Friday, August 29, 2008

Lil' Wayne vs. Lil' Lenox

My son is only 2 years old, but already has ridiculous amounts of swag. You don't want with him. Believe that.

Rords of The Froor Tonight

Ante Up!!!

Thursday, August 28, 2008

My How The Mighty Have Fallen

Where is Heavy Manners?

We've fallen off....sort of.

Expect something new in the next few weeks. For now you're going to need put your thinking caps on try and decipher the f*ckery that is going on in the picture above.

You've been warned.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Coming Soon

Appaloosa Trailer

Flow Trailer

It's been a minute since I've posted some trailers. Both of these look pretty good.

King Tee "Act A Fool"

King Tee is quite possibly the most unsung pioneer of the West Coast. he's never really gotten the acclaim and recognition he deserves.

This album dropped in 1988 the same year as N.W.A's "Straight Outta Compton." Not a bad year for rap.

I was all of 7 years old. I think I was more hyped on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at the time.

Also to any would be designer dip sh*t who thinks that they could totally "flip" this album cover into a "dope" tee stop that thought right now.

- One: I'm sure it's been done before
- Two: Any no talent dink can take a good album cover and put it on a tee shirt
- Three: Design something else


King Tee "Act A Fool" (full album)

Tuesday, August 26, 2008


SDTW posting up Metallica? Yup.

Play the second track and see if it doesn't make you want to punch a cop square in the face.

Personally, after seeing that documentary that they produced THEMSELVES I sort of thought these dudes were dicks. Well mostly Lars, but old Metallica is still pretty epic. They have the whole "armored knight in deep thought" sound that they throw in before the riffs that get all all agro and that's what makes me enjoy it so much.

Get brutal.


Metallica "Master of Puppets" (full album)

King Jammy At The Controls Documentary

I was "dinkin" around on the internets yesterday and I came across a full on documentary about none other than King Jammy and his sound. The production is really good and the entire piece is really impressive seeing as it is extremely hard to get anything filmed in Jamaica period.

There are some clips for all you sound boys and raggamuffins that I'm sure you've never ever seen before. The most noticeable being in part 4 when they get into the "Sleng Teng" riddim and some dude busts out some bootleg dijaredo yes I just said dijaredo and starts pumping out a remarkably close bass line of the infamous riddim and Jammy's deejay starts chatting over it. Bananas!

If you have always wondered what dancehall is all about this is a really good primer and if you aren't up on the golden age of dancehall you will be after watching this.

I just realized that if your patois isn't up to snuff you MAY have a hard time deciphering what the f*ck these dudes are saying.

King Jammy At The Controls Part 1 of 7

* Click on part one then click to the right for each subsequent part up to 7.

Monday, August 25, 2008

This Is A Take Over

You know i-n-i shall not remove as I would say!!!

For those not in the know this from Rockers the only Jamaican movie that truly counts.

Embarrassingly enough I have watched this movie more than any other film I own. I'm guessing around 200 times or so.

Revok x Shepaird Farey x Revok Tyrants Print

With Revok's recent arrest and subsequent trial coming up Shepard Fairey took it upon himself to make this print to help aid with the astronomical lawyer fees that Revok is going to incur.

Anyone who hasn't had a chance to meet Shepard and rap out with him really doesn't know how real the dude is. He is the exact opposite of a "cool guy."

Now before you ask where can you get one of these prints just go a head stop that train of thought because they're all gone. All 450 of them. So let's do the math here:

450 prints at $45 a piece in one day = $20,250 towards legal fees.

Now that is how you do that.

Revok Tyrants via Obey
Revok1 Website

Photo of The Day

Smell those burning tires. Mmmmmmmm.

Quote of The Day: Laurence J. Peter

"Everyone rises to their level of incompetence."

- Laurence J. Peter (1919 - 1988)

Ed* Word

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Mikey Dread

I get really bummed when I see stuff like this knowing that Mikey is no longer with us.

Rest in power up there starrrrr!!!!

Easyyyyyyy now.

Minor Threat

It's in my eyes, It's in my eyes, It's in my eyes, It's in my eyes,

Bear With Me

Please bear with me as I am getting owned at work to the point where I can't even think of posting up anything. I'm working on another roots mix surprise that should make up for it.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Dwayne Wayne

Dwayne was known for his flip-up glasses and his flirting with girls on the college campus.

