I really wonder about designers at time.
Posted on April 21st, 2012 @ 2:15 pm

I stopped by the mall today to pick up my new glasses.  I was wearing a shirt I’m not particularly fond of, but it was clean.  I decided to get a new shirt.  I browsed a few stores, but couldn’t find something cute in my size.  I stopped into Sears to look around.  I found a cute shirt in Sears in my size, but even that cute shirt could not remove my disgust for the monsters on the rack posted above.

What the hell are those things?  Are the bowling shirts?  And why are they so ugly?

The sad thing is many stores  have a women’s section has to ugliest pieces of crap on sale.  I don’t know if it’s because some of the cute styles are thought to make larger women seem larger or what.  Are they trying to shame women into losing weight by offering only ugly crap?

I don’t know about you, but I doubt women size 2 would like to be offered those same shirts above.  Size 2 people would be disgusted.  And I doubt that shirt would sell in 5-7-9.  They are ugly no matter the size. And yet,bigger chicks are suppose to embrace that crap?

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Hipstamatic Disposable
Posted on April 10th, 2012 @ 8:54 pm

Walking around the complex
Walking around the complex by peachy92

One of the apps I have for my iPhone is the Hipstamatic Disposable camera app.  The above photo was taken with the app, using the D-Lite camera.

The fun in this app is that you pick a camera, which is really just a pre-defined set of filters that applies processing to a photo.  Then, after picking a camera, you share it with a friend and they take shots, too.  However, one you take a shot, you don’t see your picture instantly.  You must wait until all the shots on the camera have been taken before the pictures are reveled to all.  It’s akin to using a real disposable, taking a few shots and then passing on the rest to a friend.

I just wish I had more friends that used the app.  However, I also fear getting a friend that turns it into a type of Chat Roulette.

My only complaint about it is that you can’t upload your photos to Flickr.  To upload it to Flickr, I lose all metadata for the file once I save a shot to my camera roll.  Also, and the Hipstamatic app does this, too, is that if you take a shot, it doesn’t save the original shot your camera roll in addition to the processed shot.  I want the processed shot, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes it doesn’t turn out like I like. I wish I had the original shot in order to do processing in a different application.

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Happy Easter!
Posted on April 8th, 2012 @ 10:34 am

Happy Easter

I hope today is happy and blessed for all, even if you don’t celebrate the Christian holiday as Easter.  There is a lot about like and spring to celebrate, no matter your faith!

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