The other day I saw a great video about Mitch Hedberg on Defgrip. If you are a fan of his, or comedy in general, I think you will be entertained.
This line comes from Hedberg: “I know people who believe in ghosts but don’t believe in themselves. It’s kind of sad. Okay you don’t think you’ll ever make it as a musician, but last night you saw a translucent caveman.”
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I’ve always really enjoyed making music mixes and I’ve always put WAY too much thought into them. Quite a few times I’ve tried to make a mix of my overall favorite songs and I’ve never succeeded. I’m currently attempting this again for a Designers.mx mix. To make things more difficult I have to narrow it down to 10 songs. I’m trying to be as honest as I can with this mix — which can be slightly embarrassing because my taste in music varies quite a bit… not to mention I have a strange attraction to sad songs. That said, Danzig and the Misfits have been among my favorites since I was a kid — so you can always count on them making it into the mix. Today I was thinking about how Danzig would be so disappointed to see his songs paired with some of my other favorites, so I’ve decided to call the mix, “Disappointing Danzig.” Stay tuned!
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I have a Boston Terrier and he is the best thing ever. Because of him I’ve become obsessed with Bostons. Here’s a pattern inspired by them. If you like Boston Terriers you should probably follow me on Instagram because all I do is post pictures of Duke.
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Did anyone see the video of the crazy, antisemitic Elmo? At one point he calls Dora the Explorer a bitch, seems a little harsh — but then again I don’t know her. Check it out on BoingBoing.
PS: Episode 4 of my podcast, Always Making, is up! Get it on AlwaysMaking.us or on iTunes!
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