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Monday, June 22, 2015

The Winchester Drive-In ...

The Winchester Drive-In has been operational in Oklahoma City since 1968 and is still going strong-ish! And on Father's Day we watched Jurassic World and Pitch Perfect 2.

They didn't play the full credits of both movies, so we missed out on a post credit sequence in the second feature. But everything else was great. It was wonderful to watch a film at a part of drive-in history. THEY EVEN HAD AN INTERMISSION!!!

Here's the pics ...

Scenes For An Upcoming Episode Of My Podcast ...

Selected Scenes from the legendary play "Troll the Second" by William Shakespeare


STEVE: "Doth thou see this writing? Doth thou knoweth what the words doth means? HOSPITALITY-ITH! And thou cannot pee on hospitality-ith! I SHAN'T ALLOW IT, good sir!"

BUNNY: (high pitched) "What art thou going to do-ith to me, mine father?"

STEVE: "Thou art tightening mine belt by one loop so that I shant feel-ith the most strenuous pains of hunger, and thy fair sister and dear mother wilt has't to doth likewise. Well, young Joshua. Thee want to be receiv-ith of a rough nature with me? Thee want to showeth me that thee don't like the choice of this house for our most noble vacation by embarking on a strike of hunger? Well, verily thou doth accept thine dare. But just recall thusly ... at which hour I wast thy age, I very much didst suffer from the pains of much hunger. Therefore, we shall see-ith who gets through this, but recall thee well that I hath got more practice than thee. Farewell, then, until the morrow."



STEVE: (mom voice) "I beseech you, my fair daughter, don't hitteth that gent! PLEASE don't hitteth that gent!"

BUNNY: (angry daughter) "Wherefore not, mother? Tis what that gent deserves - a mighty spanking for a little feces."

STEVE: "Young Joshua is not a little feces; indeed, he is just very sensitive indeed."



BUNNY: (boy voice) "Thou art speaking in error, mine most noble Grandfather. Who hath said those gents can do such tricks? Thee should hath said those gents could or pray tell what kind of fairy tale be this?"

STEVE: (grandpa voice) "Those gents can! Those gents CAN! Goblins still exist! Thy Grandpa Seth is telling thee!"

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Various Father's Day Thoughts ...

Hi everybody.

I'm back and junk.

So. It's Father's Day, 2015, and I am outside. It's been crazy humid hot recently, which has really been a slap to the face every time you walk outside, but today it's nice. Favorable. Slightly overcast, occasional small sprinkles, and not so hot. It's good to be outside right now. So we're outside.

I'm actually celebrating Father's Day this year, which is odd. Usually the kids hardly do anything for me. Some years they straight up forget. And last year, which was pretty much an entire year of depression, my kids were gone all weekend, sent away to spend time with their grandparents, thus completely negating my one special day. It really hurt, especially since I had sent a year as a stay at home father and I felt that I deserved to be celebrated for all my hard work. But no. No special day for me yesterday.

But it seems as if this year my family is actually trying to celebrate Father's Day and perhaps even make up for last year's debacle. Gummy bears, bacon, coffee, a mustache pinata, lots of hugs and kisses. The kids made me these cute posters ...

... and there's more. There's still some big presents left, apparently. And we're outside cooking. Grilling. The smell of the coals and the lighter fluid are mixing with the cool summer heat. The kids are swimming in the pool we have in the front yard.

My family is letting me play my loud, crazy, bipolar playlist of music. Perry Como's "Glendora" collowed by a clip from the movie "The Room" followed by "Everything Is Awesome" from the Lego Movie followed by Faith No More followed by Sinatra. My music is as crazy and random as I am.

And later we're all going to the drive-in!

DRIIIIIIIVE-INNNNNNNNNN!!!! And a kick ass double feature, too. Inside Out with Jurassic World. Maxwell and Bela will love the new Pixar film and by the time the scary stuff happens in the new dinosaur movie Max will no doubt be asleep, so yay.


What else?

I have a new phone, brand spanking new, in fact. I hardly ever have the NEWEST phone. Hell, I don't think I've EVER had the newest phone. I'm no Lauren Burkitt over here. (That's an inside joke.)

So I have an LG G4. It's new as hell. And it's pretty amazing. It's almost twice the size of my last phone, which I like. It's more clear, more HD than my old one. My music plays almost twice as loud as my last phone did. I can use emojis for the first real time since ever. It features a lot of health apps and junk that I'll never use. I can do two things on the same screen at the same time, which has really helped my masturbating. Sorry. Truth bomb. And the screen size and high definition screen makes my games, especially my pinball game, really shine.

I love this game called pinball arcade. It features 100% recreations of actual pinball tables throughout history. I have spent much money on it. And with my new phone it's pretty wonderful ...

Nice, right?

Oh, and I wanted to share the new video I made.

It's a cute little video that I made for my awesome ass podcast The Pope On Film The next episode, available tomorrow, centers around the 1977 made for tv movie The Death of Richie and I made a brand new trailer for it. I'm actually impressed with how quickly I was able to do it. I'm getting pretty damn good with video editing and junk.

Anyhoo, here it is. It's cute and short and worth a watch ...

Anyway, I'll post some more pictures later.

Wind Clan out.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

A Quick Life Recap (And My Latest Podcast) ...

Yeah yeah yeah, I know. I haven't been posting like at all. I know. I'm aware. My bad.


How's things?

I'm ok. I guess.

We survived all the storms, which is good.

The entire month of May was filled with storms and floods and tornado attacks. We had some minor flooding around our house but no damage and no one in our family was affected. So that's good. And once it became June, literally on June 1st, all the dark clouds disappeared and it instantly went from cold and rainy to hot and muggy as hell.

My life has been pretty chaotic. Most of my time is filled with work. I'm becoming a real leader at work, I think. They really need me there. I've become good at selling and I'm usually the go-to person to ask when you don't know where something is. I actually inadvertently worked over 41 hours last week, which is pretty crazy.

So yeah. Work and my kids have been taking up a great deal of my time.

My wife and I are ... good? I don't know. I never know. It's like a crap shoot, I guess. She is about to start a second job, so we aren't seeing each other as much as we would like. But when we do see each other, which is quite infrequently, we get along well enough. And junk.

So her and I are good.


Sure, yeah. Good.

We're not lovey dovey lovebirds but we don't outright hate the shit out of each other, so that's good.

The kids are out of school. Which is hell.

Bam. Truthbomb.

My oldest is thirteen and a half but she looks and acts like a moody 18 year old diva. My youngest daughter used to be the youngest but now she's the middle child and she hates it. Lots of yelling and attitude. Maxwell is amazing. And he's be a grrrrreat only child. But with my two daughters constantly fighting each other it kind of leaves him the odd man out. There's lots of fighting and yelling.


It's going to be a long summer, methinks.

My podcast has been going along swimmingly. My co-conspirator Bunny and I have a really good chemistry together and I think that my extensive research and my fun lists and our strange sense of humor really makes our movie podcast different from all the other movie podcasts that are out there. And I like how we do different types of movies, not just bad ones. We do everything from Guardians of the Galaxy to Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown. It's fun. Good times.

In fact, here is the latest episode of my podcast, episode 32! Impressive, right?

In this one we tackle one of my favorite films ever, Wet Hot American Summer.

So listen to it. Have fun. Imma go hump the fridge.

I'll try and post more.

I promise.