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Snow, Sea, Sumpin

January 30, 2005 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

I took a quick shot of the new pad in 360 views. Didn’t really jazz the photo up or even mess with camera settings, so the shot is kinda crappy, but you can see how the pad sits on the ocean…Great views!

CLICK TO SEE THE PAD“>CLICK TO SEE THE PAD

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Matters Birthday

January 28, 2005 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

Matters had a birthday…I wasn’t invited so I jumped through his FREAKIN wall!

Matters bday bash
***What a sucker…***

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Split Screen Romance

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It’s been a month…can I have my girlfriend back now? Video chat sucks.

P.S. Check out the FRIGGIN advertisement on the bottom of that chat window…That is hilarious!

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Winter Wonderland

January 24, 2005 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

da new palace
***A view of our new pad, throughly snow covered, from Easton’s Beach. Our cottage sits right on the second cement sea wall to the right almost dead center in this shot. We chill oceanside…***

After two days of being couped up in la casa de amor with nothing but rice, veggies, and Corona, I decided it was time to venture out. I climbed out the font door, which looked like this:

front door of hell

I made it over to the rented TrailBlazer…and wondered how I was gonna get out of the drive? I had about three to four feet of snow piled around the car and no shovel. Show me a challenge, would you please? I kicked the TrailBlazer into 4-Low and rammed the hell out of the snow piles for about four minutes until the SUV made traction on the street side and tore me outta there. I’m gonna need to get a truck again, that was just too easy. As I drove towards Taco Bell I ran accross many a car like this:

snow packed car

I would laugh everytime I passed a scene like that. I have to get it outta me while I can, soon I will have the Jetta back and then I will BE one of those suckers.

I made it to Taco Bell and the grocery store. Bought some goods for hot ham and cheese sandwiches and milk – I’m simple.

The snow is great. I made a snowman and a snow fort. I don’t think you can ever outgrow the fact that snow is extremely versatile and a cheap way to find thrills. Later today, POLAR BEAR PLUNG IN THE ATLANTIC – photos to follow, alongside death certificate reading cause of death as ‘suicide’…

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Blizzard Of 2005

January 23, 2005 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

***UPDATED***

—–Life CHANGING experience #00004—–

The dangers of blizzards is that the high winds make it extremely hard to predict if you may become victim to a ‘BLIZZARD DRIFT’! These phenomenon’s occur when wind speeds pick up rapidly and push snow by the feet to pile up against the nearest solid object the snow comes accross. Many an unsuspecting person has been tragically killed when standing outside and suddenly finding themselves right in the path of one these ‘blizzard drifts’. Not until today has ANYONE ever caught this phenomenon on camera. I was outside enjoying a Corona when all of the sudden the wind picked up. The snow accumlated at my feet, not by the inch, but by the feet. I turned to run, but it was too late. I fell. The patio door was closed and my face pressed firmly against it. The oxygen levels sank in the snow ‘tunnel’ I was able to create. As I drifted in and out of consciousness and my life played out in my mind…all I could keep thinking was,

“How in the hell am I gonna get that beer into my mouth?”“>“How in the hell am I gonna get that beer into my mouth?”

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I seem to be a magnet for natural disasters lately. We are in the middle of a blizzard up in the Northeast and this thing is not messing around. The mayor has been on TV all morning urging people to stay in and also urging schools and businesses not open TOMORROW (It’s only 9a.m.? Sunday).

Before I passed out last night I managed to snap this shot of my back door:

Newport BLIZZARD
***The snow is already a couple feet deep.***

I awoke this morning, a prisoner in my own home…

Morning snow
***A few feet at the back door…and a quick glance out the windows shows more of the same***

But wait. Who uses a back door anyways (no jokes please)? I’ll just head out front…

front door stuck
***Five feet deep aint got nuttin on me***

CLICK TO SEE WHAT I FOUND WHEN CRACKING THE BACK DOOR“>CLICK TO SEE WHAT I FOUND WHEN CRACKING THE BACK DOOR

The house is surrounded with five feet of snow. Sustained winds are 60 mph…they make a huge deal outta the wind speeds on TV. After Hurricane Ivan, 60 mph is a dream. I’m going sledding – LATER

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