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When Life Is Framed Correctly

Life is funny.

This is especially true when a comedian is involved.

However, there are the occasional wild moments in life that are completely unexpected that can forever change a particular experience of ours or the trajectory of a seemingly planned-out path. It can happen when we’re least expecting it. And that “it” can be practically anything.

Like an audition for the ages.

I’m guessing that camera assistant pulled off some pretty cool angles and zooms.

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Happy Monday!

Michael Caine is 85-years-old yet he’s still kickin’ you-know-what and taking names with his stellar acting performances and laugh-out-loud stories from yesteryear.

Here’s one of those aforementioned stories–along with an impression–from yesteryear from yesterparagraph.

The question is when do we get to see Michael Caine hit the silver screen next?

Christopher Nolan: We’re waiting…

Have a Better Week Than Last Week. 

Reenter Sandman

“Old school SNL” means something different to everybody. It depends on how old we are. And yet it also doesn’t matter to some extent.

Funny is funny.

There was a particular era of SNL cast members where this sentiment rings true. Chris Farley, David Spade, and Chris Rock–to name a few–created timeless, classic sketches, as well as a brand of comedy that was and is hilarious to the masses. And a bunch of this generation of SNL alums is still going strong with their brand of comedy in TV, movies and, thankfully, stand-up.

Oh, almost forgot to mention “the Sandman” himself:

Adam Sandler.

Actually, I didn’t forget. This blog post is about the aforementioned SNL generation that was very much defined by Adam Sandler. His triumphant return to the stage of stand-up comedy via Netflix will hopefully inspire a new generation of aspiring comedians to learn from a golden generation.

That would be fresh.

Quiet Vibrations in a Wahlberg Chevy

Mark Wahlberg recently bought a Chevy car dealership in Columbus, OH. He is currently scouting locations for a new Wahlburgers around Columbus. He’s also expressed genuine interest in possibly buying and/or participating in the purchase of the Columbus Crew soccer club.

That’s what you call good news on all fronts.

While updates concerning the Crew and a new Wahlburgers location in Ohio’s capital city are in the TBD phase, Mr. Wahlberg recently gave people an impressive first impression of how well-equipped Marky Mark will be at selling cars.

Can’t wait for that first Mark Wahlberg Chevy TV commercial. It should be an action-packed blockbuster of a local TV spot.

Welcome to Columbus, Mark Wahlberg.