Sunday, October 31, 2010


Hijacked off of JJ


Why the Hoisen Sauce, well it makes even rotten putrid food taste o.k. - I decided during the Apocalypse that I would turn the tables and eat these rottin fuckers, with Hoisen the Chinese use it to make shitty infested bacteria food taste good so Im thinking it will kill any Zombie bacteria and it will make them taste like pork wraps which will need to be washed down with some beer after a hard day of killing zombies.


Saturday, October 30, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010


This guys are tonight >>>>>>>GO


Go see my friend Creepy Dylan and his boys kick it Ghoul style at the Casbah Friday night at 10:30 and the Tower bar on Saturday night @ 11:00. Ride your bike wear a costume and do the monster mash foolios!

Happy Friday

Thursday, October 28, 2010

The Japanese Do it right

Beers To Try

Dogfish Head Punkin:
Punkin is a full-bodied Brown Ale brewed with pumpkin, brown sugar, allspice, cinnamon & nutmeg. A big malty beer with smooth hints of pumpkin and brown sugar. Perfect to warm-up with, as it cools down. Our most beloved seasonal ale. 24 IBU--7.0% ABV

Firestone Velvet Merlin:
Small batch oatmeal stout. Used to be called Velvet Merkin—now Merlin. Same beer, new name!

Guinness Black Lager:
Made with dark-roasted barley, fermented with special lager yeast and cold-brewed at sub-freezing temperatures, Guinness Black Lager is the perfect choice for lager drinkers who are looking for a full-flavored alternative – especially Guinness draught drinkers who also enjoy a refreshing lager. New item – only available in San Diego and Chicago in the US.

Guinness Foreign Extra Stout:
Brewed for more than 2 centuries, Guinness FES dates back to 1801. The fullest in flavor of all the Guinness variants, Guinness FES is carbonated, not nitrogenated. The specialty beer is 7.5% ABV and possesses strong, roasted aromas followed by a unique & bittersweet taste. FES is already a favorite of many around the world, making up 45% of GUINNESS sales globally, and it is sure to be a favorite of beer aficionados here in the US – already receiving an A/A- from and 96 from Ratebeer.

Lagunitas Lucky 13:
Our 13th Birthday Beer celebration three years running. Mondo large reddish ale, moderately hoppy, bitter and sweet. Get Lucky! 8.3% abv

Lagunitas Little Sumpin Sumpin:
Sneaky Smooth with a Touch of What we Call Wheatly-esque-ish-ness. Crispy Wheat and Pale Malt flavors with a Zippy Hop Finish. A Return of the Brand-Spankin’ New Beer From The Summer of 2009. ABV: 7.3%

Lagunitas Little Sumpin Wild: Another Big Sister of the Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale.... Loads of Malted Wheat for a Curious Malt Foundation and a Light Color, But Our Belgian Yeast Leaves a Huge Flavor and Complexishness. ABV: 7.8%

Lagunitas Brown Shugga: now available. How Come you Taste So Good?? Boatloads of Pure Brown Sugar in Each Batch, That’s How! The Rich, Roasty and Mysteriously Drinkable Ale might best be described as... Irresponsible. It Leaves a Lot of Stories in it’s Wake. 9.8% ABV

Wednesday, October 27, 2010


"It just became this monstrosity of custom goodness, sprinkling pixie dust and unicorn poop on unsuspecting weekend outlaws, hipsters and wannabes leaving them scratching their heads wondering what the fuck is that gadget on my bottom tree."

Hahahaha - ...Penche Loco!

Check whompy out over at Still Kickin, literally one of my best friends, fellow beer booter and coolest kats around. This guy went crazy on this KZ, maybe he lost his mind but lost it in a good way, lets all hope he never finds it...

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

1st Annual Julian Hard Cider Hoodang

If you ever have had Julian Hard Cider then you may know that it may be one of the best or the best cider in the market. Paul the owner is putting on a really cool shindig for the general public, inviting a limited amount of people for a tour of the orchards and to take home the cider they learn to make themselves. On top of this there will be BBQ, a band and free cider for everyone to boot.

Monday, October 25, 2010

New Beers to Try

Alaskan Smoked Porter
Smoked Beer. Known as "rauchbier" in Germany, smoke-flavored beers were virtually unknown in the U.S. until Alaskan Smoked Porter was developed in 1988. The dark, robust body and pronounced smoky flavor of this limited edition beer make it an adventuresome taste experience. Alaskan Smoked Porter is produced in limited "vintages" each year and unlike most beers, may be aged in the bottle much like fine wine.

