Wow! I guess there are people that actually read my blog.
In truth, my follower is actually my good friend, Ricardo Medina. A lot of you may recognize him as "Max Sterling" from the popular youtube shows The Flunky/Max Sterling Show and Ghetto Gamers. Anybody who went to Comic-Con last year would know him as the guy who got Kevin Smith to write some unflattering comments about Twilight on the film's poster! It's a pretty funny story, but it will have to wait until Comic-Con rolls around. It'll be much funnier that way. (Actually, I have a lot great Comic-Con stories!) Anyhoo, Ric's a good friend and a damn funny guy. Thanks for following me!
Anyway, it's video week! And here's one I came across at the suggestion of my co-worker, Matt Marty. It's pretty freakin' hilarious, and I hope y'all enjoy it.
Damn! I always knew the Count was pimp!
This past week was quite a whirlwind for me. In a span of three days, I was working the Nuclear Cowboys tour, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra and WWE Monday Night RAW. Each show was pretty cool to work on and a lot of fun. The WWE (I really miss the "F") road crew are some of the nicest dudes you will ever come across. And they got their act down to a science. That's the fastest I've ever done a TV show before. I didn't get to meet any wrestlers this time around, although I saw plenty of them (Triple H, Big Show, Christian Cage and John Cena, who I was surprisingly taller than!). Still, it was a cool experience, and one I look forward to every year.
Well, dear bloggers, I'm afraid that's all the time I got for right now. Since Wrestlemania is next week, I'll post one of my favorite 'mania matches from Wrestlemania 17. And I'll even through in the tale of my first experience working Monday Night RAW back in 2004, free of charge!
Take care, LATER!