Friday, March 26, 2010

No Advice This Week, Cause I Haven't Had a Chance to Come Up With Any Venom, So Here are Some Random Thoughts...

Dear Tracy Morgan: Was watching the second season of "30 Rock" this weekend and listening to your audio commentary. Were you CHEWING? Really? Seriously?! You couldn't save your snack for the half hour (less, actually, since commercials are edited out) that it takes to talk about the episode? Truly? No fooling, now?

Wow. That's just so annoying. Nothing in the world bugs the fuck out of me more than someone who takes their conversational duty so casually that they don't care what they sound like. Especially when it's THEIR initiative to do the talking. That's like calling someone you don't know and having food in your mouth. It's overly familiar and disrespectful. And since you agreed to do this commentary, you essentially initiated the conversation so to speak, so the onus is on you to have an empty mouth.

Swallow. Now. (This can't be the first time you've heard that.)


Many, many power plays going on in my world this week. I sure hope certain people take a shot of "humility juice" soon, or I'm going to have to give it to them intravenously. In a painful place.


My bandmate Taylor Joans just got a new kitty named Putzi (it's German for "cute little one"). She lives up to her name. Regard:

Is adorable, no? She's about four months old. He just got her Monday. I must have spent the first half hour of rehearsal last night petting her and telling her what a pretty girl she is. (Of course, we usually do this to Jennifer Joans at each rehearsal, too, so it wasn't a sea change in routine.)

That's all for now...have a great weekend, everyone!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm glad to see I'm not the only person on earth that doesn't care for Tracy Morgan.
On the political front: The new health care plan is either the apocalypse or the best thing since individually wrapped cheese.
The pussy cat is a sweetie and I don't usually like pussies. Ted

5:22 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I think people are more afraid of the government having "too much control" over their health care than they are about the idea of health care for everyone. And of course, they don't want to pay for it.

But naturally, once they need it, they'll be first in line with their hands held out...

10:22 AM  
Blogger We're all mad here. said...

I love your blog!
So funny ^^

12:54 PM  

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