Word to mutha.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Street Machine x Mexico

If you live in San Diego or Southern California I would highly suggest getting on the bus to hell.

La Familia has rented out the entire hotel for a night of tequila, tecate, and mota.

If you do not attend go a head and shoot your self in the face.

On a serious note, you do NOT need a passport and it's super safe seeing as you're basically guests of T$ and STM Locos respectively.

JR Favellas

I first saw JR's photography a few years back when he was taking really dynamic photos of graffiti writers. Since then he's been doing HUGE things like the Israel/Palestine exchange and the Tate Modern in London to name a few.

His latest project has him doing his photo tiles in Brazil's favela (slums). Pretty damn inspiring.

It's cool how he gives back to the people he uses in his photos instead of just exploiting them.

For more of the favela photos click below.


Favella Photos
JR's Website

Prince James Brown Michael Jackson

Found this on 12oz Prophet.


James Brown invites Michael Jackson on stage and Michael proceeds to kill it which makes me sad in some ways since Michael Jackson basically represents the 80's and the dude is now such a psychotic. Then Michael insists to James Brown to call up Prince to the stage. That's when the magic starts folks. Prince is so coked out of his mind.

Awesome forgotten moment in music history.

80's babies please watch.

RIP James "Crazy As F*ck" Brown

Monday, August 18, 2008


It finally happened.

You folks downloaded too much music and now my account is frozen until September.

It's the burden of being popular I suppose.

So no more downloads of previously posted albums until then.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Tribe of Kings Sound

Best show of the summer? Quite possibly. San Diego do not pass this one up. Shinehead crushes shows and South Rakkas will probably melt your face right off of your head.


Tribe of Kings
South Rakkas Crew
Mad Decent


Warning for graffiti nerds only. Click the link below and peep the detail on this Pose wall. It practically looks printed on to the wall. Nasty.

Pose Wall Up Close


1994 is arguably the best year in hip-hop period. Well actually the time period between 1993 and 1994 are the best years in hip-hop. That's not a major secret by any means. However in 1994 not everyone had heard of OutKast.

I certainly did not. Even though "Player's Ball" was number #1 on Billboard's chart I never heard these two until "ATLiens" which I must confess is a better album as a whole.

This one is pretty damn essential as far southern hip-hop is concerned.

Bump it like you stole it cause you just did.

Track Listing:

1. "Peaches" – 0:51
2. "Myintrotoletuknow" – 2:40
3. "Ain't No Thang" – 5:39
4. "Welcome to Atlanta (Interlude)" – 0:58
5. "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik" – 5:18
6. "Call of da Wild" featuring Goodie Mob – 6:06
7. "Player's Ball [Original Version]" – 4:21
8. "Claimin' True" – 4:43
9. "Club Donkey Ass (Interlude)" – 0:25
10. "Funky Ride" – 6:31
11. "Flim Flam (Interlude)" – 1:15
12. "Git Up, Git Out" featuring Goodie Mob – 7:27
13. "True Dat (Interlude)" – 1:16
14. "Crumblin' Erb" – 5:10\
15. "Hootie Hoo" – 3:59
16. "D.E.E.P." – 5:31
17. "Player's Ball (Reprise)" – 2:20

OutKast "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik"

*Trouble downloading click HERE

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Time To Get Ignant

These were simpler times with simpler people.

Rords of The Froor

For readers that do not live in Seattle this is a small peak into the radness that is Rords of the Froor.

It is the world's first and only drunken pro/am breakdance competition.

This year sh*t is going to down.

Peep the cameos by yours truly and Little Alex.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Ragga Twins: Ragga Twins Step Out

Any one with some sense can tell that Ragga Twins pretty much started all of this jungle, drum n bass, grime, and dub step ting.

That sounds like quite a claim I know. But it's pretty well regarded as fact.

Now that being the case that doesn't mean that this record sounds anything like any of those genres entirely, but the blue print for all of them was laid down by these four men.

Flinty Badman and Deman Rocker handle the mic chat while Philip "PJ" Johnson and Carlton "Smiley" Hyman take up the production side of things.

The outcome is a molotov cocktail of dancehall, hip-hop breaks, bad man business, bass, and hints of the previously mentioned genres. This compilation takes most of "Reggae Owes Me Money" LP and adds some other tunes that all work really well as a whole.

Don't sleep on downloading this one even if you're not into this type of thing chances are you'll probably like Ragga Twins.

