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You bring the cubes, we destroy them.

You bring the cubes, we destroy them.

Awesome: Printing and framing life size photo you took of your roommate.
Awesomer: Finding out it’s his birthday and - WHAT - you already got him a present.

Awesome: Printing and framing life size photo you took of your roommate.

Awesomer: Finding out it’s his birthday and - WHAT - you already got him a present.

Yeah. You see that? Neighbors got some new shelves.

Yeah. You see that? Neighbors got some new shelves.

Here’s a daytime shot of our previously mentioned neighbors. Still a lot of the yard you can’t see, but just extrapolate this image outward in your imagination. It’s all pretty much like this.

Here’s a daytime shot of our previously mentioned neighbors. Still a lot of the yard you can’t see, but just extrapolate this image outward in your imagination. It’s all pretty much like this.

Alright so here’s the scoop. Our next door neighbors are WEIRD. Nice people for sure, but fucking weird. Honestly this will have to be on ongoing series of posts but right now let’s concentrate on this picture I took last night.
For the last month, someone (not sure who) has been living in this tent in their backyard. Their backyard was already packed completely full of shit (I’ll post some daytime pics later - EDIT: here), and I have always suspected the small RV in the back corner was a meth lab but I think maybe I just watch too much Breaking Bad.
Anyways, here’s the thing. That’s not a person living in that tent right there. That’s a family. There is at least one child, if not two, AND A DOG living in that tent, along with the two parents. Still - not even the craziest thing! The craziest thing is they started living in there the day that insane heat wave started. Anyone who has ever been camping knows tents for some unexplainable reason get ungodly hot inside, even when it’s kinda cold outside. It was over a hundred degrees every day for the first week they were in there. But they stuck it out. Still holdin’ strong a month later.
Don’t worry though. See how it’s lit up? That’s not a lamp. It’s a big screen tv. So they’re fine.

Alright so here’s the scoop. Our next door neighbors are WEIRD. Nice people for sure, but fucking weird. Honestly this will have to be on ongoing series of posts but right now let’s concentrate on this picture I took last night.

For the last month, someone (not sure who) has been living in this tent in their backyard. Their backyard was already packed completely full of shit (I’ll post some daytime pics later - EDIT: here), and I have always suspected the small RV in the back corner was a meth lab but I think maybe I just watch too much Breaking Bad.

Anyways, here’s the thing. That’s not a person living in that tent right there. That’s a family. There is at least one child, if not two, AND A DOG living in that tent, along with the two parents. Still - not even the craziest thing! The craziest thing is they started living in there the day that insane heat wave started. Anyone who has ever been camping knows tents for some unexplainable reason get ungodly hot inside, even when it’s kinda cold outside. It was over a hundred degrees every day for the first week they were in there. But they stuck it out. Still holdin’ strong a month later.

Don’t worry though. See how it’s lit up? That’s not a lamp. It’s a big screen tv. So they’re fine.

Let’s get our asses to mars.

Let’s get our asses to mars.

Tagged with:  #penthouse penthouse
I have awesome things in store for you giant square piece of wood I bought at Menard’s today.

I have awesome things in store for you giant square piece of wood I bought at Menard’s today.

So I might have never mentioned this, but like a month and a half ago I went to go to sleep in my bed (which is lofted), and taped to my ceiling, a foot from my face, was the story of The Expressionless. Cody had, of course, put it there.
So then a few days later we went to try out our new rasterbator software, just to make sure it worked, and Cody decided (without my knowledge) that the image to test it should be The Expressionless. If it was terrifying bite-sized, it was life-threatening at 4 feet tall.
We put it up on the wall cuz, why not. Many a girl (and guys too, really) have felt uncomfortable in our living room ever since.
Now I had become completely immune to it after it being there for so long, but for the last 5 days all 3 of my roommates have been gone and well, it started getting to me again.
So, Dolan.

So I might have never mentioned this, but like a month and a half ago I went to go to sleep in my bed (which is lofted), and taped to my ceiling, a foot from my face, was the story of The Expressionless. Cody had, of course, put it there.

So then a few days later we went to try out our new rasterbator software, just to make sure it worked, and Cody decided (without my knowledge) that the image to test it should be The Expressionless. If it was terrifying bite-sized, it was life-threatening at 4 feet tall.

We put it up on the wall cuz, why not. Many a girl (and guys too, really) have felt uncomfortable in our living room ever since.

Now I had become completely immune to it after it being there for so long, but for the last 5 days all 3 of my roommates have been gone and well, it started getting to me again.

So, Dolan.

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This video was supposed to go up about a month ago. Sorry for the delay. If you follow this blog you no doubt know about Cody and I’s bet.   Just watch the video, its not long.

ps. I actually did finish this video a month ago. Then I totally forgot about it. The only reason I remembered to post this is because I happened to see that Final Cut Pro was running in my dock. I opened it and this was sitting there. Which means I had FCP running in the background on my computer FOR A MONTH. Guess that explains my shitty battery life.