Monday, November 23, 2009

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Lesson of the Week

Giant Squid
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Cephalopoda
Family: Architheustidae

Their main predators are sperm whales

Saturday, November 21, 2009


Was rereading one of my old graphic novel books and I came across the Maakies section. Not only are the graphics legit but the jokes are on point. Takes a lot for me to laugh ou. Check it out: Maakies.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Zebra shark? Tiger shark?

Leopard shark in progress

"under Thresher" Just for jokes.

Fresh ideas.

Well there's nothing to lose and nothing to prove when I'm dancing with myself.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Out of The Zoo

Tiger Money Shot

ZOO-ology: the study of ZOOS

Venice Locos

Pat Ngoho's new stickers are legit. Great change of pace in a DTA ; Rogue Status infested area. For those of you who don't know Pat Ngoho's a local skater and artist. You've probably spotted him shredding the new skate park. I'm stoked to see he's keeping things fresh. I'll have to make sure he gets a OFTB shirt when they're finally made.

To gain some knowledge visit: Santa Monica Airlines.

Hardly Working

Pocket Idea:

order Crocodilia

So I'm sitting in class today learning about reptiles and all I can think about is this little French kid saying crocodile. So great.


Crocodile claw back scratcher. Mr. Tarvyd has the best specimens.

Just some fun facts:
Phylum Chordata
Subphylum Crocodilia
-Marine crocodile is Crocodylus porosus and they can be found up to 50 miles out to sea. How fucking scary would it be to be swimming along and have a twenty foot crocodile pop out of the water. It is also a fact that they are man eaters. No thanks to seeing that beast in the wild.
- Crocodiles are the ones with skinny snouts, and alligators have the fatter snouts.
- The number one health hazard in Zimbawe is crocodiles. Stay away from lakes and rivers there.

The class red tail boa.
Phylum Chordata
Order Squamata

Friday, November 13, 2009

Where is Foxy?

Little man AJ and Foxy. Some Things just make your day.

Lesson of the Week

-Diatoms are one of the oceans producers or the bottom of the food chain.
- They make their energy from sunlight. That's right photosynthesis.
-They are like two glass (SiO2) dishes put together with an oily glycerin filling.
- Diatoms can't swim they use their glycerin to change bouncy.
Figure 1:
Diagram of a Diatom the green filling is glycerin.
Figure 2:
A chain of diatoms photosynthesizing.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Out of the Blue

Someday I hope to have a great line of t-shirts, but for now I have this crappy blog. Until things start to get really rad this is just the way things will have to be. I promise not to post until i have something good to speak about.