That's right...no more complaining from your analog-happy grandma that she doesn't have enough pictures of you. Just snap a bunch of digital pics, FedEx an SD card to the old lady then sit back and enjoy the accolades! Why, other people will bum out their own grandchildren while regaling them with tales of your awesomeness. And it will only cost you $260. Now if someone told you that for $260 you could rinse the grime of familial guilt from your brain, wouldn't you do it?
Me to Samsung: "You Like Card Games---I Get It." The Ace is actually is a decent follow up to the Blackjack II on the Sprint Network. If you don't mind a lack of wifi but enjoy a slim, easy to use phone running the Windows Mobile 6 platform, then get it. Or don't. I'm not your mother.
This is the second video in our Country Public Broadcasting System series. A few years ago, Brian Posehn called me and challenged HnP to make fun
of a Country singer named Trace Adkins. "It's not possible, because
he's such a redneck," he said. Our solution was to make Adkins'
style of music about science, a topic rarely covered in the Country
genre. When we started talking to Super Deluxe, this was the first song
we pitched and thus the Country Public Broadcasting System was born.
Special thanks to Neil Mahoney, who directed the live action part of
the video, and to Josh Fadem who was kind enough to appear in it.
If you like it, by all means pass it along---be warned though, there is foul language afoot so keep it out of reach of the little ones. Science, Y'all!!!
Sure, I love being a cow on Back at the Barnyard, despite the many barbs I receive from people who are incensed that there is no such thing as a male cow with udders (I remind them that animals don't talk and scheme, either) but I was delighted when Cartoon Network hired me to play a kung fu chicken named Chuckie (pictured above, with the glasses). The show is called Chop Socky Chooks and revolves around three martial arts superhero chickens who live and work in a Japanese mall-city. Moreover, it's produced by the muti-oscar winning animation powerhouse Aardman, who is responsible for Wallace & Gromit, Creature Comforts and Chicken Run, which is a pile of awesomeness to an animation nerd like m'self. If you watch it, pay attention to the backgrounds---it's some of the most stunning artwork I've ever seen in an animated cartoon. Oh, and it's also hilarious and weird, which means I honestly would have watched the show even if I had nothing to do with it whatsoever.
Chop Socky Chooks premieres this Friday, March 7th at 9pm EST.
I just stumbled across this video my friends Cole and Chad made a while back. I got to be the voice of a psychotic manatee. Who wouldn't want to be that? I particularly enjoy my pal Gabe Diani's brainiac portrayal of "Barnaby." Also, the theme song is a genuine Hard 'n Phirm jobbie. Please like it.