I'm a native Perry County lad! That's right, I don't hide it. But I'm also a well-travelled man of leisure, having journeyed abroad to such exotic locales as Ohio and Michigan. Now I'm firmly settled in at 7-midnight, where I belong (so I can sleep in.) Want to hear a song? Comment on my show? Tell me I suck? Hit me up at the email address in that thar link right above here.
I'm a big NFL football fan and a huge fantasy football fan - in fact I do a weekly fantasy football podcast for our sister station over at 1460theticket.com. Download it, dominate your league, and then you'll have yourself some nerd bragging rights!
Of course the Philadelphia Eagles are my team - I'm always up to talk a little Eagles, so feel free to call or email me. Steelers fans... I'll still talk to you. Cowboys fans... we'll see.
DUDE - you've got to check out this page!!!! This guy is awesome!!!! http://www.bobradio.com/pages/mattmeyer.html
More links to come - watch this space with the intensity you would an Olympic women's beach volleyball match!
Here, let's make fun of people (including Katie Couric!) for not already knowing what the Internet was back when it was still new:
(Hat tip to Tina for the link!)
I live my life by two principles.
1) Sometimes, you've just got to make the best of a situation.
2) There's something to be said for going out with a little style.
This gentleman seems to share my core values, as well as my beard. Trapped in the back seat of a police car, his future uncertain, our hero understands that this is the perfect time to belt out Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
In its entirety. With guitar solo.
(RCMP, by the way, is the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.)
This year, as I do most years, I resolved to exercise daily, eat healthier, and lose weight. Lasted about ten days. Okay, eight.
Anyway, it doesn't matter now. I'm just going to hunt down a few of these machines, and before you know it I'll be as svelte and curvy as a sea nymph:
Because we live in the future, you can now buy a household TIE Fighter that comfortably seats at least one 10 year old:
Best part is that, according to the entry, it was built for church:
For those of you that asked: I built it for our Church's AWANA annual Drive-Inn movie night. It is a father/child project where the younger kids take cardboard and build a "car" to sit in and eat popcorn and watch a movie. We kind-of go over the top every year. We built an X-Wing 2 years ago so we needed a Tie Fighter.
Wait, so you not only built a Tie Fighter model the size of a minivan, but it was part of a set with an X-wing???? In no way does that constitute "kind-of" going over the top.