Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Lost in Lysergic Bliss

Hey, it's been a while.

Finals have been over for almost a couple weeks now, and I've been doing the usual winter break stuff.

My current favorite band right now is of Montreal, which I think the Funk Band should listen to because there are some pretty funky songs.

fan video of Lysergic Bliss

of Montreal - Lysergic Bliss (acoustic)

of Montreal - Requiem of O.M.M.2

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Sitting in a tincan

Recently, I've had the pleasure of witnessing what may be the awesomest car commercial ever. I don't even care what brand of car it is - this cover of Space Oddity by Cat Powers is amazing!

and while searching for the rest of the song (unsuccessfully), I found this:
kierstenmh's cover of Space Oddity

I like the chords she uses.  And her eyes are kinda creepy too.

In the Cat Power version, I like the breathy vocals and the drum fill into the 2nd part of the song. . . and the sound effects in the commercial haha!  It just makes it an awesome commercial.

And now, I think I'll try to find more Cat Power songs because according to Wikipedia, she's been around since 1995.  I like her style.

Aaaaand here's the original by David Bowie.  Kinda weird, but it's the original.

and here's the other Bowie version I'm more familiar with:

and finally, the Mr. Deeds version!!!!111!1!eleven!!!!111!!

I'm pretty sure all these embedded videos slow down the page loading, sorry.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

When I'm in the pit

This is 23 seconds of Reel Big Fish performing their big hit from the '90s, Sell Out at Pipeline Cafe, back in the summer of '07... or almost summer.  It was April 5th; close enough.

I was there.  It happened.  Want proof?

If you look carefully, and know what I looked like last year, you'll see me in the front with my arm over the barrier between 0:05 and 0:08!

See me?

I'm the guy with the gray sleeveless and black hair and about a head shorter than everyone else.

By the way, 
NEW RBF ALBUM coming out JANUARY 20 or something!!

Fame, Fortune, and Fornication

All ska cover songs!  I wanted to do that!

I will get this album, and if they ever come back to Hawaii, I'll be there if I'm not on the mainland by then.  If I were, I could drive to whatever state they'd be in.  Oh the possibilities...

Thursday, November 27, 2008

How It Should Have Ended

Surfing the YouTube, I found this video:

and it is so true.

I recommend subscribing to HISHEdotcom's channel on YouTube, or visiting www.howitshouldhaveended.com because their videos are so funny.  Some are.

If you've seen the movies they parody, it makes more sense, doh.

But fo' real, what was Willy Wonka on?  Hahahaha!

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Bam Bam

Here's a great song I heard on the radio while driving through the streets of San Andreas:

The Pliers - Bam Bam

and for those of you who are wondering, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for the PS2 is what I was referring to.  My real permit expired back in September.  Crap.

Here's some versions the same song by its original band, Toots and the Maytals:

I like both of Toots and the Maytals' versions, and I've no clue which one came first.
Oh, there's also a version with Shaggy . . . look it up yo'self.  I'm not in a Shaggy mood - don't think I ever was haha.

I think that the next album I buy will be a Toots and the Maytals album.  They have a lot of good songs that have been covered by lots-o-groups.  I'll save that for another post.

Finally, here's a Sister Nancy version, which I also enjoy:

Now, the thing bothering me about this version is that I think I've heard this bass-line before, but WHERE from?  The first thing that came to mind was Sublime - Scarlet Begonias.  I'll investigate later.

Bottom line: Me sa want ta bam bam.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Don't Let It Go To Your Head

Good Lord...

Right now,

I feel at peace right now, despite all these life changing decisions that are stressing me out at this moment, but understand this: "at peace" or "satisfied" does NOT mean "happy."

Here's why I feel so:

It's not the video, but the song.  I just ripped the audio off this video using mediaconverter.org

The song is
Don't Let It Go To Your Head by Black Harmony

and I've been searching for this song for the longest time, and now that I have it (thanks to mediaconverter.org), I feel accomplished and everything, ya know? 

It's kinda hard to express in words the way I feel.  This song is comforting, and finally having the ability to listen to it an infinite amount of times on my iPod is just... ahh I feel ACCOMPLISHED, like I could die happy now.  I just listen to this song, and I want to cry out of relief or something.  Kinda similar to when I listen to Bob Marley, and want to get up and sing. There's just so much emotion in this song, or maybe it's just me.  Anyway, 


It's so chill, and kind of sad but happy...?  It's hard to explain.  It's like love.  Just read the lyrics, or even better, listen to the song!  And it's groovy.  A++, 6 stars out of 5 in my book.  Hell, maybe a 7!

