Dr. Bruce and Stephe are en route to Austin Comic Con, where the streets will soon run with Geeky effluent of all manner. It's cool though. I'm saving myself for full immersion at the big one (San Diego) and the good doctor left a little prezzie behind, a visual representation of one of the Austin event's … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 11/12/10
Wino Forever!My birthday was last week. One of my gifts was Chuck Klosterman's "Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs." We enjoy Mr. Klosterman's work here at GonzoGeek. We've made no bones about it. He's a kindred spirit. What makes Mr. Klosterman's work so interesting is his ability to weave the most mundance threads from the pop … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 9/17/10
I don't know about you dear reader, but this week has been like a double album. There were some really good tracks, a lot of filler and some stuff I don't ever want to hear again. Did that make any sense? No? Figures. That's just the kind of week I've had. Let's just move on … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 4/9/10
I KNOW! I'll admit I was skeptical when CBS announced Craig Ferguson as the new host of The Late Late Show a few years ago. Mr. Wick? From The Drew Carey Show? The fey Scotish guy? Really? Okay. It didn't help that our local CBS affiliate pushed the show back half an hour to air … Continue reading Late Night Madness with Craig Ferguson
For as long as I've known him Stephe has been very big on conspiracy theories. The internet was like the Holy Grail for him in that regard. He plugged into all kinds of conspiracy theory websites and groups. He gets emails with theories so convoluted they make my head spin. So, it came as no … Continue reading Did Michael Jackson fake his own death?
I just noticed that I posted consecutive posts about Andy Kaufman and Elvis Presley last week. Well, I can't let that convergence slip by without including video of Andy doing his famous Elvis impression. Bonus? This one includes the man in black, Johnny Cash.
Back in the late 70s/early 80s, Andy Kaufman unleashed his uniquely skewed comedy/performance art on the world. People's opinions of Kaufman differ wildly and rightfully so. His idea of funny was not for everyone. Most people remember his as Latka on "Taxi." So only know him as the guy Jim Carrey played in that … Continue reading Classic Superstars Series 22 – Andy Kaufman