Extra Crispy, please!


Crispy Phoenix, a writer in desperate need of work but willing to write about it.   I don’t write a candle to her, and I find writing blogs to be as tedious as emails (which in fact some of my posts ARE emails…).   So I have to admire the pluck of this chick who rolled the dice and landed in Tinseltown, beating the streets with keystrokes and wit.  She’s a smart girl, got her MBA and feeling a little gypped by the whole cost of the thing.    Crispy, like most intelligent people, is expecting that the investment in her education ought to get her that job, the one that makes her dream of being a successful Hollywood writer possible.   Keep the lights on, write her ass off and be proud of her projects.  But she’ll be running on empty soon because this is the third highest unemployment state in the nation and she hasn’t landed yet.  It just sucks. (Crispy, been there kid…eating Jack Mackerel in a can and sleeping on the floor?  Mine may just trump YOUR situation, but let’s not go into the 1980’s cocaine days.)

I’d say if there’s anybody out there that wants a smart, funny writer who doesn’t mind not being one once in awhile, you really oughta check Crispy Phoenix out….she could use the bucks to keep her dream alive and I can truly relate to that.

 

 

 

You touched it, didn’t you?? Glad you did anyway….


..because when I linked from my other site http://photoshack.com (coppermine image hosting) I used a button labeled “DO NOT TOUCH”! hoping that the curious will do that. I would like to have some additional company here on the blog; a harmless trick I hope you will enjoy regardless 🙂

At least you can see this performer with his guitar from the PhotoShack album MK Summer Festival Lucca 2010!
Lucca Festival 2010

Chalk Guy is back…amazing


Courtesy of Molten Chaos Studios….

CHALK GUY IS BACK…AMAZINGScroll down to the bottom and ENJOY!

Hard to believe that these are drawn on a FLAT sidewalk surface.

Street Artist’s…..newest creations
Edgar Mueller Super Artist


Great Crevase Edgar Mueller. Hard work: Together with up to five assistants, Mueller painted all day long from sunrise to sunset.

The picture appeared on the East Pier in Dun Laoghaire , Ireland , as part of the town’s Festival of World Cultures.


He spent five days, working 12 hours a day, to create the 250 square metre image of the crevasse, which, viewed from the correct angle, appears to be 3D. He then persuaded passers-by to complete the illusion by pretending the gaping hole was real. ‘I wanted to play with positives and negatives to encourage people to think twice about everything they see,’ he said. ‘It was a very scary scene, but when people saw it they had great fun playing on it and pretending to fall into the earth. ‘I like to think that later, when they returned home, they might reflect more on what a frightening scenario it was and say, “Wow, that was actually pretty scary.”


Mueller, who has previously painted a giant waterfall in Canada, said he was inspired by the British ‘Pavement Picasso’ Julian Beever, whose dramatic but more gentle 3D street images have featured in the Daily Mail.