Monday, May 22, 2006

Warning: photos of tv's again


Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa are in Niagara Falls Canada today.



I love Apple and Mac...love iPod. Am an Apple store geek. But it pisses me off that ads can be on the sides of trains but artwork can't...and I love these ads too. I consider them a kind of art. Freight Train art and international urban train paintings rock my world.

8 comments:

* (asterisk) said...

I spy Elektra, Spider-Man 2, Legally Blonde, Fahrenheit 9/11. Is that The Matrix box set? Jay-Z. Can't make out much else...

Thanks, CM. I love looking at people's video collections.

By the way: I've tagged ya!

FOUR DINNERS said...

I wish to register a complaint. You have published a photo of a switched on TV set and Homer is not on it. I am miffed.

...as it's you though...

Candy Minx said...

Oh The Simpsons are always on around here, and an amazing channel called "adult swim" with crazy animation. We are toonheads around here 4Dins.

Asterisk, I've got a badass collection, on the tv there include Anchorman, Death to Smoochy, Farenheit 911, Corporate Ghost by Sonic Youth, Waking Life(animation!) I have piles of movies too many to list...Run Lola Run, yes that is the Matrix box set, no self respecting geek could be without the whole set,Life Aquatic, One Eyed Jacks,Hackers,Monsters Ball, Malibu's Most Wanted, From Hell, Kill Bill(s)Barber shop, 28 Days later it's just all over the place.

* (asterisk) said...

Mine are all alphabetized on one wall. How geeky is that?!

Candy Minx said...

Thats geeky and it brings tears to my eyes Asterisk!

Brianne said...

wait, why can't artwork be on the side of trains?

Candy Minx said...

Briane, I guess artwork can be on the side of trains as long as the people rent the space. Otherwise it is considered an eyesore by the general public and vandalism by the railroad companies.

That is why I found it kind of hypocritical that iPod can advertise...and I consider those ads a form of art...but still I miss the days when grafitti was a competitve sport on trains...

Brianne said...

thanks for clearing that up! :)