Saturday, April 7, 2012

Colored flour vs. Smoke - great effect

http://fstoppers.com/use-flour-instead-of-smoke-for-your-photography

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Music for BSL 2012

Here are the web links to access the mp3's for 4 of the songs we're using:


Scratch Bass (for "Hate Stop, Can Live with Slow")
http://www.mediafire.com/?izmyj5zugt4


Five (for both "Vanishing Point" segments)
http://www.mediafire.com/?675lnnr3ndctgzv


#1 Dev - Bass Down Low (for Girls Bike Dance) 
http://www.mediafire.com/?v3a5v4ggsmoewcc 


#2 Kesha - Get Sleazy (for "Am I Gonna Relent?")
http://www.mediafire.com/?v3a5v4ggsmoewcc


and then here's the youtube video of http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif"Tuatara" by Tipsy (for "I See by the Seashore").

Monday, March 26, 2012

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Ella likes Pedro's Green Fizz

Now, this isn't what you gutter balls might think it is. It's just a bike wash.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Friday, February 24, 2012

"Eat a car to green the barrio"


Man Bites Car, Bath Salts to Blame?
By RANDY KREIDER | ABC News – February 24, 2012

A Florida man showing signs of being under the influence of bath salts bit the hood of a police cruiser, scraping off the paint and causing nearly $600 in damage while officers attempted to restrain him, local police allege.

According to police reports, 47-year-old Eric Scott of Milton, Fla., had been knocking on neighbors' doors and asking them to call 911, saying he needed medical assistance. When officers from the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's office arrived, Scott allegedly began to walk away from them while cursing to himself, before throwing his flash light at a nearby mailbox and screaming "over and over" at the officers to shoot him.

He already had several self inflicted injuries to his hands and blood coming from his nose, police Sgt. Scott Haines told ABC News.

Police allege that as they waited for emergency responders to arrive, Scott, then detained in handcuffs, began to scrape his teeth across the hood of their patrol car, digging through the paint down to the metal. Scott was transported to a local hospital, where he continued to ask police and hospital workers to kill him. Scott was released from the hospital but could still face charges of criminal mischief and resisting an officer without violence.

Scott displayed numerous symptoms of using bath salts including "erratic behavior, confusion, loss of direction, and aggression towards law enforcement," according to police reports.

"We unfortunately have to deal with [suspects on bath salts] pretty frequently and all of his actions were consistent with someone who was on that," Haines told ABC News.

A woman who answered the phone at Scott's residence -- and who could be overheard passing along questions to someone else in the room -- told ABC News Scott claimed he was not on bath salts.

"Just beer and vodka," she said.

Last June, an investigation that aired on ABC News "20/20" revealed the dangers of the then-legal bath salts, which have been linked to violent, sometimes deadly outbursts by users. "They're selling time bombs," Louisiana Poison Control Center Director Dr. Mark Ryan told ABC News during the investigation. "We've had some people show up who are complaining of chest pains so severe that they think they're having a heart attack. They think they're dying... They have extreme paranoia. They're having hallucinations. They see things, they hear things, monsters, demons, aliens."

The synthetic drug, which has since been placed under an emergency ban by the DEA while a bill to permanently ban it awaits a vote by the Senate, has been linked to a number of bizarre episodes over the past year, including a New Orleans woman's arm being devoured by a flesh-eating disease in January and a West Virginia man dressed in women's underwear slaying a goat last May.

Friday, January 27, 2012

Contrex French television ad

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Friday, January 6, 2012

"Dinner and Bikes" - coming to FW

The Dinner and Bikes folks are going on tour, and they're making a stop here in Fort worth on Sunday, April 15th, 2012. For $7 to $20 (sliding scale, which is cool for pobre mujeres such as me), you can eat a vegan meal, watch some bike film shorts, and enjoy browsing the bike-book mobile. Fun, fun, http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifFUN!