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Posted at 08:19 PM | Permalink
If this doesn't take you back to the golden age of Saturday morning cartoons...nothing will!
With a hooky chorus to boot!
I love it when a band can pull off a retro send-up like this.
I tip my hat.
Posted at 07:40 AM in Creative Crunk | Permalink
Thanks for reading this blog.
I too, read many blogs.
In fact, I get a daily digest of about 12 blogs every
There are always interesting viewpoints out there in
But, you know what they say about opinions…
Some things are better left unsaid.
Amidst my daily blog digest yesterday, these 3 pics jumped
out at me.
Again…posted without comment.
Posted at 01:03 AM in Random Symmetry | Permalink
Posted without comment.
Posted at 07:39 AM | Permalink
It’s no secret that I love youth football.
My exploits as a coach on my son Jackson’s football team
last year was something I blogged about incessantly—much to the nausea of many
folks in cyberspace.
This year is Jackson’s last year with the Franklin Cowboys. He will go on to play in middle school next year.
We were off to a great start this season. Our team was looking good!
Even though the Special Teams coach was desperately in need
of a haircut on picture day.
Jackson has been in prime shape.
QB’ing his team to the State Championship last year was a great
experience for him.
In my life, I’ve always had to learn the lesson that…once
you think you’re in a great spot…calamity can strike.
It was just a basic tackling drill during practice.
Jackson said he heard and felt a loud pop in his knee.
Turns out he broke his distal femur right at the growth
plate in his knee.
A season ending injury!
One of life’s strange twists…pun intended.
To his credit, he still goes to practice and is honorary
team captain at the coin toss before every game.
It kills him to stand on the sidelines in crutches.
But he has a good attitude...and that makes me proud.
We are doing pretty well on Special Teams so far.
Although I sure do miss Jackson’s speed on the outside.
One of the good things about getting older is that I’ve learned
to deal with disappointment better.
I hope that will be true for some after the upcoming election…
Posted at 09:35 PM in Random Symmetry | Permalink
I’m currently in L.A. for the Virtual Worlds Expo.
Franktown Rocks continues to rock! As I type this, we have 75,261 registered accounts
…from 201 countries!
Here are the top 10 countries that visited the site in
1. United States
3. United Kingdom
Ya gotta love that!
We unveiled a bunch of fun new features on the site today.
Guess which one I am most exited about?
The record store!
Yeah, I know…I need my head examined. Whether it’s virtual
or actual, I guess the record biz will always be in my blood.
P.S. And...yes, I have already hit In-N-Out burger several times
whilst here in Los Angeles. I may be crazy but I’m not stupid…
Posted at 10:25 AM in Marketing | Permalink
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