Archive for March, 2009

The Douche-iest of the Larouche

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

My apologies for posting so many “flyers” or “events” lately and not posting anything really interesting to read.  Moving studios at the moment and catching up on lots of work.  Anywho, most of you will probably already have seen this, but the Douche Larouche MC is up to it again…. check the flyer.  Be back shortly snugglemuffins.

black list

Friday, March 27th, 2009

I hope they pass this. Then black is going to be even more awesome. Illegal black leopard.

via TechCrunch

Eldorado tonight

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

Another excuse to drink– Like you really need it….

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

The homey Danny of Lovewright is having a shindig this Friday for the release of his spring collection. Bring your ass down and have some drinks…


Friday, March 20th, 2009

I understand the ethos of DIY.  Why pay when you can do it yourself?  And you just feel that much more of a “man” when you DIY.  There is much truth in that school of thought.  But maybe, just maybe, it’s best to actually learn the craft and maybe do some perfecting of it and then execute with whatever said DIY project.  OR if you can’t wait, just fucking pay for someone that is QUALIFIED to do it.  Otherwise, you just end up with massive epic fails.  Dunno…. just my two cents…..


YAH HOLMES! Glowing red hot turbos underneath the seats. Yah guy.

And the most epic of them all– “Genuine 304 Stainless” tubing.  But of course!  Don’t even get me started on the merge collector…


drum machine

Friday, March 20th, 2009

The internet can be wonderful place.

found at bad motorcycles for bad people. Stole the title too. I’m not that witty.

Reflex feature article for Truckin magazine

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

world of video

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

Keep It Classy Bakersfield… Whatever that means…

Friday, March 13th, 2009

Bit of a late post. The crew rounded up last weekend and we hit the road due north to check out the Nostalgia Drags at Famoso Raceway in “wonderful” Bakersfield. Good times overall, despite the lack of certain real “nostalgic” drag cars. Wanted to see a lot more gassers and such, but there were a fair amount of front engine dragsters, which was pretty cool. Definitely a lot of altered and pro modified type cars. Anywho, you can’t beat ice cold Budweisers with your brothers, the smell of rubber, the sting of nitro in your eyes and Earlyman pumping from the speakers (no, not at the strip). Oh and the road whores were plenty, getting ready to get Havasu drunk. Good times.

who r u?

Friday, March 13th, 2009

lifted from the BDAC