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Evolution of a Photoshop – Space Jam Edition

By on Nov 26, 2013 in Featured, Playing with Photoshop | 0 comments

Last week I was browsing Twitter (as I often do) when someone tweeted about their love of Space Jam and how no movie collection was complete with out it. She then mentioned that she didn’t own it and that it was no wonder why she was single.   For me the best part about Space Jam was that it lead the Harvard Sports Analysis Collective to compile this box score from the final game. But I’m weird like that.   Now, I thought to my self, “Self (cause that’s what I call my self), she’s looking at this all wrong. It’s like Cinderella. She needs to find that person that already HAS Space Jam.”   Which lead me to look for images from Cinderella of the prince putting on the glass slipper so that I could Photoshop Space Jam over the slipper. I didn’t find any that I was happy with, but it did lead me to finding another image which, in turn, lead to...

Buttslide or Apple’s One More Thing?

By on Sep 18, 2013 in Baseball, Featured, Playing with Photoshop | 0 comments

The A-Team and Ben Bernanke

By on Feb 21, 2013 in Featured, Playing with Photoshop | 0 comments

  The A-Team movie is a guilty pleasure of mine. It’s not fine art by any stretch, but it’s great escapist fantasy. I always stop when I flip past it on the television.   The line from Lynch is the one that makes me laugh every time I hear him say it.   BILLIONS!!!  

Making $180 an Hour or Why I’m Going To Win a Kindle and You’re Not.

By on Oct 18, 2012 in Featured, Playing with Photoshop, Poker | 0 comments

The one thing someone can say to drive me nuts, when they find out I play poker, is “So you like to gamble?”   It’s less that “I like to gamble” and more “I love finding situations with positive expected value (EV)”.   And this is one heck of a plus EV situation.   So a friend of mine, Megan Squires, recently released a book that she has written called Traced: Part One of The Outlier Chronicles.  I’m only a couple of chapters into it and, so far, it’s kind of a cross between 1984 and Twilight, except without the demeaning attitude towards women that Stephanie Meyers infuses into her writing.  And lame vampires. No lame, sparkly vampires in Traced either.   I should take this opportunity to let everyone know there’s a bit of exaggeration in my “picture review”. I have no idea if it’s true. I assume it to be true, but can’t prove it since I didn’t read the entire Twilight Saga. ...

Condescending NFL Replacement Refs

By on Sep 25, 2012 in Featured, Playing with Photoshop | 0 comments

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