06 January 2006

required reading for oc punks, hipsters and anti-conservatives

The OC, home of the Irvine Co. and the mythical Bluth Co.

Where else on the internets can one ask the following question and receive a succinct etymological response:

Why is a Dirty Sanchez called a Dirty Sanchez?

Gustavo Arrellano answers this and many other inquiries in this week's edition of Ask a Mexican! He also touches on similar depraved acts such as the mysterious Greek and the Dutch Oven.

Want to know who are Orange County's top ten criminal cops of 2005? Moxley delivers his list of cops who harass female co-workers, threaten citizens with their guns during a golf game, and shoot unarmed suspects in the back. What a bunch of winners. (hat tip: el serracho)

Commie Girl recants a tale of steamy love between Mamie van Doren and Tony Curtis on the set of Spartacus. Umm, Mamie, can I travel back in time and go to your toga party?

If you're lucky enough to pick up a hard copy of the OC Weekly then you'd be delighted by the twenty-plus pages of ads for escort services. Hey, they've gotta make money somehow.

Thanks OC Weekly, for continually defying the conservative establishment and proving every week that Orange County can be interesting if you only look hard enough.


I guess you could say this is the "Original Pime". I stopped blogging here regularly in May 2008 (if you don't count the B-Sides diversion - yes it gets confusing) when I joined the Tumblr revolution. Going forward bravely into 2009, this site will serve to house any large image work I produce.

Peace out.


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