Tuesday, August 30, 2011


Just some photos n stuff:
The candidate for mayor in San Francisco is clearly up to date with his Bay Area slang! Say yee to Yee in 2012!!!
Found this on Amazon. This is for changing little baby boy's diapers. You cover up their penis with this little cone here so that they won't piss in your face as you're changing their drawers. Available in camo, airplanes, blue camo, cars, camping, and many other colors!!!
Yeah. This photo courtesy of Alexander Richardson.
I mean all I need to find out about a woman is whether she has a bangin' voluptuous body, right? Who cares about the stupid face.
Darren Lutter, pole-jam to 50-50 (in MY raiders jersey)
Here's another one of the same trick.
He also got a pole-jam to lipslide. Crazy...
Looking good, bro..!

Monday, August 29, 2011

watch these videos
these videos are funny
also, is Pepperboy on some of that Tim and Eric Awesome show type shit or what

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Second Portland trip of the summer

Hey guess what?!!!!! My roommate and homiest of homeboys Wes Allen (or "Brittle Bone" when he's rapping) went to Portland. Luckily he wasn't plagued with a streak of rainy weather as I was when I went up there mid July, so he got a bunch of footage. Madafaku took the train up there, which is the scenic route. You'll notice they hung out with a close-to-three-hunnid-pounder juggalette on the way there...
I thoroughly enjoy this; lots of "hijinks" and fun skateboarding. Check the bum at the end who just says one word ("hnnng", "hnnng", "hnnng"), over-and-over near the end of the clippy...

Mystery Train to Portland from Thomas Allen on Vimeo.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Yo but check me out though

Hey! I made this! Can you believe it?

Have you ever lurked on the many pages of www.rapbay.com? Being the one of the few (or perhaps the only) Bay Area rap music and culture retail websites/marketplaces, there are many gems to be seen. I found this great new album cover that I'd like to share with you:
Perhaps one of the most down-to-earth and heartfelt album covers I have ever seen in "hip-hop". HD (and perhaps guapale as well) simply feel strongly about their paper. This is a couple weeks old so I'm a little late as far as blogging goes, but nevertheless still a classic.
Yo but anyways I went to San Francisco for a few days and hung out with this dude:
The weather was mostly shitty in SF so we went to Oakland for a day to hang out in the sun and go to this strange dinner party. It was in this baller apartment on the 6th floor of a very tall building.
I bought this drink. It cost me only one dollar!!!
Here's another shot. 12% alcohol... "Earth shattering".
This dude named Quelle lived there, who apparently produced half of the Danny Brown "Hybrid" album. He's from Detroit himself. He mentioned working with J. Dilla and Roc Marciano as well, so you know I was semi-starstruck. Here's a (shitty) pic of me and him. You know folks had to roll up on the album cover afterwards, too: