putting my paint program skills to work for theroomsies:
Just spent the morning fighting our parking ticket online. We can really relate to Louie C.K.’s parking dilemma now.
Be sure to check out Meagan’s sassy evidence. Here’s the full Defense Plea:
To Whom it May Concern:
I am sorry for any inconvenience our rented U-Haul may have caused any residents at 40-14 21st Avenue. I assumed that an avenue was an appropriate place to park a commercial vehicle, especially since there were other commercial vehicles parked on the street. We parked the U-Haul there sometime after 10PM on Friday evening. At the time I was completely unaware that there were any night-parking restrictions on commercial vehicles. My drivers license is from California, and that is not something I recall learning about there, and was not informed of any special commercial vehicle rules by the U-Haul center I rented from. My friend that was driving, Jenny Donheiser, was also unaware of that law. Now that I am aware, I realize that the other commercial van parked directly in front of us had to also have be in violation by that time of night. My ticket also states that we were on 21st Street, but that is incorrect, as the 40-14 address would not match up if that were so. We were parked on 21st Avenue, which I am still confused as to why that is considered a residential street. The building we parked in front of appeared to be an office of some kind that was attached to a Deli. We double checked to make sure we were not blocking any driveways, and were complying with any signs on the street, the only one of which referred to street cleaning on a weekday.
I live not far from 21st avenue, and wish to be a respectful neighbor and member of my community. I truly believed I was within parking rules and did not feel I was causing any residents an inconvenience. I am frustrated that there was no sign posting this rule, because had there been any notation I would not have parked there. In the future, I will of course be more aware of this law, and will comply as such, but I feel I should not have been ticketed for something I had no way of knowing was illegal.
If there is any more detailed information on night parking and commercial vehicles I could access for future reference, I would greatly appreciate knowing how to get that. I am an artist and often have to rent commercial vans to transport my materials.
Thank you for taking the time to hear my defense.
This is what I’m up to lately. It’s kinda like doodling, right?
Here it is! Episode 1 of Roomsies!
Here’s another thing I’ve been spending a lot of time on:
I’m in another Pipeline show that opens tonight; Giant Killer Slugs!
My costume is in technicolor! Come see if I survive!
Original Photos by Ahron R. Foster. Graphic Poster Design by Greg Frye.
P.S. Should be doodling again soon. Got new software on my work computer, and this new Paint program is SICK, you guys. Doodles 2.0, here I come.
I know, I know, I haven’t been doodling. It’s killing me as much as I know it’s killing you, all my millions of internet fans.
But seriously, though here’s one of the reasons why I’m too busy to doodle. Get ready for Roomsies!
While you guys are waiting for our season premiere (next month!) join us for some lovely lady cardio in our living room.
Who needs the gym when you have your mom’s netflix account, right?
I know my posts have been sparse. This is one of the many reasons why.
I made a webseries with my crazy roommate, Jenny. Please enjoy this trailer and like us on the social interwebz and all that jazz.
It’s time to meet the Roomsies!
Here’s a little teaser trailer for you guys while you wait for our season premiere.
A lot of our videos are based on true events. This one especially.
I often wonder if people realize that “Rocky Raccoon” is a tragic love story.
Original photo found via WallPaper-Show.blogspot
Today is my birthday, and a happy one it has been!
So much of celebrating life is celebrating the people who live it with you! I only hope I can give out as much love as I’ve been given in the last few days and in general, all the time, really.
Sorry to get sappy on you guys, but I couldn’t help myself! I feel overwhelmed with joy and gratitude.
Original photo by Ahron R. Foster
Hide and Seek 2
(check out the original)
In the wee small hours of the morning, the White Castle drive-through attendant’s voice filters across the street into his window, and Joel dreams of being the Saintly King of Chicken Rings. ‘Tis a modest dream, no?
For your reference, Chicken Rings really look like that.
Original photo submitted by Joel Wolfram, who sings in a band when he’s not salivating in his sleep.
Have a photo you want doodled on, too?! Submit it on my What about you!? page.
Remember that one time when I made a 3Doodle? I made another one!
This one’s called “Come Home, Nessie!”
If you don’t remember the other one, it’s cool, check it out! They go together!
The NYC MTA says, “Hey Hipsters, Drink as much as you want on the subway! Just throw out your solo cups when you’re done! Thank you!”
And don’t forget, a crowded train is no exuse for unwanted sexual conduct …but consensual hook ups are totally okay.
GUEST POST: Jenny Donheiser draws on my face.
Original Photo by Ian Tabatchnick.
Pipeline Theatre Company is turning the Cinderella Story on its head.
I’m playing the title role in The Ash Girl which had its first preview last night and officially opens this Saturday.
If you’re in NYC, don’t miss the show! Click the above link for tickets, and this for more about the play.
Original Picture by Disney, DUH!
The other photo is by the lovely and talented, Ahron R. Foster.