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BOB's Blog

It's the sandbox you had as a kid writ large. What if that Tonka truck was real? And you were behind the controls? It's Dig It, the grown up contruction equipment theme park. An afternoon of building and destroying giant sand castles, racing your friends in dump trucks? If there...
No fooling. This guy took the contents of his kitchen cabinets and turned them into playable records. Crazy, right? Then folks ate the records. Justin Beiber tried this a few months ago, but it turned out to a real wierd dream he had between fits of being just kinda trashed...
The other day the meter guy hopped over the fence. Bob's dogs did a lot of barking and mean scampering at his boots...but that was it. Meanwhile, street dogs in Brazil served as 'Ball Boys' at the Brazil Open to raise awareness for pet adoption. An update: Bob's poodle just...
Some folks have put together a nifty little complitation of characters in movies busting down that fourth wall to address you directly, the audience member. It's pretty cool, even if there's not enough clips from Last Action Hero to suit Bob's taste. A nice little time killer if...
Forget traffic. Put the escalating rents aside. Toll roads? Whatever. What's really on our minds is: WHAT CITY MAKES THE BEST BREAKFAST TACO? An article claiming Austin as the king of the breakfast taco has sparked a full on battle between us and that city over there, the one...
Driver's license, passport, I.D. badge. Your picture always comes out horrid. Bob's last couple of passport photos made him look like a) crazed cult leader b) that guy always first in line at the new buffet restaurant. No matter that Bob prepped for those photos, had his hair...
Bob knew a guy who made an art out of falling asleep at work. Sitting straight up at his desk, head thrown back, mouth wide open, GONE. It never occured to Bob to take a picture of Mr. Professional Napper and post it on the internet, the 2016 version of tossing brisket in front...
Freddy Fabris wanted to translate the works of the masters into his chosen field of photography. Something was missing, however. Then he realized what he needed: auto mechanics! Enter a mid-western auto shop and the "models" who work there. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/freddy-...
Shag carpet. A sign above the kitchen entrance that reads: EAT! Naugahyde, velour and bean bags. A couple in Los Angeles have put together a 1970's themed playground...or nightmare, depending on your opinion of day glo porch furniture and beaded curtains. There's even "secret"...