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Paul Walker Dead, so is his glistening chest

December 01, 2013 By: nooccar Category: Leisure, Movies, Uncategorized

Recently there was an internet celebrity hoax that Paul Walker is dead, which was dispelled here. This morning Walker’s agency squashed all rumors that he was deceased and then an hour ago TMZ posted that he in fact was dead. Well, people don’t tend to go to TMZ for their “real” news. Then US Magazine picked it up; guess what? Still not real news. By the time HuffPo, NBC, and FOX confirmed and published the stories, I’d posted on Facebook that “Paul Walker died in fiery car crash. Millions of chicks are crying tears of never seeing his naked chest in a film again.” Believe you me, I had mixed comments posted on my Facebook.

In part, people said “too soon” and “he was a father”. Yes, he was a father. A child with a lost parent is a travesty, as I assume he was a good father. But my issue is more about how media create a world where sex sells and Paul Walker was damn fine (had I said made a crispy comment here, that would’ve been too far), than about the accidental death of a father. In part, the human body has been so sexualized and glamorized in Hollywood that talent’s a second thought. Walker is not necessarily talented as an actor, but go ahead and comment below if you think he seriously is. He is known for his glistening abs. We normal people are who we are. I will never look like Paul Walker, nor will you. If you do, you have some really expensive job that make you do very little for lots of money or someone pays you to train to look like that. Why do Media inform us that we either need to look like him or want to get with him?


Earlier today an online media outlet published photos of Scarlet Johansson with the headline “Scarlett Johansson is in a bikini, looks like hell“. Seriously? She looks hot. While I’d argue that she’s more talented than Walker (evidence one: Matchpoint by Woody Allen), media always focuses on the sexualization of the body. If we wrap our lives around death drama of hot people, we don’t focus on education, health care, and peace. So people on Facebook will explode about Paul Walker’s glistening chest being a lot less glistening, swearing they love his movies when they can’t name any outside of those racing films; they’ll also discuss how damn fine Johannson’s ass still is but will probably skip discussing her talent. Everyone knows the debacle that has become Miley, but who discusses how Arizona’s governor doesn’t even have a college degree, how we’re almost last in education funding in the United States, and how public workers are being defunded across the country?

While it’s a travesty that a child has a lost a parent today, it’s not a travesty that one less sex symbol exists in our world. The problem is the media will just replace him.

Paul Walker

Black Friday deals or no deals. Employees forced to work, do you need that anyway?

November 28, 2013 By: nooccar Category: Leisure

Years ago, Black Friday, for me, was simply a day to eat leftovers, hang out at my aunt’s house, and watch as my uncles and dad played football outside in the mud. It wasn’t until the early 2000s that a friend’s family was pouring over newspaper ads after dinner that I actually paid attention to the craziness that is Black Friday. We shopped a bit the next day with those friends by dividing and conquering; it was like a huge game of awesomeness. We all got “cheap” stuff, and while some of it ended up being Christmas presents much of it wasn’t. We continued to shop on Black Friday for several years. Usually, we woke up around 3am and shopped until late morning before grabbing a meal and unloading the car at home. We then napped before the evening Black Friday sales began. By evening we were exhausted and typically a thousand bucks poorer (unless there were some big ticket items we just HAD to have like two iPods one year).

As the economy continued to crash, consumers became more desperate for deals, and businesses latched onto this rash hopelessness. Businesses started opening at midnight on Black Friday; we responded by going to a late 10pm film at the mall before walking in the stores to begin shopping. We continued to get what seemed to be great deals. But I also noticed a lot of the deals were now on the internet. I could come home from Thanksgiving dinner and find most of the itmes I wanted at places like Best Buy on the web, which alleviated lots of lines the next morning.

Then last year I was on my own for Black Friday. I planned my entire shopping spree, but I seriously needed a single item. I wanted a new shredder for my office. I’d been looking for one that would not burnt out too quickly. I got in line early Friday morning and had the product, but I found myself shopping for several other things in several other places that I realized I didn’t need. I also stood in line half the day and spent hundreds of dollars wastelessly.

It’s a year later. Black Friday’s consumerism is voracious, and now stores continue to open earlier and earlier. Maybe even Thanksgiving morning. This is ridiculous. This week’s KMART advertisement, for example, says some like “Thanksgiving can wait” and has an early Thursday opening time.

People are arguing now that we should not shop Friday, not to mention shopping Thursday. For every store open, that’s several employees who are forced to work shifts rather than being home with family. Work or get fired. This is the message, and no they’re not full time (is anyone full time in retail anymore?) so there is no time and a half or double time. Just one more day of retail stealing their employees’ souls.

