Saturday, December 27, 2008

505 Christmas Spirit

I was feeling generous and decided to give you all hypothetical gifts. Enjoy.

Some dope snow tires so you can ride dirty all year long.

A jar of peanut butter because I know you love it so much.

A bunch of high school yearbooks so you can scope all the under 18 hotties.

A strap on wiener so you don't have to screw your dick on anymore.

All my presents because you were thoughtful enough to shotty them on Christmas morning.

So, merry Christmas. Enjoy the gifts boys...

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Thursday, December 18, 2008


that's funny mark, i just signed onto the blog with the intention of making a dream post.

my dreams are getting smarter, i'm telling you. i think my mind has gotten to a point where it requires or expects some kind of abstract thought. since i don't have you buffoons around to ponder the big questions in life with my mind is having conversations with itself in my dreams. or maybe i'm just going crazy. this one occurred sometime between 7 and 8:30 this morning:

me and tom were in some weird park right after it rained. it was very late, to the point where it was still dark but almost morning. during the whole dream there was some woman in the shadows watching and listening to us. we knew she was there but never mentioned her or felt uncomfortable about it. we had an intense conversation not unlike we would after smoking. the conversation flowed in a logical manner, which is rare for my dreams. usually they are just bat shit insane. the conversation stemmed from me stating that although i was bored with being home at first, i was starting to get used to the simple way of life. we talked about the concept of boredom, how it is developed in one's mind and how our minds respond and acclimate themselves to their environment. we decided that it is very similar to physical acclimation in the sense that it occurs as a coping mechanism to negative stimulus. the majority of the conversation, though, was on whether this 'adjustment' was a positive or negative thing. we questioned whether getting used to your environment and 'settling' with what you have diminished the drive for something more out of life. we then argued whether being happy with less was a negative thing at all, since you are in fact happy. i can go on, but i want to save it for a blunt when i get back. when i woke up i thought it was funny that my mind was basically having a conversation with itself through an image of tom. the conversation developed just as it would have if i was having a conversation with someone else in my waking life. tom brought up points out of no where that i found intriguing and built on, but the whole time it was actually my own mind that was posing these points and intriguing itself. it's crazy what your mind is capable of.


i just started reading Science at the Edge today. I'm only about 70 pages in but i can already tell that it is just what i was looking for. i can't wait to talk about it when i get back.

I don't think I am going to be able to make the Boston show. I forgot about a Christmas party that Jay planned at his apartment. I'm going to be seeing Caleb tonight and tomorrow, and Transit is playing brooklyn next saturday (dec. 27th) anyway. you guys should try to make it down for that weekend, if at all possible.

i tried wings at this bar with tom last night. matt barnes said they were better than wt's so i was interested. he was sadly mistaken; wt's wings are infinitely better.

stay warm but stay frosty,

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

I had a dream...

I had a dream we were all smoking weed out of a harmonica. I'm not sure if this is possible, but it was pretty cool for a dream and it makes me wonder what other household objects / musical instruments lend themselves to smoking...

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

An Addition to the 505 Winter Break Reading List

Another proposed reading:
The Book On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are by Alan Watts.

Who are you? Who am I? I still don't know but I believe reading this book was a step in the right direction towards figuring it all out. It is philosophy, and it reads like philosophy. take your time and really think it over (kind of like how we watched waking life).

Also, to unzip the music files you download:

download this program first. after you download the albums they should save to your desktop. if you right click the icon you should be able to click 'extract files...'. that should do it.

this blog has tons of music on it:

go through it see anything catches your fancy. (i just skimmed and saw some small brown bike, jawbreaker, casket lottery)

happy hunting,

505 Winter Break Reading Assignment

Grab a dime bag, roll a joint, and prep your b-holes: the first 505 reading assignment is here. I suggest John Brockman's Science at the Edge (the updated version), a compilation of modern scientific thought challenging the established intellectual culture behind the theory and practice of contemporary arts and humanities. So run out to Barnes & Nobles, stay frosty, and expand your mind over the holidays.

Friday, December 12, 2008

Keep Looking Up!

Friday, December 5, 2008

"Stovetop" REVISED

The game is played with a ping pong ball and a glass cup filled with beer on the top of the stove.

