Wednesday, July 16, 2014
NO!
SEMIS!
ON ELGIN!

NO!
SEMIS!
ON ELGIN!

Thursday, July 10, 2014
More wagging. Less barking. Professor Elemental
Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Before May 6th, 1953, there was a word for a person whose heart was not beating, and whose lungs contained little to no air.

"Dead" is what they called it.

That was just a bit more than a decade before I was born.

By that definition, July 9th, 2013 was quite literally the first day of the rest of my life.

That morning, at my request, my heart was stopped, my lungs collapsed, that same heart was cut open, my mitral valve was modified, and then the heart was stitched back together, with an additional teflon ring and metal clip contained therein.1

It still dumbfounds me that I am able to sit here and type this.

This morning, my wife greeted me with “Happy Heart Start Day!”.

I’m a pretty lucky one-year-old.


  1. Having my breastbone sawn in half, then wired and clamped back together, was one of the less traumatic things to happen to me that day. 

GPOYW - “How Many Cameras Does This Guy Carry?” Edition

Clockwise, from top: iPad 4th Generation, Samsung Galaxy S4, iPhone 5s.

GPOYW - “How Many Cameras Does This Guy Carry?” Edition

Clockwise, from top: iPad 4th Generation, Samsung Galaxy S4, iPhone 5s.
Friday, July 4, 2014
If your pitch doesn’t end with ‘and the cops can’t do shit’, your startup idea sucks. Tobias Anderrson

(Source: fitzroygsd.com)

Monday, June 30, 2014
Big Five-Oh

Big Five-Oh

The End is nigh

The End is nigh

Monday, June 23, 2014

Obligatory Video Follow-up

Maybe I shouldn’t have participated in the word association study the day after I saw Eddie Izzard.

Maybe I shouldn’t have participated in the word association study the day after I saw Eddie Izzard.

Monday, June 16, 2014
*snicker*

*snicker*