"Look At The Size Of This Clown's Feet " or "Little Dogs, Liquor, Sauerkraut and Conjoined Wimmen."

  • "Sink Deep Yer Stakes Boys."

Monday, July 7, 2008

It Was Colder Than A Well Digger's Ass.

Another try at the Pano. Shot in early December, 2007, some issues with the polarizing filter and getting the sky to jump smooth, went ahead and put it together anyway. It was brutal cold, in the teens if I remember right - made for great stars. Going to do a Four Seasons from the same spot but was unhappy with the Winter shots. Will shoot Summer this week and go from there. Gonna start shopping a Starlight 60th Anniversary Show at a Gallery somewhere. The place turns 60 in April, so that would be a good time for it.

I Remain,
Prof. Jas. M. Stacy

Sunday, July 6, 2008

New Drive-In stuffs.

In the process of re-doing every sign out here. Work for months. 

Here's a classic example of the operating I.Q. out here on the lot, I just had to stop and kill all the Power in the North Snack Bar to pull a MASTER LOCK AND CHAIN OUT OF THE MAIN 240 POWER BOX. That's right, if you want to store 5 foot of Logging Chain and a Commercial Padlock, throw it on top of a Junction Box that contains the Main Power, so it can snake in and weld itself to your leads. 


Prof. and  Plastic Coat-Hanger 1 - 240 Junction Box and Electrical Disaster 0.

On to the Pictures and such.

For the Ice Creams...

For the Candies...

For this Brilliant Glow Toy Action from the Hive Mind in Cally-O-Forn-Eye-A...

Fuggin with Electricity,
I Remain Upright,
Prof. Jas. M. Stacy

New Delicious.

Here's the new items for Pallookaville. 
It was a toss up as to what the Wagon was gonna carry. 
Corn Dogs or Tamales. Now it will be both, depending on the Festival.

Here are some shots of the Hairy Fat Boy, my answer to the Frito Bandito.
Thanks for Coming by,
Prof. Jas. M. Stacy

Outside on the Lot after the Storm.

New photo. 25 shots laced together and the Horizon is sheared. Not bad for a Jackass. Just a matter of time before I get struck by lightening again.
I Remain,
Prof. Jas. M. Stacy