Sunday, May 30, 2010

American Bad Ass

Dennis Hopper Pictures, Images and Photos

An American Legend passed away today. Dennis Hopper, star of such films as Easy Rider, Blue Velvet, Apocalypse Now, and Speed died at age 74. He will be truly missed. One more thing, if you've never seen the movie Knockaround Guys go buy it. Great movie. Dennis has a small, but great role in it.

Dennis Hopper Pictures, Images and Photos

Friday, May 28, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!! (Booty Edition)

Yeah Buddy!!!! It's Friday baby! It's Memorial Day weekend! In honor of the long weekend and all the extra partyin' that is gonna occur, I bring you a very special Friday Night Jam, the Booty Edition! So enjoy this ass moving music, and SHAKE WHAT YA MAMA GAVE YA!!!!

Ludacris, Show em' how we do it in the Dirty South!

"Don't Stop! Get it Get it!!"

My long lost brotha, Bubba Sparxxx:

Edubb taught us the meaning of Whooty:

And this chick gave us a true visual reference:

Just... DAYUM!

Kings of the Strip Club Anthem, Lil John and the Ying Yang Twins:

Awww Skeet Skeet!!!

The man that said it like it is, Sir Mix A Lot!!!

This is what happens when you forget to take your meds:

Go Granny, Go Granny!!!

Enjoy ya'lls weekend, shake ya ass, get ya drink on, but overall, be careful ya'll.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The Perfect Threesome

Storm Trooper Pictures, Images and Photos

March 25, 1977. A day which will live in infamy.

That's right young Padawans, 33 years ago on this day, the original Star Wars movie was released. A movie everyone should see, and probably has, made George Lucas an insanely rich man and spawned two sequels and three prequels. The originally trilogy is in my opinion the best of all time. Kevin Smith, one of my favorite directors and avid Star Wars fan agrees:

He includes Star Wars references in most of his movies. Imitation is the ultimate form of flattery. Lucas even added a scene in one of his prequels as a response to Smith's "Jedi Politics":

A slightly stonier version:

The movie and it's characters influenced people of all ages, from every walk of life. Chances are, even if you're one of the deprived souls who haven't seen any of the Star Wars movies, and even if you still refuse to crawl from underneath that rock you reside under, you have probably atleast heard lines from the movies and know some of it's characters.

That is by far one of the most famous lines in movie history and at the time a shocking twist. Here's my favorite character from the movies, the Mr. Miyagi like, Master Yoda dropping some wisdom on Luke Skywalker:

He might not look like much, but watch that little toad kick some dark side ass:

Weird Al even wrote a song about the muppet:

Clearly and understandably, everyone wanted to be a part of this fictional universe:

But not just nerds. Even Hitler thought he was a Jedi:

Well folks, I could go on all day about this movie franchise and show you a ton of clips. These are just several of my favorites. I hope you sit down and enjoy some of these classics soon. If you want a more in depth look at the Star Wars universe, start here. Enjoy your day, and "may the force be with you".


I'm starting a new weekly feature here on on SFB. Every Tuesday shall henceforth be known as YouTubesday, so sayeth I. I will feature a random YouTube video to brighten your day. Enjoy!

Now don't go ninja'in anyone don't need ninja'in

Friday, May 21, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!!

Yeah buddy! Ya'll know what night it is. Friday baby, and while I'm scheduled to work all night, I made so moves and fixed that minor obstacle, so I'll be out doing my thang tonight with ya'll! Anyways, after a visit to the lake yesterday, and in honor of Paul's not so secret project (a pontoon boat with a stripper pole and various other awesome amenities), here's my favorite song by Sunny Ledfurd, Pontoon Boat:

"I kinda like the mesh, holdin' my balls, it reminds me of a better time"
Now THAT'S a lyric!

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Hail, Hail, Rock And Roll

Watch this insane hailstorm in Oklahoma City. Give it a minute and it gets really wild.

Mother nature is one crazy bitch!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Who Ya Gonna Call...

...for laughs and a smile? I suggest you start with Improv Everywhere. I feature one of their videos on my sight before. By their own description, "Improv Everywhere causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places. Created in August of 2001 by Charlie Todd, Improv Everywhere has executed over 100 missions involving tens of thousands of undercover agents. The group is based in New York City." Here's their latest "mission".

This video is not only hilarious, but it's for a good cause. The message at the end of the video is a plea to public officials asking them to not close down the historic library due to city budget cuts. This was also the same library used in the opening scene of the original Ghostbusters movie.

I laughed and smiled throughout the whole video. The video got that much better once I read the behind the scenes portion of the story. Here's my favorite pics from that:

You may remember the guard talking to the first ghost who entered the library. Here's the story behind that:
"Agent Rodgers was the first ghost to enter. He grabbed a book off of a shelf on the way in and started heading for a seat. He was quickly stopped by a security guard, who had no idea what was going on.

