Sunday, February 27, 2011

The Sucking Of Sarah Palin or My Ambivalence Toward Poetry

The Fetid stink of Fecal decay.

An Outrageous lay!

No chance to go back.

Lacking in Tact.

Like a River of Piss flowing

through a Mind Duct.

Lowering the Bar for the

deepest Cut.

Can the language of a Gnat

be anymore Coarse?

It’s all just Inept navel-gazing


Enough! I say.

It’s Nap time.

-This was originally composed while relaxing on my couch on Saturday 2-26-11.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Industrial Wasteland

I saw a short documentary tonight concerning post-earthquake Haiti and I was reminded of all the small areas throughout Louisville that resemble a natural disaster zone. But they are all man
made disaster areas.
These pictures were taken in the Algonquin neighborhood.

Monday, September 20, 2010

I'm Back!

I will be posting new images of my adventures soon!

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Fixer Upper On Portland Avenue

Toilet Articles. I wonder when this stopped being a residence and became a store?
This house is at 2000 Portland Avenue and boarded by Metro Louisville. The architectural style is Queen Anne and it was built around 1890.
I found on that the father of an Edward Lee Schweitzer who was a "Landsman for Electrician(Radio)" died in a Naval Hospital of a respiratory disease on September 23, 1918, lived here. His father's name was Edward G. Schweitzer. The son enlisted in Louisville in August of that year and died in Newport R.I.
I also discovered in the October, 10, 1901 edition of the Kentucky Irish American newspaper that a David O'Gorman lived at that address with his wife and 4 kids. He died that previous Friday from a long bout with consumption.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

What is it?

It looks like a cannon or a pig's snout.

Found Modern Art?

I found this in the vicinity of Kentucky Street on Easter Sunday. It almost looks like it has been crushed but I think that is because it is so rusted that it's falling apart. It's some kind of tank trailer. I don't know what it was for or how long it has been there or how long it will remain. I think they should just give it a title and call it art.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Dino Stencil

This is a stencil I have been seeing around town. I like it.