Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Nature in Houston

Great Blog about Nature walks in Houston, as well as information on just about any park, walking trail, bike trail in Houston.

Houston Nature Walk Blog

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Pirates of the Carribean

Got rained out at Reggaefest, so the cute girl I was with went to see Pirates of the Carribean 3. Not sure if it was me, but the movie totally sucked. I loved the first one - it was fresh new and different, don't remember watching the second one. And this one totally was not worth watching. I have no more faith in sequels - I haven't seen Spiderman 3, not really looking forward to Die Hard 4 (it's PG-13 btw). So I would avoid it if at all possible.
I'm not sure if Johnny Depp was even acting - looked like he was calling it in. I also couldn't get my brain to recognize the plot. I've got a bunch of spoilers and questions, but I refrain from asking.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

May 19 Galveston Hash Pictures

Galveston Hash

Clicking the picture will take you to my picasa web album where you can see the pictures.

Once you go Mac

Monday, May 21, 2007

hashing in galveston

hashing in seabrook on a most beautiful day. i check google maps and knew it would be a good day when i saw that the start was next to a cemetery. went in a looked around and the earliest grave is saw was 1853, and the most recent was may 15. it was a bit eerie even for me to see a fresh grave and newly created headstone.
several hounds showed up to run who the fuck r u and pearl necklace's trail - heartache, hooter, nice juggs, puke, and tiny bubbles all ran trail. roll model, bare ass burns did not run. trail had everything - water crossings, shiggy, scenic ocean views, pavement, and free beer at the end. beer was provided by lone pint brewery - pearl necklace's brewery. very yummy beer - i think they have free tastings every saturday.

Lone Pint Brewery

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Since I'm in an American Pie Mood

This one's for PImp Doggie Dawg

Mathematical Pi - mp3 file
Mathematical Pi - the video

(or Mathematical Pi to the tune of 'American Pie')

Ken Ferrier and Antoni Chan


A long, long time ago
Long before the Super Bowl and things like lemonade
The Hellenic Republic was full of smarts
And a question resting on the Grecian hearts
Was "What is the circumference of a circle?"
But they were set on rational numbers
And it ranks among their biggest blunders

They worked on it for years
And confirmed one of their biggest fears
I can't be certain if they cried when irrationality was realized
But something deep within them died
the day they discovered pi.

They were thinking

Pi, pi, mathematical pi
3 point 14 15 92
65 35 89 7
932384 62
6433832 7 (not rounded)

Well this kind of pie is different than most
It hasn't got berries, ain't spread on toast
And that's how it's always been
We keep extending its decimal places
Pushing our computers through their paces
But we'll never reach the end

So why the fascination with
A number whose end is just a myth
Whence the adulation
For mental masturbation
It might have something to do with the stars
To calculate distances from afar
But that's just a guess 'bout the way things are
Regarding the precision of pi

I am pondering


Now I feel that I should mention
Pi is applicable in any dimension
At least as far as I know
If there were no Pi we'd be missing things
Like marbles and mugs and balls of string
And sports such as soccer and curling
The orbs in their celestial paths
Navigate along elliptical graphs

Ellipses have pi in them too
Just one side of them has grew
You can see pi in most everything
It's in Cornell's Electron Storage Ring
And also in slinkies and other springs
And that's why it's important to know pi

You should memorize


Once one night I had a dream
That pi was gone and I had to scream
Cause all pi things had disappeared (pause)

Can you imagine a world like that
Circles aren't round and spheres are flat
It's the culmination of everything we've feared

'Twas a nightmare of epic proportions
One that gave me brain contortions
Oh wait! I mean contusions
They put me in some institutions
But then I escaped and now I'm free
To sing of the virtue of pi


Quote to live life

One of the best quotes I've heard in a long time. Truly the way one should live life.

"We must become the change we want to see." -Ghandi

Don McLean's American Pie

The topic of the meaning to Don McLean's American Pie came up last night at the on-on-on. The wikipedia entry is below. At one time I actually knew what each lyric was supposed to refer. But my memory has faded fast.
The short version is this:
Recorded in 1971 and released that year on the album of the same name, the single was a number-one U.S. hit for four weeks in 1972. The song is an allusive history of rock and roll that starts with the deaths of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J. P. Richardson, Jr. (The Big Bopper) in a plane crash in 1959, and ends in 1970.

Wikipedia - Don McLean

Thursday, May 10, 2007

May 25 Star Wars Day

WHEREAS, the epic 1977 space-fantasy film Star Wars, with its simple morality tale of good versus evil "a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away," has become one of the most beloved and acclaimed motion pictures in history, capturing the imaginations of fans worldwide across multiple generations over its thirty-year history; and

WHEREAS, Star Wars and its creator George Lucas initiated a renaissance in the movie industry, helping redefine and advance the ars of cinematic storyelling and motion picture visual-effects technology, inspiring a new generation of moviemakers, writers, artists, and even scientists to pursue their dreams; and

WHEREAS, Star Wars has been honored with scores of international awards, including seven Academy Awards for cinematic excellence, and is entered in the U.S. National Film Registry of the Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically, or aesthetically important" film; and

WHEREAS, Star Wars has been firmly ingrained in the world's popular culture, with its vernacular and characters entered both into the Oxford English Dictionary and common vocabulary, and with frequent reference in entertainment, parody and popular song; and

WHEREAS, members of Star Wars' worldwide fan community have been inspired by its message of heroism and honor to carry out frequent and ongoing chartable and philanthropic acts, unted in their common interest to perorm good works for their local communities while celebrating their affection for Star Wars; and

WHEREAS, Star Wars today celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of its original release, therefore be it resolved that by the adoption of this resolution, Rubbin the Boy Wanker declares May 25th as Star Wars day and also recognizes George Lucas' 1977 film Star Wars for its tremendous impact on the citizenry of Rubbin the Boy Wanker, the film industry and the world, and for continuing to inspire after thirty years milions of people to explore movies, fantasy, literature, and science as means of achieving their goals and dreams.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

another why didn't i think of this moment...

Prefilled ice-trays... I'm not making this up.

Also bling water

Any want to invest in a t-shirt company - similar to tshirthell, but with slogans and images inspired by the minds of hashers. Or if you want to purchase t-shirts Contact me or All Head.

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

my new girlfriends - i get around

My new bass guitars. Recently purchased two Ibanez bass guitars. I really need to stop, but I fell in love with the SRX500 - I love the honey sunburst pattern.
I also purchased the SRX400 for a few bucks. Nice bass - pretty basic, but I love the sound. And the playability is pretty sweet as well. So if you guys don't see me - I'll be in my music room playing with my new toys.

Our latest gigs are at The Sports Station on the following dates:

Jun 29 2007 9:00P
The Sports Station Bar and Grill Houston, Texas
Jul 20 2007 9:00P
The Sports Station Bar and Grill Houston, Texas
Aug 24 2007 9:00P
The Sports Station Bar and Grill

Ibanez SRX500 - Sunburst

Ibanez SRX400

Closeup of SRX500 Sunburst