This year I doubt I will shop tomorrow. I know I need a few things for work because the discounts are 75%+. I may buy some, but I doubt it’ll be in store. If you think you need to shop tomorrow, thank those employees for being there, double tip, like I did this morning at brunch with own daughter, and consider shopping from local small privately owned markets rather than the big boxes owned by families like the Waltons.


November 23, 2013 By: nooccar Category: Leisure

There’s this thing in the world called divorce. When it happens to you, you think it’s the end of the world. One of my best friend’s told me “you know, when you’re living it, it’s the only thing, but in actuality, people divorce daily.” I’ve lived with that remark and it got me through. My divorce became official on 12/12/12. I obviously can’t forget that date. Since, things are fine. Sure, when you’re entire world changes it takes time, and it’s a year later next month, but it still takes more time. Things affect how we live. When it’d been over a decade, there are certain patterns people fall in to. I’ve fallen out of those patterns; no one will tell you I’m not happier than I’ve been in the longest time. Ten months ago I began dating a woman. She’s taught me lots of things and will continue to do so. I think every relationship I’ve been in, every person I’ve been with, has taught me something about myself. I don’t necessarily feel I have anything to hide here, but I also won’t be too specific just yet (even though Liza’s the only person I bet who’s reading anyway). I turned 39 last week; I had a party. You’d think I’d wait for next year but it was just time. I had a 37th birthday, too but I was out of commission by 9pm. Without counting, I’d say 30-40 people showed up on the 15th. My friends love me. I am loved.

Gone baby gone

November 23, 2013 By: nooccar Category: Leisure, Miscelany

Wow three posts in 2012. My bad.

Devon here. Recently, I was thinking how it would be if I could write occasionally somewhere on a “blog”. I write elsewhere. I write for I used to write for another music blog online, but some controversy ended that year long stint. When people keep blogs (does anyone other than me do that anymore?), they tend to focus them. Technology, photography, foodies, whatever. I’ve been bad at that. I have (had?) one at that’s supposed to be about teaching but my interests there are so diverse. I like English education, pedagogical technology, and photography. Did I mention I also teach photojournalism now? That’s pretty rad but increases my interest pool, so I was thinking maybe I could write here again. Maybe my mummy will read it. I doubt anyone else will.

Oh yes, and you will see in the archives that Donna used to write. She was totes good at it (totes in this new thing that all the cool kids say that means “totally”), but she didn’t do it much. Well, she doesn’t do that here anymore (anywhere?). Her bad.

REI Garage Sales

November 06, 2011 By: nooccar Category: Claire, Leisure, Reviews

Ok, let’s talk. REI isn’t always the cheapest outdoor store in the world, but there return policy rivals all of them. They have a 100% satisfaction rating & it’s a co-op. So this means that if we pay a one time lifetime membership (it’s like twenty bucks), then we “own” the place. If we buy something and for ANY REASON we don’t like it, we return it. It’s like sticking an ugly shirt back in your closet that you thought was cool that one dumb night. So you buy something at REI and in a day, month, year don’t like it, then take it back. Now HONEST people don’t take back stuff that they wear out but we are not all honest. I’ve taken back shoes after a year because the waterproofing didn’t work anymore. Another pair because they were too narrow. So 2-3 times a year they have what’s called a garage sale where owners go and buy the returned stuff. (None of which can be returned, and they mark it all with silver magic markers to make sure we don’t.) Two years ago we bought our first full sized family tent at a garage sale. The person returned it because it had a tear; the tear was an inch long on along an inside theme! We paid $50. It ran $350 brand new! Not bad. I’ve picked up $100 pants for $10 because the button fell off (did you ever hear of sewing?).

So today was the most recent garage sale at our local Tempe, AZ store. I arrived late and the hoards were out in full force. The October/November sale is always huge! Most of the time we’re looking for nothing particular and there are people who will camp out the night before. I arrive at 9:20 am and people walked around with huge hands of clothes, boots, and stuff. I always look for kid’s shoes because my child goes through sizes fast and warm clothes are always cool to grab in the fall. I found a pair of North Face pants for the wife that were missing a button but still had the tags attached. I paid $10.83. They had a pair of Vasque boots that inside the store brand new were $275.00 but the tag said they were returned because they were “dirty”. They were marked $40.83. I snagged them and another pair; the other pair of shoes were $14.83 and were just ok. They were newish and suede but obviously worn (some of the stuff were obviously worn well for over a year and looked it!). I figured I’d grab these shoes. I found a women’s watch in the bottom of a box. The tag said the owner replaced the battery but it didn’t work. There was no price. I shoved it into the boot to ask the price later. I found a $10 shirt that is usually $45 & several pairs of wool socks that were still brand new but marked down to $2.83 for my daughter.