This is a team game. All players are playing against the stovetop cup.

The rotation is set by the players before the game begins. The heroes from previous stovetop matches go first in order of recency.

Each player gets two shots per turn.

Games are one hour long. If the team has failed to make the shot after the hour there is one final "overtime" rotation in which each player gets one last turn. There is no time limit in overtime. If the cup is still not made, the team loses.

If a player gets the first shot of his turn off before the end of the hour he may finish his turn before overtime.

The ball must bounce from the floor to the door to be a valid shot. A shot hitting the door first or bouncing off of the wall or molding is a foul ball and does not count, even if the cup is made.

To take a valid shot all players must be present in the room or unofficially absent. Shooting while a player is on official leave from the room results in a drinking penalty of half a beer.

Players must announce when they are leaving the room by flicking the lights off and on. This is an official leave. If the player leaves the room without announcing it and a shot is taken the shot is valid and the player who failed to announce his leave drinks half a beer on top of the drink total from any shot(s) taken.

Sinking the cup when someone is out of the room on official leave results in all players pouring their beers on the shooter and a loss.

If the shot is a foul or fails to hit the stove the shooter drinks 2.

If a shot hits the front of the stove (a "stoveshot") all players other than the shooter drink 1.

If a shot hits the top of the stove (a "stovetop") all players other than the shooter drink 2

If a stovetop hits the stovetop cup after bouncing all players other than the shooter drink 3.

If a shot hits the cup on a fly all players other than the shooter drink 4.

Drinks may be taken after each shot or cumulatively after the shooters turn.

A player that shoots out of turn gets his turn skipped in the following rotation.

If a player goes out of turn and sinks the cup the team loses and beer is poured on the shooter.

If a shot hits a player and would have been a stoveshot then the player that interfered drinks half a beer, unless the interfering player is the shooter. The other players then take either 1 or 2 drinks depending on whether the shot would have been a stoveshot or a stovetop.

If a shot that would have missed the stove hits off of another player and goes into play the shot is still a miss and no drinks are taken. (this includes the other player's drink if it is in his hands, and anything else he may be wearing or holding)

A valid shot may bounce off of anything other than a player to be in play. All inanimate objects in the kitchen are part of the field, including other players' drinks if they are put down.

The next player in rotation may not shoot until the player has announced the drink total from his turn.

If the shot is valid and goes in the cup, the team wins and the game is over. All players should take healthy swigs of their drinks. This is an incredible achievement and intense celebration should ensue.

Friday, November 28, 2008

Best of 2008 (so far...)

Mike D. wrote a note about his favorite albums of 2008 on facebook which inspired me compile my own list:

My Picks (in no particular order):

Transit - This Will Not Define Us
Dillinger Four - C I V I L W A R
Iron Chic - Demo
Algernon Cadwallader - Some Kind Of Cadwallader
Living With Lions - Make Your Mark
Capital - Homefront
Shorebirds - It's Gunna Get Ugly
Bridge and Tunnel - East/West
Polar Bear Club - Sometimes Things Just Disappear
The Hold Steady - Stay Positive
The Marine Electric - Saltwater Ties
Firing Squad - 6 Songs To Live Your Life By

I didn't realize how many amazing albums and EPs came out this year until i started to think back and put this list together. I listen to a lot of these on a daily basis, and since i put this together by memory (left my ipod and computer up in the 518) i'm sure im leaving out a bunch of stuff. let's hope for just as many in 2009.

also, im sure i'll be adding Caleb Lionheart - Think Hardcore, Play Pop Punk to the list once it's released.

can't wait to get weird again when i get back,
- Kevin

P.S. Best of 2009? Only time will tell...

I get bored at home.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Friday, November 21, 2008


dig out those festive sweaters, A Very 505 Thanksgiving is THIS sunday!

this is the list christine wrote up. it looks good to me.

1. me - Turkey
2. christine- Pumpkin Pie + Sweet potatos
3. tom - turkey Gravy + rolls
4. Andrew- mixed veggies + corn? whatever you can think of that's not already here
5. Hanalee - see above
6. Mark - Green Bean Casserole
7. Doug - whatever you can think of that's not here
8. Johnny - Stuffing
9. bucch - cranberry sauce
10. boner - Apple cider + Whiskey
11. Kait? - apple pie
12. Caroline - mashed potatoes + coffee
13. Chris t. - veggie gravy?

we'll probably just divide it upstairs and downstairs since we'll be using the same ovens anyway.