Now that you know
how I feel about you,
don't let it go your head, no.
Don't let it go to your head, no no no no.

Now that you know I can't live without you,
don't let it go to your head, no.
Don't let it go to your head, no no no no.

Don't take advantage of my love.
Treat me good,
treat me bad,
treat me bad.

Now that I'm givin' you every part of me,
don't let go to your head, no.
Don't let it go to your head, no no no no.

'Cause if you're playing games,
it would be a shame.
Don't break my heart.
Don't break my heart.

Now that you know how I feel about you,
Don't let it go to your head, no.
Don't let it go to your head, no no no no.

'Cause if you're playing games
it would be a shame.
Don't break my heart.
Don't break my heart.

Don't let it,
don't let it,
don't let it
to your head, no no no no.

But the reason why I feel pretty stressed out is because I think I'm gonna join the Air National Guard or Air Force Reserves, possibly next semester.

. . . .

I gotta make a decision REALLY soon if I want to go through with this now, because later is WAAAY later, and time is money.  I don't want my parents paying for my college education
anymore, and I want to live on my own, closer to school, but is the military REALLY what I want to do to have things my way?

I'm still not sure . . . 

but in my mind, there's no other way that will pay out the same or better.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

too tired to go to bed

sometimes i wish i could just sleep when i'm tired

but no...

i can't sleep on the recliner
i have to take a shower and blahblahbkahsdalj

if i take a shower i won't be tired anymore!
this is a common dilemma of mine

here's a video:

Who Can It Be Now - Men At Work

btw, i almost got mugged today.  funny story.  tell ya later.

and also, i'm thniking of joining the national guard again...

sounds like a good plan, but why don't i wanna do it?

Friday, November 14, 2008

Do You Think You Love Me?

Mary Jane - Rick James

Because I can't find any tabs for this song at all, I'll at least give the chords to y'all right here. I figured it out after carefully studying the original, and videos of Jason Mraz's cover. It's a good cover. You should look it up, or I'll post it later.

The song is in the key of D, I think

Bm A

Em A


Dmaj7 Gm Fm Bm7

That's the basics. If anyone wants to jam, look me up.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

i AM yo neighbor!

yeeuh!  i just finished my paper in 2ish hours, and i feel a-hole lot better

unless you're out partying with me
then procrastinate later

...that means you can procrastoasdfwhateva after you've done your work

everything else that was bothering me is like nothing now!
i wonder how long this will last. . . 

if what they say is 'nothing lasts forever'
then what makes
then what makes
then what makes
then what makes
what makes
what makes
what makes
love the exception?

so why oh why oh
whyyyy oh why oh why oh
are we so in denial when we know we're not happy here?

Hey Ya, Charlie Brown!  GREAT VIDEO!!!!!  GREATER SONG!!
Hey Ya - Outkast

lend me some sugar
i AM your neighbor!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

out of sync

k well, today is a special day.  no capital letters unless i feel like it because today is just weird.

i just feel out of focus today
lazier than usual

or maybe just as lazy, but maybe i've noticed it more today because i actually have a major homework assignment due tomorrow

this is pretty much the biggest homework ass. i've had all year, and it's only gonna be 2 pages

my mind keeps on straying, and i get frustrated just thinking about sitting down and working on this paper all night

btw, i got my religion midterm test back today, and no surprise, i failed it.  24/50.  i best i can hope for is a D.

lesson: go to class!  or at least the one with the review before the test!

but i havent let that bother me yet.  this PAPER is.

eadfasdfaisdjgdgasopdgopaehduigheapgtnadgAWEDGJASDHJGasduigbASDINFR[12POJ4 24P[RBDF

that's what i'm feeling right now. . . the keyboard.  i want to break it.

this whole situation is making me feel a little pessimistic about next semester when i actually have to take an english class, and the rest of my cores, and blahsfblah blashfoshdguahd

not a lot is going right this week, but i feel like i deserve it.  i DO deserve it.  i've had a good streak for a long time now.

i'll get over it once i pinish this paper.

maybe these holidays in the middle of the week are throwing me off. . . hmmm

Sunday, November 9, 2008

That's what she said

So, I thought I had The Strokes' whole Room on Fire album, until I looked up the lyrics and found out there was one song I was missing:

Meet Me in the Bathroom - The Strokes.mp3

Then, I thought I had the whole Is This It album, and I'm actually missing New York City Cops, but I think I've read somewhere that the US version doesn't have that song, and instead has some other song . . . [brb I'm gonna Wikipedia it. . . ]

When It Started.  Good song.

