Sunday, January 26, 2014



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Friday, December 6, 2013

Circumambulating the Dome in Remembrance and Anticipation of the Rebirth

The Dome.

The effect is a gestalt suckitude.

I believe this is the main entrance?

This landscaping seems a little insensitive to the memory of our 35th president.

Use your imagination.

If you look closely, you'll see a citizen utilizing the public plaza. 

"It is what it is."


Design a ramp that looks like it's for cars, then make it physically impossible for them to drive on it. Devious.

To think, had the new stadium been defeated, this job might not have been created. Now I feel bad.


Monday, November 11, 2013


Want to pay less for fuel? In a pinch, you can use your own urine. 



Wouldn't want the bus to run out of gasoline.

So available!

The deadly dance.

This police determined that the streetlight did not have right-of-way.


Funereal Fridley. 

Trash apparition.

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Hippies and Striated Concrete: A Match Made in Seward

Note the striated concrete.

It's for sale!

Striated concrete would have been more consistent with the essential character of the neighborhood.

That's what I'm talking about.

Your 5-second break is over, please get back to work.

Too many windows. Not consistent with the essential character of the neighborhood.

That's better.

Yes, very nice.

Great job, everyone.

Everyone is doing a great job.

Striated concrete is my reason for living.

Everyone's a winner.

Very nice, very consistent with the essential character of the neighborhood.

"You have 6 months to fill in your windows with striated concrete or you will receive a penalty on your property tax bill." 

Bricks are out, striated concrete is in, not consistent with the essential character, can we demolish this already?
True story: the windows in this building did not fit the essential character of the neighborhood, so the city ordered them filled in.  

Loving the use of vertical lines and concrete.

Well call me Ishmael, if it isn't the Moby-Dick of tree-bags!

Nice to see the window has been properly blocked in keeping with the essential character of the neighborhood.

Good thing this place is under 24-hour surveillance. I feel safe.

Everything is great. Everyone is doing great.  Everyone keep up the great work.