This is extremely stupid, but somewhat clever. One of my guilty pleasures is watching rednecks at my local Mexican joint try to speak what little bit of Spanish they know to the waiters. I can’t wait for the day that the waiters to turn the joke around on them and hit them with some Foxworthy. Oh that Foxworthy. What a hoot.
Monthly Archives: January 2008
Anyone that reads Chet Hondo on a regular basis knows that Karate Kid 1 and 2 are two of my favorite movies of all time. They’re both brilliant. An individual at my office who claims he doesn’t read Chet says he doesn’t remember the famous “live or die” scene in Karate Kid 2, so here it is. I know it’s a couple of minutes long, but if you’re watching it at work it will definitely pump you up for the rest of the day.
Sadly if I ever met him I’d probably ask the same thing.
***NOTE: I’m not gay, but I do have a man-crush on Mr. Brady. How could you not? He’s a dreamboat.
I know exactly what you’re thinking: who the hell is Sean Young? For those sci-fi nerds, she’s the hot chick from Blade Runner. For everyone else, I don’t know what else she’s in, but I do know she has a drinking problem and is headed for treatment. I hate making light of the situation, but please check this clip out of her heckling the director of The Diving Bell & The Butterfly (sadly I would too since the film is foreign and has a super lame title).
The video is working now so if you missed it yesterday then please watch it today. “Wine is for orgies.”
There’s a special place in my heart for Hall & Oates. I love them. I can’t hide it anymore. They’re the most intriguing music duo/group of all time. The dynamics of their relationship should be the 8th wonder of the world. It’s fascinating really.
There will never be another Hall & Oates – it just wouldn’t work. All we can do is reminisce and revisit some of their greatness. Without further ado, the video for “She’s Gone”:
For the record I would like to bring back the word boss. Please try and use it twice a day and maybe we can start a revolution.