Sunday, September 07, 2008

The Purging

Now that I no longer have a car, I find myself fiddling with my phone a lot more. This is because I often find myself bored at a bus stop or train station, or I fiddle with it to avoid eye contact with homeless people as I walk to work. The other day I noticed that my photo memory was nearly full, so I realized I need to cull some of the photos. Before I do that, however, I would like to immortalize some of them on this blog.

I had about four billion pictures of my cat, but this one was the cutest:

I found this note stuck in a bible at church on Christmas Eve last year:

This what my car looked like after the accident:

These next two pictures are from my indoor garden (an eggplant and a strawberry, respectively):

Because I have a really juvenile sense of humor, I had to take these next two photos. The first one I took at metro station and the second one at a grocery store:

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the world's gayest doughnut:

Now this following picture represents the pinnacle of assholery:

I posted this picture on craiglist, along with his license plate number and a short description of how I saw the driver rape a nun while giving the finger to the American flag.

This picture of an incredibly useful and insightful poster was taken at a warehouse bathroom:

Once upon a time I got really bored at a meeting, so I drew a picture of my cat with a black belt in karate, nunchucks, and a beer:

This is what my cat looks like in real life: