Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Frances and her pet rabbit: UPDATE!

Thanks to Ilan for giving me the extra push needed to find this magical video online:

THAT RABBIT IS AMAZING AND I WANT ONE. No more of this wussy getting my own crayons from the table. Also, that dress? Better than I imagined.

In related news someone just straight up peed on the floor of the cage like litterboxes don't exist. Time to trade up.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Moving on...

...from cats with no faces- here is a painting by an artist I really like, Alexis Rockman. It's called The Farm:

I thought of this painting last week, and I couldn't remember the artist's name, so I was googling such things as "Pig with organs outside it's body", "Quadruple tomato", and "square cow". None were successful, though the pig one led to some bad images. WHICH I'M NOT SHARING, YOU'RE WELCOME.

Also, no one commented on this picture I posted earlier, but I have it as my desktop, and I've compiled a list of things that I like about it:

- that haircut
- bulletin board with her name on it
- the name Frances, in general
- rabbit sitting on the goddamn table
- the look on that rabbit's face
- striped shirt with a white collar
- crayons strewn about the table like she doesn't give a fuck
- using the crayons with an expression like she seriously gives a fuck

This is a movie still from an educational film from the 50's about Frances and her pet rabbit. I WANT IT SO BAD, but it's only sold in a pack with 10 other educational films for $60. I don't want to deal with all the extra nonsense.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009


I'm sorry if I give you nighmares about Chase the No Face cat, but I can't suffer alone.

Also, check out the comments. People aren't messing around about the "my cat has a blog" thing.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

hi I'm at work being a slacker

So when I come out to San Diego now, people mention that I look like I've lost weight. I always think "Hmm, why would I have? My life is, if anything, more sedentary than when I lived over here and made an effort to leave my desk chair."

But this just happened in the R&D Kitchen at work:

Me: (Wandering around looking for food.) "Hey Matthew have you guys made any more cookies?"

Matthew: "No, we're just about to make some. Want some of this cookie dough?" (Offers lump of chocolate cookie dough the size of my fist.)

Me: YES.

OK GOT IT. Working from home: A good way to not stuff gobs of raw cookie dough into your hungry little face.