Monday, November 30, 2009

New Digs.

Congrats Rob!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Friday, November 20, 2009

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Funky Fridays #64.

We will return back to our normal programming in about a week. Happy Thanksgiving.

Mini Mac.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

In And Out Serves Chile Peppers?!

Skaka Bruddah.

In a few days this will become more & more funny. And for the second time in my life, I won't be mistaken for being Mexican. Maybe I'll land that dream job @Sunglass Hut and work on my mustache.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Spoon Sports Lego.

Ninja Ass.

Might have to catch this flick to satisfy the kid in me that would watch Kung Fu Theatre every Sat afternoon @3pm. I'd get all hopped up on cereal, jump off the couch and karate kick the couch cushions across the room during every training session montage & final battle. Hi-Yah!

Pat Your Weave.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Life Lessons.

Close or Hit the Bricks.

Go Pac Man!

Manny Pacquiao reps for us crazy Flips. 12 Round Battle with Cotto with two knock downs. Peep the Nike Heat. Ha!


Sean Cliver from the Disposable Vintage Skate Deck fame now has a Blog Kit. More extreme nerdery.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Drug Money.

I'm in the wrong business.

Adventure Team.

Saturday, November 07, 2009

Canyon of Heroes.

Headed down to the Ticker Tape Parade to celebrate with my fellow Yankee fans. I had no idea what I was getting myself into.

The definition of MOBB DEEP.

Popped out of the train to a sidewalk that was 20-30 people deep on the sidewalk! Of course I had no signal on my iPhone, so meeting up with everybody was not going to happen. Miraculously, I did find Jillian who perched along the fence at the corner of Broadway and Chambers. Great spot to watch the floats turn the corner towards City Hall.

Jay-Z decided to come chill for the day. Is there a ZOOM lens camera app? It was sick to see all the players during the parade, cheer on our team, and heckle all the retards who decided to show up wearing the colors of our rival teams. It wasn't uncommon to hear an "asshole" chant every few and see a red hat flying. People were perched on every available platform from scaffolding, walk/ don't walk signs, and on barricades. Just a sea of blue and pinstripes.

The crowds were unruly, of course, and people were passing out, freaking out from all the pushing & basically losing it- from feeling trapped on our one block that only allowed very infrequent exit access because of the passing floats. So as more and more people would come out of the subway , the more the pressure would build. There were a couple of fellow claustraphobics that risked arrest by jumping over the fence were were perched on because they couldn't deal with the crowds. Why come to the parade, holmes? Sorry to all those people trying to go to work or thinking this was a great day to get their downtown tourist on. Stoops! It was retarded to hear that people went downtown as early as 3am to get prime spots along the route for the 11am parade and there were almost 2 million fans there for the madness. Craze!

It was super fun to cheer, yell and celebrate our heroes, but after the last float, we were eager to peace out and get our grub on.

Passed by the small banks on our way to the train to Brooklyn. R.I.P. So sad to hear Flushing Park and the Big Banks falling to a similar fate. Thanks for all the new skateparks, but please let us keep our natural skateparks.

People hate on Grimaldi's for being a tourist attraction, but you can't really beat the simplicity and consistency of their Margherita slice. Killer every time.

Just check out the perfection of that upskirt. Can't front on that.

Great way to end the day. Thanks NY & Yanks & Fans for a memorable day. Let's hope we win another one soon. Only 96 days until pitchers and catchers. Go Yanks!

Friday, November 06, 2009

Thursday, November 05, 2009


It was a brutal end of the season battling the Sox to secure their 40th Pennant, fighting the Twins to play the Angels who had beaten us all year to play the returning Champions, The Phillies in an incredible 6 game series to bring their 27th title back to the Bronx to christen the new Stadium. After not winning a title in almost 10 years, and not even making it to the playoffs last year, it was incredible to witness my team claim the World Series Champion Title and hold my head up high as a fan. Go Yanks! See you Friday in the Parade!

MVP of the game, Hideki Matsui. It was great to see such an incredible performance in possibly his last year as a Yankee. As a free agent, it will be sad to see possibly Godzilla go, but what a way to go out.

On a short 3 days rest, Petitte pitched a gem of a game against a powerful line up of hitters. It was great to have Petitte return as a Yankee from Texas and help bring home the win in Game 6.

At almost 40 Mariano Rivera showed why he's still one of the best closers in the game. "Gotta Go To Mo".

Big thanks to the Yanks for helping us get through a rough year. With everything under the sun to complain and worry about, it was always nice to come home to watch the Yankees play to take my mind off the problems of the world. It was great to finally win after so long, but I'll miss coming home night after night with a slice and beer to watch the Game. See you in the spring.