Track Listing:

1. Ragga Trip
2. Illegal Gunshot
3. Spliffhead (Remix)
4. Love Talk
5. The Homeless Problem
6. Rudeboy
7. 18 Inch Speaker
8. Tan So Back
9. Bring Up The Mic Some More
11. Spliffhead
12. Hard Drugs (Deman Rockers)
13. Shine Eye
14. Wipe The Needle
15. Iron Lady (Deman Rockers)
16. Good Times
17. The Truth

Ragga Twins "Step Out" 2 Disc

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Heavy Manners Updates

Where is Heavy Manners?

I've been getting a lot of emails from customers, stores, and the like asking what's the deal?

Here's the scoop:

We're just plain old busy living. Speaking for myself I have a full time gig as a producer for a retail entertainment company in Seattle and raise my 2 year old son.

Justin (partner) is busy doing freelance design all the live long day for Obey, Matix, Nixon, Street Machine, and DC.

We're just regular 9 - 5ers' really. All work on Heavy Manners happens in the wee hours of the night and is carried out via email for the most part.

The state of the "culture" or "scene" if you can even call it that is pretty bleak as well. Without going into great length the output by most companies/brands is pretty lack luster. With that being the case there is no real drive to push the brand when you're surrounded by a whole bunch of twats who are dressed like 12 years olds and talking about bicycles like they were just invented last month.


But, hey why focus on the negative?

The cycle will come around again as it always does.

So what do we plan on doing about it?

Heavy Manners will be releasing a new website in the next month or so that we can promise you will be quite a different beast altogether.

Besides the usual blog goodness that many have become accustomed to on SDTW we will also be debuting an online publication that will really shed some light on the things that are worth giving a shit about i.e people not products.

This is our way of providing a counterbalance to the crass commercialism that seems to be everywhere you look.

We also have been deep in soundboy business. Working on the Heavy Manners "Can't Frighten" mixtape with none other then Demarco. This project has been a long time coming and will surely be something worth the wait.

Oh and if you're concerned about what the website is going to look like just check out some of the ones below from brands like Stussy, HUF, and Neighborhood which were designed by our web team Ordinary Kids

Boneyards (Stussy x Neighborhood)
Huf SF
Adidas Skateboarding
Stussy Deluxe

Stereo Mars

I would chop off my left hand to be able to have seen this live. Stereo Mars/Skateland is like the dancehall equivalent to CBGB's in the 80's.

Do yourself a favor and watch these videos regardless of their quality.

Run it!!!

7th Letter Gang

SDTW's good friend and fellow 619er Persue COD/SUK/7th Letter has a new piece up on the TSL Blog along with some guys named Revok, Sever, Ewok, and Dmote.

Fresher than a virgin in a refrigerator.

Persue/Ewok/Sever/Revok/Dmote flicks


Came across this little wickedness.

Monday, August 11, 2008

How To Download Free Music 101

I'm going to reveal a little secret. Music is now free. I know, I know I just blew your mind.

Most of the music on here comes from my personal iTunes library, but a lot of stuff also comes from ye old' internet.

I'm not going go into a boring diatribe about the "morality" of downloading music for free because if the record labels had embraced the new technology instead of shunning it they wouldn't be in the situation they are in now. Eat a dick (place any record label's name here)!

If you use Mac then you need to download RAR Expander by clicking HERE

This will allow you to open files that end with .rar extensions which is the most common music file type for whole albums and mixes.

If you use PC then you need to download WinZip by clicking HERE

Now that you have one of those you can scour the web for anything your heart desires by using this search engine:


Here's some tips:

If you're looking for a certain album type in the artist's name and the album


"Ghostface Killah Ironman"

Sometimes it may not pull it up so just type in "ghostface" or "ghostface killah" or even "ironman".

Sometimes you have to get creative, but most likely it is somewhere on there.

Once you find it just follow the prompts by either typing in the "captcha" or clicking "free download."

Then just download the file and save it to your desktop. After it downloads open it using one of the programs previously mentioned and drag the tracks into your iTunes or music library.

You now can get all the Boy George and Yanni you want son!

Now stop bothering me for music and do it your damn self and post them up for others to enjoy.

Bad Brains: Rock For Light

More Bad Brains?


What's the difference between "Rock For Light" and the first ROIR album?

Not too much for the uninitiated Bad Brains listener, but the track mix is different from the original vinyl release and when the cd came out in 1991 it was remixed by Darryl Jennifer (bassist). He gave everything a bit more "speed" if that is even possible. As a little bonus they added a lot of songs that were never available previous to this album.

