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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

I dress like my dead grandpa.

My middle name is Sheldon. It's from my Grandpa, who's been underground for a few years now. He was a good guy, and his style of dress was that of a cowboy poet. So why do I wear plaid shirts? I guess it's in my blood.

We recently got back from Indie Memphis. It was awesome. Erik Jambor is the man, and hooked us up with some Wilco tickets. We owe him big time. We did bring him some fry sauce from Utah, which is almost as good. Well, no actually, that's a complete lie.

We met some great people at the festival, and bought a fabulous book called "The Indie Film Rule Book" by Heidi Van Lier. We also became friends with this Heidi. Her panels were hilarious. She has such a straight forward way of talking to people, and she always lays the sarcasm on thick. Plus her book rocks. (Heidi I'm not just saying this to suck up to you because you program for Slamdance. Well maybe I am, a little.)

If you're even remotely serious about making movies, you must buy her book. I wish we would have read it before making Billy.

In other news...Candyce and I are having our first baby in three weeks. It's a little girl. I think we are going to name her Stella. But if it turns out that she's an ugly baby we're going to call her Blanch. We don't want to waste a good name.


Wednesday, July 29, 2009

So, it's been a while...

We've had a lot of people complain that we haven't posted in a long time. So here it goes...

Here's something funny that we were shown the other day:

Bless that little guys heart. Funny commercial by Comcast too bad they're service is horrible. I swear TNT and E! never ever work. Which is usually fine until it's 2 am and your bored out of your gourd with nothing better to do then watch Anaconda or any of the Matrix's hoping to get a laugh out of how horrible they are...only to find out that Comcast doesn't like to play those movies anymore then we like to watch them.

Here's another fave...the Technoviking! Watch out!

Don't mess with the Technoviking.

Let's see...what are some other Youtube gems that need to be we go...

Dramatic Chipmunk anyone?

Hope you enjoyed them.


Tuesday, April 14, 2009


I don't know why Burke and I are into these weird things we find on the InterWeb.  But, they are funny as crap.  And we all know crap is funny.

This is the Immersion Scarf.  For any of you that have hard time seeing your phone or ipod in the daylight, this little nugget should be yours.  It's essentially a sock that goes on your head, and you put your said phone or ipod in the end of it.  Now, you can enjoy your devices free of that annoying sunshine. 
New T-Shirt protects you from a knife attack. 
You may now never have to worry about getting stabbed in the back as you walk down the street.  Supposedly these shirts are made from "slightly thick fibers that are more than three times the strength of cotton."  Impressive.  They say it's comparable to body armor that your local police task force uses.  

You can even toss it in the wash to get off the blood, after you kicked the trash of your would be attacker.

Friday, April 3, 2009

So, I've been laughing at these for a while I'm sharing them with you:

peace out.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Things To Microwave.

Ivory Soap.  I don't want to give away what happens.  But, it's bloody awesome.  Well, not really bloody, more of a soapy, good sweet smelling awesome.  Plus, it doesn't hurt your microwave.

CD.  This puts on a light show that would rival the fireworks.  It's pretty sweet, but might ruin your microwave.  So try it at your mom's.
Light bulb in a cup of water.  Pretty amazing.  Plus, it doesn't do any damage to the microwaving action, I think.

Wolf Spider in a cup of water.  Simply incredible.  I hate spiders, so this is a very fulfilling little activity for me.  Spiders, I believe move by pumping blood into there legs.  And so, when their blood starts to boil, their legs start kicking like crazy.  It fills me full of satisfaction each and every time.  (Make sure the cup is clear so you can see all the action.)

And that's all from Breckenridge.


Thursday, February 12, 2009

I don't know why I think these motivational posters are so funny...I've picked some of the cleaner ones for your viewing pleasure, click on them to see them bigger:

This next one is one of my faves:

ha ha ha

peace out,


Monday, February 2, 2009

Bullet Proof Bed and Cinequest 19.

Do you need protection from bio-chemical terrorists attacks? How about natural disasters? Kidnappers and stalkers? Or would you just feel safer sleeping in a bulletproof bed?

If you answered yes to any of the aforementioned questions, you need the oh-so-versatile Quantum Sleeper. Not for the claustrophobic or light of check book, this $160,000 coffin-esque "saferoom" does not include the optional microwave, fridge or entertainment center.  Although it does include a "toiletry system."  I'm not sure how that one would work.

All of you seriously need to check out their website  It is knee-slapping hilarious.

I'm hoping they give us some kind of endorsement.

In other news, we are really stoked for the Cinequest Film Festival coming up later this month. After talking back and forth with quite a few other festivals, we decided to have our world be premiere at Cinequest 19! Mike Rabehl, the director of the festival, and the rest of the staff have been wonderful to work with. They've gotten behind our film 100%. It's going to be a blast.

So, we're going to buy a couple of Quantum Sleepers so nothing bad happens to us before the fest. We can't take any chances here in Utah.


Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Snuggie.

Sorry that it's been awhile since we've graced the world with our simple-minded observations.

But boy did we see a doozy of an infomercial the other night. "The Snuggie." I'm posting one of their commercials for your enjoyment, plus a link to their website at no extra cost to you, our most valued followers.

I especially love the part when they're all sitting around as a cult of Snuggie wearers. It's adorable.