Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Out of all the party mistakes I’ve listed here, the biggest one by far is telling other people how they should party. Even the most intelligent, freedom-loving, open-minded person will sometimes get it into their head that they know best, and that everyone should do the same stuff they do — that’s a huge and terrible mistake. Everyone is different, and everyone has different ideas of what “fun” is. True partying is allowing everyone to have their own idea of fun, and to let each person celebrate the way that makes them happy. As long as one person’s idea of fun doesn’t interfere with another person’s, then all their various tastes are valid. We all want to experience joy — joy is our common ground — how we get to that state of joy will vary from person to person, place to place, day to day. We’re all individuals bound together by a shared purpose — to enjoy our lives before we die. Everything else is just a bunch of bullshit. PARTY HARD! - Anonymous W.K.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

On craigslist today in the free section. I was told I could not bring it home.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

If Somebody asked me what St. Louis was like I might respond with > It Is Kind of Like This


If you were to ask me what Portland was about I would probably talk up the double rainbows and bikini baristas.







Saturday, March 8, 2014

The Dead Babies were a stand up crew. Partying with clubs that wear patches got me thinking about the potential future of STL Bike Polo, Boise Chapter, Portland Edition. I should probably update the patch. 

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Yep. It's real and I know a bar full of ladies that are going to love my Louis Armstrong. This aint no Rhondas.