I think that was sarcasm. I smelt it.
I think that was sarcasm. I smelt it.
Are you parents accepting of your lack of faith? It sounds like your dad is pretty cool about it.
Who has been the most influental person in your life? Celebrity, musician, politician, relative etc. Someone who has just totally changed your life
In the distant future, I'd like those things to still hold true. I'd also want some sort of a career or more defined purpose in life. At this point, I have no fuckin idea what I wanna do with my life.
My mom has been the most influential person. She is the most caring and loving person I've ever met. Like real unconditional love. My dad put her through a lot of shit too and she was tough. She stands up for herself when she has to, but she always has good intentions. And I like The Beatles because of her.
Ivy, I knew right away that we would get along when you started force feeding me Kiltlifter. I blame you for the horrible impression I made on all the Phoenix Coachella people.
Is there anything fun going on over 4th of July weekend? I just found out today that July 3rd is a holiday for us. I want to leave town so that could be an option. Or I'll go check out Wilco at Red Rocks.
i am moving into my very own apartment that weekend, HOLLA! the 3rd is a vacation day for me too and that's when the movers come. randy may come to town that weekend if he doesn't move, we shall see. i still plan on celebrating the holiday though, especially if you come out
Standard: What the worst physical pain you ever experienced? Tell the tale.
Where does one find a "big bowl of wet dicks"?
Were you born and raised in the town/area you now reside? No? Where? Where have you lived?
did you have any imaginary friends as a child? or adult?
Tommy, are you aware of the fact that the bears are still going to suck, even with their new crybaby QB?
Let's go on a livin' spree!
When I was in 7th grade, I was warming up to take batting practice for baseball. There were a few of us swinging fairly close to each other. I walked away to get some water and I wasn't paying attention. I got hit in the face with a bat. Holy fuck. I don't know if you've ever watched Jamie Foxx's most recent comedy special. He talks about getting hit so hard in the face that all you can do is shake your head "yeah" but nobody even asked you a question. That's how it was. I had trouble breathing and I nearly passed out.
When I'm near a ledge, I have a fear that I'm going to do something stupid and jump off. Not fall off. Jump off. I have to back away and consciously stop myself from doing it. It's not a suicidal thing in the least, it's just an irrational thing. I've also been having this fear lately that I'm going to die in a car accident. I bet a lot of people have that fear. Right?
Why don't you check the menu at your mom's house, Marooko. That is where you will find your bowl of wet dicks.
I was, indeed, born and raised in Burque. They don't call it the Land of Entrapment for no reason. Now that I have a Master's, I really want to look for marketing jobs outside of the state.
I never had an imaginary friend, but my dad used to tell me that he had another son and that he liked him better. Stuff like that can fuck a kid up. This made up kid seemed real to me and I fucking hated him. So I guess I had an imaginary enemy. My dad said his name was Michael. For the record, I'm my dad's only child.
I'd like to point out that, at 9 and 7 last year, the Bears would've won the AFC West. You're a Chargers fan, right? Ok then. Now that we cleared that up, I'm not expecting the Bears to go to a Super Bowl or anything with Jay Cutler. I'm just happy to actually have a talented and proven quarterback on the roster. My expectations aren't jacked up to a ridiculous level. Though, the Bears did have a winning record like I pointed out. So it's not unreasonable to think they could do the same with a more capable QB.
By the way, the Broncos were total morons and Cutler was right in how he responded.
who is your favorite comic book hero/villain? do explain why. this is a heated question for many.
what is a skill you have that you take particular pride in?
if you somehow were rendered FEMALE what do you fancy you would look like? act like? what would be your girly name? im not really asking what kind of girl you would WANT to be, just more what kind of girl you are DESTINED to be.
Ok, I'm going to chime in and say I have also had the urge to jump when near the edge of a high place too.
the busy bee has no time for sorrow.
Tommy when did you start liking the Bears? If it was before Urlacher then how did you feel when he was drafted?
I don't think I'm hosting a 2016 collaborative playlist.
If you had to identify the time or moment in your life when you felt the most free, when was it?
And it can't be Coachella.
HAHAHAHA, Thanks Patrick. I love Annie Hall.
There are Annie Hall fans and there is everybody else. Tommy, which side do you fall on?
I became a fan of the Bears in 1990. I was 8-years old. I have no idea why I chose the Bears, but it obviously stuck. My favorite players back then were Mike Singletary and Neal Anderson.
I was really happy when they drafted Brian Urlacher. I remember hearing his name when he was in high school in a small town called Lovington, New Mexico. He was the best player at UNM for 3 seasons and I always felt like he'd be a good pro. The Bears needed a linebacker that year, so it just made sense.
Albunz, don't tease me with your winkisses. The most free I've ever felt was probably the first time I went to a music festival by myself. It wasn't Coachella. It was Vegoose in 2007. I didn't know anybody there. I was just free to explore as I wished and completely go at my pace. Daft Punk, Muse and Rage Against The Machine played. What a weekend.
I could lie and say that I've seen it, but I have morals. I should probably check it out since you guys think so highly of it. Thanks for the clip, Patrick. I laughed out loud.