The employees announced that today’s garage sale was buy one get one shoes, so when I made my way to check out the cashier asked which pair or shoes were the cheaper of the two. I pointed to the $15~ ones so he charged me for THOSE and gave me the $40~ for free! Way to go! Half way home I remembered the watch shoved down in the one boot. Damn. Nothing I was going to do then as I had a meeting but when I got home I tinkered with it. I figured I’d buy a battery and try to make it work. If it didn’t, I’d toss it. The thing had a nice solid band, large numbers (this is for my 6 year old so numbers are a must!) and a scratch free face. I pulled the pin out of the “lock position” and immediately the second hand started moving. Tick tock tick tock. Yep, someone was an idiot. The retail price? $175.00 for the watch. My price, free. But do remember I am owner and I really do spent a lot of money at this place. I appreciate the garage sales and always roll my eyes when people return things like $275 boots because they’re dirty or $100 Keen dress shoes because they “squeak”.

Shop at REI, pay a little more for the reassurance that if you’re gear truly does suck, you can take it back.


Wheeeee, err I mean Wii

February 26, 2011 By: nooccar Category: Claire, Leisure

Donna got a Wii for graduation. The primary person who plays it is Claire who knows she better not even ask on a school night. Usually Claire’s MO on a Friday is get home from school pop in a movie, check her DVR list from the week or boot up the Wii. Tonight it was Wii. She began with some of the basic Wii generic games like Frisbee.

I hesitated for years about getting a gaming system in my own home. I remember college, high school and younger when we’d get into a game and play until the sun came up (literally). I finally acquiesced and knew I’d stay away. Well, Donna came home and we were enjoying watching Claire play so we decided to play a game with her. We picked Super Mario Bros because a) we only had to of the extra little pack thingies that go on the remote and b) cause, it’s totally Old Skool (I killed it on Nintendo 64).

It was 7pm. We started playing. We had such a great time, yelling at the tv, spilling over our beer (me, not Claire), having Donna video record us jumping around, etc… At ten til 9pm we made Claire go to bed, saved the game, and turned off the console before we played well into the night.

This was truly the very best night we three had together in a long time. Awesome awesome.

Just me & my Dad

November 04, 2009 By: nooccar Category: Claire, Leisure, Parenthood

After spending way too much time in recovery after throat surgery, I had to get out of town. October and November are some of my favorite times living in Arizona because the weather drops from 100 degrees to about 60. Nights drop incredibly and day times are short sleeve weather. After fall break when we return to work, it’s dark when I drive into work and dark when Claire gets out of karate and swim several of the week nights.

Over break I wasn’t really cleared for travelling or even lifting anything but by the third week in October, I had to get out of town. I put on my calendar “getting out of town” and told Donna to get in the truck if she wanted to go. I’d planned a trip to either Willow Springs Lake or Christopher Creek to go camping, and then I contacted the park ranger. She suggested we stay in Christopher Creek because the rim (where the lakes are) were close to freezing temperatures at night.


Throughout the week, Donna became sicker and sicker to the point where she and Dante decided to stay home. (I sure didn’t want them in the tent breathing on me!) Friday Claire and I headed north up the Beeline Highway through Payson, stopped at Subway for lunch and then headed into the woods. Christopher Creek campground was pretty dead, and we wanted to be close enough to the pit toilets that she could go alone but far enough so it didn’t smell too bad. We ended up at the same campsite where we camped the first time she’d ever gone in Oct 2008. We set up camp, paid our $16 (??!) a night, and hung out. As the sun dipped behind Christopher Mountain, it got chillier outside. We made a nice fire and hunkered down in our warm clothes. Claire just kept asking over and over again for Smores, but I told her we had to eat dinner first. We had hotdogs and then later Smores. At about 8:00 o’clock she said she wanted to go to bed so I took her into the tent, but I suddenly realized that there were no adults there so I didn’t have anything to do after she went to bed. I read my magazine in the tent for a little while but it hurt by back so I too went to bed at 8. By 7am we were awake and frigid. Sleeping didn’t bother me in the cold, but it was waking up cold that sucked. I had Claire climb into my bag with me and we told each other stories for an hour before braving the even colder air outside the tent.


We made a small fire to make our oatmeal, and we hung out around camp. I wanted to hit the General Store in Christopher Creek but didn’t think it’d be open too early. We headed over there after 9am and the lady was talking to Claire. After discovering she was 4, she said they were having a Halloween costume parade and trick or treating that night at the local fire department. I said we might be back.

