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Monday, September 27, 2010


Alright boys and girls, here's your chance to hear some never-before-heard facts about "billy". Such as script, festival experience and the most secret of all the actual budget. So listen for a good time!

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Sunday, August 22, 2010

So here is another one of Rhetts famous texting arguments with random people. It's becoming a favorite past-time of his. This girl had it coming though:

I'm thinking of texting Rhett from a random number, just to get him going.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

We were driving through Wyoming a few weeks back to buy some fireworks and came across this sign. Not only did we enter, but we lit of some fireworks in the middle of said "poison gas."

We came out fine. Thanks BP for risking the lives of so many.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Making Fun of a Loser

So the other day while driving, Burke and I happened upon a loser in a blue Mustang, with pimp racing stripes. He/she was tail-gating everyone in sight. They were also trying to sell said Mustang, and so their number was written huge in the back window. The following conversation ensued...


I love screwing with people like this. It warms my tender heart.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Random guy dancing in Jamba Juice

We saw this guy randomly dancing in Jamba Juice. He really gets into it until his order is ready, then he snaps out of it and walks up to the counter.

Bless his heart.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Where filmmaking happens.

We made this little flick highlighting some of the great thinkers of indie film. It might look like we ripped off those NBA commercials and well...we did. Don't tell anyone, ok?


Monday, March 8, 2010

Kinda smart, but mostly dumb phone.

So, I'm sitting here at work bored out of my mind. Sometimes the only thing I can do to stay awake is text as many people as I can think of. I use the same method to stay awake during church. I know, I know, I should pay attention during church...but hey, I can sleep and not pay attention or I can text and not pay attention. Either way I'm not paying attention but by texting I avoid hitting my head on the bench in front of me.

Anyway, I've kinda hit an annoying wall with my phone. I got a new phone a few months ago and it's been pretty good to me. It's just a regular old slider...minus all the bells and whistles. When I first started texting with this phone I found out that whenever I typed a word using predictive text that it didn't already know then it would "remember" the word. Turns out they're even making these POS phones kinda smart now days. This was great when I'd type a name like "Rhett" because normally I'd have to switch out of predictive text, type the name, and then switch back...kind of a pain if you ask me. But my phone quickly learned how to spell "Rhett" along with a handful of other names. Great? That's what I thought.

Soon into this new relationship with my new phone (some Samsung model) I had to type an address and the street name was "Meadow Pine Ct." I know your thinking "what's the big deal" right? If you know anything about texting, you'll know that the predictive keys for "Ct" and "at" are both "2" and "8" on a phone. So the problem I'm running into is, now whenever I type the word "at" my phone (with a small helping of man given sense) thinks I'm trying to type "Ct" and automatically inserts "Ct" instead of "at"...forcing me to scroll down to "at". That was just the beginning. I once messed up and in my haste I misspelled the word "with" and scrolled to "whuh" instead. They both use the same numeric keys. So now my genius phone inserts "whuh" every time I try typing "with". Whuh? For real? Come on Samsung, either give me a smart phone as a free upgrade or make my kinda-smart phone dumb again so I can use it. Instead of "any" I get "BMW", "fhe" instead of "did"...and the list goes on. I swear once this phone "remembers" then it never forgets.

The point is, now that I've been using this phone for a handful of months it has developed a whole library of misspelled words that the phone manages to choose instead of the correct versions of them. It's become a chore texting people. Now, in order to send a coherent text, I have to type it, proof read it, scroll up and fix any words that the phone assumed I wanted, and then send.

A word of caution to all you texters out there, don't misspell words or your phone might never let you forget. I'm starting to think that my only option is buy a new phone, one that hasn't learned how to misspell words.

Peace out.