KOOL BoB LOVE (nike's last supper)

my mang, Bobbito once again collab'd with Nike.
Supposedly& unfortunately for Nike, this is Bobbito Garcia's last design with the company and he has not failed in lacing them with some "Beef n' Broccoli" & "Mac-n-Cheese" colorways.
The last supper smells simply delicious!



"Doppelgänger" has come to refer (as in German) to any double or look-alike of a person—most commonly an "evil twin". The essential meaning of the German word is "doublewalker", someone who is walking the same way as another person does. The word is also used to describe the sensation of having glimpsed oneself in peripheral vision, in a position where there is no chance that it could have been a reflection. They are generally regarded as harbingers of bad luck. In some traditions, a doppelgänger seen by a person's friends or relatives portends illness or danger, while seeing one's own doppelgänger is an omen of death. In Norse mythology, a vardøgr is a ghostly double who precedes a living person and is seen performing their actions in advance.
(as posted in Wikipedia)

In the C that is...


drinking+ Folk music= Irish Songs

the Uncarved Block

Piglet: "When you wake up in the morning, Pooh, what's the first thing you say to yourself?"
Pooh: "What's for breakfast? What do you say, Piglet?"
Piglet: "I say, I wonder what's going to happen exciting today?"
Pooh: (Pooh nods thoughtfully) "It's the same thing."



Peep this minimalist Larkspurian, Californian who lives in a small cottage with just a kitchenette, but still manages to cop some choice sustenance in an upscale grocery store and cook up some nice vittles. BH is down with thePOOG!


Blood Bowl

BH's Kwaz had the opportunity to skate this pool in it's heyday during the 80's.
Located in , Deep East Oakland's 'GhostTown'


Sunday Afternoon Feature

(dgk) Stevie!!!

SF is losin' it

SAN FRANCISCO officials are putting together a task force to develop a strategy to preserve the city's rapidly declining African-American population, and possibly attract new African-American residents. This is a laudable goal, but at this late date -- San Francisco's black population has dropped from about 13.4 percent of the city to 6.5 percent over the last 25 years -- is there anything the city can really do? If so, are other San Franciscans likely to be as enthusiastic as are their officials?

The mere fact that city officials feel the need to put together a "task force" to stem the bleeding of African-American residents to other communities reveals how far this ship has already sailed past the horizon. San Francisco likes to bill itself as a diverse city, but the numbers -- 53 percent white and 33.5 percent Asian, mostly Chinese -- expose its relative homogeneity in comparison with other cities, such as Los Angeles or New York. San Francisco has the lowest proportion of black residents of any large city in the United States -- even lower than Seattle or San Diego. Demographers have also noted that the African Americans who move out of San Francisco tend to be more upwardly mobile -- so that the few black residents who are left constitute a poorer underclass. Certainly the isolation of these residents -- about one-third of San Francisco's African-American population lives in the Bayview district, which is so separate from the rest of the city that it resembles a South African township -- underscores San Francisco's uneasy feelings toward them.



Chauncey Bailey, editor of the Oakland Post and a former reporter for the Oakland Tribune, was slain by a masked gunman on a downtown Oakland street Thursday, police said.

Bailey, 57, was shot shortly before 7:30 a.m. on 14th Street near Alice Street while walking to work, police said. Paramedics were unable to revive Bailey, an outspoken advocate for the black community and an unabashed critic of corruption.

Witnesses told police a lone, masked gunman dressed in dark clothing approached Bailey, shot him once in the back and once in the head and ran away. One news account said the assailant got into a van that drove away, but Jordan said police have not been able to confirm that a van was used or that anyone else participated in the killing.

The spot where Bailey was killed is across the street from a preschool, across a parking lot from a post office and around the corner from a community arts center. No one at Starlight Child Development Center saw anything, although a couple of teachers heard gunshots.

"He was very controversial," said Derrick Nesbitt, who worked with Bailey on a cable access channel called "Soul Beat" from 1997 to 2004. "He was tenacious and would not let people off the hook, whether he was reporting on corruption in city government, the entertainment business or among rappers. He ruffled a lot of feathers because of it."

He said he asked Bailey several years ago if he had ever feared for his safety because of his probing into corruption or gang violence. Bailey said he had received threats but had shrugged them off.

Bailey was fired from the Tribune in 2005 for ethics violations, according to several former colleagues. He went on to work for the Post as a freelance foreign correspondent, covering stories in Vietnam and Haiti, and was named editor of the publication in June.

the Beat Konducta...coming soon.


Goodnite Sweet Prince

Apple Store = Elite Snobs

theBH likes macs but never had love for the Apple stores.
the 'Genius Bar', C'mon! Nothing short of some crackpot second-stringers.
Now, Apple is charging a $5 entrance fee into their stores.

"Part of the move was to limit crowds to keep the stores safe, but also we wanted to keep the right kind of people in the stores."
says Apples VP of retail outlets.

Peep the article of the elite snobs here.

Crashed iPhone@the Apple Store

Naw, supposedly it didn't crash. the iPhone was in "root mode". This poor quality picture was taken by an iPhone tho. (a phone thinking that it is a camera or a camera thinking it's a phone)


R.I.P., Pete Wilson

Veteran anchor Pete Wilson died last night (Friday, Jul. 20, 2007) at Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto from a massive heart attack suffered during hip replacement surgery. He was 62. BH remembers Pete.


a Worm in ur Apple?

peep the LINK

A vulnerability in Apple computers has reportedly been found and exploited by an "independent researcher" aka "InfoSec Sellout." Apparently, InfoSec Sellout dubbed the worm "Rape.osx." Sir Sellout will disclose the vulnerability to Apple only after his/her "research is complete" and after an appropriate level of loot is exchanged. This may change Apple's smugness on its security afterall.


Rats follow you into (the)Town


the Peoples Republic of California

These days arguments in favor of the secessionist movement would include:
California's economy, one of the top ten strongest economies in the world.
California's stem cell research initiatives.
California tax payers shouldering a disproportionate tax burden for the rest of the country.
California's kind buds and killer waves.
California's relatively liberal views when compared to the growing anti-secularism in the rest of the country.

But following the American Civil War, the Supreme Court ruled in Texas v White that states do not have the right to unilaterally secede from the Union. Meaning, any future attempts to secede would either require a new Supreme Court ruling, the consent of the United States, or a successful revolution. In addition, the California Constitution does not allow the state to leave the United States; this would need to be amended by the state legislature or referendum before any attempt to secede. (thats sucks)


:SNL: Para las Damas

just something for the ladies .the breezy's are out and in full effect.
Exposing the flesh this hot Califoria weekend.

(rip babygirl.)


Cl + Na (& one drop of H20)

Reaction of Sodium & Chlorine

a Kid's Kold World

KARMA's a bitch! WATCH.

BH prediction: When this poor kid grows up, he will somehow
ruin a family of one of the bullys. Watch.



this gal is funny as hell! (a nicefilmmaker as well.)

"I love San Francisco, but the neighborhood politics are complicated.
The people next door put up a sign that says, "No on 226",
and it freaks me out, because that's my house number."


CAMO (you can't see AZI )

BH likes the Zig-Zag girl,Azia Kim.
Whose new target is the Santa Clara ROTC. (you go girl!)

BH concurs...

Hump Day / gettin ya 'Bars Up'

"Americans, I think, believe more in future than French people...
We think that the future will be worse than now,
so we don’t have any reason to work."
quote by: Corinne Maier, author of, "Bonjour, Laziness"

just in case you find yourself in France.

the fight for OIL continues (Mack-a-Mill)


todays modern man got soft

todays modern man got soft
***click img above to enter MOF***

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