They decided to release the North American version with this switch because of the 9/11 attacks, and you can probably tell why when you listen to the chorus, or look up the album on Wikipedia.


Here's a cool scene from the movie Rushmore, directed by Wes Anderson.
I like it for a few reasons, but mainly for the song A Quick One by The Who.

This "you are forgiven" part is the 3rd of 3 parts of the whole song, and is my favorite of the 3.

Now ladies and gentlemen, dig The Who!

A Quick One While He's Away - The Who

. . . and by the way, I dig their stage presence.  Watch and learn.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Want to Get to Know You

Biblical Sense - The Pietasters

This song is definitely gonna be in my repertoire once I get a ska band going.

Monday, October 27, 2008


Here is the answer to a lot of my problems!

Now, what does it do?

Well. . . it converts media.

Now, how can I use it?

Well, have you ever had that problem where you just want to rip the audio file off of a YouTube video?  Well, this can do it for you in a matter of seconds, then just download the mp3 to your computer.


I also used to use Zamzar.com, which is almost the same thing, but it emails the converted file to you.  So inconvenient.
Oh, and I haven't thought of converting YouTube videos to just mp3 files before. . .

So, how does this help you?
Well, instead of coming back here to listen to your favorite songs off a youTube video you're not even gonna watch, just put the video's URL in the easy to fill out form and download that baby.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

She's Gone

Here's a song I just found on YouTube, and immediately fell in love with.

She's Gone - Bob Marley

and a supposedly rare acoustic recording I think is from a rehearsal, but I love it too! It's haunting and soulful!

and here's a great cover from some other dude performing it live at his local club:

I'd really like to get a hold of the audio file for this song, and if anyone has one lying around I'd appreciate it if they'd sent it over my way.

Or I could just buy the album, which I wouldn't mind at all.

... but until then , I'll be listening to these vids just to get my fix.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Self Actualization

Here's a snippet of interesting info I stumbled upon a while ago while exploring Wikipedia:

"   People that have reached self-actualization are characterized by certain behaviors. Common traits amongst people that have reached self-actualization are as follows: [6]They embrace reality and facts rather than denying truth. They are spontaneous. They are interested in solving problems which may include personal problems or the emotional conflicts of others. They are accepting of themselves and others and lack prejudice."

Sound like anyone you know?

And yeah, I cited Wikipedia!  Oh no!  Flunk me!

Wikipedia is accurate. [citation needed]

Monday, October 20, 2008

Soul Adventurah

Upon further inspection of the entire album, Roots, Rock, Remixed, I have so far concluded that my NEW favorite song is Soul Rebel (Afrodisiac Sound System remix).

I'm a rebel/soul rebel/I'm a capturah/soul adventurah

And guess what. The original is AWESOME too.

Soul Rebel - Bob Marley.mp3

And I also like African Herbsman (King Kooba Remix),
and Rainbow Country (DJ Spooky's Subliminal Funk remix),
and Don't Rock My Boat (Stuhr remix).

Here's their originals, and out of these three songs, I have no favorite because they're ALL GOOD!

African Herbsman - Bob Marley.mp3

Don't Rock My Boat would later become Satisfy My Soul

Geez, all these songs are good -- no, great.

And whoa! All the songs on my iPod with the word 'soul' in the title or elsewhere are all good. . . to me at least.  Amazing!

Soul Sammich
Soul Arrival
Soul Rebel
Satisfy My Soul
Soul Shakedown Party
Last Living Souls
Get Innocuous (Soulwax remix)
Soul to Squeeze
Ulcer Soul <-- (this one I'm still getting used to.)

Well, that's not fair because I do like almost all the songs on my iPod.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Roots, Rock, Remixed

Yeehaw!  Czech out what I just BOUGHT at Jelly's tonight!


A REAL CD!  Yes, they still make those.  And I bought one -- with cash monies.  So old school.

