Posts Tagged ‘epic win’

Let it be known

Today my niece Lily came with me to help me run errands. Since we’d be driving around a bit, as we hit the road I plugged the iPod into the stereo and asked her what kind of music she’d like to listen to. “Sad . . . and . . . angry music.” “Are you […]

I got hitched

Saturday I married the dreamiest dude I’ve ever met. We had a great time cruising around the bay on our own private yacht tour with fifty awesome friends and family to join the party. People kept asking me if I was excited or nervous. I never really was. I suppose the closest I came to […]

A Little Awesome Goes a Long Way

Today’s viral video is the following slice of cosplaying fanboy awesomeness by Improv Everywhere: This is geektastic. My favorite is the Galactic Rebellion for Dummies book. Such a nice touch. On the surface, this is a great piece of theatrical silliness. But the venue chosen for the re-enactment created something a bit more meaningful for […]

I can be deactivated now.

There will never be anything more funny to me than this: When I’m done laughing, I’m going to need to develop a coping mechanism for the depression over never finding anything else this awesome.

The Poet Laureate of the Internet

If you still haven’t picked up D.J. Earworm’s “Blame it on the Pop” and given it a listen, make a new year’s resolution to do so right now. There’s a lot of people out there doing mashups, but very few are able to effect the kind of poetry that DJ Earworm does. If you take […]

I’m a Winner!

SO TIRED. But I did it!!! It ain’t pretty. It don’t make a lot of sense. But dammit, I DID IT. Right now I hate this manuscript too much to do anything with it, but after I finish Star and Scribe I’ll come back to it. For now, it’s time to play some celebratory Rock […]

Hooray for the Hollywood Bowl

What a perfect night. Perfect weather. Cruising around L.A. loving the palm trees. The ribbon of asphalt under my tires. And a show at at the Hollywood Bowl, where you can look to the right and see the Griffith Observatory, look up to see the Hollywood sign, and look downward to see a gorgeous orchestra […]