Guard: Sir, what are you doing?
Rodgers: Um... haunting the library.

The guard allowed him to take a seat, and then went over to the information desk to laugh about it with another employee.

That's Top Flight Security of the World right there!

Then there was the ghost on the laptop... checkout what he was looking up.

These guys go all out and plan every detail. For something so spontaneous, it goes so smooth. The crowd loved it, I loved it, and I hope you loved it too. I hope Improv Everywhere keeps the good stuff coming.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Train Train Train...

For those of you unfamiliar with the term Trainspotting, it refers to someone who enjoys tracking trains and following their movements. It's a very popular hobby over in Britain. For those of you unfamiliar with gigantic balls, this guy has them:

Now, I know you may be thinking that just because he almost got killed by being a moron, doesn't necessarily mean he's packing bigger balls than the Jolly Green Giant, and you'd be right. I'm basing the size of his balls on his nonchalant reaction to nearly being killed. The guy seems to just brush it off. I'd be cussing like a sailor and screaming like a school girl. Then again, it may have just puckered him up to the point of being speechless. Either way, dammit man, that was close. It was a "near-hit"...

Ah, I miss George Carlin. That man sure had a way with words. Here's another man that had a way with words, and abnormally large testicles, one my heroes, a great story teller, and an American legend, Mr. Johnny Cash:

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Poor James

This appeared in the local paper, The Press-Sentinel. People never cease to amaze me.

Poor James must not be liked much by the in-laws.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!!

Yeah buddy! It's Friday night and it's time to get krunk in the kuntry. One of my favorite artists out there is Colt Ford and he just dropped a new CD. Here's my 2nd favorite song off the new album Chicken And Biscuits, "Cricket On A Line" ft. Rhett Akins:

And before ya'll say anything, I know that's a damn grasshopper in the video and not a cricket. I didn't make the video and I let them know about it on Youtube. Damn Yankees. LOL

Thursday, May 13, 2010

So Wrong

But so damn funny.

You never know what your hidden talent is.

I Should've Learned... play the piano. There are a lot of skills and talents in life that I wish I would've taken the time to develop. Playing the piano is one of them. I never really thought much of the piano at an early age. Sure, it was beautiful to hear some old lady at church play a hymn on, but that was it. Then one summer at church camp in Tifton, GA, I realized the true power of a piano.

The gym we had all of our meetings in had a game room to pass the down time and consume our quarters. Its was also one of the few places you got to hang with Christians of the female variety. To a young man going through puberty, this was a VERY popular spot. Then one day it happened. I was knee deep into a game of Donkey Kong Jr. and even had a decent crowd watching. All of a sudden I heard a racket and noticed everyone was disappearing around me. I played until my game ended and decided to see what on earth could possibly be more interesting than video games and Dr. Pepper. The hallway between the game room and the gym had a small piano, and on this piano was a young man banging away at those ivory keys, and all around this unlikely duo of a boy and an old lady's instrument was what must of been every pretty girl in all of Tifton Georgia that day. With every Jerry Lee Lewis impression the young beauties of south Georgia giggled, swooned and swayed. This young man, was suddenly the Alpha Male of church camp.

How could this be? I was outmatched. This was unfair. How could a young man compete with this? My sense of humor could only get me so far, and to be frank, I was kinda shy and awkward as a young man, so getting a girl to laugh was my best bet. Still working that angle today as a matter of fact. So, along with all the other guys, I returned in defeat to my video games. And everyday for the rest of the week, the young Elton John entertained the ladies. I hope he turned out gay too.

Regardless of what this young man's sexual orientation turned out to be, the fact was that day, he was the man. Not to mention, his talent was amazing. I played instruments growing up, but none had the effect on the ladies like that piano did. And, as everyman can attest, pretty much everything we do in life, is simply to impress women. So chalk one up for that guy. Now, the whole inspiration for this article and trip down memory lane, was because of this video I came across this morning of another talented young man by the name of Greyson Michael
a sixth grader with mad skills on the black and ivory keys. Here he performs a version of "Paparazzi" by Lady Gaga:

Now, I was skeptical at first to even watch the video, because I think very little of Lady Gaga. To quote young Greyson "Lady Gaga is a freak". But her songs are pretty catchy. Well, this young man's version of her song was much better. It look like he is already impressing the ladies as well. This skill will take you far young Jedi master. I'm sure one day you'll be watching a grown up version of Greyson on TV. I look forward to it. As for me, it's never too late to learn something new. Maybe I should buy a keyboard and take some lessons. Who knows? I could be the next "Piano Man".