Monday, March 28, 2011
Dennis is on vacation. I think he said something about a ski trip. We're not sure when he's coming back, although I imagine it's sometime soon. Hope you're having a good trip Big D.
I often find myself feeling guilty at the way we portray poor ol' Dennis. Or I should say more-so how he's talked about "in strip" but he's a stellar man and a good roommate. It can't be easy being a roommate with us either. It's like always being in the same place where a secret club meets but you're not a part of it. Mostly because it's a bad club filled with ridiculous questions and arguments over whether or not one of it's members is psychic. It's a safe guess that anyone in his position looking at us would want nothing to do with such madness but he somehow puts up with it.
Posted by Get Job at 7:37 AM
Monday, March 21, 2011
This musical was already around 25 million in debt early 2009, costs around a million dollars a week to run and has been delayed six times. There is a serious dedication to making sure a musical tail of Spider-Man is told. We certainly don't understand why but I think we've proven several times already that there are a lot of things we don't understand.
You'll notice we went with the four panel comic instead of our classic three. Breaking boundaries here on Get Job. We're not even afraid to class it up a little.
Posted by Get Job at 7:22 AM
Monday, March 14, 2011
Something DJ experienced during his quick trip to Seattle. He probably gets cat called all the time. Going through airports, walking down the street, that sort of thing.
Recently we've undergone testing DJ's psychic prowess. After an extended conversation about whether or not he is developing psychic powers we settled on putting it to the test. Being the scientists that we are, we have set up a system where i pick a series of numbers between 1 and 5 and he proceeds to use his "psychic abilities" to guess them. The results aren't leaning in his favor yet but there's plenty of testing to be done. We'll post results soon.
Posted by Get Job at 7:43 AM
Monday, March 7, 2011
We probably don't exploit the ability to draw boobs enough. I can't actually think of a time we have drawn boobs... Bummer. Clearly, we are wasting our talents.
In case you were curious, we didn't end up seeing "Never Say Never." We saw "Cedar Rapids" instead and I feel good about the decision. If you haven't had the chance to see it, check it out. It was a great comedy about an insurance salesman in the mid west. The setting was spot on and definitely reminded me of home. I was worried that was the reason I liked it so much but thankfully DJ was also a big fan. A good flick for sure.
Workin' for that weekend,
Posted by Get Job at 7:35 AM