• RX-7 Lust

    So far, I’ve been pretty good at hiding any emotion of regret from selling my RX-7. Well, I think I may be going through withdrawals and I can’t hide it anymore… My cursed pattern has been to work and build on something, and then sell it. I should have kept the RX-7. I should have […]

    One response June 3, 2012
  • Bars on Bars

    This does not compute.

    No responses May 31, 2012
  • 1965 Alfa Romeo 1600 GTA

    It is common nowadays for people to inappropriately associate modifying a car as “building” it. In essence, modifying a car is simply changing parts around with aftermarket doodads and giving it a personal touch. Even a high-school kid with a 20 year old Japanese, 2-door compact can do it. I feel that it is more […]

    No responses April 7, 2012
  • Stephen Colbert Interviews Neil deGrasse Tyson

    This interview is filled with great subject matters and dynamic discussion. You might think an hour and a half is too long to spend on one interview, but if you’re like me, you’ll end up thinking it was too short once it’s over.

    One response April 1, 2012
  • Rich Dad Poor Dad

    In an effort to spend less time in front of a screen and more time behind paper & text, I bought a few books to keep me occupied. The King books are for light, entertainment reading which I’ll get to later. Rich Dad Poor Dad was for me to try and learn something, and I […]

    No responses March 26, 2012
  • OMC – How Bizarre

    The 90’s was indisputably the best era, ever. I may just be biased, but life was good back then. I am reminiscing about being a kid and not having a care in the world. This was still before the dot-com bubble/internet boom, a time when people did things. Want to download a song? Wait for […]

    One response March 5, 2012
  • Swedish Thinking

    I’ve been quietly searching around for a backup/beater car. More specifically, either a Saab 900 or a Volvo 240. For some reason, I find these quirky Swedish cars to be classy and refined. My preferences in cars and my philosophy in general on life is continually evolving. Some say this is called getting old. When […]

    2 responses March 2, 2012
  • The Blastolene Story

    This is real craftsmanship, building with your hands and skills to create true works of innovation. Having a workshop to yourself would be a great way to retire.

    No responses February 19, 2012
  • How to Play Battlefield 3 Like a Boss

    I’m intrigued by the fact that Battlefield 3 has held my attention for so long. Usually when I play through something, I move on. The fun when repeating a task dramatically tapers off. When it came to this game, however, there is just so much to do and it’s not easy to master. Like everyone […]

    No responses February 8, 2012
  • Ntwadumela, He Who Greets with Fire

    This Hyena slaying lion is so bad ass. Definitely has one of the coolest names ever (apparently also more phonetically spelled “Eetwidomayloh”). He comes out of no where and decides to just kill the matriarch of the Southern Clan hyenas. Then when the matriarch gets replaced with another, he kills the her too. Clip is […]

    8 responses February 2, 2012
  • Just Relax

    This is what my BMW’s completely stock interior looks like: Under luxury car standards, it is considered to be quite sedate and even bland. However, this 135i overall still has a level of refinement that is unseen or remotely comparable by my previous Japanese cars. The ride quality is sporty and firm, but at the […]

    No responses January 29, 2012
  • The “Ultimate” Hamburger… WHAT?!

    This just goes to show that there are perfectionists and extreme enthusiasts in every activity. The cuisine arts are not my forte, I’ve always been open minded with what I eat, as long as it is delicious. But seriously, trying to break down how to make a HAMBURGER into a science is just ludicrous. Perhaps […]

    No responses January 12, 2012