Thursday, December 31, 2009

Shine Blockas

Knocked out the logo/type treatment for the latest video off the long awaited soon to be released album from Outkast and Atlanta's own Sir Lucious Leftfoot, aka Hot Tub Tony, aka Billy Ocean, aka Francis the Savannah Chitlin' Pimp, aka Big Boi. Also, fortunate enough to sit in on an impromptu listening party for the entire album (The Son of Chico Dusty) put on by none other than Mr Leftfoot himself the other morning over some Purple and Krispy Kreme. Another one off the bucket list. Free Gucci

*** 160,000 views in less than two days over here ***

Big Boi Ft. Gucci Mane - Shine Blockas (Official Video) from SNORT THIS TV on Vimeo.

Intro courtesy of Howell Mill Wal-Mart diaper aisle... Copping footies and video games like what... Cameo from ol' girl works well...

In related news grampy is doing much better. Thanks to everyone who wrote in.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Genius All Around

"A playa drankin' Make ah's Ma ka's Cranberry Vodkas"

Sunday, December 20, 2009

XMAS wishlist

Eddie Rabbit run tings...

Damn near worn ours out

Thursday, December 17, 2009



Yesterday, news of a Texas judge’s decision to imprison a teenage vandal for eight years without parole caused quite a stir, with most people agreeing that the punishment was way too extreme. Judge Marisela Saldaña clearly didn’t dole out such an egregious sentence to cover the cost of cleaning up the $7,300 of damage Sebastian Perez caused, after all, his incarceration will run Texas taxpayers than $140,000. And that price tag doesn’t include the considerable public expense and burden of a four-time felon lacking credible experience or job prospects, which is what Perez will be when he’s scheduled for release at age 26 after spending nearly a third of his life locked up.
No, this sentence is about making an example of the 18-year-old and a bad one at that. Earlier this year, the District Attorney’s office for Corpus Christi adopted a policy offering nothing less than maximum sentences to adult vandals, hoping to make the point, “If you spray, you pay.” District Attorney Carlos Valdez claims, “there’s deterrence in the message,” but when have tougher penalties ever effectively stopped vandalism? Pretty much never. Whether it’s artistic or strictly for fame, graffiti can’t be eradicated, only managed. Ludicrous prison terms more effectively embolden writers with added notoriety and ensure those who are caught only get an extended criminal education. Though Judge Saldaña believes eight years will reform Perez’s life, it’s more likely to ruin it irreparably.
Whatever your views on this sentence, you should consider sharing them, not only here but also with Judge Marisela Saldaña who has surprisingly been commended for offering “understanding and compassion,” as well second chances, to offenders. She conveniently offers up her Facebook page and Twitter account in addition to other means of getting in touch:
Mailing address:
Judge Saldaña Campaign
PO Box 968
Corpus Christi, TX 78403
Phone: (361) 549-8420

Thursday, December 10, 2009

More Love Letters press



So so def