Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
In the midst of what may turn out to be a looooong week of successive Mondays, we present you this clip of Ernie and Bert getting some of their wintertime frustrations out in a very plainsmen-stuck-in-the-house-for-too-long-type manner.
Ripped savagely from the digi-pages of the Bummer Life Avoidance Program.
Sunday, January 27, 2008
Friday, January 25, 2008
This video of my new hero has been floating around the last few days. If you haven't seen it yet please prepare yourself for the ultimate. If you have been fortunate enough to see the following clip I'm sure you won't mind basking in its glow once again.
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
I don't know who I am going to vote for. I don't really even know if I wanna be a part of this whole thing by participating in a voting process. I hate all this crap. But sometimes certain things jump out at me during all this political bullshit - Things that aren't dripping with bile. I thought I would share two clips with you that jumped out at me. By the way, I really don't know shit about any of this poo poo. But I've developed a pretty good gut.
One more short little clip.
Saturday, January 19, 2008
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
The Clean Part Reading Series is back to usher in a new run of poetry readings at the Sheldon Museum.
This Saturday two poets from the Bay Area — Lily Brown and Claire Becker — will team up with one of The Clean Part's favorite Nebraska poets, Omaha’s Steve Langan.
Now in its second year, The Clean Part brings exciting young poets from all across America to read their work to Lincoln audiences. For more information about the poets and the series stop by The Clean Part web site.
Friday, January 11, 2008
On top of his Adidas Skateboarding team managing duties and shooting all the photos for the China article that's running in issue #50 of The Skateboard Mag, Bryce Kanights also took it upon himself to obsessively chase down and shoot snapshots of every bicyclist he saw on our trip to Eastern Asia.
Click here for a sample of what he collected.