Archive for August 2009

An Inevitable Paint Job

August 31, 2009


The flaming skulls and gold lamay crosses encrusted with rhinestones could not be expected to be limited to only t-shirts forever.  Eventually the evolution had to extend to all facets of life…behold the next logical step in total douchebaggery.


[As Seen at Eastridge CC by Kris]



August 28, 2009


Let me take my hat off to you, master of the tomato and circular noodles (and if Im lucky delicious pieces of hot dog).  You have set the standard by which all Port City donks are measured from here and for all time.  I bow to your commitment to the meal that sustained us all at various times in our youth and marvel in your attention to detail.  The rims, the paint, the audacity.  Well played sir, well played indeed.



[As Seen by Jamie, Eric, and Rachael at Posados on Bert Kouns]

This Week in Bossier

August 27, 2009


All Affliction shirts will be flying at half mast this week across the river…for “Mr. Bossier City” has passed on to that great Rockin’ Rodeo in the sky.

Mr. Bossier City is gone. Col. Neil Yarborough passed away at the age of 93 Thursday…Yarborough has been called by many as “Mr. Bossier,” because of his family’s involvement since the beginning of the city…Yarborough was born into a family with deep roots in Bossier City. His grandfather, Marco B. Woodyard, was the second mayor of Bossier City, and served from 1910 through 1919.

Mr. Bossier was also quite an accomplished author…

In 2007, Yarborough published the book, “HISTORY OF BOSSIER CITY, LOUISIANA FROM THE EARLY YEARS (1833-2006).” It was that same year Bossier City Mayor George Dement officially proclaimed him, “Mr. Bossier City,” although he had long owned the title.

I havent read the book, but I’ve got to believe that any literary work about the history of Bossier consists of nothing but pictures of community college girls’ tramp stamps, tricked out Pontiac Fieros, and a detailed timeline documenting the evolution of hair salons in town.

What’s Up Doc?

August 27, 2009


The spirit of Friz Freleng is probably thrilled that his life’s work is being commemorated on the trunk of an ’83 Caprice.

[As Seen on Old Minden by Patrick]

The Loneliest Tiger

August 26, 2009


I know you’re excited about college football season starting, but when you start triple dipping your favorite team’s gear (those socks are so unnecessary) in anticipation, then you cheer for that team alone.

[As Seen at Louisiana Downs]

Questionable Freshness

August 25, 2009


The most over the top commitment to a juice based beverage we’ve seen since those kids in the Sunny D commercials.


[As Seen off of Youree by Tricky]

Death Smiles at Us All…

August 25, 2009


…all a man can do is smile back…or outfit his sled in anticipation.

[As Seen in Downtown Shreveport]