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So my last post was like a year and a half ago, bet you can tell i enjoy blogging. Anyway i haven't really been much recently for a variety of reasons but I figured I should at least try look at it at least once a week.

I've been working on a super secret project. I'm not going to get into the...
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elicit77:
keep us up to date on this social drinking network thing.
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Last night I had the pleasure of going to see Spike and Mikes Sick & Twisted Animation festival at the Alamo Draft house. For those of you who don't live in Austin the Alamo is like a movie theater/restaurant. So while watching my toons I got to chow down on a nice sandwich.

Over all the show was great. There were a few cartoons that I thought were just sick and not every entertaining. Although they did make me happy by opening the show with "No Neck Joe" who happens to be done by the guy who does "Dexter's Lab". I also got to check out "Dr. Tran" which was hilariously. However the cartoon that really caught my eye was "Pirate Babys Cabana Battle Street Fight 2006".

Here is a sample of what exactly "Pirate Babys Cabana Battle Street Fight 2006" is.



Reminds me of the days when I actually played video games in an arcade. The artist's name is Paul Robertson.

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coleen:
I want to go to the Spike and Mikes Sick & Twisted Animation Fest! I've wanted to go since before I was old enough. Now I'm definitely old enough, but none of my friends are into that, bummer. I don't want to go by myself either, that'd be lame.
volkov:
stoney ridge over near Ben White and South 1st. yeah. I'm a little tired of popcorn cielings...I think I may at least paint a few of the walls.

hasta tu frijole, cabrito? ("how you bean, kid?")