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Like David Crowder Band or not, their “Rockumentary” episodes are hilarious.

Here’s the first one:

There are two more. And they are all quite funny.

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I don’t think this is real, but it makes me laugh anyway.

Just imagine that it is real… because, man, that’d be funny.

He totally tried to stick the remote up his butt.

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1: All right, listen, um, I gotta go, um, is there anything else you want when I come back?
2: How about a Big Mac, large fries and a Coke? They’re still around, I hope.
1: Well, now, that all depends. Do you want New Coke, Classic Coke, Cherry Coke, Diet Coke or caffeine-free Coke?
2: Huh?
1: Nothing, Forget it.


Yes Man

I actually really liked this movie. There were quite a few laugh-out-loud moments. My favorite moment in the whole movie was the Luis Guzman scene. Don’t want to give anything away if you haven’t seen it. So funny, though. I also really liked Rhys Darby (Murray from Flight of the Conchords). He pretty much played his Murray character, but it was perfect for the role.
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Knowing

We can definitely say this movie was entertaining. There were a lot of cheesy parts, and a lot of weird parts. And in the end, I’m not real sure what the point of the whole thing was, but I was definitely intrigued throughout. Not something I’ll ever revisit, but worth a rental or a dollar theater viewing.
C

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Totally ordered this shirt yesterday:

It’s especially funny to me because we make comments all the time at church band practice about turning up the awesome knob a bit.

It’s from a site called shirt.woot.com, and they have a different shirt for sale everyday. And they are 10 bucks. And shipping is free. So, yeah… awesome.

Today’s shirt is funny, too:

Just thought I’d share. Not sure how often the shirts are actually good.

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We have been married 3 years today.

We’re got some plans for tonight and this weekend to celebrate.

These past three years seem to have flown by.

I love my wife and can’t wait to spend the next three years with her.

And then some.

And then some more.

That’s about as mooshie as I’m going to get on a blog.

Happy anniversary, Sheena!

I love you!

casey

I love when people make these literal videos. They are funny.

And this might be one of the weirdest videos of all time.

Staring at the swim team gets you killed by a gang
of dancing ninja men who know how to twirl.

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Yeah, I called her up. She gave me a bunch of crap about me not listening to her, or something. I don’t know, I wasn’t really paying attention.


Up

This movie was straight UP awesome. Hehe. It was sad, funny, exciting, adventurous. Just good, ‘ole fashioned fun. I liked Wall-e, but, in my opinion, this was a far superior film. We saw it in 3D, which was really cool. Not necessary to enjoy the film, but fun non-the-less. It was also a very mature film. Especially the first 10 or 15 minutes of the movie. As were were sitting there, watching, I couldn’t help but wonder what all the kids in the audience were thinking. I also wondered if all the parents in the audience were dreading the questions they’d be getting after the movie. There was only one part of the movie that I could’ve done without. I won’t give it away, but lets just say that there is a part where an unrealistic cartoon movie gets a bit too unrealistic. It’s still a fun moment in the film, but kind of took me out of the “this movie actually COULD happen (as ridiculous as it is)” mentality. All-in-all I was really impressed with the movie. It will no doubt be on my Top Ten for 2009 list. Everyone should check it out.
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Partly Cloudy

This was a short that played before Up. It was really clever and fun. And in 3D. It added to the all-around great movie going experience.
A, too.

It was also really cool that the majority of the previews before the movie were in 3D.

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