Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Laura Shin, Attorney at Law

I took a picture with Laura, the belle of the ball and the life of the party. Posted by Hello

It's good seeing friends from college again. College was one of the most fun times I've had.

Chris and his homeys

Chris and his buddies, Joe and Matt, were a little camera shy that evening. Chris tries to fake a smile. Joe pretends he's asleep. Matt manages to avoid the picture completely. Posted by Hello

Monday, May 30, 2005

Time to Party! Or Friends Gone Wild

More pics from Laura's party. Man, Chris looks a little too happy in this pic. This picture was provided courtesy of Laura. Posted by Hello

As you can see, my site is a work in progress. I'm adding new junk all the time, so check back often. I'm working on making it more and more better. I'm going to try and make it funnier and more interesting. Some of my humor may be offensive to some people. To them, I say chill out. I keed, I keed. I joke with you.

Dr. Chris Choi, DDS

Chris and me at Laura's party at Meson G's. He's the best homey anyone can have. He's also The best young dentist in town. Check out his neck area in this pic, though. It looks like one major tanline. Man oh man! I keed, I keed. Try to take a little joke. Posted by Hello

Sunday, May 29, 2005

Laura's Bar Passage Party

Here's Unkyu, Chris, Laura, and Stephanie. These are just a few of the several dozens of friends that came out to congratulate Laura on her recent bar passage. Now, she's going to be a fearsome female attorney. This took place on Saturday, May 28, 2005 at Meson G's on Melrose. I arrived at Laura's party late because I was waiting for Chris and his buddies, who wanted to arrive fashionably late. Earlier that day, I watched a double feature of Star Wars and Jet Li's movie, Unleashed, with my other buddy, Seung ("Joshik"). After the movies, I went to Chris' place and we wasted a bunch of time there. Chris spent a lot of time picking out what to wear for the party. I had to leave Laura's party early because I didn't want Sarah to wait up for me.Posted by Hello

Friday, May 27, 2005

Star Wars Gangsta Rap Special Edition

This is one of my favorite Star Wars fan films. Star Wars Gangsta Rap S.E. is awesome and pretty funny. I like to sing the lyrics from time to time. My church kids think the song that I sang to them was "tight". It's a pretty good animated film too.

Here's the link you can cut and paste or you can click on the Title of this Post. Then, when you get to the link page, click on Watch Film on the left side. When it loads, press play. It's definitely worth the 2 min or so loading time.


After that, you can check out the other Star Wars fan films on atomfilms.com. There's some more Star Wars fan films on ifilm.com. If you can't get enough Star Wars like me, you'll appreciate them.

The force was weak with all the other Jedis that died off. They got killed way too easily. I thought Jedis were supposed to be tough to defeat. Apparently, the alien Jedis in Episode III sucked.

Lego Star Wars Episode III

For those of you who can't get enough Star Wars, here's a link to the Lego version of Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick:


It's cute and clever. It's a little different than Episode III.

Triumph Poops on Star Wars Nerds

Here's a link to an old but still hilarious clip of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog pooping on Star Wars Nerds lining up for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. You can cut and paste this link or click on the Title of this Post. That Dog cracks me up.


Watch it and see the hilarity for yourself.

Thursday, May 26, 2005


Yet another Hawaii Honeymoon picture. This is on top of Diamond Head crater overlooking Waikiki. You can check out all the pictures I've saved on my Yahoo Photo Album with this URL: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/davidmkimlaw/my_photos

If it doesn't work then let me know. I'll email you the invite to view my Yahoo Photo Album. That always works. You can view almost all the pictures that I've taken with that link. Maybe, I should have just used that instead of flickr.com. Oh well. Anyway, I love that Baby Pepper T-shirt.Posted by Hello

Seal Beach. A long walk to the water.


Originally uploaded by David M Kim.

I've made it to Seal Beach. I feel like I can bike all over the world. Click on this picture, name of the picture, or my name below to see some more of my pictures on my second flickr.com account. I've made yet another flickr account because I've used up my upload limit on my second account too. Maybe, I need to save my pictures with lower resolution to use up less space. So far I have 3 flickr accounts. I'm sorry the pictures are out of order. I blame it on flickr.com. This one is on www.flickr.com/photos/darthdavid/

Seal Beach.

