When morning came and it was time to see the gray whales, it was incredibly windy. Many of us were thinking of staying on shore. Luckily we trusted our host and boarded the small 7-10 person boats and headed out. Within moments the magic began.Read the rest
We are excited as humanly possible to unveil the latest in Boing Boing's Artists Series of T-shirts: Jim Woodring's "It Followed Me Home." Offered in scarlet ink on a jet black T-shirt (for a "tigers' breath in a cave" effect, as Jim describes it), this is an original illustration designed exclusively for Boing Boing. It's $14.95 for men's sizes and $16.95 for women's sizes.
Don't forget about our other splendid Artists Series T-shirts (and Baby Snapsuit for pint-sized mutants):
Chiptune/rock band Anamanaguchi, who did the soundtrack for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World are playing on Sunday 10/30 at Slim's in SF.
"This song makes me wanna strip naked, burst out of my window, free fall 28 floors, faceplant in the snow, make a snow angel mixed with my own blood, shiver from the cold, get hypothermia, DIE, go the pearly gate, say wuzzup to Jesus, do our secret hand shake, look for Buddha, find him, have him reincarnate me into a frog, meet a princess, kiss her, turn into a prince, order my subjects to bring me a computer, listen to this song again, cry myself to sleep. Wake up.. Repeat" - yac311 on YouTube
From Phantogram's album Eyelid Movies.
Video Link: The late Steve Jobs introduces the Apple Macintosh, in 1984. Never trust a computer you can't lift. Rest in peace, Steve.