Hell week…

Okay, the title of this post is a little exaagerated because I’m making it sound way more tumultuous than it actually is. I’m actually having a lot of fun with everything that’s going on lately. It just happens to be a lot of work. My proverbial “plate” is never really full because I can always manage to do more but it’s pretty close. Over the past weekend, I had a meeting with head editor of Super Street, Jonathan Wong, to discuss the 2011 Super Street FF Battle. I don’t have the official date with me but it will be towards the end of July and we got together to figure out what worked in year’s past, what didn’t work, and how to improve this year’s event. Many an idea was tossed around and I honestly feel that this year’s will be the best yet. Wishful thinking of course but I think with careful planning, and most importantly, early planning, the event will be a success and be a much bigger draw than the last two years. The cars and competitors are always great, we’re just looking on ways to improve general attendance and to get the community and it’s enthusiasts to be more involved and interested in the event. I should be pretty involved with the FF Battle this year so when I hear more about it, I’ll be sure to let everyone know what’s going down…

If my hands weren’t full with that, my week started yesterday with a flurry of writing jobs. I have a couple of stories to knock out for Honda Tuning and I am also working on the annual Super Street Honda Issue, which is an annual special and always a hit with readers. The Honda Issue is special to me of course because Hondas are what I enjoy writing about the most and I’m all for the growth of this community and it’s enthusiasts. I love Honda Tuning because every month I write about amazing Honda builds and being able to do that in an issue of Super Street that’s specifically geared towards Hondas is a great thing. I’m very excited about it because we’re working very hard to make this the best Honda Issue yet. It sounds like I’m blowing smoke up your asses because I just said the same thing about the FF Battle but fuck, I don’t go into these things just to kick up a few puddles…I’m here to create some fucking waves. It’s cool when people come up to me or hit up my Facebook to tell me that they just saw the latest issue of Super Street or Honda Tuning and they see my work all over it. It means I must be doing something right if magazines like to use my words and photos and pay me for it. For the upcoming Honda Issue of SS, I am very much involved and there will be a lot of work from me within those pages. I’m pretty excited about it. I’m trying to make it my pride and joy and it ain’t even my mag…

Speaking of Honda Tuning, I really think you guys should go out and cop the latest issue. The cover car is none other than Angel from ATS Garage and his insanely aggressive Honda S2000. Even if you don’t know the owner you should all recognize the car by now. I’ve never seen an S2000 be so aggressive and pull it off so gracefully. The car is a work of art and a great example of how to not do too much to a build and still manage to take the collective breathes away from an entire community of Honda heads…

Angel’s S2K already makes the issue worth buying but if it’s not what you’re looking for, this issue also features an indepth look at Back Yard Special of Japan. You’ve seen their parts throughout the years but now you can actually get a glimpse inside their shop and meet the owner. Also in the issue is BaconLettuceTomato aka BLT and his gold Civic hatchback and an H22-swapped Civic Wagon with a custom ragtop. Rodrez even managed to squeeze in Wekfest 2011 coverage and is probably the first to have coverage of the event in publication. It’s a good ass issue. I mean, every issue is good, especially since I’ve been around but shit, go buy this. Don’t just pick it up at 7-11 and then put it back down or whatever, that’s just lazy and cheap. If you buy it I guarantee you that it’s at least a three-shitter. I mean, there’s so much good content in there that you may be able to extend it to 5-6 dumps depending on the speed and velocity of your bowel movements. For your sake I would hope that you can sit down and enjoy at least one feature per shit and not have to worry about crazy backsplashing of water onto your anus or wherever it goes. Angel’s S2000 is so aggressive that the turd might just shoot out at lightspeed but I implore you to just chill out on the bowl and read the story about the build…

This shouldn’t really be news since the Wek’Sos guys are so good at flooding my Facebook page and everywhere else with all things Wekfest but the official announcement for Wekfest 2011 Long Beach has been made and registration has even been opened up since April 1st. Junior is actually down here in Socal this week so I might go meet up with him and the rest of the guys for dinner to discuss Wekfest Long Beach but for now, you guys can get all the information you need on the event from the gigantic images of the Wekfest flyers below. It’s gonna be a great event so make sure you register if you plan on showing your vehicle or make sure to come out just to check out the event. Shit is going to be more amazing then the first time you rubbed a girl’s butthole while you were doing the nasty. Like smelling your finger afterward, Wekfest Long Beach is a game changer. Read the flyer already and stop reading this nonsense that I’m writing…

Look at all those colors!!…If I was an artist I’d tell you that those are great earth tones but I don’t know anything about that stuff…

West Coast should be two words!…haha..I’m just kidding, it really should be though…Anyways, there’s a lot going on over here on my end so I’m gonna catch some shut eye and then back to work I go…

WWW.WEKFEST.COM

WWW.WEKFEST.COM

WWW.WEKFEST.COM

Eibach 2011…

Wekfest Long Beach 2011…

Super Street Honda Issue…

Super Street FF Battle…

Honda Tuning always bringing the heat…

What a year! All this hardwork and sleepless nights is totally going to pay off. Thank you guys for all your continued support, no matter what capacity it is in, whether it be just this site or you guys going and supporting whatever work I do outside of this site. Because of you guys STICKYDILJOE.COM had it’s best month of all time (since 2008) and we hit well over 129K in hits. Hopefully as the year progresses I can continue to repeat this statement but with bigger numbers.

Rest for now…PEACE.

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    • I’ve seen the H22 Civic Wagon that’s in the new Honda Tuning issue and it’s an incredible build. The Civic Wagons are rare, let alone ones that have been done to this extent. I love ‘The Cronicles,’ you definitely have your finger on the automotive pulse of SoCal!!!

  1. Yeah Joey, you’re right. “West coast” is ALWAYS supposed to be two words. Cars and meets aside, Weksos always has some major type-o or grammar f*ck ups on their “ultra-elite car show” flyers. West coast doesn’t even SOUND right as one word!

  2. The Honda Tuning issue was great, however Mr. Lee did you notice the shot of the blue wagovans engine where there is coolant all over the front of the block? The engine block had a crack in it at Import Alliance. I am suprised that they Honda Tuning would run a picture that would show the block was shot.

    Anyway Honda Tuning has recently become a magazine I enjoy reading again due to the increased features, and that not every car in it is from the west coast. Super Street is even getting better. Keep up the good work.

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