Archive for October, 2006

Master the Etch a Sketch

master the etch a sketch from wikihow, and yes, that is the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth by Tadao Ando
[Ed: what’s so ill about this, they didn’t even include the shadowing!]

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Posted: October 27th, 2006
at 9:43am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: art,mnp is for the children

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Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop Snitching (mnp version)

Saw this over at our bro’s site The Brilliant Mistake (an ill blog, not to be confused with these cats)… but nevertheless weAAdecided it needed to be featured here:

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If you’re from Boston (or probably anywhere on the east coast) you might already be familiar with the "stop snitching"AAMarco Antonio EnnisAAshirts complete with bullet holes and all.AA Well, that stuff‘s no joke but…

myninjaplease would like you the responsible consumer to do your part to STOP STOP STOP SNITCHING.AA This has been a public service announcement.

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Posted: October 27th, 2006
at 9:39am by black octagons


Categories: hood status,crime,clothes

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Print and Cut

Star Wars paper masks at starwars

[Ed: Just for those who were wondering, these are in fact ninja-worthy.]

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Posted: October 27th, 2006
at 9:04am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: celebrity,art,robots

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Becoming Astronauts

There are also parallels between Indian philosophy and contemporary marketing theory, which has shifted away from manipulating consumers to collaborating with them. "Marketing has tended to use the language of conquest," says Kellogg professor Mohanbir S. Sawhney, a Sikh who discusses the relevance of the Bhagavad Gita to business on his Web site. Now the focus is on using customer input to dream up new products, Sawhney says, which "requires a symbiotic relationship with those around us."

karma and capitalism at keepmedia

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Posted: October 27th, 2006
at 9:03am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: life,business,politricks,philosophy

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West Coast, Norway

flawless landscape gallery at lothen

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Posted: October 27th, 2006
at 9:01am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: photo

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Snipes on the Run: Part 2

Last we heard the Grand Master himself was snapped in Namibia, a country without an extradition treaty with the U.S.

Here’s the pic:

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Of course we can’t actually confirm that it’s him, but if it is, we certainly don’t condone his brazen non-use of disguise. Maybe it’s the post-op photo. Face… offff.

The next bright light Snipes faces, of course, might be that of U.S. marshals seeking his arrest, as he is wanted here on charges of tax fraud. Joanne Reay, one of the producers of "Gallowwalker," the film on which Snipes is working in Nambia, told the Associated Press today, "As far as we understand, Wesley is not going to be arrested in Namibia." What’s more, Snipes is expected to stay in Namibia until December.

According to Reay, Snipes is not staying at the same luxurious lodge at which Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie stayed when Jolie was pregnant and gave birth to their daughter Shiloh Nouvel this summer.

Well that’s certainly a relief.
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Posted: October 26th, 2006
at 3:18pm by black octagons


Categories: hood status,crime,too good to be true,real life news

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My Ninja, Please! 10/26/06: Cammo Day at School

This school in Florida does some type of anti-drug week every year to commemorate some dude who died back in the 80’s [I know you like the abridged version].AA Basically some teacher decided that it was a good idea for all the kids to wearAAmilitary fatiguesAAto school to symbolize the "fight against drugs."AA

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"Hey, Cooper, guess who forgot their fatigues?"
"Probably that loser girl, Emily.AA Let’s show her how we do down here in Guantanamo"

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First of all, my silly ninja, it’s called the "war on drugs"… and it involves real troops in cammo’s, not school children.AA Yes, motherfudgers are (and have been since back in the day)AAdying as a result of this war itself, not to even mention the current war going on.

And even in peace time, when is it appropriate for kids to come to school like it’s Kuwait in ’94, whatAAwith all the damned school shootings going down these days!AA I would like to say to the principal of this school, My Ninja, Please use your common sense.

"I’m just not getting the camouflage," said Angie Arellano, whose sixth-grade son opted out. "With everything going on in the world, I really don’t get it." She suggested more lighthearted alternatives, such as "wear your jeans inside out" or "wear opposite shoes." She said she planned to have a long talk with her son about war and violence in response to the event.

Original Article from Washington Post

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Posted: October 26th, 2006
at 2:40pm by black octagons


Categories: myninjaplease,not ninja-worthy,real life news

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Bandaid Board

another great board

from flickr

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Posted: October 26th, 2006
at 2:00pm by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: gear,contemporary

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World’s Fastest Text Messager EMBARRASSED!

So this guy will never show his face in or around our dojo again!AAAAAfter sufferingAAHUMILIATING defeat at the hands of a mere machine, 18 year old Ben Cook- World’s Fastest (non-ninja) text messager said this: "I’m pretty humbled to have been beaten like that," with a smile.AA For a dude who is such a fast text messager…

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"So… heard you got beat by a computer"
"Heh."

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What the heck kinda response is that?AA HANG YOUR HEAD IN SHAME BEN!

Brief from MSNBC

[Ed: It’s not likeAAI know him or have ever seen him, but he might be suffering from "the Forrest effect"] [ph33r rob0ts]

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Posted: October 26th, 2006
at 1:02pm by black octagons


Categories: too good to be true,robots

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