April 26, 2012

Dog surveillance

They have replaced the dog.

With a fake dog?!?!?!?!?!?

I hope the li'l guy is OK!


For a playboy.


Pilfering instinct

This morning as I was rifling through the laundry pile looking for my yoga clothes, I heard a loud jingling from the pocket of Greg's pants.

I thought "AW YEAHHHHH," and I immediately snatched the coins and stuffed them in my pocket.

I am not sure why, ezzackly—I JUST WANTED THEM.

Later I gave them to a panhandler on the subway.


"You really know how to live," said Greg.

(I do love prunes.)

April 24, 2012

Last night

First this:

Then this:

Freaky scene, man.

April 23, 2012

Literary reference

If you have read The Worshipful Lucia, by E. F. Benson, you will know why I laughed when I saw this bottle at an art opening on the weekend.

April 22, 2012

Greg's studio

I basically love it.

He's been making bird drawings!

April 21, 2012

New friend

 Hi buddy.

Sorry I dropped you.

Spotted last night

That is correct.

R. Batman.

Found today

A very cool piece of ephemera in a Fall 1984 Mad Magazine!

My friend Pat gave me a stack of old Mads, and I have been reading them all—it's quite a trip. I used to read my brother's when I was a kid.

Pat buys them online; he uses the fold-outs on the inside back covers to make awesome little paintings.

April 20, 2012

He looked nice

But he did not want to talk to me.


I forgot!

I got this bracelet at the Lutheran Church too.

Also one buck. Also awesome.


Why did I not buy these??

April 18, 2012

Found on the street

This amazing Eames chair!

I cleaned it up and was totally going to sell it. But then I put this cushion in it . . . and it looks so good!

Now I have to keep it.

April 17, 2012


Ideally, for every meal.

I might need a new blog just for eggs pictures?

Fake out

Not. Cool.

April 16, 2012


I went around on my bike gathering items.

From the junk room of a Lutheran Church:

Life of Johnson! Set in two columns.

With a surprise:

One awesome dollar.

Also one dollar:

"Mom" jeans.

This book (a first edition), also a dollar:


Then I picked up some coffee, so Sunday morning wouldn't be sad.

And last but not least, a stop at the local artisanal butcher:

That is correct, six slices of bacon for $6.47.

And the best thing, not purchased but pilfered:

It was on a spider plant at the butcher shop...

April 13, 2012



Yes, you can spy on it.

AND enhance the spy images.

Quick Shines

Use it on a white shag rug, if possible.



Completely indifferent to our approach.


Mauled velvet wolf painting.