August 2004
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Month August 2004

Supporting Women’s Beach Volleyball

The Rasterbator strikes again. Liz and I did some decorating for Jeremy.

The Real Rainier Beer Bear

I want this job

Plus, working on the 16th floor of the Rainier Tower would be sweet.

I like my…

It’s time for this again. I like my women like I like my Olympics… …ancient and naked …in Greece …covered by Bob Costas …full of American gold How do you like yours?

National Broadcasting Crap.

As some people have already voiced, NBC is doing a splendidly awful job with their Olympics coverage. I whole-heartedly agree that the announcers butchered Bjork’s performance at the opening ceremonies by talking over the entire thing. We could very well see and hear what was going on, so stop fucking describing it! And now today’s […]

Close-ups of Ken’s Car

Yesterday I had the pleasure of seeing Ken‘s new car, up close and personal, so I thought I’d share some of what I saw:

The Guard

Some details on the guard position: In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu when a fighter is on their back and has their opponent between their legs they are said to be in the guard position. The guard is one of the most intricate and unique positions in all of jiu-jitsu. The guard has the potential to be utilized […]

Backlit Face


Finally got back to it and did a quick short for the Plastic theme on WeeklyDV this week. I call it Pop, and you can watch it here (:40, 10mb).

Judging it like it is

Thanks to Andrew‘s recent birthday, he is now the proud owner of City of Heroes, a massively-multiplayer online game where you play as a superhero of your own creation. We’ve had a lot of fun with it in the past couple weeks, and tonight was no exception. We gave birth to the City of Heroes […]

Its a bird! Its a plane! No, its really a plane.

This weekend marked Seattle’s annual Low-Flying Jets Scare the Crap Out of Everyone Festival, otherwise known as Seafair, where the Blue Angels perform over Lake Washington (oh, and those silly jet boat races happen too). In addition to their exciting aerial maneuvers, the Navy’s Blue Angels are also well known for these tricks on the […]

Scots Wa’ Hae

Went to the Seattle Scottish Highland Games on Sunday and enjoyed the piping, drumming, dancing, caber tossing, food, beer and sun. Ever wonder what more than 300 pipers and drummers marching and playing Scotland the Brave in unison looks like? Check out this video I took (6mb avi). How about what a caber toss looks […]