I was actually looking for a birthday present for my dad, and stumbled upon this beauty on my way out.  Oops!  Sorry, Pops.

Anyways, two of my many favorite stylees (yes, hungry babe is the new stylee) of music -- REGGAE and ELECTRONIC -- have been conveniently put together in this one awesome album, and it's BOB!  And the Wailers, as well!

So, how well does electronica and Bob go together?  Well, let's see if I can find a link to my favorite remix.

ACTUALLY, look at what I JUST figured out how to do:

I legally ripped this off of their Official MySpace page.

BUT ALAS!  They don't have a sample of my favorite song on this album:

One Love (Cordovan remix)

If you ever have the chance, give it a listen if you can find it, or me.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Oh Mr. DJ

To the best of my knowledge, this song, Roots Rockin', was originally done by the group Aswad.  That's as far back as I can trace it, but I haven't really researched it thoroughly yet.  And according to Wikipedia, they were also known for their versions of Don't Turn Around and Best of My Love.  I'll save that for anazah lonely day.

Anyway, here's a video, but the "sun-splashin" part kinda throws me off.

This song is so popular, that it's been covered many times by various artists, or at least has inspired others with its lyrics.  Check these out.

Boss DJ - Sublime
Bad Fish/Boss DJ Jack Johnson
Boss DJ - Reel Big Fish (sorry, I can't find the file)

See how the torch has been passed?  It's like music evolution!

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Whale of a Tale

Okay, I didn't go to the Go Jimmy Go concert, but there was a Reggae Battle of the Bands up at UH, so that's where we kinda went. The whole thing is a funny story, but if you want to hear the rest, let me know.

Speaking of funny, here's a video I just found on YouTube:

Dead Whale + Dynamite = Bad Idea

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Soul Arrival


Why am I so happy right now?

Not the album, but I FINALLY found the free mp3 after weeks of searching.  Where did I find it?On the Go Jimmy Go official homepage - that's where.  Now, why didn't I find it earlier even though it was under the FREE MP3 section?  I guess I didn't expect it to be there, but now I'm SO HAPPY!  It just feels good getting what you want.

And I WILL buy the Soul Arrival album once I find it.  C'mon Jelly's - supply me!

So here it is and more from their KTUH live broadcast.  Maybe I should reconsider volunteering at KTUH.  Hmmmm....

Soul Arrival.mp3
Takin' It Off.mp3
(808) PD.mp3

Now, as I have mentioned before, these FREE mp3s are from gojimmygo.com, so I am 90% sure that me sharing the link is legal and okay, and appreciated.

there is a show THIS Friday at Anna Bannana's! Here's the poster:

Go Jimmy Go, Friday September 26th, Anna Bannana's


There's a Reggae Band rrrOn My Street

It's almost 12 on a Saturday night, and the reggae band somewhere near is still playing since earlier tonight. I am kinda jealous. This happens maybe once a month, but this time I'm not in bed yet.

Where is it coming from?!
I am close enough to hear the crowd screaming. It sounds like a pretty big crowd; maybe at least 20 people, and the band sounds really good... at least from where I am, which is a few blocks away. Maybe it's 3 blocks. I really want to find out now. I mean, I've always wanted to know where it was coming from, but now I want to be there.

I also learned in MUS108 that lower frequency notes travel further, and thats why you can hear the bass better. At one point I could hear a keyboard, and I can still hear the drums and the two singers.

This situation reminds me of a few RBF songs.  Here's one:

Everything Sucks

Wow, after watching that, I've just remembered why I love the Reel Big Fish.

Well, now I'm not so jealous.

Close to Me

This just recently became my new favorite The Cure song: "Close To Me."
(I've got a funny feeling that I'm using those quote marks wrongly. Do you italicize song titles?)

I've had their greatest hits album for almost a year now, and never liked more than half of the songs on there. As usual, I would judge the whole song by the first 5 seconds of it, and in "Close To Me", it's a door squeaking, followed a simple, repetitive beat, so I'd skip it and listen to "Boys Don't Cry" or "Just Like Heaven" or "Lovesong."

So, while my broken iPod is on shuffle, this song comes on, and I'm too lazy to skip it. Actually, lately I've been trying to listen to the songs I never bothered with before, and it's been working out great for me. Another example is The Pietasters; I have 66 Pietasters songs, and now I can tolerate ALL their songs - not just 5.

