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Thursday, September 21, 2006

today's video blog

if I have to pay to halloween parade, i am going to ask for donations for it.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006


I got up way too early today.. What do people do at 8am anyways? It is super nice, so i am going to just set my alarm and sneak in 2 more hours of sleepful bliss.

then I am running some errands.. Should be a productive day. If anyone out there needs me or misses me, text me, cuz I got nothing but free time today..

and that means a nice new video blog from somewhere later..

Monday, September 18, 2006

redesign and fairwell

they had their annual belmar bonfire saturday nite, but we missed it.. here is a little clip from a previous one.

By the way, is going under construciton.. I am trying to make it more focused and organized.. I am shuffling around the photo albums too.. and then as soon as that is done, I am starting the October Magazine, which will also have some slight design changes as well

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

nuts, fucking nutjobs

Fears of revenge attacks on stingrays over Irwin death
found online....

At least ten stingrays have been found dead and mutilated on Australia’s eastern coast in the last week in what conservationists believe could be revenge attacks for the death of Steve Irwin, the popular naturalist and television personality.

Irwin, known by his fans as the "Crocodile Hunter", was killed last Monday when a stingray barb pierced his chest as he filmed a new TV programme off the Great Barrier Reef. His death triggered an outpouring of grief in Australia and among thousands of admirers worldwide.

But now it is feared that fans' mourning has taken a new focus: stingray rage.

The dead stingrays have been discovered on two beaches in Queensland state, where Mr Irwin lived and ran his popular wildlife park, Australia Zoo. Two of the unfortunate rays, discovered today, were retrieved with their tails lopped off, according to local fishery officials.

Michael Hornby, a friend of Mr Irwin and executive director of his conservation group Wildlife Warriors, said he was concerned that the rays, which are usually docile creatures, were being hunted and killed in retaliation for Irwin's death, which he said, would go against everything that the television star had stood for.

"It may be some sort of retribution, or it may be fear from certain individuals, or it just may be yet another callous act toward wildlife," he said.

"We are disgusted and disappointed that people would take this sort of action to hurt wildlife. We just want to make it very clear that we will not accept and not stand for anyone who has taken a form of retribution. That’s the last thing Steve would want."

"Stingrays are beautiful creatures and play an important role for the environment. I hope everyone understands we have to protect wildlife now more than ever. This is what Steve was all about."

Stingrays are usually shy, unobtrusive fish that rummage along the sea bottom for food or burrow into the sand. When stepped on or otherwise frightened, a serrated spine up to 25cm (10 inches) long in the animal’s tail flares up.

The spines emit toxins that can kill small creatures and cause excruciating pain in humans. Few people die from the poison, but the spines can badly tear flesh and the wounds are prone to infections, including tetanus.

Rick Symons, government fisheries manager of animal welfare, said that officials were investigating the matter and warned that offenders could be prosecuted if evidence of cruelty was found.

Wayne Sumpton, from the state fisheries department, said there had been reports of similar incidents in the past after fishermen had inadvertently caught stingrays and cut off their tails to avoid being stung, but such incidents were not common and were not condoned by the authorities.

Meanwhile, Irwin's admirers appear also to be using technology to avenge the death of the daredevil star.

A website has created a game called Terri Irwin's Revenge, depicting the naturalist's wife firing at stingrays underwater. The aim of the game, which is being circulated via e-mail, is to kill as many stingrays as possible without getting hit, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.

However, the game has been receiving mixed responses from online visitors. "We should make it clear, this game is intended to be a memorial and NOT a funny parody," say its creators, who go by the names of Josh Tuttle, -altr- and Onic, on the website

Mr Irwin was buried last week in the grounds of his zoo at a private ceremony after his family turned down the offer of a state funeral. A public memorial service will be held next week.

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Thursday, September 07, 2006

sept 8th

hey guys and gals...

just a fast blog. friday is an emotional day for me.. not every year, but some years and this week was kind of a let down. So I may not be happy bouncing gleny tomorrow. Do me a favor and dont shit on me or give me attitude cuz of it. I am going to work tomorrow and I do have plans to go out friday nite, probably happy hour at bar a for dinner, then who knows where. That was all i had to say. Some people close to me might know why, but most of you dont know. Just trust me. I want it to be saturday as soon as possible

Saturday, September 02, 2006

first video blog

I am starting video blogs.. The new magazine for september is up as well.. check it on the front page of gleny...