I can’t even preface this video with anything. It is just that amazing. Enjoy.
I can’t even preface this video with anything. It is just that amazing. Enjoy.
To continue with my birthday post lists I am going to list some good songs about birthdays or songs to play on your birthday.
Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on how you feel about birthday music), there aren’t 25 good ones that I could think of/locate. So here are the good ones I could find.
“Birthday” by Selena Gomez
“Birthday” by The Beatles
“In Da Club” by 50 Cent
“Birthday” by Katy Perry
“It’s My Party” by Lesley Gore
Continuing with my post from yesterday, today I am going to post my 25 favorite TV shows in honor of my 25th birthday on this Saturday. Now, some of these shows aren’t currently running on TV today. Maybe reruns of them might be playing, but new episodes are not being made of every show on this list. And that’s OK, because I don’t think there are 25 good shows on TV today. Rather, these are shows that I either currently love or did love at one point in my 25 years of life.
25 Favorite TV Shows (No particular order)
2) Breaking Bad
3) Game of Thrones
4) The Office (American version)
6) Space Ghost Coast to Coast
7) Downton Abbey
8) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
9) Are You Afraid of The Dark?
10) Gilmore Girls
12) Law & Order: SVU
13) The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon
15) Teen Mom
17) Spongebob Squarepants
18) Adventure Time
19) Saturday Night Live
20) Family Feud
21) Boy Meets World
22) Lizzie McGuire
24) The Leftovers
25) The Colbert Report
My birthday is this week (on Saturday) and I’ll be turning 25! My wife keeps telling me how “old” that is, but I disagree.
Someone get me this piñata for my birthday!
Anyways, over the next couple days I’m going to be making lists of my “25 favorite _______’s” to commemorate the occasion. Today, I am starting with my 25 favorite albums of all time.
25 Favorite Albums (No Particular Order)
1) Hot Fuss – The Killers
2) Sam’s Town – The Killers
3) 21 – Adele
4) Abbey Road – The Beatles
5) Led Zeppelin II – Led Zeppelin
6) Led Zeppelin IV – Led Zeppelin
7) Ceremonials – Florence + The Machine
8) Pure Heroin – Lorde
9) The Fox, The Hunter and Hello Saferide – Hello Saferide
10) Babel – Mumford & Sons
11) Continuum – John Mayer
12) Where The Light Is (Live) – John Mayer
13) Begin To Hope – Regina Spektor
14) What We Saw From The Cheap Seats – Regina Spektor
15) Live In London – Regina Spektor
16) Speak Now – Taylor Swift
17) Mmhmm – Relient K
18) Late Registration – Kanye West
19) Rumors – Fleetwood Mac
20) Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
21) 1- Beatles
22) We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things – Jason Mraz
23) No Strings Attached – N*SYNC
24) Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge – My Chemical Romance
25) Love Is A 4 Letter Word – Jason Mraz
I went and saw the movie Gone Girl last night.
It was the best movie I’ve seen since Guardians of the Galaxy! Granted, I haven’t seen many movies since that one, and its only been a few months, but the past few weeks my wife and I wanted to see a movie but each week when we checked what was playing we felt they all looked truly crappy. Gone Girl was the first movie that has looked appealing in a long time and it was really good.
I also appreciated how different it was. It has multiple twists in it. I even called the first one, but then it started going in a totally crazy direction that I don’t think anybody could predict. Which is good! I’m tired of boring movies that do the same old thing.
I would recommend checking out this movie, but be warned, the run time is two and a half hours.
This stuff is ADDICTING and so easy to make!
1/2 cup butter
1 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup corn syrup
1 teaspoon baking soda
7 cups multi grain Cheerios
Melt butter in a saucepan. Add brown sugar and corn syrup and bring to a boil. Simmer for 2 to 3 minutes, no longer. Take off heat and add baking soda. Stir until foamy and then mix into Cheerios. Stir until well blended. Dump onto a lightly greased baking sheet and bake at 250 degrees for 10 minutes. Cool and break into pieces.
I prefer to actually not bake it. I just dump it out onto the baking sheet and let it cool. It works either way.
