Thursday, December 16, 2010
Saturday, October 16, 2010
I went and made another guitar playing video although this time it's different.
I'll get to that but first, let's get some of necessaries out of the way.
I started recording myself because I was bored with the way I played and wanted to change and add to my technique. My playing may seem similar to the previous videos but there really has been a difference.
Second, The song is simple because it's best to start simple so I won't really say I wrote it. It's a pretty common riff.
Third, I played all the parts. No! Seriously, I did. When I finally had the realization that the recording software I had, My computer and my ability to "hook shit up" could make a better video I did it.
This should explain the sound quality but I assure you I am playing the drums, bass and guitar.
I did rip off the drum lick though.
It's the drum lick from Van Halen's"Little Guitars" off of their album Diver Down.
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Saturday, September 25, 2010
I haven't posted in a while.
But you haven't been reading either let's be fair.
Anyway, I will have some cool post soon so stay tuned.
In the meanwhile, Here is a picture of my oldest making one of his six tackles of the day, helping to take the Coatesville Kid Raiders to their 4-0 record.
Monday, July 26, 2010
Barkley is up for adoption (my wife runs a rescue) and we found out about a month ago Barkley LOVES water. Particularly the swimming pool. Unfortunately, the pool has a vinyl liner and one tear was enough to decide Barkley can no longer go in the pool.
But not to worry. My wife has a pool in the dog yard and it's now up and running.
I hope whomever adopts him loves water too.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
She is a Meteorologist on The Weather Channel.
The other day I was watching for storms in my area when Sam (I call her Sam) appeared doing the "describe the weather while standing in front of the satellite picture" deal as she is doing in the above picture.
The difference between the above picture and the other day is she was wearing this orange blouse thingy which was open to her belly button and when she turned to the side...............you guessed it. Total side boob action. The most I have ever seen on T.V. and that includes the corpses on Law and Order and CSI.
Now the thing I really found funny about the whole event (besides the amount of boob which was showing) was that I needed to share the experience, so I called my buddy Johnny B. He didn't answer so I called my buddy Drewcifer. No answer so I start thinking to myself "Who else would get a kick out of this?" So who was the next call to. Dr Zibbs of "That Blue Yak."
Now the Dr. was able to answer his phone but he was not around a television. Too bad but I was glad to share the experience with someone. He advised me to take a picture but I was unable to do so.
The weird thing was, even though I didn't have time to watch her stand in front of the satellite again, when they came back from commercial and she was at the desk, her blouse was still wide open. Nobody bothered to say " Hey, boob showing."
Or maybe they didn't want to.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
So my son snapped photos this morning and this is where I am.
I'm not quite where I want to be but that is because I have not changed my diet But I have put on 10 lbs. of muscle so I am a happy 210.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Podcasts of the new afternoon show on KNews Radio beginning May 3, 2010."
Saturday, April 10, 2010
So I applied for yet another job. I was selected as one of the 15 candidates to be interviewed. This was out of 100 applicants. I believe the interview went well. I answered all of the questions honestly and openly. Why wouldn't I? I have nothing to hide and I want you to know and understand who you will be working with.
So the selection process was made and the field was narrowed. Did I make the cut? NO! Why? I want too much money.
Now considering that this is not the first time I have hear this, you would think that I would be smart enough to lower my price. I would if I could afford to but considering that I live at the bare minimum now, I don't know how much lower I can get.
I am not the money motivated type. It's never been that important to me. I only worry about having enough to support my family. Most of my things are held together by spit and wire. I get furniture off of craigslist and have been able to learn many things so I have the ability to do them myself. So I find it incredible that the amount of money I need has become the issue.
Now in the several interviews and applications I have had, the discussions always talk about how my job is not a "9 to 5" position or how "being available" is of primary importance. How having a "flexible schedule" is a job requirement. I understand these things and my family understands them because we have lived them for the last 15 years. I have missed birthdays, anniversary's, weddings, plays, sporting events and holiday gatherings because this is the life we have chosen. What I don't understand is how they expect to pay part-time wages for a more than full time job.
I saw some fucking congressman on CNN the other day saying Americans who aren't working just don't want to work. I wish I could punch him in the fucking head. I don't have a 2000 square foot house. I don't have a car younger than 10 years old. I don't have credit card debt. I didn't buy my house with less than 10 percent down. So how many fucking jobs do I have to have to keep from living on the fucking street? How many fucking times do I have to go back to school to get a job that barely pays off the student loan?
Fuck piss shit fuck motherfucker bitch fuck.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Drug Overdose Eyed as Possible Cause of Death; Actor Reportedly Taking Medication to Battle Flu-Like Symptoms
The 38-year-old Canadian-born actor, who broke into films as a child, died in Los AngelesFormer teen idol Corey Haim, best known for his role in the 1987 hit "The Lost Boys," has died after a well-documented battle with drug addiction and a string of B-movie roles aimed at returning to the spotlight. He was 38.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
Actor Andrew Koenig, who starred on Growing Pains back in the day, has been reported missing, the Vancouver Police say. He has not been seen in a week.
Koenig, who played Mike Seaver's (Kirk Cameron) pal Boner, was supposed to be on a flight back to the United States on February 16, but did not check in.
He was reportedly last seen a week ago. His parents have described their son as "suffering from depression" and "not doing good" in the last few weeks.
Judy and Walter Koenig (who played Pavel Chekov in the Star Trek series) say they last heard from Andrew February 9. They also say his cell phone is off.