Filmmaker - Musician - Photographer

its you know where your kids are?????

...well, I don't so don't ask me.

So, I made the mistake of sleeping all day on Sunday and now I can't sleep. I already have issues sleeping and throwing off my sleep schedule like this isn't helping much, is it?


The good news is that I've been in the studio trying to wear myself out. I've gotten a lot of work done. I also took the time out to add some new albums to my iPOD. That's always fun, right?


If you're expecting anything to come out of reading this blog you've got another thing coming. This is going no where.

I thought of something while tossing and turning in bed. Would you like to hear about it? I imagine if you've kept reading this far, then you do:

So, I thought of how my life is like a fairly well written Ben Stiller movie. I'm thinking about such titles as, "The Heartbreak Kid", "Along Came Polly", "There's Something About Mary", et cetera. I'm kind of a lovable, but clueless, bumbling fool who is just kinda just bopping about the years, falling into situations I can't get out of....or situations that I don't want to get out of, but kind of end up slipping out of anyways.

....know what I'm saying?

I'll bet you don't. I'll bet you wish you didn't read this far into the blog, eh? I'll be you're like, "Man, I could've been eating a sandwich instead of reading this terrible blog. I could've been making some Hamburger Helper instead of reading this blog. I could have been watching something worth while like "Hanna Montana" or "Degrassi High: The Next Generation".

Before my day-long slumber I watched 3 episodes of "Degrassi High: The Next Generation". This is a terrible show. There is just too much drama going on with the kids now in days. It wore me out. As a matter of fact, I'll blame the show for sucking the energy out of me.

Life is good, man. We should stop complaining about things. It may seem like I'm complaining about not being able to sleep and me being a real life Ben Stiller or Steve Carrell in "The 40-Year-Old Virgin", but I'm not. I laugh at it. After all....its funny, right?

If you knew how much I was like Steve Carrell in "The 40-Year-Old Virgin", you'd shit your pants. Its like they made a movie out of my biography.

....except I don't work in an electronics store; I'm a musician.

ok....I'm going to try to go to sleep. Thanks for hanging out with me.


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