Anyway, here's the video for "Close To Me"

and an alternate version I found on YouTube. I think knowing both versions is better than just one. They make each other better, in my opinion. They COMPLIMENT each other hah! That's the word, I think. It completes the story.

And don't let Robert Smith scare you. You haven't seen "Lullaby" yet.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Funk Band - Straight To Business

This "Funk Band" series will be featured on the Lab School Funk Band's news page.

Yo!  It's Will - still hanging around; helping out my favorite funk band.

As some of you may have heard, I am currently taking a "Fundamentals of Western Music" course at UH Manoa, and it has been a complete breeze so far.  At this point, I am confident that any Lab School student would be familiar with what I'm learning now - things like classical music history, identifying time signatures and dynamic markers, and clapping simple rhythms.  Later I'll be learning a little more about music theory, how to write music reviews, and maybe even do a little ear training - things I'm already used to as a former member of the Funk Band.  I will keep you all updated if anything interesting happens in my class.

Now, moving on to the fun stuff!
I've never stopped looking for songs to learn, and I have never stopped suggesting songs for the Funk Band.  Even before I was in the Funk Band, I was already suggesting songs!  Anyway, I have a feeling that the focus for this year's repertoire is on uplifting songs - songs that help us share a positive vibe with the world - so I have narrowed down my very large list to fit the criteria.

Here are my top song suggestions for this week/month (in no particular order):

Amber - 311 (chill song, cool reverb effects)
Australia - The Shins (lots of guitar parts, back-up vocals, and it's hip!)
Lights Out - Santogold
Naive - The Kooks (funky guitar rhythms.  the good kind of funky)
No Rain - Blind Melon
Don't Panic - Coldplay (powerful message, cool effects)
Fantastic Voyage - Lakeside (FUNK!)
Modern Mystery - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin
Back On The Chain Gang - The Pretenders (hoo-hah!)
A-Punk - Vampire Weekend

That's it for now.  If anyone wants to hear my other song suggestions, let me know and I'd be glad to share.

And here's the music video for
Modern Mystery - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Easy Skankin'

No, "Easy Skankin'" does not mean "to do easy skanks."  It's a Bob Marley song, you foos.

"Excuse me while I light my spliff.  (Spliff!)
Oh Jah, I gotta take a lift.  (Lift!)
From reality I just can't drift.  (Drift!)
That's why I'm stayin' with this riff.  (Riff!)

Take it easy.  (Takin' it easy.)
Gotta take it easy.  (Skankin' it slooow.)"

Why is Bob Marley's music so good?  It's beyond good, actually, but why?  Any ideas?  What makes bands so popular or notorious?  Like The Beatles, for example.  Hmm. . . does psychedelics have anything to do with it?  I do believe so yes.

Oh Bob. . . I have to buy some of your albums.  It feels better to own an album that to pirate it off the internet, even if you only like 2 songs out of the 15 that you paid for.  I take it back -- sometimes it doesn't feel that good, but it's the right thing;  It feels right, but not good.  That's the way it is.  (Oh that's another song: The Way It Is - The Strokes)

"Oh ya see?
I wish it were not true, but that's the way it is."

Aaaand . . . if you look to the right of this page, then you will eventually find the Imeem.com playlist I just put up recently.  Why half of it is cut off I do not know.  I have an idea why, but it doesn't really bother me much.  BUT if anyone is bothered by it, lemme know so I can pix it.

Once I find a legal way to upload songs from my iTunes, then I will share my musak with the people.  I anyone just wants to figure it out for me, then awesome!  I'll put you on the "Special Thanks" section of my first or second successful album.  PROMISE!  Just remind me.

Btw, I think I've just figured out a connection between the two meanings of the same word: skank.

skank        [skangk] Pronunciation Key
–verb (used without object)
Slangto dance rhythmically in a loose-limbed manner.
See where I'm going here?  That's from dictionary.com btw, so I don't get sued.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Like They Do on the Discovery Channel

Heloo again.  I just got home from a long day on TheBus, and I'm pooped -- or I pooped.  Both.

