I know that these videos are old news, but they are certainly worth watching if you haven’t seen them yet. These videos are from “Ms. Peachez” from from Shreveport, Louisiana. We’ll start with my favorite, “Ms. Peachez in the Tub.” You can find me in the tub, filled with bubbles washin’ my bootie (you hear me!!).
Archive for September, 2008
I don’t have an explanation for this. Just watch it. You won’t be sorry.
If you weren’t already aware, I am totally obsessed with my dog. His name is Shechi and he is the best!
His name, Shechi is part of the Hebrew word for armpit, “Beit Shechi.” I named him Shechi because when I got him he stuck his head in my armpit and in my boyfriend’s armpit and so there was really no other name to give him! About 50% of people think it’s a cute name and the other 50% think it’s disgusting, but I don’t care. I think it’s just swell.
In any case, today I was bored so I made a video of Shechi so that you can see him in action. If nothing else, it will brighten up your day. Enjoy!
Wayne Kusy is a Chicago-based outside artist who builds models of 20th century ocean liners. On first glance there is nothing out of the ordinary about these model ships. However, if you take a closer look you will see that Wayne Kusy’s ships are made entirely out of toothpicks.
For those of you that don’t already know, I LOVE LOVE LOVE stop motion animation. I love to make stop motion animations, I love to think about stop motion animations and I love to look around on YouTube for hours for cool stop motion animations.
I decided to put together a small collection of some of my favorite stop motion animations so here they are!
For years I have been trying to find a good book about philosophy. I have always found the ideas behind different philosophers and philosophical concepts to be very interesting and I’ve wanted to learn more. The trouble is, most books on philosophy are written in such dull language that I couldn’t make it through the first chapter without falling asleep.
Therefore, when Thomas Cathcart & Daniel Klein’s book “Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar” caught my eye in a bookstore in Washington’s Reagan National Airport I just had to get it. “Plato and a Platypus”, a New York Times Bestseller, is a book that is all about understanding philosophy through jokes.