag us into something great, without our immediate knowledge of what that greatness is.

Anyway I'm sure I'm wrong. Any other ideas?

Thursday, May 03, 2007


The other day I went to google, I use the Google homepage app so that happens every day, and I saw they had changed the logo to "iGoogle." I thought, maybe it was an anniversary for iPod or iMac or some iCrap. But it looks like they changed the name of the homepage app.

What are they doing? Are they so money rich they want to taunt the caged copyright bear? Apple has attacked with copyright suites any 'i" product or anything that sounds like an "i" product or anything that sounds like it should sound like an "i" product.

But they are Google they can do anything. They rule the world.