Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Team Champagne Mouth strikes again.



Champagne Mouth at San Francisco Pride, June 26th 2010.

What better way to celebrate equal rights and equal love than high pressured bursts of foamy bubbling wine in your mouth on a hot San Francisco day in front of City Hall?

Friday, June 25, 2010

Champagne Mouth video

New StreetWars trailer.



Damn we look good.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Stalk in high tech comfort

A High-Tech Mobile Shrub Will Let You Spy On Anyone Are you a spy with a James Bond mission and a Mr. Bean budget? The camera-equipped and electric-powered Terrestrial Shrub Rover is the "car" for you. Why? It's disguised as a well-manicured shrub.
 A High-Tech Mobile Shrub Will Let You Spy On Anyone

Featured in SF Examiner

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For the Supreme Commander of Street Wars, a normal day in the office entails threatening co-workers to work faster with a two-foot machete in hand. A typical evening includes averting multiple assassins armed with squirt guns. ...

Monday, May 17, 2010

Champagne Mouth

New genius, so obvious.
  1. Put champagne in super soaker.
  2. Pump/agitate.
  3. Aim at mouth.
The only way to drink fine champagne.

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Friday, October 30, 2009

2009 - 42% less fun?



After the layoffs, and the bailouts, and the economy doing the two-girls-one-cup on itself, we here at Shadow Government headquarters have noticed a significant drop in our initiatives of FUN. StreetWars and Rental Car Rally have combined to have 42% drop in sign ups for 2009, an unprecedented decrease in our five years of operation.

My own theory is that so many people just have the wind knocked out of them these days, and somewhere in the fear and discomfort, we all lost a bit of our adventurousness and fun seeking (especially if it costs money). Excessive merry making to some degree seems inconsequential or inappropriate.

Case in point is the general lack of costumes I have seen all day today in downtown San Francisco.

Of course, the presentation I attended at IDEO this week on "Innovation", reminded me of the fallacious theory that product innovations are stifled as companies entrenched during recessions.

Also, video games are doing great. So people still want escape. But halloween costume making, and investing a whole month of your life to be destroyed (in a fun way), is not exactly escapism oriented fun.

I could be entirely wrong and I am making too much out of a small sample size.

Thoughts?