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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.

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When Dancing With Wolves Isn’t Dancing With Wolves

Communication is not held at the same level of prestige as other areas of occupation. I say this as someone who majored in communications, specifically journalism. It’s a very frustrating perception but a perception nonetheless. However, those who can communicate effectively have the golden opportunity to change a stranger’s life forever.

In a comedic way or an equally memorable and impactful non-comedic way.

And now we know:

If you turn around when you hear your name called, you can turn around someone’s life–and yours.

P.S. Always keep a Sharpie pen on you at all times. 

Will ‘The Office’ Finally Open Its Eyes to a Reunion?

What kind of bear is best?

If you’re thinking the answer is a polar bear, then you’d be wrong–or false. The answer is a black bear.

What kind of reunion could be the best?

Truth:

We all want need to see an ‘Office’ reunion show, in whatever form its brilliant writers determine is, well, best.

Like I said. We need more of ‘The Office.’

New Flight Mission: Possible

Yes, yes and YES.

A to-be-named ‘Top Gun’ sequel is officially happening. And, more importantly, this sequel is currently filming with stars of the original classic movie in Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer.

Just let that sink in for a moment because, for many of us, that 1986 action thrill-ride set in motion our perspective of Naval fighter pilots.

It’s just awesome that a sequel has been set in motion…

into the ‘danger zone.’