Thursday, 30 September 2010

Get shot in the head with a bit of realism!

Sorry, i don't know whats with my post titles....Their totally random, and are completely irrelevant to the whole post.

Anyhow, a few of you were asking me about my photography class and the photos i take for it, also one or two asked how long i've been doing photography, well i started to take this class at around March so tsince then which makes pretty much a newbie at it.But on request, i took a look around my room and I found 2 SD cards lying in my drawer. As you know, i usually prefer taking photos with a film camera, but now and again my teacher asks me to use one of his digital SLRs, which i occassionally do.

You can all go into a little debate by yourselves about film and digital, but i mostly make large scale prints and mainly focus on landscape photos so with a common mind, you should all know film is better quality when it comes to this, plus i prefer manual SLR's to get the most out of my photos. Now i'm just rambling on, and should get on with the photos.

Gotta warn you guys though, they're not that good, but you guys asked for it


Hmmm yeah, here you go, these are just the best ones i could pick out of about 1000+ pictures, and for any camera enthusiasts out there, these were took from a Canon 30D with a 60F lens (not too sure on the lens) with one picture on here i used a fisheye with.

So, on with todays blog post of random stuff?

Dressed like a nerd but i never got the grades

I'm pretty sure you guys are probably quite familiar with this video already, but it was bound to end up in one of my posts one day, so i just thought it might as well be today. 
Words cannot explain how much i love this song, just because everything in it says is everything that i would usually say, and my adequate reaction to this video when i first watched it was 'HOLY SHIT THIS IS HILARIOUS'

"So Vintage"

Canada prostitution laws gone!

Yeah, this might not be interesting to half of you guys, but i'll try and make this piece of news fun filled for you guys, so you at least know a little bit about our world, and when your at breakfast with your mom and dad. You can start a thoughtful conversation.
So news struck yesterday that, Canada has thrown out its anti-prostitution laws, what does this mean? well in Canada now, you are free to have sex with any prostitute you want legally! now i know you thought it was legal at the start, but the law at the start was that it prevented consenting adults engaging in legal activity, so technically it was illegal. I still dont know why it took so long for Canada to catch up to these laws, when everyone has just been sitting back since their own country have done their bit. Goddamn it Canada get it together.

Just make sure though, when you do go do the dirty business make sure you take your time to pick a good one, otherwise you'll end up with something like this:

Instead of ending up with something like this:

This is part where i stop and leave you with a hot piece of ass which you have all been waiting for:

But no. I'm just gonna leave you with a thoughtful quote:

The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do." — Andy Warhol

A cute picture:

And then the hot stuff.

Need some suggestions on who/what to put at the end of my posts. any ideas? leave the comments below

Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Just Gonna Post......

So, hey guys. Sorry for the lack of posts that ive been doing, at the start of my blog i was aiming to do about 2/3 blogs a day with the exception of 4. But that was before i looked at my schedule only to remember that i have to work 6 days a week and do a photography class in the mornings.
So that kinda leaves me a bit time struck and in a little pickle. I got to the point where i was endlessly trying to find an app in the app store to find a decent Blogger app for my iphone,

as you can see they are either not very good but really expensive, so it kinda sucked, and i dont really fancy the texting in thing either since i pretty much post picture with all my posts.
But seeing as i have like a 2hour break between classes and work, which is right about now. I was thinking that i would make a big ass blog each day, so itll fill up the 2/3 blogs that i would usually do each day.

So here it is:

Drugs, Celebrities doing Drugs, Drugs doing Celebrities, Celebrities are Drugs

This post is gonna be pointed at Lindsay Lohan because i just read that apparently she's back in Rehab, and all i got to say is why?!?

Why can't we just treat her like any other woman takes Crack and send her to jail....Why do we give people like her so many chances to prove themselves right and when they do, do something wrong why do the judges tolerate dumb bitches like her. Why the fffff cant we just stick her in jail and let her do her time for making an ass out of herself, its not like she'll hate it there. She's Bi, she'll get by just fine!!! Just because one person looks better, reads a script better than us, can memorise a script, or write a couple songs to influence a couple of generations doesnt mean they are any different than we are.

On a side not though, she does look pretty sexy here and given the chance, id still do her:

Jus' sayin.

This is Informative and You Should Watch it:

If you have a perfectly normal human attention span, then you should watch this. If your lazy skip this video, you'll probably get bored after 10 seconds not getting a laugh out of it.



I dont really like these sore of pictures, mostly because its not graphic enough. But this one gave me a good laugh. NOTE: I don't support women abuse in anyway, nor do i tolerate it, but they should really stay in the kitchen in my humble opinion.

To finish off, here's a picture of Zooey Deschanel:


Justin Beiber found as a pedophile and arrested

Justin Bieber Found To Be Cleverly Disguised 51-Year-Old Pedophile

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Monday, 27 September 2010

50 cent smacks his Grandmother

So i bumped into this tweet again whilst browsing the web whilst on the way to work today, now i gotta say... i forgot how much of a good tweeter 50 cent is, and apart from Kanye West i think i might actually subscribe to him again. Though i really do wish sometimes that he should of been killed by one of those 9 bullets that he got shot with, if he did we wouldnt have these sort of memorable tweets.