I've always enjoyed the fact that the first album's tracks exist is so many different forms. Each version sort of has its own nuisance about it and you can sort of pick your favorites.


Track Listing:

1. "Big Takeover" − 2:29
2. "Attitude" − 1:09
3. "Right Brigade" − 2:07
4. "Joshua's Song" − 0:32
5. "I and I Survive" − 5:13
6. "Banned in D.C." − 1:57
7. "Supertouch" − 2:20
8. "Destroy Babylon" − 1:19
9. "F.V.K. (Fearless Vampire Killers)" − 0:58
10. "The Meek" − 3:37
11. "I" − 1:55
12. "Coptic Times" − 2:06
13. "Sailin' On" − 1:45
14. "Rock for Light" − 1:36
15. "Rally Round Jah Throne" − 3:58
16. "At the Movies" − 2:16
17. "Riot Squad" − 1:59
18. "How Low Can a Punk Get?" − 1:49
19. "We Will Not" − 1:34
20. "Jam" − 1:15


Bad Brains "Rock For Light"

Rest In Power: Bernie Mac

Bernie Mac (October 5, 1957 – August 9, 2008)

As most people heard we lost Bernie Mac over the weekend.

First Carlin and now Bernie Mac, wait it for it cause bad things come in 3's.

I'm actually quite bummed about Mac's passing. He still had so many great roles ahead of him that surely would have been hilarious.

For the younger crowd you may not be familiar with his old material from the Def Comedy Jam days, but Mac was quite possibly the one of the most talented comedians to ever set foot on the infamous stage.

Some of my favorite Mac roles:

Above The Rim = killed by 2Pac
Friday = Pastor Clever
Life = Jangle Leg
The Original Kings of Comedy = a.k.a Milk N Cookies
Bad Santa
Ocean's Eleven

See below if you have doubts.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Hugh Knight

Last night I linked up with my old friend Unite from Tribe of Kings Sound at Marymoor Park. After warming up the 5,000 person crowd Unite and I chilled on stage in the back and watched Half Pint play with Slightly Stoopid.

He still has another month of gigging across the U.S with Sly and Robbie, Half Pint, Slightly Stoopid, and Pepper. Not a bad job I'd say.

After the show Unite, Half Pint, and I nerded out on sound boy talk, Jammy's Sound, dubplates, and doing specials for Rodigan. Not bad for a Thursday night.

Good to see ya Hugh.

Big ups to Half Pint a true dancehall legend.

Dr. Alimantado

Seeing as we are finally in summer here in Seattle I thought I would post up some "summery" reggae tunnes. Dr. Alimantado was a 70's deejay with a solid toast style and versioned over a lot of big tunes that were out at the time.

The album is more or less a collection of singles put out during that time and gave the Doctor a good amount of notoriety specifically within the late 70's London punk scene after he was praised by Johnny Rotten of The Sex Pistols as one of his favorite reggae artists.

The title track is by far the stand out tune and is actually one of my favorite deejay tunes ever.

Not to mention that "Best Dressed Chicken in Town" is one of the most wicked album covers in history. Just look at that pose. Vicious!


Track Listing:

1. Best Dressed Chicken in Town
2. Just the Other Day
3. Poison Flour
4. Gimmie Mi Gun
5. I Killed the Barber
6. Ital Galore
7. I Am the Greatest Says Muhammed Ali
8. Johnny Was a Baker
9. Tribute to the Duke
10. Unitone SKank
11. Can't Conquer Natty Dread
12. Ride On
13. Plead I Cause
14. I Shall Fear No Evil


Dr. Alimantado "Best Dressed Chicken In Town

Quote of The Day: Blaise Pascal

"Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from a religious conviction."

- Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662)

Get Learned

News of the Weird

This poor Nigerian man has 86 wives and over 170 children.

Easy now Mohammed!

Best quote in the article:

"....has advised other men not to follow his example and marry 86 women."

Really? No sh*t.

86 Wives Not Good

Thursday, August 7, 2008

SDTW presents "Best of Ghostface"

I put together a little tribute compilation of the "Iron Man." Not the dude in the metal suit, son! The "REAL" Iron Man a.k.a Tony Starks a.k.a Pretty Toney a.k.a the Ghostface Killah.