First idea of the day:
I hear birds on my roof above my room, and it sounds like one or three of three things: 1)Fighting, 2)Eating ravenously, 3)Wild bird sex.  It may very well be all 3 -- I don't know.  Maybe there's more than 2 birds, but they are making weird cooing/squawking noises, and it sounds more like pain than pleasure, but I can't tell.  I've never seen birds do it before.  I've seen LIZARDS do it once, and that mystery was solved months ago.  If I remember correctly, then the best way that I can describe it is "violent love ball" or maybe just "violent sex ball" because I don't think lizards can develop strong emotional feelings for other lizzzzarrrrds.... blah blah.  Moving on!  The birds flew away long ago.  Or maybe they fell asleep haha!  'Cuz you know... no, you don't.

A Bloodhound Gang song comes to mind.  "You and me, baby -- we ain't nothin' but mammals, so let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel."

Curse this internet connection...

So I spent my whole bus ride trying to find songs for this year's Funk Band.  For those of you who don't know, Funk Band is an elective class at the highschool I graduated from.  Here's their website that was just recently remodeled to look supa fine:

The Lab School Funk Band

I could spend a lot of time explaining what's up with the Funk Band, and what kinda highschool is called "The Lab School", but I think I'll pass for now.  Someday I'll help enlighten y'all.  In short, the school does nasty experiments on the teachers and students via experimental textbooks and curriculum, and the Funk Band plays more contemporary music than funk.  I learned some music theory and got some experience practicing and performing with a band, which is awesome.

So, my list of songs -- I like to call it a "playlist" -- keeps growing.  I just put my broken iPod on shaafuru (cuz it's in Japanese), and take note of songs I think they (we) could play. Yeah, if you haven't figured out already, I'm not in that class or school anymore, but I just visit them when I got time.  (Don't tell the office!)  But hey, I'm still (sorta) part of the Funk Band; my picture's on the front page.

There's more than 50 songs in my playlist, and I'm not gonna post them all here right now, so here's some of my best suggestions so far (in no particular order).

Last Night - The Strokes
No Rain - Blind Melon
You Talk Way Too Much - The Strokes
Hard to Explain - The Strokes
Take It or Leave It - The Strokes
Boss DJ - Reel Big Fish
99 Red Balloons - Goldfinger
The End Has No End - The Strokes

Well, there you have it.  Apparently, I'm really into The Strokes -- their songs aren't too complex, and they're hip, so everyone's a winner.  My goal is to find different songs that give the members of the Funk Band the opportunity to showcase their mad skills because no one likes to be left out.

Okay I must continue this later.  Maybe I'll post some music next time.  Peace.

Blog Cherry

Hey!  First blog post ever.  Exciting!

So I've started blogging because my cousin recommended it.  She didn't like reading my MySpace bulletins because they were hard to find, and I don't think she cared much for 'em.  Damn those surveys; what I do is... sometimes classier.  (I don't know if "classy" includes "Rockstar Sperm for Sale.")  If you haven't read any of my MySpace bulletins, you've been missing out on valuable info on some hilarious videos and awesome music, and movie recommendations/reviews.

Anyway, that's some intro for y'all for now.  Maybe if there's enough interest, I'll turn this into a music blog, which I've been interested in doing for a while now.  For now, I'll find some fancy music player to embed on this thang... or INto because I'd be embeeeddding it.

I'm falling asleep.  Moving on.


So the usual is that I am always on Wikipedia and YouTube, and I just look up shit... or stuff.  I look up music a lot -- music videos, live performances, covers, acoustic renditions, remixes --and I also look up the artist's info and I learn a LOT... or i read a lot; I'm not sure if it "sticks" yet.  And I'm still not entirely sure how to use semi-colons yet; please bear with me.

Oh that was another intro, kinda.  I need another one of these:


Here's what I stumbled upon earlier today.  It was actually recommended by YouTube especially for me.  How dooo they do it?

"Best Office Prank Ever"

Well, it IS the best I've seen so far.  So clever.  So inspiring.  I actually did "lol" watching this one.  Then I clicked on some related videos, subscribed to CheeksDown, and yeah, found a few more awesome videos that I'd like to share -- in the Future; like tomorrow.  I'd like to review this one a little more, but ehhh... watch it.  Do it yo-self, haha.  Just enjoy it.  Be inspired.  Go put up a drywall somewhere.  Confuse the hell out of your co-workers -- strangers even!  Yeah!

P's out.  I just thought of that one.... because my name, you know... nevermind
...and the band-name ideas start flowin'.