Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Hunting and gathering in the wildernetss...

My dad told me about this place, his celly in prison had told him about it, and he said one day he would go there and buy and INDIAN motorcycle and ride it across country, Still waiting for him to do that, but the rez has long closed down...

Fitti' flash almost as good as the flash below...

Keith Elam R.I.P

Motorbreath is how I live my life I cannot take it any other way!


American Muscleness with groovy hand painting...

Brimfield is coming up...


Nemel pays homage...DANE i2i lives! Good lookouts!

Might be one of the best sheets of flash to date...We bleed green in Phiadelphia!

This is so good on so many levels...

acid king- Busse woods
Edgar Broughton Band
Ketch harbour wolves- dead calm horizon

Monday, August 30, 2010

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Portland ORE.

Saw this guy down at the Saturday morning market playing a guitar with a 2 liter bottle taped to his stump and playing the harmonica all at once. I talked to him later on and he said he made enough money to afford a studio downtown and plenty of booze. He was pretty rad
this 350 Honda was parked outside our hotel in full race trim

more to come...........

Friday, August 27, 2010


Crazy Train

10 year old japanese kid Yuto Miyazawa performs "Crazy Train" with Ozzy Osbourne at Ozzfest in Hartford, CT


Thursday, August 26, 2010

Ready For Snow?

Get ready for the snowboard season asap by going over to www.holdenouterwear.com
Super awesome brand that makes jackets for all types of shit, not just riding pow pow!!

Hot Diggity Dog

Dinners at my house

Monday, August 23, 2010

Sunday, August 22, 2010


Septa map from the bicentennial....more pics to follow

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Playing With Your Food

Advertising characters turned video game

Friday, August 20, 2010

Cool Calm Philly

Fan catches foul ball

Calling All Pinball Wizards


This week KFC celebrated the 70th anniversary of its Original Recipe of 11 herbs and spices by serving 2,493.35 lbs. of fried chicken to the citizens of Louisville setting the new world record for the Largest serving of fried chicken. The chicken was served alongside an enormous version of the retro themed iconic bucket that was 8 feet tall and 9 feet wide with an image of Colonel Sanders.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Tryin to fit in

In Tennessee camping near a swamp. Fitting in with the rednecks!  Too hot & humid! Ladies!!!!

Bud Luxury...Thirstday

Does the bud make you wiser? I would have to say No on that one. In fact I think it makes you less wiser and more foolish, but to each his own. In fact I base my opinion on the fact that my dad drank and still drinks BUDWEISER religiously as his choice of fire water. Fire water is what the native American people called it, the settlers used alcohol to get the indians drunk and make them barter and sign land treaties while they were intoxicated( New york city was traded for next to nothing), and it has haunted Native American life since, alcoholism is very prevalant on reservations, and in Native communities. So, I sort of have A love hate with Mr.BUD & Mr.WEISER, more hate than love. The one thing that does perk my interest is Budweiser's long standing history, and iconography among Americans from all walks of life. Just because I have had A bad life experience with alcohol abuse doesn't mean everyone else has, and I dont want that bias to get in the way of posting about A company that has always flown the red, white, and blue, and went the extra mile to promote and advertise their company. As A kid I always loved the BUD BOWL during the Super Bowl, Spuds McKenzie ruled the 80's, and my late uncle Wistar who taught me how to draw always drew the BUD MAN doing really silly stuff or just the BUDMAN standing next to A muscle car, or smoking BUD yeah that kinda budman! This is not to promote the brand or drinking at all, kinda ironic that I don't even drink, and especially BUDWEISER for that matter, but for some reason or another I see BUDWEISER as somewhat of an American tradition, it's right there on sunday next to your dad during football season, or the beer man is selling them at the ballpark during a baseball game, or next to the car while you and a few buddies are working under the hood. A friend of mine told me something years back that I had A hard time believing, but he backed it up with a few stories and facts, and I walked away looking at the world a little differently since then. He told me that BUDWEISER was A millionaires beer, and I laughed at him and said yeah ok! He cont'd to say "no man I'm serious most wealthy men drink Budweiser as their choice of beer because it was cheap and to the point, and American!" He also had facts from a some survey etc etc... I had no choice to not believe him because his father was a millionaire a few times in his life (LOL) and I took his words as the truth, and spoken from experience of being in wealthier circles. That's not the point, The point was I was so blinded by the fact that my father drank BUDWEISER and I only associated it with bad things and failures, because that was my own personal experience, that I couldn't even fathom any one of upper class or normalcy being associated with it, because of my insecurities and issues with my life and how it was affected directly by alcohol in more ways than one. I looked at my dad and life A little different after my friend told me that, I knew my dad was certainly not A millionaire, but I didn't place him in such A lolife ( not related to POLO) category any more. Anyway heres a few cool BUDWEISER thing a majigs I found online to help bring color to my words that BUD has and still is made it's mark on American life and pastimes!
this was my memory of Budweiser growing up...