In what one might describe as as cockamamie idea, I wanted to send some stickers to Dan Lynch of Linux Outlaws
and Rathole Radio
fame to put on a few coffee cups at the Oggcast unconference (technically it's an audcast unconference, but I'll let it slide, this time). Unfortunately, I got caught up with writing a script for Scriptfrenzy
and I failed to make the stickers in time to send them to Dan.
It is now the first of May, and the scriptfrenzy challenge has ended (I wrote my 100th page with 45 minutes left before the ending deadline) and it's time to finish the stickers.
1: Take picture of Jezra with a digital camera.
2: manipulate the image using GIMP
to isolate and duplicate my head
3: put the image on a flash drive
4: print the image at a local image printing kiosk for ¢29
5: go to my buddy's house ( hey buddy, you should start a photo blog so I can link to it)
On the way to my buddy's house I was almost hit by a car while I was walking in a crosswalk. The driver of the car started yelling at me for walking in the crosswalk. For some reason, when I informed the driver that California state law requires automobiles to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks, the driver insisted that there was no such law. Wow! Apparently anyone
can get a California Driver's license.
My buddy is, amongst other things, quite an image fanatic. Aside from taking a lot of pictures, he also likes to do things with pictures, and one of the things he does with pictures is turn them into stickers.
Here is my picture, my buddy's scissors (they are not lefthanded), and my buddy's roll of double sided adhesive that will turn any image into a sticker with a peel off back.
A properly sized piece of double sided tape was applied to the back of my image
Having one big sticker is not the desired outcome, so using the righthanded bastard scissors, I cut out one of the duplicated images of my head.
After this picture was taken, I went home and used proper scissors to cut out the other two Jezra images.
So where does that leave me? I have three Jezra stickers that are too large to put on the bottom of a coffee cup and I don't plan on sending them to Dan Lynch.
OK, I'm going to give the stickers away in a pathetic contest type thing.
Here are the rules:
1. you must send me a post-card from your current city of residence
2. you must write your address on the post-card
now stop reading, and get a post-card.