Wednesday, August 24, 2005

I'm Cumming

If you're lucky enough to be able to watch commercials with brief shots of a bare tuchas (that's butt to you goys) at work (and I am), watch this commercial for Alan Cumming's cologne. He is such a D list celebrity that it's really weird he has a cologne. It seems to have come about entirely because of the plays you can make on his last name.

Not much else to post. I miss Heckamax commenting. I got to sit in on the practice for the Jay and Joel Orchestra (show set for September 10th) and it's going to be great. Hillary is playing the saw!!

Don't forget tonight is the RTL/last Riff Randalls show at the Press Club.

Forty year old virgin is the funniest movie I've seen in (probably) years. Like Mary Poppins, it's practically perfect in every way. It shows up Wedding Crashers, big-time. They were both around two hours but Wedding Crashers slowed to a crawl at times and dragged by, while 40 Year Old Virgin had few superfluous or non-funny scenes, if any. That and Hustle and Flow are the only must-see movies out there right now, and you MUST see them. Do as I say!!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Heya heckasac,

I just logged in at the school computer for the first time. Hopefully, they are monitering my every movement as I type.

I have been keeping up with heckasac but I feel I have nothing really to contribute. That is until
I gave Vince the zinger of his life.

Check this one out and tell me if its not the best of all time.

So I'm vaccuming the rug and Vince says, "Hey Allen, don't you know that's women's work?" And I was like, "Thanks for the offer, Vince, but I can do it myself." Zing! You should of heard Sully, Danny, James, Alec, DP, Jay and Joel laugh. Zing!

Zing!

Heckamax

Almost 40-year-old virgin said...

It's unfortunate that people have to laugh at the expense of men like Andy who have a real pyschological problem that society ignores.

But yes, it was funny.

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Anonymous said...

Since our (4 eyes) blog is down, i'll post here.

State Fair, yesterday.
Lisa and i took the kids (Roan and Baby Sage) to the fair again yesterday. The first time we went was the first tuesday of the fair and it was about 100 out and the kids got cranky fast. Yesterday it topped out at about 90 and that was when we got there around 4:15 and it proceeded to cool off nicely. We walked around and saw crap for a little while then went and ate at the BBQ place by the prancing ponies. We eat got a dinner plate and later wish we hadnt since we were less hungery for the other fair junk food.
Roan went nuts for the petting zoo again. at 8 lisa and roan got seats to watch the magical dancing horses. I'm never a big fan since horse "dancing" is stuff like them walking sideways which isnt too impressive to non horse people. So Baby Sage and i went off to look for junk food and see the Alan Parsons Project play.
The Alan Parson's Project was amazing. Basically old Al is a beardo in a velvet coat that plays back up aucostic guitar and sings a few back up lines, but he is on a riser in the center of the stage. I only got to hear a few songs (each song was about 10 minutes, which 8.5 of those minutes being solos) before Baby Sage got fussey and i think i missed the "hits." I did get to here the best part of these type of shows which is "here is a song off our new album, which you can buy from that guy back there."
I met up with lisa and roan and then lisa took roan on to the merry go round and roan loved it.
Right before 10 we headed over to the racetrack. I remember that they launched the fireworks from the track so i wanted to be over there at 10. We got there and there were only a coupel donzen peolpe sitting around, so lots of open seats. also all the lights were behind you so the veiwing angle was good. The spot they were launching the fireworks from was about a couple hundred feet from where we sat so we could hear the "boof" when they mortared up. We could also see the red 'tracer' line, which was retty cool. When they went off it only took about a second for the boom to get to us and it was loud. loud enough that you could totally feel it and the blasts took up almost all your field of view. It was the best fireworks display i've been to. Roan was freaking out and jumping around because she thought it was great. afterwards she said "that was the best fireworks". i cant believe she thought it was better than the glowing snake firework from the 4th of july.

-Daveninja, blogger hijacker

the head said...

I want a baby just so I can take it to see the Alan Parsons project.

Anonymous said...

Roan got the B-52s and the Go-gos as her first concerts. Baby Sage gets the Alan Parson Project. Ahh the life of the second child...

-ninja

Anonymous said...

That sounds like such a cute family outing! I think its rad that Roan was so into it. It reminds me of how I felt about the fair when I was a kid.

-michele

Anonymous said...

Please tell about the Jay and Joel Orchestra performance.
I love saw music. I'm going to a concert here in Israel on September 10th which has a saw player from NY in it (her info is in www.sawlady.com ).