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Monday, September 16, 2013

Friday the 13th - Part 3!

Dinner and hanging out with friends on Friday the 13th. A tradition for good luck!

Friday, September 06, 2013

The "Big Burn" theory and the "Ice age".

Think about this: Why is fossil fuel called fossil fuel? How is millions of barrels of oil produced every day, there must be "oceans" of oil in Saudi Arabia to supply the earth every day. What is oil and where did it come from? Why is there so much of it, almost an infinite supply? Are we the future fossil fuel? Someone please explain this to me.

"The oil is believed to be flora and fauna that has decomposed over millions of years. Imagine the topography of the earth today covered over with sediment due to tectonic plate movement. All that vegetation rotting could equate to trillions of tons of oil. That's one theory..."

-Jason M.

"The only theory that makes any sense to me at this point is the sediment/deposits accumulating under our oceans. The amount of decomposing material needed to produce such VAST quantities of crude oil negates this happening anywhere else...What are the chances of massive die offs of plants, animals etc., on land that would not have gone through the natural process of decomposition and/or turning back into simple compost! Maybe dirt under extreme heated pressure after millions of years can somehow convert to fossil fuel???"

"Would it be outside of our thinking to believe that the Earth was at some point a dumping ground for the inhabitants of Mars(pick a planet of your choice!). Crude is/was nothing more than a byproduct/waste that they needed to dispose of, and we/Earth was the depository...they knew that burning this STUFF would eventually change their atmosphere, and WE are learning this now! LOL"

-Mel C.

"In the leading theory, dead organic material accumulates on the bottom of oceans, riverbeds or swamps, mixing with mud and sand. Over time, more sediment piles on top and the resulting heat and pressure transforms the organic layer into a dark and waxy substance known as kerogen.

Left alone, the kerogen molecules eventually crack, breaking up into shorter and lighter molecules composed almost solely of carbon and hydrogen atoms. Depending on how liquid or gaseous this mixture is, it will turn into either petroleum or natural gas."

-Nick S.

"Thanks to those who contributed to this! Most all of science agrees that we had a recurring ice age without much proof. I believe that we had a "Big Burn" that incinerates planet earth, boils the oceans, and fries all living things to an oily crisp. I wonder if a scientist can disprove MY theory of the " Big Burn theory". I don't believe in organic "decomposition" to make oil. Either way, Trillions of Megatons of organic matter must have been present and decomposed under many layers of sediment and rock. Why? Can someone in the scientific community PROVE where this oil came from?" I declare that there was a "Big Burn" that engulfed our planet earth from the sun or a comet.

-Rob B. (Author)

Here is a paper regarding the non-organic theory of crude oil:

Thursday, September 05, 2013

Friday the 13th - Part 2

Where have you been? Well, I moved from Detroit Michigan to Louisville, Kentucky about three years ago this fall of 2013. Life is a little different these days, and I will hopefully be posting some new artwork soon. Here is a photo that I created with some of my friends from Louisville. I have a new website too, which just points back to here for now. I hope to browse the internet and look at some art from some familiar friends!

Monday, December 07, 2009

Switching it up.

Three years of soiling the internet. Lately I have not done any recent drawings or postings. I am going to try to change that here pretty soon and start blogging more frequently. There are some changes coming soon. I have created another blog for the Secret Comix project called "Intellectual Improprieties" This will be the new comic book I am hoping to get launched with writer Eric Haxer. So I hope things will start moving along soon. I have also switched by web counter from "Statcounter" to "Sitemeter" I think my old counter was around 30,000 for three years, a big thanks to everybody who visited! I hope to have more posts soon and I hope you come back to visit as well!



Monday, August 31, 2009


Marvin - Scrawny kid, his best friend is a turtle. Marvin constantly gets hurt, in a lot of different ways.

Friday, August 21, 2009


Ryan is Jimmy's friend. Has a bad case of the skin disease "rosacea", he sometimes is sporting a "scumstache", but the personality are the reasons women find you so creepy, unattractive and standoffish. If you think someone is hiding or lurking in the bushes, it is probably Ryan.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Bob the Dad

Bob the Dad is a middle ages man who is married to "the wife", and is the father of Jimmy and Marvin. Bob likes to smoke cigarettes, drink and party. The man has no shame.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Censor Boy aka Sensor Boy

Censor Boy aka Sensor Boy is chronically sick all the time, and has contracted virtually every disease known in the modern world and still is surviving. He is a "fluke" one in a billion patient that has the doctors baffled why he is still alive. Attention-Deficit-Disorder (ADD, ADHD) is the least of Censor Boy's worries. Swine flu and bird flu was his latest sickness. Medication and injections keeps this kid going and going! (edit: fixed his eyes and shirt in photoshop)

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Captain Gayford "Mudd" Snarfinkillinski

Captain Gayford "Mudd" Snarfinkillinski is a retired U.S. Naval Captain from World War II. He was awarded various medals and honors for his duties serving his country. He now enjoys driving a school bus during the school year and driving taxi's in the off season. "Mudd" has many great stories about the war, from what he recalls, despite the metal plate in his head. Ask him anything and he has a story, just don't ask him where he got the nickname "Mudd" from. You can usually find the Captain at the local pub called "Scullies Tavern".

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Cast Away

I thought I would start posting some of my photography; I am thinking of selling prints of some of them. I am working out some of the details, looks like a 16" x 20" prints will be available.

Monday, July 06, 2009


This one was for the subject this week was "shaky".

Friday, June 12, 2009


I have been drawing this little guy from time to time and have been neglecting him! So here are some variations from sketchbooks.

Monday, May 04, 2009

Creepy Burger King vs. My Burger King!

Creepy Burger King vs. My Burger King! I thought creepy Burger King would go away, and has not. Did somebody at BK pay actual money to come up with this creepy guy? What the hell. We need a cute BK character don't you think so? This was for challenge "Hierarchy". I don't like advertising anything on my blog, but I could not resist.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Tuesday, November 13, 2007


The subject for this week's was "scale" which i joined the FISH crowd on this one. I like to go fishing for real and i always would think of the bait (worm) talking to the fish to convince him that eating him was a bad idea. So here is the first worm pleading his case to the fish not to eat him! I hope you enjoy.

Monday, November 05, 2007

Happy Birthday Blog!

Two years of SOILING the internet with my drawings. I would like to take a big dump to think and reflect upon those two years...but I do not have the time! I would just like to THANK everyone for stopping by and especially the ones who have left comments and answered my emails. I will buy all of you a new car, when I can afford it, someday!

Friday, November 02, 2007


Here is a little car drawing. I was thinking of a gangster in a getaway car or a rich guy driving really fast! This is an example of one of my ballpoint pen doodles on copier paper that just keeps getting built up with markers and colored pencils. I'm not sure if I like it, but it is a start, just to get a feel for the shapes and the design. The technique is to just put down on paper with a ballpoint pen the idea and work the technical stuff out later.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Furniture Designs

I found some old student furniture designs I created back in the "old" days. The chair is black-lacquered wood with iron rods. The shelf is made from birch and the base is polished granite. The idea is that these products come in a small, flat, box and are easily assembled by the consumer.

Sunday, July 08, 2007


This rendering is for Illustration the subject this week is "GEEKY". The first thing that came to mind was "Comic conventions" and old men with ray guns! Now that I am done with this drawing, I need to go play with my Star Trek phaser. Live long and prosper.

Friday, July 06, 2007

Memory sketch - Scooter bandit !

This one was at the grocery store, she had an attitude, I added in the gun, just for fun!