Almost Bonding With Four Strangers
In the hallowed halls of Aol, there are flat screen TVs that show either the floating Aol logo(s?) or videos that Aol websites have produced. There’s one TV that faces the elevator that was playing my Ashley Fires video. Which means that when the elevator doors opened, the four people waiting inside saw me… and right behind me, this. One guy had to strain his neck over my shoulder to...
My 5 Favorite Nasty Digg Comments About My Latest...
Yesterday, I produced a mash-up video on Asylum about ski jumping. The conceit was that ski jumpers now have in-helmet microphones, and so we now have the ability to hear what they’re saying during these harrowing jumps. In actuality, I cut in the audio of famous screaming scenes. It went live today. On Digg.com, the video went popular in just a few hours — and was immediately buried....
Oh yeah. My grandmother banged John Glenn. She was a mega-skank, back in the...– Bonnie, Asylum.com photo editor
The best part of this was coming up with different movies with awesome screaming scenes whilst drinking with my boss in a bar eating terrible-for-you bar foods.
A Woman’s Perspective on Steak and BJ Day. Written by Emily McCombs, produced by me.
Brian Childs explores Curling as a drinking game. Produced by me.
Roger Ebert Cancer Battle - Robert Ebert Interview... →
I’ve been really getting into Ebert’s stuff over the last few years - his reviews, his books, his articles, and most recently, his blog. Everything about the man is in this one article, and I think it’s great. Check it out. One of Esquire’s better long pieces.
paulscheer: Best Commercial Ever: Letterman, Leno, & Oprah Is there some sort of computer trickery going on here? I really want to believe that I live in a world where this is possible.
Movie #1 - Jaws
This is an ongoing chronicling of movies I’ve never seen before throughout the year. I stole this idea from somebody else. Movie #1 - Jaws I was so embarrassed during a game of Scene It! for having not seen this movie from start to finish that I immediately went home and watched it (I had it laying about, I had burned it from Netflix). There’s just something about Spielberg’s...