I've been on the Ghost train since day one. I bought "Iron Man" the day it came out in 1996. 12 years later Ghost is still making great music and is probably more relevant than ever.

He is the only member of the Clan to have not fallen off in terms of quality solo albums. Is Big Doe Rehab as good as Supreme Clientele? No, of course not, but it is however quite good when compared to the output of his contemporaries and when you consider the fact that it is his 7th full length release. Count how many rappers have more than 3 good albums? It's a small group.

Yeah, it's not that easy to do. Making this comparison between his fellow members makes that little fact even more amazing.

Allow me to elaborate:

RZA = One good solo record as Bobby Digital, still comes through on the production tip when not using guitars

GZA = One good solo record, still shows signs of brilliance on guest spots

Inspectah Deck = is better as a guest spot than as a solo artist period

U-God = Who gives a shit? I've sort of always hated on "Golden Arms" sorry...

Masta Killa = Actually had a decent solo record, but you probably don't own it

Method Man = After "Judgment Day" (which I still like) dude basically gave up making albums that we wanted to hear

Raekwon = Brilliant solo record the first time out then complete utter garbage records after that and the frustrating part is Chef delivers great verses all the time on Ghost's records and on other projects. Cuban Linx 2 is set to release at the end of the year and he claims it will change hip-hop. We'll see Rae

Cappadonna = I remember really liking some tracks on "The Pillage" when dude came out of the gate on "Ice Cream" we all thought he was going to be great. He would later go on to become a taxi driver (real talk) he has a new album out but so do New Kids On The Block

Ol' Dirty Bastard = (RIP) Great first record and so many memorable guest spots I will say that his latter work was a little too much for me and I'm not gonna front like I have some candle light vigil for dude

I combed through all of Ghost's albums listed below and even put a few jams that do not appear on any of these albums. I didn't bother to get tracks from anything outside his albums so don't tell me how there's this track on the "Juwana Man" soundtrack that is his "illest" sh*t ever cause I don't care. Tell the other 29 year old virgin, sneaker heads, that will actually care about that.

Hope you like it.

All tracks taken from the following albums:

* 1996: Ironman
* 2000: Supreme Clientele
* 2001: Bulletproof Wallets
* 2004: The Pretty Toney Album
* 2006: Fishscale
* 2006: More Fish
* 2007: The Big Doe Rehab

Track Listing:

1. Stay True featuring: 60 Second Assassin
2. Fish
3. Biscuits featuring: Trife
4. Street Opera
5. The Sun featuring: Raekwon, Slick Rick
6. The Forest
7. Guerilla Hood
8. Assassination Day
9. Run featuring: Jadakiss
10. Nutmeg featuring: RZA
11. Flowers featuring: Raekwon
12. Shakey Dog
13. One
14. The Faster Blade
15. Mighty Healthy
16. Run featuring: Jadakiss (Showoff Remix)
17. Alex (Stolen Script)
18. All That I Got Is You


SDTW Presents "The Best of Ghostface"

Elephant Man

Big Tune Alert!!!!

This one has been out for a minute, but man is it good. I'm not huge on "dance" tunes, but how can you not feel this one? So good.

Elephant Man "Gully Creepa" mp3


Only one person is devious enough to booby trap my inbox with such a vile little picture of some fatty showing off her droop.

That person is Nick McPherson his website

Wacky Packages

I came across these old 70's stickers called "Wacky Packages."

They have a website where you can view the entire collection from each year.

Check it out Wacky Packages

Look on the bear's sweater.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

The Clipse Presents: The Re Up Gang

I don't know what to think of this record. I certainly wouldn't have rushed out to buy it, but I know a lot of herbs are going to blog about it and request it.

That being said I really liked "Hell Hath No Fury." It had a lot of really good production and felt more cohesive than a lot of albums that came out that year. This new Re Up Gang album though sort of picks up where "We Got It For Cheap 3" left off. I really have never been a fan of Ab Liva and Sandman. Both of these dudes are clearly Pusha and Malice's "weed carriers" and although they aren't unbearable by any means they are pretty f*ckin boring and sort of act as filler between the Clipse's verses.

I don't really think they're even trying anymore it's just coke rap with a sort of operatic like feel to it which is fine when it comes together correctly, but when it's just run of the mill it gets tired quick.

Decide for yourself.

Saving grace verse:

"We gonna neva say sh*t, we the blue man group."


