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Snap! – I C U

04.02.2007 @ 8:47 PM in Lifestream

Snap! - I C U

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 2 Apr '07, 5.46pm ADT PST.

Oh man! Look at my skin! Im getting old! Heading to HQ.

Snap! – iPods R Nootrishus!

04.02.2007 @ 4:57 AM in Lifestream

Snap! - iPods R Nootrishus!

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 2 Apr '07, 1.57am ADT PST.

Note to drag Queens... Never leave your ipods here...

Snap! – Good morning, er… Evening

04.02.2007 @ 12:27 AM in Lifestream

Snap! - Good morning, er... Evening

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 1 Apr '07, 9.27pm ADT PST.

You guys know Im all worn out by Sunday... I barbacked last night and had to stay late... So I didnt go home with the grumpybear. This is me after the 30 minute refresh shower... I woke up at 8pm... Time to go eat. Just Pizza? Or Jims? Hmm... Maybe Angels mom is cooking

Snap! – Worlds Smallest DJ

03.31.2007 @ 2:25 AM in Lifestream

Snap! - Worlds Smallest DJ

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 30 Mar '07, 10.25pm AST PST.

Little Joe goes on at Eleven... So the Shuffle is doing a bit of DJing for now...

Snap! – Kratos!

03.30.2007 @ 9:58 PM in Lifestream

Snap! - Kratos!

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 30 Mar '07, 5.58pm AST PST.

Im playing God of War 2 at grumpy bears house... Love the game almost finished.

Cerwin Vega Drops 21-inch active woofers to help loosen that ugly wallpaper

03.30.2007 @ 5:22 PM in Technology
Blogged for the grumpybears benefit...

21 inch Cerwin Vega CVA-121 active woofer

Cerwin Vega, the leader of all things loud and 30Mhz, announced the launch of their new 21-inch (and an 18 incher too) Active subwoofer. Whats so special besides the 1200 watt amp packaged into the selfpowered earthmover is that the box itself will be no bigger than what would hold a 18 inch sub from some other company. You'll have to shell out a hefty 2 grand for 21 inches of pure face shattering power, or a meager $1499 for the 18 incher. Click on for the full press release Via fosfor Gadgets Cerwin Vega! Announces the First 21-inch Active Subwoofer on the Market Using Legendary Stroker™ Technology New line of active subwoofers to launch at Musikmesse include 21-inch and 18-inch Hollywood, Fla. – (March 29, 2007) – Cerwin Vega!, a leading manufacturer of loudspeakers and audio products, proudly announces the introduction of a new line of professional active subwoofers at Musikmesse. The Cerwin-Vega Active Series consists of two unique models, CVA-121 and CVA-118, featuring Cerwin Vega’s legendary driver design and bass performance, incorporated in a small compact footprint. Built-in amplifiers provide a completely integrated active system, and a functional cast aluminum grill doubles as a heat-sink to minimize power compression and maximize driver performance. Along with XLR and ¼-in connectors, the CVA subwoofers have Master/Slave output connectors that allow for multiple CVA subwoofers to be daisy-chained together using a single signal. The subwoofers also feature a 35 mm pole-mount socket to accommodate a satellite speaker for full range performance and the CVA-121 includes removable steel casters for portability. Both subwoofer enclosures are constructed of 18 mm hardwood and finished with the option of a durable Coolex® polyurethane paint or high-grade black carpet finish. From the company who pioneered bass and subwoofer technology, Cerwin Vega is the first loudspeaker company to successfully design a 1200 watt, 21-inch active subwoofer. The CVA-121 features Cerwin Vega’s innovative Stroker technology, which utilizes a three spider driver design to optimize cone excursion and voice coil efficiency. The powerful built-in 1200 watt (2400 watt peak), high-efficiency Class H amplifier provides a highly-qualified amp solution. In addition, the CVA-121 includes a unique onboard parametric equalizer that allows for added adjustment of the gain, frequency and Q for customized performance options. To add to its unique design, the subwoofer is housed in a cabinet the size of a traditional 18-inch subwoofer, and includes a striking cast aluminum grille design. CVA-121 • High-Performance 21-inch Woofer with Stroker™ Technology • Powerful Built-in 1200 watt Amplifier, 2400 watt Peak • Solid 18-mm Hardwood Enclosure Construction • Durable Coolex® Polyurethane Paint Finish or Carpet Finish • Versatile Onboard Parametric Equalizer • Scalable with Multiple Subs using Master/Slave Outputs • Convenient Stereo Crossover Outputs • Weight: 180 lb (81 kg) • Dimensions (H x W x D): 31.75 in x 23.5 in x 23.5 in - 806 mm x 533 mm x 533 mm • MSRP $1,999 The CVA-118 boasts a high-performance 18-inch Cerwin Vega woofer for extreme power handling and exceptional low-frequency response. Like its 21-inch big brother, the CVA-118 features built-in amplification for an integrated, all-in-one solution but with 700 watt (1400 watt peak) of high performance output. The overall size of the subwoofer is also minimal, housed in an enclosure the size of a standard 15-inch subwoofer. CVA-118 • High-Performance 18-inch Cerwin-Vega! Woofer • Powerful Built-in 700 watt Amplifier, 1400 watt Peak • Solid 18-mm Hardwood Enclosure Construction • Durable Coolex® Polyurethane Paint or High Grade Carpet Finish • Scalable with Multiple Subs using Master/Slave Outputs • Convenient Stereo Crossover Outputs • Weight: 115 lb (52 kg) • Dimensions (H x W x D): 25.0 in x 21.0 in x 23.5 in - 635 mm x 533 mm x 597 mm • MSRP: $1,499