Price Chopper Crew will assemble saturday afternoon.

good luck tonight,

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Friday, November 7, 2008

You want a post? I'll give you a post!

Dicking around at the computer lab today I found an article about how the stick (that's right, a fucking stick) was inducted into the hall of fame for toys. Also inducted was the skateboard. Cool, huh?

Also here's a list of the top ten alcoholic writers of all time.

Have at it dickheads.

Your's truly,

Thomas Patrick Michael Duddy Poops Kenny

Monday, October 27, 2008

Save Your Generation

"The massively influential band Jawbreaker is planning a reissue of their Unfun album. They'll also be the subject of an upcoming documentary. To top it all off, Frontman Blake Schwarzenbach also revealed that he's making music again with an as-yet-unnamed group. " -

hell yea.

also, The Fad broke up on friday after 8 years of playing together. This explains why they weren't at Bucci's show.

and Another Breath is recording their new album "God Complex" this winter.

Saturday, October 25, 2008


Friday, October 24, 2008

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

My friend Eric's band

Firing Squad - 6 Songs to Live Your Life By

it's awesome. check it out.

in other news, im really fucked up. my muscles and joints are killing me and those red blotches are now on my arms, legs, and back. crazy right? hope i make it out of this one.

(EDIT: turns out it's strep, which is weird because my throat doesn't even hurt. it hurt a bit last week though, so i guess maybe the strep spread to other shit and fucked me up. penicillin, 10 days, 3 pills a day. i'm half glad i have strep because at least they know what it is and can cure me.)


Friday, October 17, 2008

Weekend Summons

We have a very busy weekend. The following 'crews' will be assembling. Attendance is mandatory:

Moe's Crew
Brew Crew Crew
Guitar Rescue Crew
Jam City Crew
Gary Is A Piece Of Shit For Backing Out Again Crew
Short Shorts Party Crew
Blunty Sunday Crew
Christmas Room Crew
Writing Sesh Crew

...and I'm sure other crews will spring surprise meetings on us.


- Kevin

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

my dick. suck it.

another website/interview for me and the bike that is tall. click the picture.

i fucking love coffee

so hard i made this while it was brewing.

Monday, October 13, 2008

This Weekend's Big Winner!

Mark Dalton Hurley

Congrats Mark.
You did it.

The night stretched on and things were beginning to look grim for us all, but you pulled it off last minute. I guess it ain't over till it's over. I'll learn from your persistence.

This coming weekend will be huge. i can feel it in my bones...

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Let the games begin...


This is my portrayal of what would happen if our landlord found the jam room after repeatedly telling us not to use the basement.

I'm everywhere...

Hit play on that first video.

Also, this ms paint thing is bullshit, macs don't have paint so I'll be using artrage. Word.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Monday, October 6, 2008

Check this...

...this is my cousin Johnny's internet show.

It's pretty fucking funny.

Give it a scope and leave some feedback.


This Weekend's Big Winner!

Johnny Nicholls

Congrats Johnny. least you've got the insurance when all else fails.
and that's more than the rest of us can say.

just goes to show,
if you play your cards right a little hardwork can go a long way.'s the gift that keeps on giving.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Adventures with 505!

more to come....

So.....whats up?

Found this on at the computer lab today.
Give it a scope.

In other news, the weekend is approaching and I know everyone is hatching their plans to become this weekend's big winner.

Godspeed, boys.


Wednesday, October 1, 2008


365 days

also, mobile and self-sustaining cities of the future!!!

If a year on Mercury is 88 days, how long is a year on Earth?

