Thursday, August 30, 2007

Let me Have it!!!!

OK I think I've figured it out. This is how I'm going to conduct my interviews.

I want two pictures telling me why I should interview you! Yes you read right, PICTURES!

Show me, YOU through your photo's. I will pick the THREE most interesting submissions sent to me (of course that may be all i get) and i will interview them. I will ask you a question and you will submit a photo of the question I ask.

For Example:

What is your favorite activity? Show me your favorite colors? What do you like best about yourself?

You get the idea.

If you want to be interviewed by me please send ME TWO shoots telling me why you want to be interviewed. My email

Feel free to ask any question you might have, I know this may sound strange to a few of you, but just ask and I will try and explain.

I look forward to your submissions.


Monday, August 20, 2007

Coming Soon!!!

As most of you know I have recently been featured by the world famous Cjane. As part of the pay it forward interview she did with me she has asked that all interviewees do the same on their blog. Now I'm not going to pretend that I could even do a decent interview such as her but I will give it a try in a different format.

I'm still working out the logistics of it but my three interviews will be focused on the artsy side of people.

In so many of the blogs that I read I come across all kinds of people who Fancy themselves as photographers. Well now you will have the chance to showcase your stuff along with my interview.

In the next couple of days I will figure out exactly how and what I'm going to ask from you, to try and pick the three people to interview.

So keep checking my blog and be thinking about what photos you might submit for your chance at Blogger fame!!!!

Friday, August 17, 2007

Springer here I come!!!

Definition of a nervous wreck:

A man who has a house and a truck payment, a wife and a girlfriend……

And they are all a month late!!!!!

Thursday, August 16, 2007


Can i tell you how much i love my sister. She makes me laugh every time i talk to her. I just got off the phone with her, i had to tell her about a pending interview i just did with one of her favorite bloggers. Needless to say she is just a little bit jealous about this. I wanted to wait and surprise her but i can't hold anything back. So heres to you little sister. Keep the laughs coming and eat your heart out when you read my interview.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

My Kids

I love her eyes

Big bad David is 5

The Ipod Generation!

My future Model

Stupid people!!

I find the parallel interesting in this article and I agree that these are challenges that this great country faces, but it was one of the comments made by the readers that gave me a good laugh. I love stupid people!!!

The Financial Times report on a recent speech by David Walker, head of the Government Accountability Office, is getting a lot of attention in the blogosphere because of the parallels he drew between the United States today and the fall of the Roman Empire more than 1,500 years ago.
Here's the entire speech, which touches on a range of financial problems that the comptroller general, a non-partisan official, has been emphasizing for the last two years. An excerpt:
America is a great nation, probably the greatest in history. But if we want to keep America great, we have to recognize reality and make needed changes. As I mentioned earlier, there are striking similarities between America’s current situation and that of another great power from the past: Rome.The Roman Empire lasted 1,000 years, but only about half that time as a republic. The Roman Republic fell for many reasons, but three reasons are worth remembering: declining moral values and political civility at home, an overconfident and overextended military in foreign lands, and fiscal irresponsibility by the central government. Sound familiar? In my view, it’s time to learn from history and take steps to ensure the American Republic is the first to stand the test of time.Please don’t misunderstand my message today. Things are far from hopeless. Yes, it’s going to take some difficult choices on a range of issues. But I’m convinced America will rise to the challenge, just as we did during World War II and other difficult times.What’s needed now is leadership. The kind of leadership that leads to meaningful and lasting change has to be bipartisan and broad-based. Character also counts. We need men and women with courage, integrity, and creativity. Leaders who can partner for progress and are committed to truly and properly discharging their stewardship responsibilities.But leadership can’t just come from Capitol Hill or the White House. Leadership also needs to come from Main Street.It’s time for the three most powerful words in our Constitution—“We the people”—to come alive. As I said earlier, the American people are going to have to become better informed and involved as we head toward the 2008 elections. And the next President, whoever he or she may be, and whichever party he or she represents, should be prepared to use the bully pulpit of the Oval Office to push needed reforms. If these things happen, we have a real chance to turn things around and better position ourselves for the future.

wilmerb wrote: 35m ago
Rome fell because of lead poisoning. Their wine, food, and almost all cooking utensils had unbelieveable amounts of lead in them.. I am sure it was in more than that. Go to WebMD and see what high levels of lead poisoning can do to a person much less thousands of people. Society fell apart because of it. Comparing Rome and the USA is just plain stupid. It is Apple and Oranges being compared.I do agree that America needs to not overextend the military and reform some spending policies along with social ones. However, Rome is not the model to compare to.

Friday, August 10, 2007

My Brother

Jimmy came over last night to borrow one of my cameras for vacation. He called about a half hour before to let me know of his pending arrival. As soon as I hung up the phone with him i started to think of all the things i could show him when he made it to my house. It was like my best friend was coming over to play and hang out with me. My question is this? When did my brother and myself become such good friends? If you knew the two of us during our high school years you would be amazed that one of us is not dead today. I could hardly wait to leave the house for my mission because i knew i wouldn't have to see him for two years, and then on top of that when I got home he would leave shortly there after for his mission. Some where over the years we have grown close and i love it. There are still time that he drive me through the roof, but more often than not we really get along and for that I'm grateful. Anyway he came over and I had to show him everything, from my Hotwheels to a show i bought on Itunes to a song I recorded on the TV to the new kitchen table I'm building for my wife. I love my brother and I'm so glad we learned how become friends. Can't wait until the next time he comes over to my house, maybe he will have enough time to play a couple of rounds with me on my computer.