Thursday, March 24, 2011

2011 is a VERY delicious year.
Our XMAS Cactus finally bloomed in early February, yielding 2 beautiful flowers.

The picture below that is of the Valentine's dinner Ness & I made w/ tri-tip steaks + sauteed onions & bell peppers, salad, and fingerling potatoes.

The next photo is a random dinner from a couple weeks ago (thank you Bon Appetit) chicken stuffed w/ prosciutto & gruyère, spinich 'n' onions, and of course potatoes. Where would we be w/ out potatoes?

The following 2 photos are at Ange's house in the woods, where he whipped up his famous French stew w/ brisket, carrots, potatoes, and a whole mess of other stuff.

More recently, I had 2 fantastic meals at Amber & Benny's house:
Bacon Cheeseburgers (the beef came from the Parrish farm and the cow that we ate was named "Obama" & BP rubbed Obama in coffee grounds) w/ sweet potato fries, green apple coleslaw, grilled zucchini, & a bunch of other deliciousness + tasty beers and sweet jams like this:

Breakfast was really killer too: buckwheat pancakes, huge slabs of bacon, mango + banana, blueberry compote + whipped cream, w/ roasted home-fries!
BP & AS are the #1 hosts in the nation.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

A crappy stencil I made of Conrad Veidt from the film THE MAN WHO LAUGHS.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Friday, March 11, 2011

"This guy doesn't like George Michael!!! BOOOOO!!!!"

Thursday, March 10, 2011

It's Time for... More Great Quotes by Benjamin Parrish:

- "Eat Shit"
- "Pass the cat nip to the left paw side."
- "Framed for a meow that they didn't commit."
- "Noooooo problem" - (courtesy TCLandos)

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Sunday, March 06, 2011

Friday, March 04, 2011

Dear Joel

It is Black History Month

How about some Olympia Black history for Photo of the Day?


------ Forwarded Message
From: Bret Lunsford
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2011 16:06:48 +0000 (UTC)
To: Calvin Johnson
Subject: Re: rock vs. reagan 1969

Here's the caption for the Capitol steps image attached.

Image shows several armed members of the Seattle Chapter of the Black
Panther Party for Self Defense standing on the steps of the Washington State
Legislative Building, February 29, 1969.

Notes: #4076. On February 28, 1969, a group of Seattle Panthers led by Lt.
Elmer Dixon gathered on the steps of the Capitol in Olympia to protest a
bill that would make it a crime to exhibit firearms "in a manner manifesting
an intent to intimidate others.?ǥ In contrast to a California demonstration,
they did not enter the building and they were not arrested.

(click to enlarge)

Here are a few photographs I took in 2007 with slide film.