hyper activity

ricky oyola in eastern exposure three. one of the greatest parts of all time. raw speed, ollies, wallrides, endless lines. all skate parts should be like this.

stevesy again

on his big day, number 22, steve hurt his ankle. let's all make him a big get well soon card, or maybe a farewell card, because maybe, like a lame horse, he'll be shot to death. on a side note, i once dumped a girl on my birthday because i thought she was going to dump me. preemptive strike. i was sixteen, i think. sixteen....


which is how old steve is going to be in one year. which, i think we can agree on, means that steve has one year to live.

steve, i think this means you're going to die. i'm sorry.

but let's get to that card. i have the basic layout i want.

one more

my boss ian really likes hurting people's faces. here's another quote:

"if a robber breaks into your house and threatens you with a gun, you can kick him in the face."

shoot him in the face!

at work right now. just wanted to share a few sentences of what i'm working on. these are examples from the review of business law.

ex. 1:
"dick is mad that his friend harry is having an affair with his wife, so dick gets his shotgun and shoots harry in the face."

ex. 2:
"dick, a resident of NYC, decides to go quail hunting with grenades. equipped with his hunting gear, dick walks out into the apartment building and thinks he sees a quail. he chases the quail into times square and then throw the grenade into a large group of people, intending to kill the quail. unfortunately, he ends up killing harry instead."

ex. 3:
"dick, a resident of washington, dc, decides to go quail hunting with his friend harry on a vacant south texas ranch. intending to kill a quail, dick accidentally shoots harry in the face."

harry gets pretty screwed over. now, pop quiz: in which of these example is dick liable for intentional tort?