So I took two weeks off to complete Zombie Grandma, not the podcast listenership has dropped considerably. I mean really dropped! Oh well.
Next week on CWJ, I am going to tell my experiences on doing a project such as Zombie Grandma. I will say now that one of the best parts of doing something like this is meeting the people. Russell Hoke, Laurie Faith Gibson, Kaylee Hofman, Ben Groth, Logan Neuschaefer, Alice Moring, Amanda Moody, Rachel Bard, Jeremy Bilger, Calli Bilger, Elizabeth Haney and many more. Working with these folks couldn’t have been more fun.
I can only hope I get a chance to do something like this again.
If you have not seen Zombie Grandma, I am posting episodes on the video section of this blog. One every week
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I don’t review Herman’s Hermits 1966 film, Hold On, but I talk about a review I did for the film a couple of years ago and a guy to took offense to my criticism of the film. And why do people have guilty pleasures? Why so guilty? In this weeks Rock and Roll Dance Party, we have a rockin’ instrumental called Jambo by The Vulcans from 1966. And we finish with part 2 of exploration of Multiple Personalities.
This is the first episode of Coffee with Jeff, the audio postcast.
I found this on the I Love Coffee.jp blog. THis is a wonderful blog with a lot of great Coffee information. And I love the way each blog post is designed like a cool poster. Check it out.
I like to watch the Science channel. But why, oh why, must they advertise there newest show at ever commercials break! Yes, I get it, the stupid show called Oddities will be having a stupid guy some in the some bizarre object. I get it! I”VE SEEN IT EVERY BREAK ALL WEEK LONG! And no, I don’t believe most of the crap I see on these show and I’m not going to watch it.
I really hate those car commercials, I think they are for Fords, that look like bad Hollywood movie trailers. Anytime I hear the words “In a world that…” I want to vomit. Yes, spew my dinner all over myself.
My wife has been having knee problems. Since she could barely walk, I offered to do the grocery shopping. I have grocery shopping. I went anyway.
While walking down the bread isle, I noticed Thomas’ English Muffins. You know, the ones with the Original “Nooks & Crannies”. I had not had English Muffins in a long time, so I bought a package. The idea seemed so good at the time.
What I found was a bit of a disappointment.
After trying to separate the two halves (which never seems to go smoothly), waiting for the toaster to do it’s thing and buttering the muffins as they are burning hot, I found that they really didn’t have enough substance to fill my belly in the morning.
I would guess the idea was to have your English Muffins with part of a larger breakfast but I am not a large breakfast guy.
Pop Tarts, here I come.
Waited for a while to write this review. I had such high hopes for this film, Star Trek into Darkness. I did like the first J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek. Yeah, the plot, the “red matter” black hole things was silly and something out of a SyFy original movie, but the loved that fact that he seemed to cast the right people for the parts and kept the original spirit of the show.
Now comes this horrible sequel.
I could right for ever about the lack of logic or common sense this movie shows. Why was the Enterprise underwater? You can beam down from space. I thought that was the point. Arggg! The whole beginning bit was stupid, as was the rest of the movie.
I could go on and on about how this film was directed by a guy who didn’t like the original Star Trek, didn’t understand the original Star Trek and has ruined the spirit and idea of Star Trek.
Now I worry about Star Wars
Hey I had Chickenpox when I was a young kid, probably about 5 or 6. And so, these ads keep reminding my that the Shingles virus is in me. What can I do? Are they telling me I can take preventive measures to keep from getting this nasty thing. NO! They just want me to know how horrible this virus is and that I might get it. Talk to my doctor, they say:
“Hey Doc, I had the Chickenpox when I was young”.
“Then I have the Shingles virus in me”.
“If feel the symptoms of the Shingles virus, come see me. Now pay the receptionist on your way out”.
I Don’t get the point of these ads? Am I suppose to do something? Who is paying for these ads? A drug company? Big Pharma? Do wonder why drugs are so expensive. Try using this commercial time to give us some information we can use.