Sunday, September 13, 2009

Hat: $20 Kensington Market Toronto
Glasses: $23 Pharma-Prix Montreal
Face: 33 days Working out/sober (lost 1 chin)
Eyes: clean, blue
Head: Clear
Teeth: $19 Listerine White Strips
Memories: Priceless...
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Monday, July 27, 2009


Originally uploaded by dojofo
Toby's on Commercial, the nearest & most convenient spirit distributor in my neighbourhood has recently become my usual local big-screen/off-sales/watering-hole (after I won the Guinness leather jacket in the St. Paddy's Day raffle). Unfortunately while suffering through recent roasting heat I was redundantly, sadly distraught that they too had also experienced a major power outage.
What to do/where to go in this crazy sweltering heatwave...?
Drying up on the Drive, parched & dehydrated, I luckily stumbled upon an as-of-yet undiscovered oasis tucked in jaround the corner just off of Kingsway near Clark.
I felt like an awe-struck, Greteless, slack-jawed Hansel, dumb-founded at the Gingerbreadhouse-like vision of the CedarCottageCoffee-shop/bar/liquor-store.
Revival from perishing summer-stroke heat relief had finally arrived!
Entering into the icy-cold pearly-gated glass door of the fully-stocked beer cooler hit me like sudden death in an instant chilling face-wash.
No witches- only the angels behind the till with sun-lit halos-
they said there would be a $5.00 cover charge if I stayed in the wonderful walk-in ice palace for another 5 minutes longer...
Died & gone to Heaven...!

Sunday, July 26, 2009


Originally uploaded by dojofo
Thunder, lightning, fireworks, & rain electrified rather than dampened the hundreds of soggy spirits at Trout Lake in John Hendry Park. A cool community airy eerie spooky safe supernaturally sublime East Vancouver, BC. event & tradition...

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Eagle has landed-Apollo11

Originally uploaded by dojofo
I remember watching Walter Cronkite live on CBS in the elementary school auditorium and then running home to follow the finale @ home with my family. Far be it from me to be a conspiracy theorist, and yet there are still so many blackholes....
JFK & his brother barely deflected the Cuban missile crisis & promised a rocket lunar landing in the Sea of Tranquility rather than the Bay of Pigs before the end of the decade.
An Oliver Stone/Michael Moore style film "Capricorn One" (not to be confused with Henry Miller's must-read/see "Tropic of Capricorn" ) fictitionally debunked the landing.
But now it seems NASA has scuttled all moon exploration & says it has lost the original lunar footage- kinda' like Gordo Campbell's deleted e-mails on the BC Rail Affair.
Hmmm....What up w/ that...?
Fly me to the moon-
One of these days , Alice...

Friday, July 17, 2009

Be Sun Smart

Be Sun Smart
Originally uploaded by dojofo
sunset on trout lake-john hendry park-
commercial/victoria diversion
just before the movie ("Shrek") starts
vancouver bc
(best city)

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Blog way: Don’t tweet? If you tell us on your blog why you need a Porto Cupecoy vacation (just include a link to and we’ll find you) you’ll be entered into the draw too. You can both blog and tweet for two chances to win!

We’ll draw the winning name on September 30, 2009 and will contact the winner via Twitter, email or their blog

Monday, July 13, 2009

Zinedine Zidane

Originally uploaded by dojofo
Zizou is a class act. He waived his paycheque, overcame physical, professional, & personal injuries and electrified the chilling fans tonight in Burnaby's Swangard Stadium-all for charity...

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Gassy Jack

Gassy Jack
Originally uploaded by dojofo
Toronto's 'Shuffle Demons' spread the joy to Vancouver's "Jebediah Springfield" at Gastown VanJazzFest

Saturday, June 27, 2009


Originally uploaded by dojofo
Joined the Vancouver Jazz Meetup Group today to catch some sets on Granville Island for the TD/CanadaTrust Jazz Festival. Eventhough the event seemed somewhat scaled down as a result of the economy & efforts to leave a smaller carbon footprint , a good time was had by all who attended the free shows on the dock in front of the Public Market.