The Clipse Presents: "The Re Up Gang"

Lord Finesse

Gather round now kids and get learned.

I don't throw around the title of "Top 5" loosely on here, but this album is definitely in my Top 5 Rap albums ever. It is essential listening for so many reasons.

Firstly, most of the album was produced by Primo with the other tracks being provided by Diamond D, Showbiz, and one lonely track from DJ Mike Smooth. The weird thing is as much as I obsess over this record I have never really figured out what DJ Mike Smooth has to do with this album. He produces one beat and is mentioned a few times. That's it.

But forget Mike Smooth cause dude is not the reason for this album's greatness.

Finesse basically smokes every track with the most straight forward N.Y battle raps ever. He basically lays the foundation for the entire D.I.T.C style in one stroke. You hear it echoed by Showbiz & AG and most noticeably in Big L. If you like Big L than you should probably thank Lord Finesse if ever given the opportunity. Finesse made it a point to make each verse have that clever, punchy, in your face steez that L took and made even better.

After a couple of listens you'll see how much of an influence Finesse was to L.

I could go on and on about how good this LP is and how Finesse started D.I.T.C, produced tracks for "Ready To Die" and "Chronic 2001", but none of that really matters once this album starts playing.

"Cause emcees try their best to flow and catch thee/ L-O-R-D-F-I-N-E-DOUBLE S-E."

Oh and if all that wasn't enough Finesse is currently working with Premiere to create an album out of Big L tapes they found in his closet. Thank God.



Lord Finesse & DJ Mike Smooth "Funky Technician"

Monday, August 4, 2008

Ghostface Killah

I've had these tracks for a long time. I remember stumbling across these on a blog and being blown away at how good they were.

As far as I know most (not all) of these tracks were left off Bullet Proof Wallets due to sample clearance issues.

The Slick Rick track alone is criminal to leave off. The beat is so different and it amazes me to no end that the label wouldn't go to bat for Tony Starks and get that joint on there. Oh well. I can't pretend like I know much about these songs other than they are all solid Ghostface tunes that you'll be glad to have.

P.S Hey Pubs didn't you ask about these jammies a while back? SDTW got you.

Track Listing:

1. The Sun feat. Raekwon and Slick Rick
2. Good Times
3. Flowers
4. The Watch
5. In The Rain
6. Weeps
7. Box In Hand


The Lost Ghostface Tracks

How To Dad

A view into the realm of Dadizm or How To Dad 101

You have to fit in your hobbies where you can so getting a new tat from Jaime King has to be done on your off day as a Dad.

I'd like to say that you get used to the pain after 3 tattoos, but you don't.

Hey Jaime, which way is the beach?

The key to being a good parent is making sure your kid doesn't grow up to be lame.

This can easily be prevented by letting your son hang out at skate shops like Goods.

People like Huffman work at stores like this and are perfect "Uncles" when you need them.

Chicks love dudes that skate. Case in point Hot Mary all over Baby Zeus.

Of course women will wear you out and you need to let Little Casa Nova sleep when you can.

But as soon as you get up you can go skate some more.

Cooking is mandatory if you don't want to suck as a Dad. Don't be fooled though cuz we still get down on mac n cheese and hot dogs like no one's business around here too.

The next morning I caught Lenox wearing his "yoga instructor's" outfit. I feel stoned just looking at it.

More cooking. This time it's waffles. I'm not gonna front like I "cook" waffles. They're f*ckin Eggos.

Good morning sunshine.

LK = Lady Killer.

Good Dads take their kids to parks and sh*t like that. We went to this hidden view in Queen Anne with Uncle Billy.

My Posse Is On Broadway!

If you look carefully you can see Billy. Just look for the purple shorts.

Faux falling.

Gleaming the cube in the parking lot.


Skating with Lenox and he's only 2. I could quit my job as Dad now since he's pretty much set for life.

But why quit when you can eat turkey sandwiches and listen to Minor Threat at lunch time.

This will make you want to quit sometimes. He got mad cause we couldn't skate anymore. Don't believe me? You try and take his board away. No, no I'll wait. I dare you.

It's best to sometimes let them learn on their own.

Another quick break for Dad this time it's Grime City Sunday on the patio.

Baby Hawksworth stays posted like a thumb tack.

Launch Pad dons a hoody sans tee shirt. Filthy.

Oh and Dr. Knock Boots came with me.

The last shot of the weekend. Dad and son walking home to go to bed.

Life is good...