Massive Blog Erection!

It’s Alive!! It’s ALIVE!!

It seems quite auspicious to start a blog on Friday the 13th, so behold the birth of my fantastic new abomination! I’ve brought other blogs online over the years for photography, small business, recipes and mocking Microsoft, just to name a few, but I haven’t actually had one just for myself. Just for that thrill of posting something moronic and foolish that only I would enjoy. Well no longer. Now I have a place to put all those random thoughts, all those odd things that pop into my head during the day and wee hours of the morning, a place to post those unusual pictures I find as I traverse my way across the web. Pictures of odd people, strange cars, unusual places and odd people doing odd things while someone with a camera just happens to look on. Pictures of bacon. And you get to experience it all! Aren’t you lucky!

Fair warning though, this blog carries and R rating, with hints of venturing into that forbidden X zone. Not really, I just wanted to say that. But there will be foul language, potty humor, sexual references, indecent pictures, full frontal nudity (not of me so you’ve got that going for you), terrible jokes, vulgar one-liners, mocking insults, pop culture references, technology bashing, hero worship, computer envy, pictures of my dog, flaming pumpkins and discussions of people you know nothing about. But other than that is should be good clean family fun.

It may not be safe for work, but then again, neither am I.

And what’s up with the Halloween look you ask? Well, I am in the midst of working on another block with a Halloween motif and I kinda liked the way it turned out, so I decided to use it for this blog as well. Dark colors and flaming pumpkins always set the right tone.

So behold the power of the sanspantalones! Trust me, it’s gonna suck!

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