Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The Curse of the White Lighter

Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Kurt Cobain were all left-handed, all died at the age of 27, and autopsies reported each having a white bic lighter in their pockets. This is why it is said that white lighters are unlucky.

(You Might Find Yourself)

Monday, June 20, 2011

San Francisco Mega Post

I went to San Francisco and a couple other places with Lauren and took a lot of photos.
Rather than just dump them all on Brad Video, I thought I’d take a minute and tell the story
(which is pretty much dumping them somewhere else and throwing in a few comments,
but that’s all the effort you’re gonna get out of me, so deal with it). Now that it’s all
documented, take a look through our trip out West and let me know what you think:

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The One Where Deshawn Stevenson's T-Shirt Says...

Only LeBron could make me do a 180 from disliking this guy to liking him so quickly.
(Thanks to Lauren for the photo)

Friday, June 10, 2011

Why Dirk is Great


(Thanks to Fast Jimmy of Dudewater for the video)

Heat Lose, LeBron Made Fun of Dirk, Mav's One Win Away

AFTER the Miami Heat lost last night, video came out of LeBron and Dwayne Wade 
laughing about Dirk being sick. Now they look like a bunch of idiots, and are one loss away
from losing the Finals. I briefly saw something about Rashard Lewis having some kind of
relations with LeBron's girlfriend, too. Is it mean to do my happy dance while LeBron's
career/life is in shambles?

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Grasshopper Tacos Banned at SF Taqueria

Unfortunately I did not get to try these on my trip to San Fran 
while they were still street legal. Updates on the trip coming soon!

San Francisco Health Department has banned La Oaxaqueña Bakery and Restaurant 
from selling their famous grasshopper tacos.

"(Proprietor Harry) Persaud says grasshoppers are a traditional food in his native Oaxaca.
'They're eaten on every street corner in Oaxaca, 
they're sold in all the markets and they've been doing that for decades,' Persaud said.
In fact, Persaud says he gets the grasshoppers straight from Oaxaca, 
along with the mole and the tortillas, to make his food as authentic as possible...
'They want us to get grasshoppers from here, United States,' Persaud said.
Even though Persaud has a permit to import the grasshoppers, 
the health department says the place he is buying them is not FDA approved. 
In fact, they said they do not know of any federally approved source for grasshoppers."