Friday, March 30, 2007

Flatulence Underwear

No, this is not an early April Fool's Joke. They really do sell special underwear for people with bad flatulence. They look funny. They're definitely not sexy looking.

Thursday, March 29, 2007


Jesus--Final Fantasy VII style. It's funny if you've played FF VII on the Sony Playstation before. Da Vinci would have laughed. He was always putting hidden meanings in his artwork, so he probably would have liked this parody too. Jesus' Last Supper jokes--right in time for Easter. Or should I say Eostre for the pagan holiday celebrating the goddess of spring and life? Click on the pictures to see the gif animations. For some reason they're not loading on this page properly.


This is what Microsoft does to your files. Click on the picture to see it animated.

Global Warming Signs

Ronald reclaims his throne as King of Burgers.

Bloons

Try playing this lil' fun game of popping balloons with darts. It's harder than you think. Each level introduces new items and challenges. Can you complete all 50 levels? Report your scores in my Comments section.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007


Real life Dukes of Hazzard and The General Lee

Boss Hogg driving the General Lee

Old Daisy Duke driving the General Lee

Lamborghini Miura

A classic

Josh inspecting the engine

Ferrari

Classic Ferrari racecar

Ferrari 328

Morgan wearing a belt

Classic Ford Thunderbird

Callaway Corvette C16

Ford GT

GTP car

Vintage prototype GTP racecar

Hoppin' Cadillac with hydraulics

Audi TiTty

Hotrod

BMW Z8

What's smaller than a Mini? This car.

Modern remake of a classic 'Vette

Porsche Carrera GT

Porsche Turbo

James Bond's car

Mercedes SLR

Lamborghini Murcielago

Aston Martin DB9

F430

Ferrari F430 and F360


Cool Cars

Shelby Cobra

Original Shelby 427 Cobra signed by Carroll Shelby himself

Ferrari Testarossa

911 Turbo

Porsche Carrera 911 (997) Turbo

Inside the Bull's cockpit

Lamborghini Diablo VT

Cars and Coffee


At the Cars and Coffee exotic automobile show in Irvine.

This is the new location of the exotic car show. It was previously held in Crystal Cove before they got kicked out by complaining residents.

It's held every Saturday from about 7:00 am to 9:00 am. The location is 7905 Gateway Blvd., Irvine, CA 92618.

Check out www.autoworksphoto.com for more details.

What Kind of Car Are You?

Take this short and simple test to see what kind of car you would be. The quiz says that I am a Corvette. Not bad!

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Brotherhood Of Organized Bicyclists Society

If anyone wants to join my cycling club, B.O.O.B.S. (The Brotherhood Of Optimistic Bicyclists Society), let me know. We usually ride on Saturday mornings. It's not just limited to brothers. We're an equal opportunity organization. Women are welcome too.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007



World Famous Jazz Players


At the grand opening


Sarah at the book cafe's grand opening.

Shim's Book Cafe is in Koreatown Los Angeles. It's on Wilshire near Commonwealth. It's across from the Superior Court and Lafayette Park and by the Southwestern School of Law.

The address is:

Shim Book Cafe
2960 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, Ca 90010
(213) 365-9345


Iris preparing for the Grand Opening of her husband's book cafe.


Shim Book Cafe's Grand Opening. Saturday, March 17, 2007. Sarah and I went to Woon Jung's book cafe and had a great time. It's pretty nice there. There are Korean and English books. They gave out free coffee and tea for the grand opening. Sarah really likes their Strawberry Pineapple Well Being Juice. They also had world famous jazz players at the event. It got pretty packed later on.

On Sunday, we went to the Glendale Classic Car Show. Unfortunately, we forgot to put the battery back in the camera. So, there are no pictures to show. It's amazing how people get these cars to run for so long. There are tons of people who don't keep a car for more than 4 years.


Sarah and her coworker

Friday, March 16, 2007

Starbucks Has Too Much Caffeine

I drank too tall cups of Starbucks coffee yesterday and I was totally wired all day and all night long. I couldn't even sleep. I kept tossing and turning in bed. After midnight I decided that I had had enough and I just went to work after that. I biked to work and got there at around 1:30 am. It was a little bit foggy, but there weren't too many cars. I took a different route than my usual. I took First Street, but that sucked because there was too much construction and the roads sucked.

I finally started getting really tired after sunrise. It's weird how my body naturally gets sleepy when the sun comes up. I'm kinda like a vampire that way. Plus the fact that I have sun and heat allergies make me even more so. I need to stay away from the sun as much as possible if I can help it.

I was so tired I kept drinking even more coffee to keep me awake. It's funny how I had to drink the substance which put me in this problem in the first place. One of my coworkers said that Starbucks has about four times the amount of caffeine than other coffee. He said don't be surprised if Starbucks gets sued for something like this. I wouldn't be considering how people sue McDonald's for having too much fat in the burgers these days.

I was so tired and absent-minded I forgot to bring my camera for the St. Patrick's Day parade in Downtown Los Angeles. I met a former co-worker at Pershing Square. It was nice seeing her again. A bird almost pooped on me while I was talking with her. I saw bird poop land inches away from me. I kinda felt some wet mist too.

When I was biking home, I was doing a track stand at the intersection waiting for the light to turn green. One young lady yelled out her car, "You've got an awesome talent!" After hearing that, I felt really good.

I'm getting less honks from cars on my time trial bike than when I was riding my mountain bike. Maybe, it's because I'm going faster or maybe I'm cycling so crazy that cars are watching out for me. Either way, the less honks the better for my bike rage syndrome. I've still had several close calls when cars and buses come within inches of hitting me from the side. Can't drivers give cyclists some room? Is it so hard to brake, slow down, and pass while giving bicyclists enough room on the road? Do drivers feel that they can just zoom past us like bikers don't belong on the road or something? Aside from that accident caused by that stupid bus driver last week, cycling has been better on my road bike than on my mountain bike in general. Knock on wood. Amazingly, I haven't had any flats while commuting either. I thought I'd be getting a whole bunch more compared to when I was riding my mountain bike. I got like a flat once a week riding, because of all those nails and glass on the side of the road. Maybe, it's because my road bike tires are blade thin, they pick up less nails and glass.

Thursday, March 15, 2007