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Eh. I can't believe I watched the whole thing...

But I do admit [and in the interest of full disclosure I've had a couple glasses of red stuff tonight] that I started thinking like a liberal about half way through. Like 'we're not that different' and 'why can't we all just get along?'

And then I woke up.


I got suckered into watching the whole thing too. I kept waiting for "the good part." There wasn't one. I've seen other projects of similar concept that were wayyy more interesting. I think this guy just has a really good press agent.

Silly idea + good press agent = instant fame (and corporate sponsorship to travel around the world).
Hmmmmm....why didn't I think of that.

Jim - PRS

Maybe your shoes are too tight. :-)


Next time I see you (whatever became of our Jersey Martinifest?), we will dance together, and trust me, you will 'get it.'


Pass the baseball bat.


can you start a separate blog where you just post photos of the dog all the time. these pesky words are distracting from my agenda to see more puppy pictures.


I saw a clip of that crap on cable news last night and went "WTF that's not even r-e-m-o-t-e-l-y funny." I don't get it either. At all. Then again, I don't get "the films of" Adam Sandler, Jim Carrey, and Ben Stiller.

Mr. Bingley

As we used to say in those non-PC days of yore: completely retarded.


I'll be the standout here and say that I really like the "Where the Hell is Matt" videos. Precisely because they're so damned goofy.

The world is full of seriousness. I like a shot of something inane now and again.


You dissed Erma Bombeck. How are we even friends?


ooh, a stedman blog! right on, daughter of suzette ! great idea !

Joan of Argghh!

I gotcher happy dancing reht chere.


Gotta agree, I've never thought Erma was funny either.

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