Seal Beach.
Originally uploaded by David Kim, Esq.

I wish I could bike up and down the entire Pacific Coast. You can click on this picture, the name of the picture, or my name below the picture to access my third flickr.com account. The URL for the third account is www.flickr.com/photos/davidmkimlaw/

Biking by some flower beds along the bike path. Sarah loves flowers. When we get a house, our garden is going to be full of flowers, plants, and trees. Posted by Hello

I had to go through a lot of these scary tunnels. They're pretty fun to go through actually. It's kind of like going on a roller coaster. Watch out for bridge trolls. Posted by Hello

I had a friendly fisherman take a picture of me and my bike on the Seal Beach Pier. Posted by Hello

The Seal Beach Pier. Posted by Hello

The River's End Cafe. Posted by Hello

Finally, I've reached the River's End to Seal Beach.  Posted by Hello

The ride to Seal Beach was another great epic and scenic ride.  Posted by Hello

Bridges of Los Angeles County. Can you see my bike? My bike is in the background of every picture. You have to look hard to find it. Just kidding. Anyway, thanks to Andy Nagai for showing me the path to Seal Beach. It's a great road bike ride. It's part of the same bike path system that I used to go on my previous road bike trips that I've written about below. Posted by Hello

I took this on 5/25/05 on my bike trip to Seal Beach from my place. It was another ride that was over 65 miles round trip. Anyway, what were the restaurant owners thinking? My Dung?!! I'm never going to eat at that place. I'm suprised this restaurant even got a "C". Like I said before, people need to conduct some market research before they finalize the name of their business. This place sounds just as bad as that Vietnamese Pho place, "Pho King".  Posted by Hello

Sunday, May 22, 2005

Mothers are against everything these days. I love violent videogames. I admit that I'm addicted to videogames. I want to stop, but they keep making them better and more fun. It's impossible to stop. Posted by Hello

Friday, May 20, 2005

Interesting Desert Plant/Tree

Although I don't know the name of this plant, it's pretty cool. If you know the name of it, let me know and I'll post it up. There are a bunch of these near the Santa Fe Dam Nature Center. They're pretty tall. Anyway, I uploaded this picture to a new flickr.com account since I've used my entire bandwidth on my other flickr.com account already. My new flickr.com account is: www.flickr.com/photos/darthdavid My first flickr.com account is www.flickr.com/photos/davidmkim You can click on this picture or links below the picture to see more pictures of my bike trip that I've uploaded. This way I can share more pictures without using too much of this blog site's space. Flickr.com only lets me upload about 20 megs a month. Otherwise, I would have to pay for an upgraded account. Forget that.

Resting at the Bosque de Rio Hondo on my way back home.  Posted by Hello

Crystal Lake. I wish you could have been there with me to experience this great bike trip. It was a fantastic ride with lots of great things to see.  Posted by Hello

Water rushing out from the Miller Dam. At this point, I have major saddle sore. I thought I would be young and healthy forever. I just can't believe things go downhill so fast after you reach 30. At least I still look and act young. I wonder how long that will last. Posted by Hello

The Miller Dam. I finally reached my destination. At this point, I'm out of energy. It's a good thing learned my lesson from the last time I rode here last week. I brought snacks to eat and lots of water. The healthier the snack the better, but anything will do at this point. Now that I'm over 30, I'm not in as great shape as I was before. It's tougher now. In my 20's, I just rode up with no problem. I didn't need to bring any snacks. Now, I'll run out of gas and be in a lot of pain on the return trip home. The funny thing about biking is that you keep continuing forward because you're having so much fun. Once you turn around to go back home, you feel really exhausted. Now that I'm old, I get sore all over. Even my balls get numb after a long ride. It's much more difficult now that I'm older, which is why I need even more discipline to work even harder. Posted by Hello

The winding river. This would be a great place to go white water rafting. I don't think they allow it though. I've always wanted to go rafting. I don't see anybody in the river. Anyone want to go white water rafting with me someday? Posted by Hello