No one likes the TUNA episode 4 – Arley Elizabeth

So here’s the 4th episode of “No one likes the TUNA” episode 4. Still not perfect but we’re trying to get there. Brian couldn’t make it so Xena Kai was gracious enough to fill in for him and she may even return for the next show along with Chaba who also couldn’t make it to attend a cousins graduation. Also, we had a new boom guy who didn’t realize every little shuffle and move he made with the boom mic would translate to an irritating knock and rubbing noise so we apologize for the sound. He has since been horrifically executed and will be replaced by a ladder… Anyways we talk “Fast and Furious 6″ answer some questions, recap Eibach Wekfest LA and Autocon, and talk to “Arsely” Elizabeth… get it!? Arsely? Cause she has a nice arse! JK all joking aside we talk to Arley Elizabeth and anal twerking and anal escapades. The car being shot is Prestige Marketing’s newly acquired GT wide BMW M3 shot by Keith “Keychain” Cheng. Hope you enjoy the show and thank you for watching! If you have questions you can email us at info@noonelikesthetuna.com.

Wek’Fest 2011 LA

Photos by Keith Cheng aka “keychain” for itsjdmyo.com

Speedhunters Meet 2011

Photos by Keith Cheng aka “keychain” for itsjdmyo.com

Check out this video of the event by my friend Vu Pham “Royal Origin”

Hontune

Words and Photos by Keith Cheng aka “keychain” for itsjdmyo.com

I had the chance to check out the Hontune event that happened recently at Fontana Speedway. It was really nice to be able to attend an event that wasn’t a “mission” for me to get too, since many of the events that occur are quite a far drive at times. I attended mostly to just hang out with some friends and just relax. The weather wasn’t too pleasant to say the least. It was extra cold and windy all throughout the day and there wasn’t much around to block us from the elements. Other then the weather it was just a kick back day.

Joey from “The Chronicles” and his booth set up. You can see the wind blowing his banner.

Check out http://www.stickydiljoe.com for some decals!

Joey had some DVD’s on display. They are the same ones that were featured on “The Chronicles”.

Everyone bundled up in jackets and the wind blowing banners.

Not sure how this happened. But all the white cars just ended up parking together.

Ejay.

Rywire.

Big Mike.

Big Mike talking on the walkie-talkie and Joey reviewing some shots.

DPK David.

Big Mike’s Prelude.

AS1 Norman doing the typical expression everyone has when viewing Big Mike’s engine bay.

DPK David’s Civic.

The weather created some pretty dramatic looking clouds.

My Accord.

It seemed like there were more people there for the Kogi Truck then the actual car meet.

Bisi’s CRZ.

Big Mike carrying Rywire!

AS1 Norman’s Civic.

Sid, Arnel, and Big Mike.

Wolverine Rywire.

Wolverine DPK David.

Autocon Coverage

Words and Photos by Keith Cheng aka “keychain” for itsjdmyo.com

Remember waking up Christmas morning and hoping that the toy of your dreams was waiting for you under the tree? Well I remember that feeling and I’m sure many of you know how good it feels to actually find that toy underneath all that wrapping paper. Even though a lot of us are now older and have since moved on to other items; we still remember those childhood memories and jump at the opportunity to allow another child to have the same feeling. Toys for Tots is a charity program that has been providing underprivileged children that feeling for many years. When I heard that a car event called Autocon had teamed up with them I was all for it. Christmas time truly brings out the best of us, and the same could be said for the entire group of automotive enthusiast who attended the charity car show, Autocon. Participants and spectators donated dozens and dozens of toys on the day of the event. Justin Fong was the mastermind behind the creation of the event. He truly poured his heart and soul into the event in order to create a car show that people would remember, and well he certainly accomplished that goal.

The layout of the event was something straight out to the movies. As you walked down the driveway into the underground parking structure it felt as if you were walking into a party. People were having a great time listening to the music, chatting it up with friends, checking out the cars, and of course checking out the models.

Participants received this sweet decal as they arrived for the show.

Here is Justin getting interviewed about the event by Bite Me TV. http://www.bitemetv.net

Justin’s SI

The Air Runner booth was on top of the parking structure right next to the entrance. I can’t get enough of the Air Runner/5axis GS. So dope!

There were 3 food trucks that came out to the event to provide the hungry spectators food they could purchase. Here is a picture of the Dogzilla truck. http://www.dogzillahotdogs.com

Here is the Dos Chinos truck. http://www.doschinosfood.com

The Temaki truck was there serving up some sushi. http://www.temakitruck.com

Here are a couple pictures of our itsjdmyo booth. I loved our set up we had at this show. We had the two beautiful poster/headlining models, Chaba and Amy Fay, at our booth as well as both poster cars. We also had a bunch of other sick cars and a huge model lounge.

Tony’s NSX. The feature car for the Autocon poster with Chaba.

Jon Jon’s IS. The feature car for the Autocon poster with Amy Fay.

DPK David and the infamous DPK David face decal. Joey from “The Chronicles” is the one responsible for the creation of that sticker. http://www.stickydiljoe.com

The internet sensation Big Mike and his award-winning Prelude. He took home the Finest Honda award that day. A well deserved win.

Auto Fashion came all the way out from San Diego to attend the event. I always enjoy checking out all of their VIP rides.

Big Abe was running the security at the show with his team. You really don’t wanna mess with this guy or you might find yourself getting smashed in the face with a 24k rim.

Some random accord owned by Keychain.

The “ironman” IS300 owned by Jason Lim.

The gorgeous Amy Fay. Thanks again for being one of the headlining models of the event. It was a pleasure working with you for the poster shoot.

The stunning Chaba. Thanks again for all your help at many of the past events we have attended and especially for being one of the headlining models for Autocon. It was a pleasure working with you for the poster shoot.

A bit of coverage of the cars at the event. More can be found down below in the gallery.

Team Praxis. These guys and gal are always a blast to hang out with. Truly some of the finest built cars in SoCal.

Raichelle Viado :)

Jewelyn :)

Christine Zegers :)

Kay Bae :). The last picture is of her making a lens hood over her eye. She was asking me what a lens hood does and after explaining it to her she did the pose above. Super cool chick.

Tracy Linh :)

Tiffani :)

Julie Mai :)

Joling Ferro :)

Kay Bae and two other modes. I’m sorry but I didn’t get your names. If someone knows them please comment down below so I can know for future reference.

Chaba, Amy Fay, and Kay Bae. Thanks again for announcing and handing out the awards.

Freddie from Auto Fashion and Big Abe look like they are about to square off LOL. Tony getting mobbed up by the Autocon staff.

Thanks again Justin Fong for all of your hard work and for putting on such a great event. I am truly honored to have been apart of it. Let me know if there is another in the future. Thanks again to everyone who came out to the event to show support.

Enjoy all of the photos down below.

Auto Fashion Coverage by The Chronicles…

We’re still working on our coverage and sorry but we all have 9-5’s or go to school full time so it’s hard to put coverages and posts out the next day but we’re working it.  Anyways, If I ever see Joey from The Chronicles at an event you bet I’m looking forward to his recaps and coverage.  The shit is COMEDY! and his pictures are always money.  I’ve spent time with him while he edits photos and he’s so meticulous it’s not even funny.  But that’s what you get from Joey.  Only the fucking best!

Anyways, with all that said here’s The Chronicles coverage of Autofashion’s VIP Festival while you wait on ours.

Click here to link to the coverage or the photo below

T. Lee