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Time for an update

I haven’t posted a lot lately so I figured it’s time for an update, hence the title of this post. I mean posting to a blog actually seems kind of weird with Twitter and Facebook and Instagram keeping your family and fans up to date on the latest goings-on, but I guess if you’re going … Continue reading »

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About Being Unemployed

I’ll tell you one thing about not having a job: it’s pretty awesome. I know my wife and my son thought it was pretty awesome, but the flip-side to that is my landlord probably wasn’t so thrilled about it. After doing the 7-Eleven Road Trip Rally, I quit my job of 15 years. It’s was scary, fun, … Continue reading »

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“It’s Christmas, Theo, it’s the time for miracles.”

You’ve never really experienced Christmas until you’re assembling a $150 tricycle with the Sounds of the Seasons channel on TV, while you’re wife is applying decals to the Train and Track Table and finding out that was actually the longer and harder job. Longer and harder? Tomorrow we’re shooting the Christmas Conversation for Break A … Continue reading »

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60-second review: Stomach Flu

Stomach Flu starts with a real bang, as in “BANG! The food your son ate in the last three hours is now all over his bed!” It keeps the action humming with a one-two punch of constant, regular vomiting throughout the night that jumps out and grabs you like a vise-grip on your genitals. Stomach … Continue reading »

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