Thursday, October 21, 2010


our house has been in various states of disrepair for three weeks now. well, not 'disrepair' — more like disassembled. a construction crew is busy making our abode wheelchair accessible. there isn't always power or wifi, so i've been slacking on the blog.

work should be done next week. i'll post pictures of our wheeler-friendly updates. in the meantime, here's a halloween costume idea for anyone out there with ALS.

Sunday, October 10, 2010


About 10 minutes after I came up with the design for this year's ALS walk shirts, I thought to myself, “that would make a kick-ass tattoo.” Turns out it does make a pretty kick-ass tattoo.


I went to St. Sabrina's in uptown to get a price quote, and to ask about tweaking or shading my design. they had an opening, so I figured “what the hell?”

It's worth mentioning that St. Sabrina's has one tattoo room on the main floor, and the rest are upstairs. Stairs are kind of scary for me to navigate. Taylor, my artist, was nice enough to leave her upstairs station and come down to the main level to do my tattoo. Good stuff.

I've tried to convince Marney and that she should get a giant tattoo of my skull on her back. She wasn't having it.

I need to think of a nickname for my design. So far the front runner is disabilideath, but I think I can do better.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Thank You ALS Assassination Squad

Thank you very much to everyone that came to the Minneapolis ALS walk last weekend. I really appreciate all of the support. The ALS Assassination Squad t-shirts were a huge hit at the walk, so we are doing another print run. You have until October 15th to get your order in. Order info is on my website.

Here is one of our youngest assassins. Don't be afraid to order a onesie, they're adorable!