It’s been raining/sprinkling a lot lately where I live and I keep thinking of this video…
I’ve eaten, listened and watched to a lot of great things this week! I’m not saying you should like these things just because I do, but if you don’t like these things… what is wrong with you?!
You may remember this Coca-Cola brand soft drink back from 1997-2001. It was Coke’s rival to Mountain Dew but went out of production after poor sales. Well they recently brought it back to be sold exclusively on Amazon thanks to an online campaign to bring it back. I bought some last week and it arrived this morning. I had some with my lunch and it instantly took me back to 1997. Be wary of buying it online. It keeps going out of stock quickly and then people are trying to sell it for like $100. When it is in stock it should only cost you around $12.
The Fox, The Hunter and Hello Saferide by Hello Saferide
I found this album on Spotify and have been listening to it pretty much nonstop for the last few days. I am in love with her voice and with her style of music. Her voice kind of sounds like some songs in the movie “Juno” but after doing some research that doesn’t seem to be the case. I only say that so maybe you can kind of get an idea of what she sounds like. Just go listen to this album, it’s amazing!
This is a documentary I watched for my work. It is about the Golden Gate Bridge in California and how it is the most popular site in the world (although a quick internet search says its #2) for people to commit suicide. Very interesting.
Disclaimer: This documentary shows real footage of real people really committing suicide. Do not watch if that will make you uncomfortable.
The Rockafire Explosion
This is a documentary I watched for “fun”. I heard about it from my favorite daily YouTube video, SourcefedNerd’s TableTalk. It is a documentary about the company before Chuck E. Cheese that basically created the animatronic characters and when they merged with Chuck E. Cheese these characters were “lost”. It features die-hard fans who are very upset with Chuck E. Cheese and with it never happened. These people are WEIRD. SO WEIRD. Like, one guy is recreating the animatronic band in his garage so he can have it back in his life.
This is one of my favorite shows on TV right now and it comes back for its final season tonight on NBC. I would recommend watching the entire series if you haven’t. Great show.
What about you? What are things that you’ve recently eaten, listening to or watched that you think others should know about?
I read and finished the book “The Maze Runner” last week. I read it because the movie is coming out soon and my sister kept posting things about the movie saying how awesome it is going to be. I think she also meant how “hot” the main character is, but whatever. I still decided to read it.
Overall, the book was pretty good. It has suspense, action and some mystery. It obviously falls in line with a lot of the other movies that are being made right now which means that it is set in the future and deals with some dystopian themes.
After finishing the book I immediately pulled up the trailer on YouTube to watch it and see how it looks. To my disappointment, although I should have expected it, the movie looks very different. You can really tell they are changing many things for the movie. The 3 things that I can tell are different from the trailer don’t seem to be horribly different, but that doesn’t bode well for the rest of the movie. I’m going to see the movie on Friday (if my wife finishes the book) and then I’ll write a post comparing the book to the movie.
Overall I’d give the book a 6/10 so its a decent read if you have free time. It goes by pretty quick. I’m not sure if I’ll read the other books in the series because many reviews say they get worse and worse as the series goes on.
What are your thoughts on The Maze Runner? Have you read it? Do you plan on seeing the movie?
Surge is back!
Surge was sold on the shelves from 1997-2001 which would have made me 8-12 years old. So why I certainly remember Surge and do remember drinking it, I honestly don’t remember what it tastes like. I can’t imagine its flavor and just have to trust the many comparisons to Mtn. Dew (which I don’t really like) as a reference point. But I remember I liked it as a kid.
So today, seemingly out of nowhere, when Coca-Cola announced that it was bringing back Surge exclusively though Amazon I just had to order some! And apparently so did everyone else because I tried three times and Amazon said it was “sold out” before I could finally get an order in.
There are plenty of other food and drinks that I would rather see brought back. Oreo-O’s cereal, Vault soda, Dunkaroos (although you can still buy them in other countries) and Pepsi Blue would be my preferred choices of items to return to shelves, but maybe if Surge does well then other companies will bring back their nostalgic products.
What about you? What product do you wish would come back to shelves?