Okay, I know I am 20+ years late on this, but I couldn't get it out of my mind this morning. I don't know how much Slade spent on this video, but it's pretty safe to assume that if the weird facial and tongue contortions made it into the final cut, it wasn't a whole hell of a lot.
BTW, I woke up with this running through my head this morning. I think it has something to do with detox after watching that horrendous M. Night movie "The Happening" last night. Not even Rifftrax could save it from its "horrible-ability".
Just a reminder to everyone who has Sirius Radio. Nora and I will be guests on Sirius 159/XM 117 tomorrow at 11 AM on a show called "The Catholics Next Door" with Greg and Jennifer Willits. That is, if Jennifer doesn't give birth in the next 24 hours. She is two days overdue and is pretty much ready to deliver any second now. In fact, you can leave her baby a message if you choose. In the meantime, check it out if you can listen. Should be fun!
UPDATE: You can now listen to our interview in case you missed it. Here it is. Thanks to Erin for recording the show and getting it to us so quickly!
Over the weekend, my friends Paul, Storm and JoCo met MythBusters host Adam Savage in San Francisco. In honor of their meeting, I was asked by Paul to create an artists rendering of it. Paul was also supposed to hand Adam $20. The $20 thing didn't happen, but the artwork was handed off to Adam. And here is the visual proof.
I gotta say, so far this year has been full of awesomeness. And I owe Paul and Storm and Coulton for a lot of it. Click to see the bigger pic. And click here to see the art up close.
I got this link from a couple of people. Yesterday, Wil Wheaton himself linked up one of my monster videos in particular my artwork for "Octopus' by Jonathan Coulton. Not only that, but in the comments, Wil said he is a fan of my artwork.
For Christmas, we got the kids Legos. A LOT of Legos. And yesterday, I come downstairs to see they have built a Lego restaurant. But they didn't just build the restaurant, they built the the sidewalk, a construction crew, stoplights and a main street. Not only that, but the restaurant was a Mexican place. How do I know? They made a marquee out of Lego's that spelled out "MEXICAN." I was floored by their creativity. You can see all the shots right here.