Tuesday, September 26, 2006

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Schroktoberfest


It's was cool to see the old Central Terminal full of people. How did they do it?

Beer. Magnificient beer. Is there anything beer can't do? Can God make a Rolling Rock so heavy that He himself can't drink it?

L to R: An easily amused Joe, Sheila . . .

. . . Li and Scott. And Sausage.

This, still, is not enough cowbell.

Li takes more pictures than I do!

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This picture was wrong and I apologize.

Looks like someone used all the toilet paper.

A still amused Joe, as Li and Farmer John look on.

Not only did Sheila plan ahead and wear a "Frankfurt" shirt to Oktoberfest, she smartly added a grip to her drink as well. Kudos!

There he goes again!

The H. H. Richardson Complex beckoned us ever closer as the clock struck midnight.

The next morning I went back to the Terminal to assist in a tour of the building. About 50-60 people showed up.

BCT on a Sunday morning.

Simulblog


Not long ago I dragged a couple people into Parkside Candies because I'd never been there before.

Joe was one of those people. Boy, was he impressed.

Then we went to St. Catharine's for a Danko Jones show. This is the view from the parking garage, but not a view of Danko Jones. To sound more confusing, I'm not sure who took this picture. Joe and I shared cameras.

The Mansion Tavern is touted as the "oldest licensed bar in Canada." That must mean that somewhere in Canada there's an UNlicensed bar that's even older.

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Danko taunts one of the freeloaders in the parking ramp. One would get revenge by throwing a bucket of water on the band. Thanks for taking away our encore, jerks.

In conclusion, that was my eighth Danko Jones show. And the fourth that ended at Denny's.

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Taking these pictures on the Scajaquada is almost as hard as spelling "Scajaquada."







Jesse "The Devil" Hughes concurs.

Remember September?


'Cuz I don't! My computer crashed a month ago, and with three different jobs I haven't had the time to catch up. Let's back way up. . . . Here's Mayor Byron Brown introducing Sloan at Thursday at the Square. The guy on the left is his own ventriloquist!

Sloan, rockin'

A broken news crawl outside of City Hall

Enough is enough! I have had it with these motherf**king snakes at the motherf**king coffeehouse!

About a week later, I got into the Darwin Martin House for free. I used to have this Tree of Life design on a tee-shirt when I was twelve. Maybe I've revealed too much.

One of the best ways to frame a photo is to take a picture entirely of frames.

A honkin' big mirror

Reconstruction of the other wing. We got to climb up the ladder, whoo!

A model of what the house will look like. It will be extremely costly to build a glass case that big.

The landscaping is supposed to be done in about a week. Who wants to take bets?

Mollie and Jake check out the greenhouse.

Stagnant water + electrical wires = fun in the basement

A model of the Larkin Administration Building (just pretend you're interested).

Saturday, September 09, 2006