Saturday, August 22, 2009

real life timon and pumba. holy fuck! best picture ever!!

Friday, August 21, 2009

Autumn gettin' it together? Pop up shop Opening tomorrow.

The man behind the Autumn, Dave.

First full day of building, Dave can be seen here in normal stressed head gear: unexplained gatorade towel. It must have been feeding him all of his ideas because as of tonight, the pop up shop looks sick!

Torn out of the original shop? You're supposed to think so.

Jack Greer, one of the artists in next wednesday's show, inkin' up the windows.Also a DJ but he makes that hotel DJ paper.

That's that Jane Hotel/Lit DJ concentration

Photo lurk threesome

Gigliotti reppin that light Denim.

Miles insisting this is his good side

Dave is a multi-tasker. This is a giant understatement.


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the only time clear grip is acceptable. Skate mental tie dyed grateful dead cruiser nods. Pondering third cruiser set up. This one argues a convincing case.

quicksilver angles

Andy's customized thing that floats in water. Four years in the making, gangsterrrr.

fully stolen from autumn. the landlord's gonna be pissed

Billy reppin' old autumn graphic. One of my favorite ones! Unfortunately I don't have one

Sabback reppin'

Eat Logos, giant stickers. They smell great!

Jeremy celebrating the lit display case.

Best stolen tv Ever!

jerry with another gem

Thursday, August 20, 2009


no matter what, coney island will always remain on my list of places to go during the summer. it's really not that far, although when the F train secretly becomes an A train, you may find yourself at JFK instead of at the beach. Coney Island has been entrenched with legal drama, re-possessions, pay outs, condoland proposals, million dollar checks, and every other headache situation you don't typically associate with a theme park at the beach( not including million dollar checks ). whatever though, there's still a few shitty games left, a 25 cent public bathroom that you don't have to hold your breath to go into, and lots of people with sketchy hotdogs.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009


pop up shop in progress on mulberry!opening this friday/saturday/ red alert playing the opening


amazing. who the hell is rope mccord and/or wolf choir? it's hard to believe this was copywrited in 2007. i simply don't believe something so ingenius took this long to copywrite. i knew i was missing something at my birthday..the pizza kind of looks terrible and its rotating on what seems to be a shiny trash bag. i guess the only redeeming quality of this video is that this pizza has pepperonni on it. and the fact it's an hour long tape of rotating pizza! it'd be kind of cool to tell your friends that your dad invented video pizza. that's almost like inventing pizza?

Tuesday, August 18, 2009


Here at Heavy Discussion, I try to never miss an opportunity to compulsively post random weird photos I find. However, once in a while ( never ) I will get a slew of random photos from an individual. So to properly acknowledge the source of such contributions, I'd rather give credit than take it. With his okay, I'm reposting these gems. This guest photo beam is Jerry Hsu. Jerry sent me a bunch of rad random photos. Who am I to selfishly not share these?

Monday, August 17, 2009

talking animals are the best

Sunday, August 16, 2009

NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UPI) -- A 10-year-old girl in New York says she received a $50 ticket from parks department officials for operating a lemonade stand without a permit.
Clementine Lee and her father, Richard, opened their lemonade stand in Riverside Park on Saturday to take advantage of the hot summer weather and within 20 minutes they sold 10 glasses of ice-cold lemonade, the New York Post reported Sunday.

"It was such a hot day I figured people would want a cold drink," Lee said.

Lee's father said when he and his daughter were initially approached by the parks department agents, the city officials were less than friendly.

"They approached us nonchalantly but then surrounded us," the elder Lee told the Post. "They were very hostile as soon as they approached, saying 'Where's your permit? Where's your permit?'"

While several onlookers came to the father-daughter duo's aid, the two officers issued the pair a summons for selling food without a license.

Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe told the Post the Lees' ticket would be dismissed as the agents did not properly enforce city regulations.

No Clementine Lee. People don't want ice cold lemonade sold by a little girl in pigtails for a penny that can't be taxed. The Parks Department are the biggest domestic terrorist. to hate on little kids selling lemonade is not only pretty unethical but clearly unpatriotic. it's no wonder that this girl is going to soon pursue a life in the illegal food vending underworld as soon as she turns 14.