Side Note: This does not mean i like him in any way.

(Picture Source: Twitter

A Vegetarian Mind: Wallpaper of the Week - 9.27.2010

A Vegetarian Mind: Wallpaper of the Week - 9.27.2010: "It's already checked off on my list. Hope everyone has a good start to their week. "

This is for sure checked off my list. I love my life on a monday


It was about 3am in the morning, and i still couldn't get to sleep for shit, and as you do, you browse the whole interwebs for something interesting to do or watch whilst your trying to get to sleep.
Well as i was browsing, i bumped into a few Dragonball clips(Yeah. Dragonball) and thought, maybe ill download some and re-watch everything that i havent watched over the past 5 years or so. So as the downloads completed one by one, i started watching them in no particular order (already knowing what was gonna happen) and this episode came one, where Piccolo(The green dude) kills Raditz whilst Goku, what looks to be Butt raping Raditz from behind gets killed with him, and this is where it gets interesting.

The Next scene is where it pans into Kamis face(Another Green dude) and then it directly goes to Mr. Popo. Remember the black chubby guy? Well aparently he wasnt black anymore, as this picture shows.
Yeah, he's Blue. I know what your thinking, "wtf why would they do this?" I dont know either, but i'm guessing the fact that having a black chubby guy who looks like he was originally based on one of those 1960's Golliwog dolls is wrong, and Blue is just right

Sunday, 26 September 2010

So This Is Happening of the Day

According to EW’s PopWatch, Katy Perry will be bringing her too-hot-for-public-tv cleavage to an upcoming Simpsons Christmas special, in which she will appear as her IRL self, while the Simpsons characters, in reference to the recent ballyhoo, will be portrayed by puppets.
I'm not complaining or anything but, if i had Katy Perry on my TV back when teletubbies and pokemon ruled the set, then i would of been one very happy child.

Pointless Post

Just wanted to show you guys how much of a frigging poser my friends dog is, he literally just sat there in front of me, with his back turned to me and as i pointed the camera at him he then just suddenly turned around and smiled for me.

We were kinda high already, so it made us laugh for about 10mins straight.

LifeHacks: Life Hack's Guide to a better BJ's

LifeHacks: Life Hack's Guide to a better BJ's: "So the results of the poll are in and coming in firsts with 39% is a life hack guide to sex, I thought I would add a little spice to it and ..."

I just need this in my blog, Ladies!

Mountain Elk Drawing

I've known this guy for about 2 years now, just left college but unfortunately only spoken to him once or twice since leaving college, but his work shows off his amazing talent for all things to do with art, Video animations, Graphics Design etc. you should really go check him out.

Saturday, 25 September 2010

Screw it, i'm moving to Ontario
I'm a real big hypocrite when i say i hate hipsters, i wish i wasn't but things like these are just taking it too far....Makes me just want to just pull on that nose ring and pull the whole fucking nose off.

Friday, 24 September 2010

Just some photos i just got developed, pretty old i think....

You LOL You Lose: Asians

You LOL You Lose: Asians

God lol.....its so funny how this could actually happen....i love my race

[REC] 1&2

This isnt really a serious blog, but as the last couple of nights i havent been able to sleep till about 4/5am at night, i have been watching a range of films ranging from, "Up in the Air", "500 Days of Summer", "Oceans 13" and many more(those were just the few memorable ones). Anyways, moving on from the mainstream "Happy" movies, i moved onto movies that were more into the horror genre, generally looking to get scared, Well after watching a lot of them, none of them really got me that terrified (and yes i did actually go into the japanese horror, which i did find some scenes hard to watch but not exactly frightening). [REC] was the only film that really captured my attention the most, the scenes actually were quite convincingly real, the "possesed people" werent overly done with makeup, acting was good. It kept me on the edge of my seat every second because you knew something was going to pop out or whatnot. Though [REC]2 did lack somethings that the first movie had, all in all they were good movies to enjoy if you have nothing to do at 4am in the morning and looking for a fright.

Thursday, 23 September 2010

Wishful thinking....

Goddamn Canadian girls are hella cute

You LOL You Lose: Carl Sagan - Cosmos (edited for rednecks)

You LOL You Lose: Carl Sagan - Cosmos (edited for rednecks)

Oh im going to hell

Are you serious? Justin Beaver comparing himself to Kurt Cobain? is he trying to get himself friggin killed? the next best thing he can do right now is to take the shotgun, put it in his mouth, and blow that pretty little mop hair away. I dare you Justin, Follow in Kurts footsteps.


