Monday, December 21, 2009


mutant film festival

this past saturday was the first annual mutant film festival. there were five original entries and all the videos turned out great! the patio was full and everyone had a great time.

we are planning to have another film festival next year, the saturday before christmas.

also, there will be a movie night coming up with some mutant shorts premiering before the film. if you are interested in submitting a short film for the next movie night please let jedley or dark know...

here are the entries (except for jack's)

LIFE by goodie

the heist

mutant interviews


thank you to everyone who came out and i can't wait for next year's festival!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

hq south

just a little porthole photo op...

Monday, November 30, 2009

Are you seriously freaking out on this?

I mean really. Just put the mail in a Priority envelope which costs $4.35. I'm sure the $1200/month (which is about 2/3 of your mortgage payment)  we paid you to live in a room could more than cover the cost. But if you are that big of a jerk and can't do it just mark "RETURN TO SENDER" and stop bitching about it already.


Friday, October 23, 2009

mutant film festival...

this is your chance to make your own film! entries should be between 5-10 mins... we're going to watch them on the big screen with all your favorite mutants...

december 19th @ 8pm
location: tbd

Monday, October 12, 2009

check out what's in my netflix queue...

who knew we were all movie stars...

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Mammoth Sunset Time Lapse

Sunset viewed from Mammoth Vista. Time Lapse shot over 90 minutes.

Monday, August 31, 2009

Xtra Xtra read all about it.....Mutants in WY, State evacuates.

Rarwr......Mutant on the loose...

I won my first rodeo...YeeeHawww.....

Crused a ghost town...

To be continued....

Friday, August 28, 2009

Pics from Three Arch Bay

somos locos

quiero mas

soy estrenido

descanso en el sol

solo un poco peligroso


Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Rise of the Morlocks

There is a new category of mutants for those who are so mutated that they cannot live within normal society. They are known as Morlocks. According to Wikipedia: Morlocks are humanoid creatures, said to have descended from humans but by the 8,028th century have evolved into a completely different species. Unable to pass as normal because of their extreme mutations, they often live in the fringes of society such as subterranean dwellings or Costa Mesa.

Key features in identifying a Morlock:
  • extreme mutation, physical and mental
  • inability to interact with normal society. The Morlock is often unemployed due to the nature of his/her extreme mutations. In order to survive in this cash money society, Morlocks often depend on their creative skills like photography, cooking or "consulting." Sometimes Morlocks can become successful at their creative trades, as normal society can be appreciative of their outside-box thinking, but these occasions are extremely rare.
  • often in the presence of other Morlocks
  • uncanny ability to ingest large amounts of mood-altering substances (especially Hank)
  • affinity for sugary and fatty foods

Some examples of Morlocks

If you happen across a Morlock, do not be alarmed. They are harmless. They may look different from you but all they would like is to be accepted.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Cutest Dog Competition

I entered Hank and George in the Cutest Dog Competition. If we are chosen, we could win a grand prize of a million dollars! Please vote for Hank and George by clicking on their pictures below!
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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Beach Blanket Blackout Bingo Birthday Bash Pics

The Beach Blanket Blackout Bingo Birthday Bash was a success! It was a mildly tame party considering that we went through several handles of alcohol (including a 2 gallon jug of sweet tea vodka), a keg, a several 30 packs of beer, wine and whatever booze people brought over. And let's not forget about certain edible things that about half the party ingested and then left to mutate in a hot, stuffy room.

We took up quite a lot of real estate that day.

A neighborly chat with Victor.

Even the cool kids decided to show up.

The birthday mutants!

Happy Birthday Hispannika!

The water was 75˚ that day.

We were visited by a pair of roaming Mariachi singers.

They serenaded our birthday mutants.

Hispannika showed off her Latina heritage.


The guy in red drank several tequila shots

New boyfriend or old flame?

No wonder they stopped at our party.

Birthday mutant Jed.

Thanks to Goodie and Toby for tolerating the mess. Can't wait until next year!

oh yeah and don't forget to vote for Hank for Cutest Dog!