All posts by Pableaux Johnson
Who needs New Orleans? Louisiana’s Cajun Country has a family-friendly music festival and small towns with everything from alligators to zydeco.
Manageable crowds. Fabulous food. Great music. Authentic Cajun culture. Do you need any other reasons to visit Lafayette, Louisiana?
Cactus as cash crop? Just say nopalito.
A notion for the starving people of the world: let them eat cacti.
Johnson Space Center’s Windows-only policy doesn’t compute.
Computer users at NASA don’t get Mac—they get even.
Visiting Canton Market with Pableaux Johnson.
Springtime in Texas. The bluebonnets blanket the Hill Country, the Panhandle starts its active growing season, and the sun-baked Valley hunkers down for a long, hot summer. It’s a perfect time for rebirth, renewal, and maybe, just maybe, cleaning out that damn garage once and for all. The annual house cleaning impulse generally hits right […]
Pableaux Johnson went to the Longhorn Speedway to see Survival Research Laboratories.
Rivers of fire. Gnashing metal claws. Burning buildings. Army surplus rocket engines and abstract mechanical dinosaurs. Lumbering steel insects armed with flamethrowers and rotating cow skulls. A capacity crowd of 5,000 Texans packed Longhorn Speedway to witness the spectacle—a chaotic evening of well-managed explosions, choreographed pyromania and all-purpose destruction—courtesy of Survival Research Laboratories (SRL). This […]