I recorded the following 28-second video on February 29, 2012 — it’s funny. Heads up: there’s some profanity. Thanks to Hanni for being a good sport!
Here’s the context1:
My main takeaway was that I’m really happy I got married before the launch of Tinder.
Pleasant post from my pal, Paul Sieminski: 60 Hours in Transit; and the best Old Fashioned I’ve Ever Tasted at 35,000 feet.
Amy and I finally watched all episodes of Arrested Development this year, and have continued to watch them repeatedly on Netflix. It’s a riot, and very relatable.
In Season 2, Episode 10, “Ready, Aim, Marry Me!” — which features Martin Short as Uncle Jack — has me cracking up with laughter. “Eye level! Eye level!”
I activated Guided Access for iOS 6 after it was mentioned in this Lifehacker post “The Secret Powers Hidden in Your iPhone’s Accessibility Options“. Pretty nifty idea!
If someone asked to use the calculator, to speed the return of my precious iPhone, I’d disable the clearing button.
Get it right the first time! 😉
While I was making breakfast this morning, Monica was walking between my legs, rubbing with each pass, meowing every so often. (Precious!) As I made coffee over the sink with my back turned to her, she leapt and tried to
paw claw her way towards my shoulders — like the first couple months of her youth — as if she were T-1000 chasing a police car in Terminator 2! I stifled a painful squeal and side stepped a couple feet to my left, and she ran away into the living room.
While helping Amy arrange a photo book from our time in San Francisco a little over
a month two months ago, I remembered showing her the wedding scene from The Princess Bride. Peter Cook was fantastic as The Impressive Clergyman. This is relevant because we’re including the quote from that scene on the back cover. Boom!
(By the way, Amy hasn’t seen this movie. Yet.)
From the net_work page at Black20:
Forget what you know about sitcoms. Forget what you know about the way stories are supposed to go. net_work is office comedy for a new generation.
It’s two Internet video producers and the strange world that surrounds them. It’s business unusual.
The only two things you can expect of net_work are: Mike will be Mike, and Michael will be Michael.
One of my early favorites is “Separates,” which was back in Season 1. (They’re currently in Season 4.)
You’re welcome. 🙂