August112014
Damn it.

RIP, Mr. Williams.

Damn it.

RIP, Mr. Williams.

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May132014

Buster Poindexter - Hot Hot Hot

C’mon, weather. Too much. Too much.

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April302014
At the very least, I’ll stop by tumblr and post this photo every year.

At the very least, I’ll stop by tumblr and post this photo every year.

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February242014
“The best comedy touches something that’s timeless and universal in people. When you hit it right, those things last.”

Harold Ramis

R.I.P.

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October292013

Van Morrison - Moondance

Every time the weather shifts to autumn, I will post this song.

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August302013

Sonny Knight and The Lakers - Hey Girl

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August82013
Spam mail gets such a bad reputation and it’s completely unfair. It’s basically just trying to help us with things all the time. “Hey, here’s a way to pay off your mortgage! Hi, I found you a free iPad! Greetings, I heard you might want a bigger penis!”
And here’s a new one I’ve never seen before, “Warning, I think Salma Hayek is trying to murder you!”

Spam mail gets such a bad reputation and it’s completely unfair. It’s basically just trying to help us with things all the time. “Hey, here’s a way to pay off your mortgage! Hi, I found you a free iPad! Greetings, I heard you might want a bigger penis!”

And here’s a new one I’ve never seen before, “Warning, I think Salma Hayek is trying to murder you!”

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August72013

Mayer Hawthorne - Reach Out Richard


The new album is a slight departure from his previous albums where he was the throwback, modern Motown sound guy. But, I’m really digging the new Mayer Hawthorne album, and this track in particular is pretty damn good.

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6PM
AMAZING DEAL!
Also, apparently my Tumblr turned six years old a few weeks ago and I missed it. I’m sorry, buddy. I promise to take you out to get ice cream or something to make up for it when I get back in town. I promise I won’t let you down this time! We can play catch, and I’ll teach you how to talk to girls and change a tire and it’ll be swell. You can count on me, I swear! Don’t listen to all the mean things your mom says about me; it’s not true. I’ll show you one day, pal. I’ll never miss another birthday ever again.

AMAZING DEAL!

Also, apparently my Tumblr turned six years old a few weeks ago and I missed it. I’m sorry, buddy. I promise to take you out to get ice cream or something to make up for it when I get back in town. I promise I won’t let you down this time! We can play catch, and I’ll teach you how to talk to girls and change a tire and it’ll be swell. You can count on me, I swear! Don’t listen to all the mean things your mom says about me; it’s not true. I’ll show you one day, pal. I’ll never miss another birthday ever again.

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May312013

INXS - Need You Tonight

New song for the karaoke repertoire? I think so.

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3PM

Intrigue

Got to the office this morning and on the side of our building there was a phone book, a half finished beer and a prosthetic leg. Either this is an invitation to solve a mystery that may or may not get me killed, or someone bailed on the wildest scavenger hunt of the year.
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April172013

Beach Rumble (Sometimes This Happens)

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April102013
The amount of time I laughed at this was a quick reminder that my sense of humor has not, and probably will never mature.

The amount of time I laughed at this was a quick reminder that my sense of humor has not, and probably will never mature.

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April52013
Roger Ebert Hails Human Existence As ‘A Triumph’
CHICAGO—Calling the overall human experience “poignant,” “thought-provoking,” and a “complete tour de force,” film critic Roger Ebert praised existence Thursday as “an audacious and thrilling triumph.” “While not without its flaws, life, from birth to death, is a masterwork, and an uplifting journey that both touches the heart and challenges the mind,” said Ebert, adding that while the totality of all humankind is sometimes “a mess in places,” it strives to be a magnum opus and, according to Ebert, largely succeeds at this goal. “At times brutally sad, yet surprisingly funny, and always completely honest, I wholeheartedly recommend existence. If you haven’t experienced it yet, then what are you waiting for? It is not to be missed.” Ebert later said that while human existence’s running time was “a little on the long side,” it could have gone on much, much longer and he would have been perfectly happy.
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As usual, The Onion nails it. RIP Mr. Ebert.

Roger Ebert Hails Human Existence As ‘A Triumph’

CHICAGO—Calling the overall human experience “poignant,” “thought-provoking,” and a “complete tour de force,” film critic Roger Ebert praised existence Thursday as “an audacious and thrilling triumph.” “While not without its flaws, life, from birth to death, is a masterwork, and an uplifting journey that both touches the heart and challenges the mind,” said Ebert, adding that while the totality of all humankind is sometimes “a mess in places,” it strives to be a magnum opus and, according to Ebert, largely succeeds at this goal. “At times brutally sad, yet surprisingly funny, and always completely honest, I wholeheartedly recommend existence. If you haven’t experienced it yet, then what are you waiting for? It is not to be missed.” Ebert later said that while human existence’s running time was “a little on the long side,” it could have gone on much, much longer and he would have been perfectly happy.

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As usual, The Onion nails it. RIP Mr. Ebert.

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April42013

Move over, Mariah.

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