Didnt even get to introduce myself before i started this blog. Well, hey i'm tony. In this blog you will mainly find my various rants about ecerything in life, people, love, interests, friends, things that are around me, photography. Just general stuff like that. Ill try and keep this blogging thing up, though i do spend most of my time on tumblr, itll be cool o get away and use a new site.
So thats it. Oh and my tumblr is:
Lack of motivation, creativity, even time... These are just a few things which people make in their verday lives for not doing something. Over the last year, procrastination has been used so much by hipsters and scene kids evrrywhere, and i dont know if they were smart enough to just discover this word or the fact that they needed a new word to replace the word lazy.
In this, i have found a few things that you guys may of read or heard in your life once or twice, but godamn do i think you need a good reminding of it. I was going to list most of this stuff myself but someone kindly did it or me.

Common excuses for NOT making ideas happen:
Extra time, like money, rarely just materializes out of thin air. We have to work for it. If “finding creative time” is a struggle for you, consider getting proactive about carving it out, and doing the most important work first.
If we really push ourselves, we will fail more than we’ll succeed. But that’s how we gain experience, how we learn, how we grow. The greater failure is to never risk failure at all. Choreographer Twyla Tharp: “If you do only what you know and do it very, very well, chances are that you won’t fail. You’ll just stagnate, and your work will get less and less interesting, and that’s failure by erosion.”
Inspiration comes from action, not the other way around. Our friends at Red Lemon Club shared this insightful tidbit from leadership guru John C. Maxwell: “"The whole idea of motivation is a trap. Forget motivation. Just do it. Exercise, lose weight, test your blood sugar, or whatever. Do it without motivation. And then, guess what? After you start doing the thing, that’s when the motivation comes and makes it easy for you to keep on doing it."
Living a full, balanced life is a wonderful goal. But does that mean doing less work and having more leisure time at home, or doing better work and feeling more fulfilled? Seasoned non-conformist and entrepreneur Chris Guillebeau makes the case for better work and bigger dreams, arguing that balanced people don’t change the world.
Getting started can be hard. Once you’re sitting still, once you’re in your comfort zone, the easiest thing to do is just stay there. As serial entrepreneur Andy Swan has written, one of the most common mistakes when we’re just beginning a project is to “set lofty goals from a resting start.” With images of fame and success dancing in our heads, we set the bar too high, fail to make the grade, and quit because we’re discouraged. Instead, build momentum by starting with small, achievable goals, and work from there.
Originality is immaterial. Filmmaker Jim Jarmusch puts it like this: “Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination… Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. Authenticity is invaluable; originality is non-existent… Remember what Jean-Luc Godard said, ‘It’s not where you take things from – it’s where you take them to.’” 

If someone else is doing something similar that needn’t be a reason to give up. In fact, it’s a great reason to get more excited. As Seth Godin has said, competition validates your idea by creating a category. It also lights a fire under your ass.
It’s easy to get high on the idea of executing your idea. You daydream about how great it will be, the recognition and acclaim that will inevitably follow its launch. You build it up so much that the reality of actually executing the idea starts to seem unappealing. Ze Frank calls these un-executed ideas “brain crack” – it’s a dangerous addiction.
Occasionally, this excuse has the merit of actually being valid. Twitter creator Jack Dorsey had the idea for the service back in 2000. Unfortunately, the technology that would help Twitter thrive wasn’t in place yet. But how did he recognize this? Dorsey did a small-scale implementation of the idea that flopped. Even though it failed then, the exercise crystallized the idea in his mind, and Dorsey was able to revive it later when the timing was right.
At this year’s 99% Conference, author and entrepreneur Frans Johansson argued that humans are very bad at predicting which ideas are going to be a success. Thus, nearly every major breakthrough innovation has been preceded by a string of failed or misguided executions. The moral of the story? Spend more time doing, and less time planning.
Nobody ever said creative execution was sexy. In fact, it’s grueling. Author Junot Diaz battled writers block for 5 years before finishing his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Inventor James Dyson built over 5,000 prototypes before he found the right design for his vacuum. And the list goes on. We must find joy in the process of execution, not just the end product.
Charles Darwin spent 20 years developing his theory of natural selection, and planned to eventually publish his research in a multi-volume tome. But in 1858, he received a letter from the naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace essentially summarizing the theory he’d been cultivating over decades. Darwin scrapped his plans for a tome and quickly published his now-famous abstract, On the Origin of Species. Without Wallace nipping at his heels, though, how long might Darwin have gone on perfecting his world-changing theory? Sometimes it’s best to launch a project before it’s “perfect.”
If you think about real, game-changing inventions and discoveries – the electric lightbulb, the double helix of DNA, the airplane – almost none of them had the support of the masses in the early days. Being a visionary means being able to see what other people can’t even imagine. That’s why companies like Apple don’t do market research.
This excuse reminded us of a great piece from writer Rebecca Cantrell, who struggled with the impact her newborn had on her writing. Though initially she lost her will to work as she focused on child-rearing, Cantrell found – in watching her son’s willingness to experiment and fail and never give up – that the experience actually inspired her and improved her writing practice.
Going with the status quo, we tend to give high priority to things like wealth and stability. And once we have them, it’s extremely difficult to imagine life without them. (To wit: “The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates, and a monthly salary.”) But should these things come at the expense of pursuing big, bold ideas? Paying the bills won’t necessarily earn you a legacy.