When it rains, it pours.
While NPR isn’t a daily struggle of mine–or issue whatsoever–the sentiment between the radio network and Zach Galifianakis certainly rings true. We feel comfortable for a moment. Things seem to be going well, perhaps even on the verge of something great. And then the boom is lowered.
How should we react?
Not wearing (and keeping off) a t-shirt related to that thing is a good start.
Kelsey Grammer is the quintessential sitcom actor. But the crazy thing is that Kelsey Grammer was not that far off from not being a beloved TV star, as revealed in a recent chat with Conan O’Brien.
Speaking as a Kelsey Grammer fan, I’m not quite sure if the role of the smuggling badass named Han Solo would have been right for the actor best known as Frasier Crane. On the other hand, Mr. Grammer is a brilliant actor with a wide-range of talent (ie – Boss on Starz several years back).
I’ll need a few more (par)secs to decide.
In this crazy journey called life, we discover things about ourselves. We learn about love, we learn about heartache, we learn about success and defeat, and we learn about people. And really, is there a better person to learn about the greatest gift in life than Larry David?
What’s that old adage? Oh yes, truth in comedy.
Have a Better Week Than Last Week.
Netflix is everywhere. We can watch Netflix virtually anywhere on almost device or screen. And one of the ways Netflix is taking over the world is by documenting seemingly everything around us and within us, that happens in the past, present, and future.
Just watch…and then watch more.
A brand new Netflix documentary premiering next week:
‘Bayern Munich Binge Away on Goals for Kiev.’
There’s still hope.