Raleigh’s “LED City” not only cheaper, but brighter and safer?

03.30.2007 @ 3:18 PM in Technology
I'm a Buffalo boy now, but sometimes I just have to pat my old state (NC) on the back when they do something good...


When Raleigh officials announced in February that they were rolling out an LED lit city in hopes of using less energy, little did they know that the lights would also make people feel safer. In a recent survey from Cree, the local RTP based company who created the LED's for the city, results showed that an overall feeling of safety from commuters was increased by %76 when the new lights were installed in a parking garage.

Raleigh Garage Before and After

the people of Raleigh also felt for the most part that the lights were brighter and made the parking deck look cleaner. I'm gonna call up the old ex in Raleigh and ask him what he thinks. Via Engadget

Kevin Smith (and me) Talks about Bears

03.30.2007 @ 2:16 PM in Lifestream
No, not pandas or kodiaks, but men. Real men... furry or smooth, but most often with a belly and a bit of a bulge, the bear community stands out from the rest for me. I guess I like em because not only can they sew curtains, but they can fix the sink under em as well. I like a bear because when I curl up with grumpy bear, I know I have something to hold on to. he keeps me warm and when he grabs me and holds me tight, I feel drawn into him completely, like I'm a part of him. Mebbe I'm greedy too; I want more bang for my buck (ha!). Mebbe its because I'm from the south and the good ole boy always turned my head. Either way, I can't sexually be attracted to any guy that doesn't possess "grab handles" or a bit of fuzz. I'm no chubby chaser, I just like guys that have a bit more. It's rough being skinny and going for the bears, too. Some are very closed circled, only into other guys of the same girth. I get a lot of flack from the "twinks" too, they think because I'm skinny and "cute" that I should flock to them and date in their little cesspool. My favorite comment... "You can get any guy you want, why do you wanna date someone like that?" My Response... "I can get any guy I want (for now, at least), and I want to date some one like that" So Anyways, here's Kevin Smith (from the Jay and Silent Bob Movies, oh and that stupid Jersey Girls) talking about bears, the guys that love em, and his [hot] gay bear friend, Malcolm Ingram. Oh, and I'd do Kevin Smith, too.

Kevin Smith and Malcolm Ingram


Snap! – Theres 1 gram of protein in em

03.30.2007 @ 12:16 PM in Lifestream

Snap! - Theres 1 gram of protein in em

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 30 Mar '07, 8.16am AST PST.

My breakfast this morning is Whoppers... And a Dr. Pepper.

Snap! – you rang?

03.30.2007 @ 2:11 AM in Lifestream

Snap! - you rang?

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 29 Mar '07, 10.11pm AST PST.

Im on my way Richard