Saturday, October 15, 2011

Thirty days of suck XXX: hello, me, meet the real me

Thirty straight days of posting is a lot of work. Imagine if I actually spent that energy crafting something visceral, memorable, but the odds of that? Long like the Arsenal of Kaboom (dry those tears, Arsène, not your crack[ed] squad) not aiding Nation #73 in kabooming more poor fuckers up, & folks dare call Hollywood as predictable as a really predictable thing.















 


Wrap party, celebrate good times, come on.





Tomorrow, don't know what, but posting ain't one.

16 comments:

Lisa said...

Yay! Here we are busting that finish line with our little red cameras!

I think we have the same camera, sir.

Thanks for taking this little odyssey with me. xoxo

Laura said...

It was fun while it lasted.
Your pictures were all really great. Thanks for all your hard work and imagination. We all appreciated it. :)

((Hugs))
Laura

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

R.G. has 99 problems, but a post ain't one.
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Randal Graves said...

lisa, you can tell that it's red? Sheesh, I really do need new spectacles.

Now I can add this to 'defeating Castlevania whilst drunk' on my CV!

laura, well, except for that one. Not that hard, except that I'm really really really lazy.

if, it's those damn alien plants. First the triffids, now this.

thatgirl said...

Keeping it angsta like a good peon.

I actually like this quite a bit. Almost got the Clarkeian blue filtered through the Clevelandia grit.

Randal Graves said...

How dare ye blaspheme Holy Harry! Switched the setting from florescent to incandescent & that always throws on a nice blue gloss, & for once, grain is good.

Clevelandia, angsta's paradise.

davidly said...

OMG, yer Frank Black!

Seriously, this was cool.

Phoenix Berries said...

You are the only one who actually seems to "get" photography. Even if we all used basically the same camera. I keep expecting Batman to drop into frame in your final portrait.

susan said...

I looked at the colors and thought of Blue Velvet, then remembered one of my favorite movie scenes. See how you inspire me?

Good job.

Beach Bum said...

Imagine if I actually spent that energy crafting something visceral, memorable...

That argument is invalid for me, its the one my wife uses for home improvement jobs.

Dr. Zaius said...

Hey! Is that picture really you? I had no idea that you are so blurry. ;o)

S.W. Anderson said...

OK, here's another comment likely to go down Blogger's glory hole, like the last one. But what the hell.

After 30 straight days of posting you deserve a break. But what will you do to fill the empty hours at work — "work!!??!"

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

if, it's those damn alien plants. First the triffids, now this.

Maybe the plants see you buying off Bambi and friends with slices of bread, and are demanding bribes of their own?
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Randal Graves said...

davidly, hey man, I'm not that bald yet!

PB, as long as it's the Adam West Batman, he probably throws the swankiest parties.

susan, that's a great scene, innit?

BB, are you suggesting that yardwork isn't memorable? Think back to your best scrapes and muscle pulls, good times.

dr. zaius, believe me, it's hard to maintain a subtle shift in space-time.

SWA, yeah, like that'll happen.

if, I blame the mushroom kingdom.

Tengrain said...

Graves, you swine!

Actually, this was one of the most coherent things you've done over the years, some stick-to-it-ness. I'm impressed.

Of course I was expecting more porn, but, you know, that's just me.

Regards,

Tengrain

Randal Graves said...

Art porn not sexy enough for you, sybarite?