Weirdness
Just some weird things I photographed.



Colored Contacts?
No.  I have naturally blue eyes, but I'm wearing disposable contacts.  One of them is a different brand that changes to a brownish color over the course of the month.  The result is that it makes one of my eyes turn green. 

Eat your heart out David Bowie!



CD-Rs have invaded my roof!!!

At a loss for what to do with all those AOL cds?  Do your part to help reduce global warming!

I couldn't  find with a reasonable use for all the junk cds I get in the mail, find in the streets, and so on.  At the same time, as hot as it gets here in Texas, I sure could use a rooftop that reflected the sun's rays a little better....  This is what I came up with.

Seriously, I have no idea how to even begin to go about calculating how much electricity I shave off my electric bill with this little bit shenanigans, but I would be interested in anyone who can give me a hint!

Update:  As much as I liked the way the cds looked on the nails, it wasn't practical.  Instead, I ran the cds through loops on a string, so now they're hung like a strange variety of xmas lights.

Thanks to my friend Brei for the donation of scores more discs.  I have maybe close to a hundred up there now.

More info on why to cool your roof can be found here.
 


The Worst Tattoo... Ever!
My friend Dominique (aka Domino) took this picture.  She lied and told the guy that, "Omigawd, this is the coolest tattoo I have ever seen!"  He was only too happy to pose for this cute girl, unaware how full of it she was.  I'm only glad I wasn't there because I would never have been able to keep a straight face.

Fork Moo
This was once part of the endoskeleton of a stuffed toy cow.  My friend (a true artist) skinned the thing, added forks for appendages, and drew a face on it. 

Now it is traveling through time to kill John Connors by jumping up and down hysterically while screaming "Moo!  Mooooo!  Moooooaaahhh!" (all of which is activated electronically by the switch to the right).


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