Prep your B-holes,

Recent field observations in the science of quantum physics have baffled researchers with their seemingly unfeasible findings. It seems that certain subatomic particles (we're talking fractions of protons and neutrons) are indirectly observed to occupy multiple positions in space simultaneously. However, despite an exhaustive and ongoing effort the curious occurrence continues to elude direct observation. Assuming the effect remains unobservable in spite of future scientific study and development, consider the following: on the smallest of scales, the most elementary particles of our existence are the physical manifestation of our mental capacity for quantifying possible outcomes. This is to say, until assigned a definitive value, every action exists only as a probability with several possible outcomes. An unobserved particle can therefore occupy any number of possible spaces. The field data reflects this probability by representing a particular object as present in multiple locations simultaneously, quantifying the likelihood of said object occupying the space in question. Upon direct observation however, our mind and senses perform their perception functions instantly and unconsciously, assigning "truth" to a single possible outcome which constitutes our reality. The perceived outcome becomes an expression of two functions. The first is the universal probability of possible outcomes discussed above. The second, and more important, function is our capacity for conscious decision. This reflects all possible outcomes for any given probability predicated upon personal choice, such as deciding where to get lunch. It is therefore likely that thought processes determine much of our physical reality instantaneously. The outcomes contingent upon this reality are bound by the sum of all probabilities contained by both our physical circumstance and conscious decision. The question of alternate realities contingent upon probabilities not recognized in our own reality is best left for another day though...

Sunday, September 28, 2008


Doug DeSarle

Congrats Doug.
You got your shit on, AND secured a Bud tap for the house.
All around very solid weekend.

So what happens when someone doesn't make the high school football team?

They become police officers and break up our parties.

Fuck pigs.


Nice throw Johnny

hey dudes, i put together some links to free music downloads.
if your computer can't handle it just hit up my external. i got plenty more for you fools.
Thanks goes out to the contributors of THE HIVE!

New Bridge and Tunnel. East/West

new Dillinger Four: CIVIL WAR (my favorite punk band)

Living with Lions - Dude Manor E.P. (that sweet pop punk you can't resist)

Living with Lions - Make your Mark (the full length)

Conor Oberst (his solo shit for all you fagmos)

Iron Chic (ex-latterman)

Transit - This Will Not Define Us (you will love this)

alright, i would give an account of last night but i kinda ducked out when the coppers came because of my criminal record. i'll leave it to johnny or tom since they dealt with the pigs.

- Kevin

Saturday, September 27, 2008

this is a first

so after being reminded of my "pathetic" (direct quote) ab muscles,

the conversation was saved by my totally thundering biceps and more importantly "huge (thats an understatement, its more like the peach in james and the giant peach) triceps"

yup. that's me. for sure.
cops just showed up
someone write a followup to this

Beer Party!

I hope people come to our party considering we didn't tell anyone until an hour ago...

but who am I kidding we have our ways of getting the word out

That Bitch is 100% Whiskey Tango

....that is all.

- Duddy

Just Hanging Out

And you thought John McCain was weird...

Friday, September 26, 2008

im just going to chug this glass of vodka and then i'll start drinking

if a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it, it DOES
make a noise.

the egg came first.

these are all facts.


thinking collectively human progression expands the freedom of humanity, although it limits individual freedoms in some ways. These individual restraints (manifesting themselves in norms, taboos, laws and policies) are created by humanity through it's collective idea of what is necessary for progress. So our social "chains and shackles" were actually created by our collective mind in order to open up other freedoms within our world that we at one point could never even imagine. In creating these restrictions and laws we are in a sense trading some freedoms in for others (i.e. trading in the freedom to walk around the streets shooting heroin for the freedom to walk around the streets without seeing dudes shooting heroin.) The only problem is that as our collective freedoms grow our individual happiness remains relatively the same. In ancient society the happiness one would experience after finding a new dope-ass cave to live in would probably be the same as the happiness we would experience if we found out we won a trip traveling the world or something. Obviously I don't know this for a fact but I'm applying the relative levels of happiness i have experienced in my short life to a larger scale. I was just as content with scrambled porn 10 years ago as i am today with full screen HD videos of the hottest babes. I guess the point is that although you may be happy the inbred desire in all humans to want more than they have will keep society moving forward, even if as a society we are just as content as we were 300 years ago. In the end it's just about survival. At some point in the future humans are going to get off the planet or they are going to die, so technological advancement is necessary. It's almost as if a complex collective survival instinct exists that we cannot be individually conscience of.

that's sort of what we talked about last night i think.

smoke dope.

