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Homemade Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches were my demise as a kid. My grandmother would spend countless hours picking strawberries and raspberries at those “pick your own” farms. Cartons of berries would litter her kitchen as she went through the jamming phase. At the end of this process out came the most delicious jam you’ve ever tasted, it was to die for. My fondest memories of vacations as a child were making these sandwiches with my cousins for our trips to the beach. My favorite was definitely the strawberry jam.

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the strawberry jam

Here’s some more art done by a close friend of mine, Samuel Jackson. He focuses on photography and his style is ever changing. Here are a few pictures from his facebook page and he is also on Flickr

Fireworks

Subway

Smoke Rings

Apple

Dreamscape

Spider Web

Swim Text

stumbleupon

Stumble Upon has similar addictive properties to that of crack. People literally spend hours upon hours “stumbling” on to new and cool websites that you wouldn’t normally be able to find with your typically search engine like Google or Yahoo. I personally have trouble not stumble when I’m on my computer, especially when I’ve got writers block and I’m trying to cram out that paper for my Tuesday class. These are just a few things that you can find on this amazing website…

Stumble not only brings you to sites but always finds funny and often thought provoking images. This one happens to be about protest signs of 2009 and is a spoof off of Kayne West’s VMA’s outburst.

There are also tons of videos that come up when you stumble, this one was pretty cool.

This one is one of my favorites, it’s the song “Stand By Me” originally performed by Ben E King covered by various musicians from all around the world.

What I like most about Stumble Upon, is that you can customize what sort of sites you stumble to. When you get stumble upon for your internet tool bar it’ll ask you to choose between a number of topics such as business, art, videos, and news and based on these preferences stumble will take you to sites that fit these categories.

My corn dog movie would definitely be Clerks by Kevin Smith. This movie gets me every time I watch it. What I love most about it is how simple the plot is but how great the actors are. The movie’s about 2 Clerks who work at a convenience store, sounds boring right? Kevin Smith makes this boring ass plot into a work of art by focusing on witty dialogue between the different characters that are all unique. My two favorite characters in the movie are Jay and Silent Bob, two ridiculous guys who hang outside the Quick Stop. Another thing that I love about the movie is how it was made on one of the lowest budgets and uses hardly any cinematic effects. Movies now days are all about special effects and big budgets, but Kevin Smith was able to make a brilliant film with a practical budget.

Sunset

Amusement Park

Mass

Night Light

Problemaddicts- The Guest List

The Spot

Static

Life

Is Your Child a Tagger?

More work by Jon Coe can be found at www.myspace.com/coeproduced.

Parachute Jump:

Dear God, why did you let my rip cord break? I’m only 19, I still have sooo much more life to live. I can name numerous things that I still have yet to try, to learn, and experience. I’ve never been to a major concert, I’ve never experienced life in europe, and I will never see the day I graduate college; what a jip.

I will never forget the first concert I attended. It was my sophomore year in High School and my favorite musical group Audible Mainframe from Boston was coming to the nearby concert hall The Iron Horse. Anticipation started to build as the day of the concert drew nearer, the thought of seeing Exposition (vocalist) and Bobby Mobetta (sax) live in person was overwhelming. That night was single handedly one of the most memorable nights of my life.

The Color of Fire

Aqua Zippo

Artistic Hands

Blue Eyes

Water meets Fire

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