I am a writing student at Pratt Institute. I hosted a radio show on PrattRadio, called Small Talk with Mike Small. Since I spend a good amount of time on the internet, I figured I could contribute to society by sharing my experiences.• Ask me anything
One of the first comedy albums I was ever given was “Reality… What A Concept.” I loved it. I loved “Mork & Mindy.” I even loved Robert Altman’s “Popeye.” Robin Williams meant a lot to me when I was a kid. I knew nothing of drug use or depression. It never occurred to me that comedians, these…
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Wow yeah that one is hilarious! He’s slowly becoming a favorite of mine.
I write this on a plane to Las Vegas, where weezer plays a show tonight at
the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Its funny, we’ve played here before, and not that
long ago - just last summer in fact. It went so well they wanted us back
asap. And we’re more than happy to oblige. A band could get jaded and treat
it as routine by now, but not weezer. Every success is an amazing feeling,
and it just spurs the guys onward to work harder and keep the magic going.
We - and that means ‘us’ and ‘you guys’ - are in exciting times. The wait
for the new album is now just 2 months away - that’s (approx) 8 more weezer
wednesdays. The guys are putting the finishing touches on the album in
between our summer tour dates, and its very very close to completion. We had
a great time at The Tonight Show, and the single “Back To The Shack” is
getting rapidly increasing rotation and adds at both alternative and rock
radio. With the webisodes, single, and presale packages (including the
re-started fan club at last), it appears that what’s amounted to years of
work, including months of studio time since January is starting to pay off.
Through it all, the common denominator has been you, the fans, who have been
packing every single one of our shows in the 6 years since weezer touring started up again in June 2008 with the Hootenanny shows.
Where we are now feels to me like the start of a new age in weezer. The last
6 years since the Red Album came out, with all the tours, festivals, county
fairs, one off shows, Memories shows, not to mention 2 more albums (plus an
unheard rarities collection, and Pinkerton Deluxe, and the MFSL reissues…),
has really gone by in a blur, and it feels like that chapter is closing with
the release of “Everything…” on Sept 30. These 6 years have been amazing,
and also a rocky road at times, from incredible triumphs to near tragedy, to
moments not always well received by you guys, but you stuck by us and came
to the shows and listened to the music, and kept believing in weezer. Its
been the goal all along to always play great shows and release a new album
that will kick ass. You guys deserve the best that weezer can give. Stick
around folks, were just getting started - again!
Karl! You don’t need to thank us! Thank you!!!!
Hey everyone! I guest hosted the great live show/podcast Static Rift! They invited me down to Gag Order Network studios right here, in Norwood/Dedham, MA! Their regular host, one of my close friends, Sam Cooper, could not make it down to the studio. So, they asked me to sit in! Please take a listen!
We talk about Batman artists, video games, the new South Park/Hulu deal, Neversoft closing, Sonic the Hedgehog, and other media related stuff!
Just found this in an old high school notebook. I’d like to thank the girl from my past who wrote this. Not sure who it was but that’s not a problem
More pictures from Money in the Bank!
Cena wins LOL
All I could think about when I saw the new Captain America movie. Maybe I’m watching too many 1990s HBO comedy shows and not comic book summer blockbuster movies.
Hey everyone! Here’s a new episode of the podcast I co-created for you to enjoy if you wanna!
In this episode I talk about:
The Larry Sanders Show
How I feel about the town I grew up in and how crappy I think it is
And what records I got for Record Store Day!
Alex talks about the blood moon, SpaceX, and other space stuff in his podcast segment, Today In Space.
Hope you enjoy! Subscribe if you like it! All the past episodes are up, so listen to what you want!
I just talked to someone about working at the gift shop at Cheers. I could work at Cheers. Life goal almost achieved.
Last night, my friend Dre wore this Undertaker shirt I gave him years ago. Was it bad luck that he wore it?