Monday, December 31, 2007

Merry Christmas All

Are the Baby Boomers
Ready to take the job?

Saturday, December 22, 2007

Sunday, December 16, 2007

The Grim Ripper Dashes Down the Line

Santa may be dashing in the snow, but Grim is dashing down 300 foot lines!

Saturday, December 15, 2007

What Happened Dona Pepa?

Unfortunately, my last visit to Dona Pepa's was not the usual experience! Everything has changed for some reason! I am not sure what has happened. The homemade salsa was different, the food was not the usual quality or temperature and I was seriously disappointed with the over all experience... I hope it gets back to normal as this last visit left me no desire to return.

Craving the old recipes!

Did Hector sell Dona Pepas? Does anyone know?

Having a Swell Christmas!

Plenty of free graphics of Surfing Santa & others on my Flickr site. Feel free to use the graphics to make Christmas cards on Moo.

Merry Christmas All!

Monday, December 10, 2007

Global Incident Map

In International business there are a lot of things to seriously ponder and consider, risk being a huge piece of the equation. Check out this "Global Incident Map:" There is a lot happening in our world every minute. This "map" updates every 300 seconds...constantly 24/7.

This is a very interesting website! A world Map comes up showing whats going on around the world! Strange & dangerous things we never hear about in the news are happening right now in every country in the entire world.

One of the helpful features is you can move the map around, zero in on any one area & actually up-load the story of what is going on.

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Fortune Cookie with Driving Safety Message

What Were You Doing When You Should Have Been Driving?

I was eating lunch at Panda Express! My fortune cookie provided me with a great laugh. Check out all my attribution licensed driver art at my squidoo site and/or my Flickr photo site.

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Off Center Community Arts Studio

About OFFCenter Community Arts The Center

OFFCenter is a community art space located in the heart of Albuquerque. The center is home to a studio, a gallery and a sales shop. Anyone in the community is welcome to come to OFFCenter to make and buy art. Artists of low income are especially encouraged to make art in the studio, sell their work in the sales shop and submit their work for display in the gallery. Individuals, families and groups participate in a wide variety of both casual open studios and organized activities.

The Heart

We believe in art making as central to community building. Shared creative expression leads to shared visions and the emergence of a compassionate common life.

The Artists

Artists at OFFCenter are self-described. They determine the meaning and value of their own work. As members of the community of artists, they help envision and decide the direction of the program. They support and inspire each other through informal contact and involvement in the Emerging Artists Network. The network meets every Friday from 4 to 5PM and visitors are welcome.

OFFCenter Community Arts Project is a private non-profit, 501©3 organization.

Monday, December 03, 2007

Wassa Wrong with this Picture?

Why do people believe it is alright to litter?

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Lucky Boy Restaurant

Where “East meets West”

The other day, Colin Scroggins and I ate lunch at Lucky Boy on the NE side of Albuquerque. Lucky Boy is a 1950’s looking diner hole-in-the-wall style restaurant which is absolutely reasonable! I ate the sweet and sour chicken meal. Needless to say, it was under $4.00 and absolutely delicious! I can only think of one place where the meal deal is less and that is Costco’s Hebrew National meal deal ($1.50).

Ambiance = 5/10 (Small Hole in the Wall)
Food = 10/10
Service = 10/10
Manager = 10/10

I highly recommend Lucky Boy’s Restaurant for your next lunch meal. Bring cash! No checks, Visa or Debit.

Lucky Boy
3521 Constitution, N.E.
Albuquerque, NM