Monthly Archives: January 2011

Okay… Really

Sometimes I feel like I’m a little crazy, but I don’t mean it in the sense of “Crazy” I mean it like Will Ferrel says in Zoolander, “I feel like I’m taking crazy pills.” Am I really the only one … Continue reading

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Colbert Nation Portrait Contest

This is a submission to the Colbert Nations 2011 Portrait contest. We would love to have the Colbert Bump, keep your fingers crossed. You can see the original art at http://www.colbertnation.com, on the right of the screen you can download … Continue reading

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Blog for blog sake

“He had a whole lot of nothing to say.” ”||”[][]|,, I feel that way… I’m sure a lot of us out there feel that same way. He/She… Some of us, however feel they are Right & “need” to stand up … Continue reading

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Happy Dr. Martin Luther King Day A.P.E.

Man you would think that today would have a little good will in it. So I was stacking rocks, and some old surfer, that’s been here for 64 years, was afraid that the 3-5 lb rounded rocks I was placing, … Continue reading

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Friday update from A.P.E.

Made lots of things for A.P.E. this week. Some Duck Tape Bags, with recruit YOU ARE A.P.E. Slogan. Flyers 1/8 page, 1/4 page and full page Updated blog passionately about Art Participated in O.B. Rag Community pot hole contest, We … Continue reading

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Letter to “the Media” From A.P.E.

Community Service is constant, and the Planet could use a little face lift from the Arts scene. We would again like to use individual resources, to continue A good spirited will, well beyond January. By Using peoples $299 Iphone, and … Continue reading

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About the A.P.E. Movement – 2011 Al Peoples Everywhere

“Kaprow explains that happenings are not a new style, but a moral act, a human stand of great urgency, whose professional status as art is less critical than their certainty as an ultimate existential commitment. He argues that once artists … Continue reading

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Documenteries – and Al Peoples Everywhere A.P.E

Documentaries, are the Arts way of progressing. Documenting in moving pictures, the things in Human history, instead of writing them down. These documentaries shed light on our evolution as a species. These for the most part are good ways the … Continue reading

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Productivity Report for A.P.E. – the time is now Join A.P.E.

We just registered for http://zeitgeistsandiego.com movie sneak peek free on Sunday in San Diego, Downtown. We encourage people who read this post to visit zeitgeist, movements, happenings, events and get involved. Social Media, is our tool now to use to … Continue reading

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A Campaign Season Rife With Gun Rhetoric

These people are dangerous, irresponsible, cowards, hiding behind a misguided notion that guns will protect you from your neighbors. Well these gun toting idiots are the ones I’m afraid of. In these times we are going to see more and … Continue reading

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