Claire and I wanted to see some fall color, so we drove up a dirt road to some trails where there were Red Maples with leaves still. I was worried that we were about a week late for the leaves, but we definitely saw some back by the creek. She complained about walking even though we were going through a flat meadow, until I realized she needed to go to the bathroom. She freaks out with outhouses but when you gotta go, you gotta go. She finally dropped trou and went on the side of the trail. I buried it and put rocks over the area before we crossed the creek to climb what I thought was a small hill. Turned out it was more like a small mountain. We headed up this thing and I had to toss Claire on my head so she wouldn’t roll down the hillside. The problem was the leaves were very slippery, so we made it about 10′ and found a spot where a blanket of red leaves rolled down the hillside. She and I made like we were sledding and got back down near the creek.


We eventually made it back to the car, salvaged some wood from burn piles that night’s fire, and headed up to the top of Mogollon Rim to Woods Canyon Lake. We got some worms and hoped to fish. After about two hours of not a single bite we decided to head back to camp so Claire could change before the trick or treating. The fire hall was pretty empty when we arrived, and I told Claire to just tell everyone that she was going as a “camper” since she had no costume. After we grabbed some free hotdogs more people began coming, and it turned out that this evening was a big deal. Many people like us were valley people who drove up just for the evening. After the costume parade, they loaded the kids into trailers behind fire pickups and drove us through Christopher Creek to all the cabins. We were out there for about three hours, filling a large bag with candy. Claire loved it, and I’d consider taking her back next year (with a costume this time!)


I had an Arizona Highways magazine at home about cool drives in Arizona, and one of those drives was the 300 Rim Road between 260 and 87. It’s a dirt road that literally runs parallel to the top of the Rim for about 55 miles, and I figured we might find some nice photos of yellow Aspen at the top. Donna and I had made the drive years ago but only part way in to camp. This time I was determined that Claire and I were going all the way across.


Sunday morning we packed the tent and got on the road north after a nice breakfast at Creekside Restaurant. On the 300 we passed right by the Woods Canyon Lake cutoff, which is usually as far as we go. This time I was determined to drive all the way. The road immediately went from paved to dirt and gravel. ATVs and dirt bike riders flew by, and I put my zoom lens and camera next to me on the seat of the truck. Claire was half preoccupied with hiding some of the night before’s candy in the back seat, but she kept putting her window up and down to watch the dust and trees. Occasionally I stopped to get some photos along the Rim and ended up at several key points along the way. I almost drove back to Knohl Lake to check it out, but I wanted to get to Strawberry at a decent hour to see my friend Alan.

There were several campgrounds along the way that we checked out, but I like sites that have a creek or lake close by. I was also hoping to see elk or coyote but we barely even saw any birds. I think Claire enjoyed the ride, and we did find a few stands of yellowed leaf aspen. I shot a few hundred pictures before we pulled onto 87 towards Strawberry.


Alan lives in the woods, and he’s never really home; this weekend he just happened to be there so Claire and I stopped at his cabin for a bit before driving into Payson where our friend’s have a cabin (it’s more like their second house). They weren’t there and later said we missed them by minutes (but I know I drive faster than them and we take the same highway home). We rolled into Chandler a few hours later, after our 350 mile, three day adventure together.

U2 360 Tour rocked our socks, traffic blew

October 23, 2009 By: nooccar Category: Leisure, Reviews

Monday I got a text from a friend Tuesday: “Can you get to Glendale tonight?”. Such an odd text, but this is me and of course I wrote back. “Sure, why?” Turns out a colleague had two tickets to see the U2 360tour with the Black Eyed Peas as the opening act. The wife loves BEP and I dig U2 and respect Fergie’s music and’s politics, so I called her up. On a whim, she agreed.

I bought the tickets for half price, and I was pretty stoked because back in the day I followed U2 beginning with The Joshua Tree before following them on and off for a decade before Zooropa, which came out at midnight where we all stood in line outside the closed record store (remember them?) to get the disc. Saw that show in Pittsburgh probably 15 years ago now, and even though I don’t listen to them daily, you can’t deny that Bono is one of the most talented male vocalists alive today.

