This guy did something that's pretty darn balls out, and I'm going to bet a few of you are going to wish you'd thought of it first.
Saturday, March 22, 2003
I know I asked this once before, but would you guys be interested in me doing a daily sketch type thing, where I have a new sketch or some kind of drawing by me up here everyday? I'd appreciate any and all feedback. It seems like it might be a neat thing to do, but if no one would be interested in seeing it then there's not much need to do it. Just curious.
Find out what Cartoon villan you are.
Posted by chrishaley at 6:07 AM
Steve and Edward both told me within 24 hours of each other that they are starting their own websites, so mine is useless to them and all of you now. Ok, neither of them said that last part. Either way it looks like I'm going to have to move things forward sooner than I intended...
You can chcek out Steve's by clicking here.
I don't think Ed's is up and running yet, but I'm sure it'll be quite wicked once it is, and I personally look forawrd to checking it out.
Great Quote of the Day: "Lovin' you is easy 'cause you're available.."
I've been listening to BBC World News to get my information on what's been going on with the war, and I've come to one conclusion: Every "news person" on BBC World News is an a-hole. They have guests on there that seem intelligent and even tempered, but all of the actual "anchors" seem to be dicks.
I got the new Game Boy Advance SP and some games today, and I've got to say I'm quite pleased with the purchase. It's everything I hoped it would be.. and that's pretty good. This next week is going to be quite a big purchasing week as well with the release of Futurama Season 1, Jackass The Movie, CKY 4, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mystery Science Theater 3000 Box Set Vol. 2, and The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for Gamecube!
I also managed to do some cut-type damage to my hands tonight that's not so good. I cut up underneath one of my fingernails with a cardboard box somehow, and then managed to slice my index finger on the other hand pretty nicely with a really, really old (but still all together huge) kitchen knife. I fear I may need a tetanus shot, but I don't know much about that kind of thing so I don't know for sure.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:14 AM
Friday, March 21, 2003
Who's in the mood for some new pictures? I know I am! Here's the pictures from the Christmas Party 2002.
The line-up for this year's Memphis in May Beale Street Music Fest has been announced, and you know it's going to be another great year for seeing music in Pimphis when the only name that even managed to register on my richter scale of interest was The Gap Band. While I'd like to see them and let them "drop" a proverbial "bomb" on me, I think it's safe to assume I'll be avoiding Riverside like the plague that weekend.
MC Frontalot has released a new song about the war called "Special Delivery", and I'd be lying if I said it wasn't better than the one the Beastie Boys came out with on their site. He's the MC that fronts the most, and you should check it out.
I can't wait to see this! The people at Mainframe Entertainment (Reboot) do fine, fine work.
Even Superman once worked in a team.
Take the Cartoon Hero Quiz!
Speaking of Superman, it looks as though Brett Ratner is officially no longer directing the new flick. I've heard very little to make me excited about anything to do with this movie in the last few months, so I guess this news really doesn't matter to me either way.
Posted by chrishaley at 12:39 AM
Wednesday, March 19, 2003
Look, this is freaking hilarious ok?
You need to be visiting James Kolchalka's website everyday! He's a genius.
Know where else you need to be checking out everyday along these same lines? Toddbot.com! Todd and I have gotten to be quasi-friends (as far as over the internet goes), and that's a pretty cool to me because he's pretty darn cool... so check out his site. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Did anyone catch Chris Jericho on The Late Late Show tonight? Well, I did and it was quite entertaining. For those of you that didn't get to see it, here's some alternate Jericho goodness.
We never have cookies here. I just thought of that and it's bummin' me out. I should go buy some cookies tomorrow. I think that's what I'll do after work. Call me if you're interested in getting cookies Wednesday night around 7.
Posted by chrishaley at 3:16 AM
Tuesday, March 18, 2003
In addition to liking comics, I also like video games, and here's a fun one you can play from the good folks at Homestar Runner.com! TROGDOR!!
I can't decide if this is cool or not...
If you're in the mood for another game after Trogdor!, then you can check out this link that Sam sent me that was my first introduction to the wonder that is Andrew WK way back when.
Man I just started feeling kinda sick all of a sudden..blah. Anyway, would you guys be interested in me doing a daily sketch type thing, where I have a new sketch or some kind of drawing by me up here everyday? I'd appreciate any and all feedback, because it seems like it might be a neat thing to do, but if no one would be interested in seeing it then there's not much need to do it. Just curious.
Posted by chrishaley at 10:53 PM
Monday, March 17, 2003
As most of you well know, I like comics, but you know what I like even more than comics? Free comics. This comic called Invincible is quite good in my opinion, and perhaps you can read it and then feel the same way. Give it a try, won't you.
Be sure to catch Y2J himself, Chris Jericho, on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn Tuesday night!
In my continuing quest to make sure everyone that checks out the new pictures is thanked, I'd like to thank (in chronological order) Katie, Dani, Van, Jim, and Jorden.
All of them (as well as all of you that I've already mentioned) are good people for whom I hope good things happen.
Posted by chrishaley at 5:32 PM
Whoop-tee-doo Tarantula Town, it's St. Patrick's Day.
In other happy news, it looks like it's two minutes to midnight on the whole World War 3 thing. I can't say that I'm all that excited about this though.. I mean I'm all for killing people that want to kill me, but the idea of killing them, and then their "super-end-of-the-world bombs" making me and those I care for ultra-dead leaves me feeling less than excited.
Posted by chrishaley at 10:10 AM
Do you ever see something that you think is a good idea and realize that you could have thought of it first? So why didn't you?
Posted by chrishaley at 3:09 AM
Sunday, March 16, 2003
One of my favorite bands, and hopefully one of yours, Fountains of Wayne have a new CD called "Welcome Interstate Managers" coming out June 3. I suggest you all mark that date on your calendars and circle it.. maybe even put a star.
As you all no doubt know, I'm pretty brand loyal to Nintendo, and as such, when I hear about favorable news I'm inclined to feel good about it... and if something makes me feel good that means you will probably be forced to hear about it.
This is too horrific for words... Edward, you should especially check this out.
Posted by chrishaley at 10:59 PM