Thursday, July 27, 2006

The Chump and T Show featuring Joe

Here's a few pics of me and T. You may not recognize the third guy in two of the pics. That's Joe. While he's not a B-Town Boy, he is a Valley Boy (originally from Mingo Junction) and married to a girl from B-Town.

Joe, Chump, and T enjoying a Mug-o-Rita at Adobe Gilas

T and Chump thug-style at Adobe's again (with another Mug-o-Rita)

T, Chump, and Joe at Comfest 2006

His Call Sign is "Primadonnakov"


Wednesday, July 26, 2006

They're Here

First Men on Moon Saw UFOs

In the documentary "Apollo 11: The Untold Story," shown on Britain's Channel Five on Monday night, July 24, astronaut Buzz Aldrin says he, Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins all saw a UFO shadowing their spacecraft. Apollo 11, which took off on July 16, 1969, was the first manned mission to the moon. Aldrin says, "There was something out there, close enough to be observed, and what could it be?"

In the documentary, he says, "Now, obviously the three of us weren't going to blurt out, 'Hey, Houston, we've got something moving alongside of us and we don't know what it is,' you know? We weren't about to do that, because we knew that that those transmissions would be heard by all sorts of people and somebody might have demanded we turn back because of aliens or whatever the reason is." He says NASA knew about the UFO but covered up the information.

It has just been learned that all but two of the 700 boxes of Apollo 11 videos are mysteriously missing from the National Archives. The footage of the Apollo 11 mission was recorded on special 1-inch magnetic tape, and the only machines that can play it are at Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, which is being closed in the fall of 2006.

Astronaut Gordon Cooper, who took part in the earlier Mercury and Gemini missions, had his first UFO sighting as an Air Force pilot. He later said that a UFO landed at Edwards Air Force Base. In 1985, Cooper testified at the UN, saying, "I believe that these extraterrestrial vehicles and their crews are visiting this planet from other planets, which obviously are a little more technically advanced than we are here on Earth. For many years I have lived with a secret, in a secrecy imposed on all specialists and astronauts. I can now reveal that every day, in the USA, our radar instruments capture objects of form and composition unknown to us." Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, who was the 6th man to walk on the moon, has also said he believes in the existence of UFOs.

Let the games begin...

Calling all members of the BTown Boyz. It's time to start training for this.

May he be well

Let's all light a candle for B.P. An original.

Sunday, July 23, 2006

For all you people who love LSD


And if that doesn't screw you up enough... here is

And if you want to really freak out...

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Internet Status

Here is a link to a website that constantly monitors the status of the INTERNET. It is in beta testing, so there might be some browser problems (of course with IE). The technological knowhow to develop such a site is mindblowing, to say the least.

Transformers Movie

I was reading up on the live action Transformers movie that comes out on 7/4/07 and it looks like it should be a pretty good movie although they changed some of the characters names and what the transform into. Check out the official website.

Also found this picture(Laserbeak kicks ass):

Monday, July 17, 2006

A Toast

We all need to raise a glass to Mr. Robert Brooks. He was a great man who did a lot to progress huMANity. His legacy still carries on, but I still have a tear in my eye. I might need to make a pilgrimage to his 'mecca' again real soon. A TOAST!!!!

Thursday, July 13, 2006

how did T miss this?

i hear through the grapevine, that somehow T didn't know about the backup 'roos i had on at red's wedding. i didn't trust any of you BTBz not to pants me, and i wanted there to be a surprise (not THAT one) if you did. so here you go T. hope you like my fanny.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Give a Crazy Man a Web Cam and...

here's what happens. (click on the video link and watch ANY one.)

This guy is one more pork rind from a massive corronary.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

A couple of things

First off, for anyone who reads this blog and doesn't know, Erin and I got engaged. I'm pretty sure everyone knows, but if you didn't now you do. Second, the concert Friday night kicked ass. Free tickets and VIP backstage passes can't be beat. My camera's zoom doesn't do our seats any justice. We missed Hinder and Three Days Grace because the meet and greet with Nickelback was during the bands performances. We got an autographed photo plus I took one of my CD's to get autographed and Erin took her music book. We got to our seats when they were setting up for Hoobastank. Our seats were on the floor next to the soundboards. They were elevated so we could see over the pit area. Here are some pics.

Here's Erin with Chad Kroeger

Here's Hoobastank on stage

Nickelback on stage during "Photograph"

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

New Game

This is a cool game. If you ever wondered how McDonald's runs it's business, this game will show you how. Keep the business afloat.

Saturday, July 01, 2006

something-or-other wizards

i remember back in the day, being in odyssey of the minds, OM. i was a nerd, and it was fun. i won't apologize for that. i do regret that is didn't help getting the ladies, but to the chaos theory, had i not done it, it is very likely i'd not be where i am in life, and it's not a bad place to be. not perfect, but not bad. this is leading me to an OM competition i was in, we went to state. it was a great time and aone of the best years i had. we were wizards that year (you had to make a skit, no matter the problem), and the problem was basically a rube goldberg thing. we had to make 10 or so things happen with a 5-second delay between, but we couldn't touch it once it started. i'm tooting my own horn, of course, but we did an amazing job. i wish i still had the thing. chumpassfool made some awesome stuff for it including a spring-loaded box.

ah the good ol days.' but i'm not here to reminisce. i'm here to show you this link. it is about 14 minutes (the interlude around 10 minutes is kinda funny, those crazy orientals) so it takes some patience, but i'm so infatuated with rube goldberg setups lately. i wish i had time back home to get chumpass and everyone together to just get hammered and make something crazy. i seriously recommend if you have the connection (i do for the day since i'm away from work in a semi-better city/hotel) and the time, to check it out. i like the one with the angled books, the magnets, and the balls in series. wow. i'm a nerd. i'm listening (and singing to) to def leppard's 'photograph'. life is good.