My Sunday, from softball to ordering.

This is what the softball picnic throw the ball around and meet each other day looked like. My cousin Mike and Eugenia came later on. The field was taken, but we only had three people, so it became a sit and watch people play tennis, talk about the final four, and eat... That's Bill (he looks like he ate something sour) and Big J. We had pizza, supermarket chimichangas, and diet soda. I had to peel the cheese off of the Frankie and Johnnie's pizza, which is quite great.

Later on in the day, I drove by this... What's up with the tea pots? A lot of them. I had no idea, but this is one of those trippy people's homes where they just go off on one quirky thing to the max.

So the final stop and thought of the day is that, I'm doing the product ordering part of my last of things I want to do. It's sunday night, sort of late, nearly 2am, the best time since bad movies with one star get shown. Wimbledon with Kirsten. Dunst (which their tennis form blows by the way) and The Perfect Score with Leonardo Nam, Darius Miles, and Scarlett Johansson. I'm going through pages of catalogs, and then poof. I see "chef" (that's what's on his ching chong hat in Japanese)... What do the three symbols mean? Crossing Chingchongchingman Flower. I think I get it. I wonder, am I offended? Is this fucked up? Is it stupid?

The actual set is the dude, a bowl of rice, soup, and the last thing
I have no idea what it is. Do you?

I'm not offended, since it's too stupid and fucked up and too damn small of an object. I know there's a ton of folks who would be, and maybe are... but it's a tiny magnet, right? Some might see it probably as yet another tiny chipping away at the general Asian image. Should I sell them? No. Do I work with these folks? Yes, now with a hiss... Imagine if it were a blackface character, some caricature with a bone in a nose, what would be going on? Yeah, maybe I'm guilty of not getting riled up enough.

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