The wife thinks Fergie’s the bees knees so she was ready to roll. I picked up the tickets, and as soon as she got home, we dropped Claire off at a friend’s house for a sleepover and hit the highway. Our friend, Liza, said the highway through town was slow so we took the Loop 101 around downtown Phoenix. The difference (for those of you who don’t know the city) is 34 miles through the city or 43 around it to the venue. We chose to go around. We left our neighborhood at 6:00pm for a 7 o’clock show. We got 10 miles into our journey and hit red brake lights, which we thought was just for rush hour or something but it wasn’t. Those lights didn’t stop for the next 30+ miles all the way to the stadium. It took two hours! We got there, parked like a mile away and was in the stadium by 8:00pm. The music was blaring and obviously the Black Eyed Peas were rocking it. Donna had to stop in the bathroom, so I stood and listened to a song before we ran to our seats while they were playing “Boom Boom Pow”. We were rocking out in our seats and they sounded great. After that they thanked U2 and moved into “I Gotta Feeling”, which I hadn’t heard until that day. I love the song now and was grooving and Donna was excited. After it was over, thanked the audience and left stage. WHAT?! We were flummoxed. I know we were an hour late but we didn’t realize we’d missed almost all of the set. They played 7+ songs before we got there, and we just looked at each other.

We shot some photos of the 40million dollar, infamous 360tour stage and waited for U2. Donna knew most of the old stuff, so she was cool with it. She shot several photos while waiting, since she brought her little camera. The rules said no “professional camera or lenses over 6 inches”. I measured my 28-135 and it was way too long, so I left it at home. I brought my 50mm, but I was worried about the whole “no professional cameras” and, by this point, I did NOT want to have to walk back to the car (felt like a mile away). So I left the camera under the car seat. Donna’s pictures turned out pretty well as did some videos she shot (especially the sound!). She shot this one of the whole band, and it’s one of the best she shot.

U2 360 degree tour

After U2 took the stage, after four songs, Liza, who was sitting in a different section, texted me the set list from the show before with a note, “looks like they’re playing the same songs”. She was right. By the end of the show, Bono had played all of the songs in the same order as the October 18, 2009 show. These included some old school faves like “With Or Without You”, “Sunday Bloody Sunday”, and “Where the Streets Have No Name”. They played some standards like “Mysterious Ways” and “Vertigo” and then some Horizon songs, intermixed with some newer, unrecorded songs.

We had a rocking time, and the drive home was only 45 minutes. Of course that was at 12:30am and believe me, my alarm went off way too early the next morning for work.

Upper Tonto Creek Camping

September 24, 2009 By: nooccar Category: Leisure, Travel

The weekend of September 11, 2009, Donna, Claire and I joined our friends at Upper Tonto Creek campground where we spent three really relaxing days far from technology and work. It was really nice. We hit the local hatchery, did some fishing, drove up the rim and relaxed.

Out with my girl

May 04, 2009 By: nooccar Category: Claire, Leisure, Movies, Parenthood, Reviews

Years ago my wife and I saw Neil Simon’s Rumors at the local college and really enjoyed it, so when the high school announced they were performing Fools, I was eager to go. They only had it playing three nights, and the kids asked me to go. On the final night, I asked Claire if she thought she wanted to go. She really had no idea what I was asking, but I figured if she freaked out, we could leave.

She was totally into the whole idea, but she kept talking about the kids dancing. I tried to explain that they wouldn’t be dancing but she didn’t get it. We got there, got pretty good seats up front (near an aisle where we could slip out), and buckled down.

The show was phenomenal. The kids were great, and my former student, Eric, who has never acted before, did a great job. Claire was wonderful. She mostly sat there and enjoyed the show. She really didn’t talk loudly or anything but asked a few questions. During the intermission, we got some water, she peed, and then we sat back down. We enjoyed the second half as much as the first, and then we headed home. Claire thanked me for taking her to the play when we got into the car, and then she conked out on me.

That was Friday. Last night I asked Claire what she wanted to do today, Sunday. She asked to go to the movies. This wasn’t what I expected so I was a little curious. I knew Monsters Versus Aliens was playing and figured she might like it. After I got home this morning from grading, Claire asked again. I got her cleaned up and dressed, and then we headed out.

We got to the theatre a little early, and Claire asked for popcorn. We got a small popcorn and smuggled in some water bottles from the store. Another girl her size had a booster seat, so I asked Claire if she wanted one. She nodded and grabbed one off the stack before we went into the theatre. Several other parents and kids came in, and the previews started. They were very loud and Claire wasn’t too happy about the noise.

The movie was almost two hours, and there was more of a plot than even The Invincibles, but Claire sat through it all and watched. She only complained a few times when it was very loud or scary.

At one point she told me that if I didn’t eat some popcorn soon, she’d eat it all. I took a handful and thought nothing of it until about twenty minutes later when I went for more. There was none! She’d eaten it all. She told me I missed out and I could use the popcorn bag for trash if I’d like. It was so rational and kinda scary.

We had a beautiful time and she thanked me. Great weekend.

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