uk-based graffiti artists bansky took a thousand of paris hilton’s new cd’s and re-did the album liner inside to something more appropriate. he then brought the cd’s back and put them on the shelf for people to buy.
visit hollywood rag for some pictures of one of the doctored cd liners. I’ve put my favorite one below – where he put a dog’s face on paris.
at our little work get-together thing. note how marcos is asserting himself as the older baby by grabbing his collar.
over the weekend…the hosting company said they are having problems. i’m thinking of switching if they can’t get over the last few months of outages they’ve been having.
The art of covert napping
The Washington Post notes that there’s been no shortage of media reports over the last few years about sensitive employers giving workers permission to nap. Some even provide “relaxation rooms.”
But with companies demanding more from smaller staffs in recent months, employees aren’t so interested in that perk anymore, fearful that they’ll do most of their dozing in the unemployment line.
So on-the-job napping, while not going away, is being done on the downlow, according to the Post.
William Anthony, author of “The Art of Napping at Work” and operator of Napping.com, tells the newspaper that one of the most popular tactics is to escape to the parking garage to catnap in the car.
“Another odd place people say they nap is in the restroom, sitting on the toilet, resting their head against the side or back wall,” Anthony says. “It’s private; they can lock the door. The more industrious nappers construct pillows with extra toilet paper rolls for maximum comfort.”
Even cubicle dwellers can catch a few Zs if they’re resourceful, says Anthony.
“The cubicle is a most nap-unfriendly environment, but some manage by spreading papers out on their desks, clutching a pencil in their fingers and pretending they are absorbed in reading. Others assume the ‘thinking position,’ with their head in their hands and their back to the door.
“But the best one I’ve heard lately came from a guy who holds a bottle of eyedrops in one hand, tilts back in his chair and closes his eyes. That’s truly artful napping.”
someone call me and we’ll jowl for the camera:
You can see more jowling pictures at jowlers.com
so i rigged up my itunes to send a blurb about what’s currently playing through my speakers whether i am at home or at work. it also includes a bit of album art. now you can see where i get my inspiration from. check it out to the right. when i’m not online or listening to music, it will provide a message along those lines.
i was thinking to shave my head, but then will it make my already bulbous head seem way out of control? maybe some feedback or opinions?
i’m just glad i don’t have a hairyback to contend with like this guy:
Happy Labor Day!