Sunday, July 27, 2008

On A Completely Random Note

For those of you who are faithful readers... Well, first off, my bad for the inconsistency... it's called life and trying to prove to Mrs. TMB that I need that MacBook Pro to keep this thing popping daily. Secondly, bare with me on this post as it will likely make sense to only two of you but I had to do it.

Please enjoy the wonderfully retro musical stylings of Ce Ce Rogers. Up until a few days ago, I simply knew him as the church choir director or C (as he's referred to by the pastor). Little did I know...

This, coupled with the fact that I have also met the dude that sang "Follow Me," is just some of the great randomness that comes from being 1) a music nerd and 2) living in the Garden State. Word to Zach Braff.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Speaking of funny... a few days later

A few days ago I posted something that briefly touched on what is and isn't funny. In keeping with that, I thought I would post a few clips that I think truly are funny. So, enjoy... and if you don't think it's funny then something is wrong with you.

Mitch Hedberg

Jay & Silent Bob

Family Guy's Ollie Williams

...and obviously, Chappelle

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Props for my peoples...

Sorry for the infrequent posts, but its July which means heads at my 9 to 5 are on vacation and I am being asked to do a million and eight things. That said, I should be back on my grind shortly.

In the mean time and in between time, I wanted to drop a quick note of props/congrats/overall praise to a fellow blogger. As you all may or may not have noticed, on the right rail I have a section called "My Blogging Buddies." These are all bloggers that I honest to God consider a friend or family in one way or another and I highly suggest you check them out. Anywho, there's one blog that I wanted to shed a special light on and that's /mar.ket.', a tech-head blog. A few days ago, Talib posted something about Verizon and 1938 Media. Peep the link here. You may or may not agree with him 100%, but he does raise some interesting points... and he's also drawn a fair bit of attention from the blogosphere. Check it out and let me know your thoughts.

In the immortal words of Wiggins, "GONE..."