Ballast Point Oktoberfest
Ballast Point Oktoberfest is our version of the traditional German –style lager. Oktoberfest (or Maerzen) beer, traditionally served this time of year at the grand festival in Munich, is higher in alcohol and malty flavor than most other German beers. The use of German Malts and hops gives this a beer a full flavor, while retaining the drinkability for which German beers are renown. This brew is perfect companion to a good party on a cool afternoon with friends and strangers alike. Prost!
ABV 6.0%; IBU 26

Ballast Point Longfin Lager
Longfin Lager is a traditional German-style Helles. Light in color and body, the beauty of this beer is in it's crisp drinkability. A refined malt character is accented by just the right amount of hopping to produce a beer built for quaffing. Get it while it is available, because when it's gone, there will be no more til next summer. Cheers!
OG 1.049 FG 1.012 4.9%ABV

Deschutes Jubelale
Every year, fall’s crisp, cool air signals the imminent arrival of winter. Thoughts of snow, friends and family, the holidays, and — Jubelale. Brewed with dark crystal malt creating a luscious holiday note with bountiful hops to excite your taste buds— it’s easy to see why Jubelale is the perfect complement to the season.

Deschutes Hop Trip : very limited
This Fresh Hop Pale Ale is all about celebrating the hop harvest in the fall. Fresh picked hops have to be added to the brew immediately and in abundance. Roughly 680 pounds of Crystal hops from Doug Weathers' farm outside Salem, Oregon will be added to each 120 barrel batch in addition to some dry kilned whole flower hops. That adds up to approximately 5.7 pounds of hops per barrel brewed. Another deliciously interesting beer in our Bond Street Series.

Denise Sire

Chiang Shih

With Halloween approaching I will be posting allot of monsters that some of you may not know about, mostly Chinese stuff. I will start with Chinese Vampires (Chiang Shih). They start off as half a person loosing one of their souls, they are much like our zombies, but instead of eating brains they mack on blood, by ripping the head and limbs off to get to it. They are pretty easy to kill but in their later stages they can either grow long white hair and the laws of nature leave them enabling them to fly or become Wolves, much like our wolf men in Western mythology. These stages they become god like, with only lightning and decapitation able to kill them.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Thursday, October 21, 2010

LOSER MACHINE Chops & Rods Show

Ill be heading to this on my BMW right at 2pm if anyone wants to ride. Should be a good time...

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

1973 BMW R60/5 CUSTOM

1973 BMW R60/5 Custom Job

I started building this bike a year ago with one thing in mind - minimalism.
I didnt want anything extra, much in lines of a race bike but with a twist with the inspiration of a 47' Panhead and some Japper bikes. I wasnt sure if I could pull it off - I knew I could make it, but would it look good...

Engine, year and make, model, modifications:
1973 R60/5 Stock engine, new Mikuni carbs (why do they call Bing carburetors Bing? Because its the sound they make hitting the trash can), air box removed and replaced with K&N's

Stock with Por 15 and semi gloss top coat - literally tougher than powder coat.

Stock shortened 2"

Chassis mods:
Sub frame shortened and poder coated, reinforced.

Tire/wheel size and style:
Stock / powder coated, new stainless spokes

New Thunderchild Diode board, Dyna III ignition, Brand new Cloth wiring throughout the bike, New Ignition switch -

I left many stock parts, just modded the shit out of them, one thing is for sure, BMW has some pretty nifty stuff that just needs a bit of help to make great. I had a custom Battery tray made from solid billet as well a custom one of a kind tail light. I cut down the handle bar levers and re-shaped them, cut the forks down, rebuilt the wheels, made a custom steering stabilizer, started fresh and re-wired the entire bike to a custom application based off of racing BMW's, Cut the headlight ears down and put a bates headlight can on and replaced the lens with a vintage yellow lamp, Powder Coated almost everything that could be powder coated, Cut down a 30 yr old 2/1 Luftmeister racing exhaust system and place a custom baffle in the muffler, did an antique polish on the engine covers and casted alloy parts that I like to call vintage aviation style and made a custom alloy based seat.

Im sure there is more, just cant remember right now. Bike is available for viewing, dont waste my time, no tire kickers, bring a sixer of Micro beer for wasting my time.

All parts can and will be duplicated for you do it your self kind of people.

I will take partial trades - pre 1981 Goldwing, Pre 1973 CB350, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Nortons and Triumph Triples - watcha got?

I can build you a bike like this one. Email me and I will give you a quote.