Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Friends with benefits

My buddy Rob took the shot for this week's Good Frickin' Picture Wednesday. Rob used to be all cool, but then he got a job with, like, health insurance benefits and stuff. Nobody cool has health insurance. Booooor-iiiiiing.

Rob lives in Venice Beach, where he is one of three non-panhandlers. He takes some mean pictures -- he's got one of those old-fangled cameras with F-stops and stuff, like the pilgrims used.



Rob just fractured two vertebrae in his lower back while skiing in a Big Air contest. At least he's putting that insurance to good use. Good luck with your broken arse, man.

You can check out more of Rob's pics here.

7 comments:

  1. Great shot!!!

    btw- did you happen to notice that your Maine flower has been getting around?

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  2. hare-um scare-um4/07/2005 8:55 PM

    we skipped the light old-fangled,
    turned cartwheels 'cross the floor...

    feel free to join in

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  3. Shandi --

    I had no idea that that flower was getting around behind my back. I had an inkling about its flexible morals, but now it's confirmed. Where's that tramp been?

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  4. Well, if she's "stalking" me ...she may not be as hetero as you thought.

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  5. Haha -- I get it now. Dude, I am seriously freaking dense.

    Y'all should check out Shandi's blog -- besides being especially bitchin', it also has a great shot of the flower that travels the country, jumping in front of people's cameras.

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  6. So, where was Rob when he broke the arse? I ask only because I was at Copper Mountain, CO that week, and there were thousands of snowboarders there for a big national competition.

    Funny stuff here, I'll be back!

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  7. Hey Jim -- thanks, man. Glad you stopped by. I think it might have been at Mt. Baldy, somewhere near LA. Didn't know you could ski in LA, but apparently you can. Rob's probably pissed that I didn't mention that he got second place --and he also got a free snowmobile ride. What a great day.

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