-"Getting a girlfriend is the worst thing you can do for yourself in this house besides (EDIT: we're trying to make this public)."
- "'s the next EDIT: lamest thing."

word to my homeboys,

It's raining, it's pouring, Dalton's mom was snoring.....

.....but really she wasn't because I kept her up all night.

Anyway, this rain is supposed to keep up all weekend which blows.

We can't let it stop us.

Let's be somebody tonight.

Over and out.


Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Sounds kind of crazy...

I think some of you guys might have seen this, but if your in the mood to have your mind melted by theoretical science then here you go:

For best results, watch immediately after Kevin's acid trip video.

Yo dudes on a couch (and Johny)

I joined the goddamn site, so suck my 505 cock, suck my 505 cock....

Except you Johnny, quit gettin all excited, go get railed out by the dudes you take it from everytime you supposedly go to "class"......


Monday, September 22, 2008


Ballsy Operation

Some cool dude is up to some weird shit in the Mall of America... read all about it:
So guys, I finally joined this blog thing and am now exempt from all ridicule for slacking on it.. i decided i actually win as far as the weekend pact goes along w/ andrew, b/c by not trying i had made the decision not to get laid..

PBC Blog

So, Polar Bear Club just updated their blog and mentioned the Albany show:

Albany show – sweaty, best crowd response yet, stage dives, a couple high fives, I peed in a weird part of the city and I may now have poison Ivy on personal places. Favorite show as of yet.

Thought that was pretty dope, figured you guys would think that was cool too.

Sunday, September 21, 2008


look at me fucking go lets race ill throw down whenever

just so you know you guys didn't come through on the "weekend pact"

i actively made sure i didn't, so i'm pretty sure i win!!!!!!

ps look at my $170 helmet

Saturday, September 20, 2008

505 song catalog


(this ones for all of those backwoods, redneck, slack-jawed, deliverance motherfuckers.)

I was born in Mesquite, Texas.
On the road, made my way through Memphis.
Nashville, Tennessee.
On this 18 Wheeler, I'll find my way home.

"I like it Clean"

I like it clean (x4)

clean clothes,
clean house,
brushed my teeth
now i've got a clean mouth.

I like it clean (x4)

"Weekend Load"

I've got my weekend load
(weekend load)
I've got my weekend load
(weekend load)
I've got my weekend load
(weekend load)

I've got my weekend
weekend load.

you all know the last one, but i don't want to blow up Tom's spot.

they could use some work...keep practicing those harmonies.

it's saturday. time to shine. do or die.


Friday, September 19, 2008

some lucky ladies...

one walk on the beach and they would do whatever i wanted...

that's what im talking about.

...and look at how pumped they were to see my dick!

they were talking about visiting this weekend.

ill keep my fingers crossed.

- dobbs

Cheap Food

Hey hey babygirls,

I'll be at Johnny's from 9 to 3. Dalton specials could be on the house if I'm in the right company. I'll let you know once I know.

But really... this weekend...

Hopefully this weekend I'll meet a nice girl and make her my girlfriend...

oh baby, oh baby.

I'll feel like a real winner if I make this happen.

But really, hope everyone stays frosty and has a good time... should be fun.

what's up doods

we made it, it's the fucking weekend.

first off, i finally figured out the deal with the keg money:

- fresh give me 2 dollars (you already gave me 5)

- tom give me 1 dollar and johnny 6.

- mark give johnny 7.

- andrew be smart and save your money for cool bike shit.

works out to 7ish a person. dont ask questions, you'll just get confused.

besides all that,

lets get a 22nd floor swirl going on.
steal from the dining hall.

im not sure what's good tonight, but we have a fresh keg so we'll figure it out.

and then tomorrow the caleb and marine electric show at bucci's.
...and you know bucci's is a killer place to pick up some unsuspecting youngin's.

I still feel like the man having Polar Bear Club and The Gaslight Anthem written on the beer pong list, and you should too. now it's time to convince the girls. Its going to be a good one boys, let's throw up some numbers.

happy trails,

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Nice Face...

...but really.....this rules.

Saturday, September 13, 2008


is humid and it took everyone a billion hours to leave and i need to go to bed soon

also i invited everyone to post on here so it should get mad rowdy soon

ps. sheisty