Since I Been Gone
Two months without posting, I apologize. Traffic's obviously died down a bit, so I was curious to see who still checks the blog. Opened up the site counter today, and not surprisingly, I found a lot of folks looking for mp3s, readers coming over from Pop Candy, and 14 year olds from Germany obsessed with Adam Brody. You know, the usual readership. There were, however, a few hits that made me raise an eyebrow, pick up the phone, and alert the authorities.
To the persons who searched for "pipe bomb worst date," "my sister is a motherfucking bitch!!!! she always tattle tales," "beat down bitch who gave me vd," and "thai vagina blowing shaved balls." I can imagine the disappointment you must have felt when you clicked on my link and found nothing but OC fan videos. But I really hope you clicked around, got sidetracked by some new indie bands you plan on checking out and dropped whatever it is you were originally searching for. Except for the man or woman looking to beat down the bitch who gave you VD. That fucking sucks. Best of luck to you.
Anyway, for you Always Sunny fans, a couple quick updates.
1) Check out the new FX music video promo for the upcoming season. There'll be more viral videos coming out later this summer.
2) My writing partner and I got to act in separate episodes, here are some pictures from the day of my "acting" debut, if you can even call it that.
3) Hulu just added all of Season Two, so now you can watch every Sunny episode for free online.
4) If you're going to Comic-Con this year, be sure to check out the Sunny panel at 10:30 am on Sunday, July 27th.
I'm gonna try to do a thorough update soon, catching you all up on what I've been up to, bands I've been liking, movies I do or do not recommend, but in the meantime, let me know what you've been enjoying lately!
Also, check out these sites' features that are much, much more entertaining and regularly updated than mine: Pop Candy's Podcasts; Onion AV Club's "My Year of Flops," "Primer," "The New Cult Canon," and "I Watched This On Purpose"; Cinematical Seven; Stereogum's "Quit Your Day Job";
and David Wong of Cracked.com.
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UPDATE: The FX video is now on Hulu too. Embed away.