two of my high school acquaintances (green and red) tackling the tough issues.
went to the mavs game last night and sat across the aisle from derek holland. he obviously wanted to watch the game, but he took a few photos for people that noticed him (including my wife) and seemed like a nice guy.
after chris arnold did some on the court contest with dancing kids, he found holland and sat in the aisle for the better part of the third quarter. people were log jamming there, trying to get around him and arnold couldn’t have cared less. he was just like, go around me, i’m not moving.
he must have been off duty because he bumped everyone down on derek’s row and sat there the entire 4th quarter.
in conclusion, chris arnold is a total d bag.
being a dad means sometimes you gotta clean spit up off of a slinky.
found this on shutterstock. here were my search terms:
"skeeter from doug"
"messed up ear"
"colors don’t necessarily have to stay within the lines"
"useless in all situations"
"1 minute or less drawings"
"one eyebrow only"
"extra double shitty"
"neck is possibly a pedestal"
good to know.
NDS MOR YR 2000 SNL RFRNCS
since we have twins, i try to let my wife know when i am leaving work each day so she knows when to expect me home. yesterday she actually responded.
Larry Bird is my all time favorite player in NBA history. Everyone remembers him for being a shooter. But Larry Bird was just a hooper! He would lock your ass up on D, hustle on EVERY play, and dish the rock. I love Dirk but when I hear people compare him to Larry Legend I know it’s only because of skin color.
Yet Magic is the only one remembered for his passing. Ladies and gentlemen, Larry Legend.
so many awesome passes, but i can’t take my eyes off of those barren baselines! no media / photographer orgies to contend with 10 inches from the baseline. just pure, unadulterated baseline out of bounds area. thems the good old days.
in december of 2011 my wife and i were outside raking leaves. we had just bought our house two months prior so this was our first raking experience. the front yard alone was over 30 bags. it was nuts.
as we were taking a short break i noticed that of all things, the google maps mobile had turned down our street.
at that moment i realized we were about to be immortalized, possibly forever, on google maps. not wanting to let this monumental and possibly once-in-a-lifetime occasion pass us by, i said something to the extent of “holy shit, it’s the google maps mobile! we gotta do something awesome.”
since we are the third house on the street, we had about 5 seconds to come up with a plan. the result is a striking, yet completely unintentional ode to american gothic, which is so awesome.
the coolest part? after stalking my own address on google maps for over a year and a half, the day that I finally found the uploaded picture of my wife and me was on july 16th—our wedding anniversary.