Thursday, May 04, 2006

Best Rise and Shout

You know what almost snuck up on me totally unnoticed? Steady Mobbin' Visitor #30,000.
Anyway, if you were at BYU today checking out briggie.blogspot at 9:07 am (Utah time), then you're a winner. Of some sort.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I have an Art Law final to take care of.

3 comments:

Cache said...

wasn't me birthday boy. happy happy birthday brigham dear dah da da da to you all year

Blast From The Past said...

Awww crud!!!, I so wish that was me. How cool would it have been if you could walk around saying 'Geez, who would've ever thought that all these years later Blast and I would be chatting over the fact he/she was the 30Kth visitor to my blog'. As a matter of fact, I'm fairly certain the word blog wasn't even invented the last time our paths crossed.

Anyway, you know how that old saying goes 'the early bird catches the worm'? Apparently that's a bunch of hogwash cuz I was up and at 'em getting my daily dose of mobbin' being visitor #29,999, then this slacker out in Utah rolls out of bed logs on and steals all my thunder. It just ain't right my friend, it just ain't right.

On a side note why did you think any of us cared that you had some "Art Law final" and that that was a valid excuse for depriving us of a complete posting on Thursday? Don't you know we rely on such things to help us plow through the daily monotony of our pitiful existence?

Hmmm, not sure if the Brig I knew would have accepted such slacking from himself. Maybe you've changed (which would probably be a good thing considering how long it's been). To further back up this claim, you brag about holding your breath for 4 minutes, 8 seconds and you didn't even pass out. Sound to me like you could have done better. Just think, your filmmaker friend could turn out to be the next Malle or, better yet, Warhol and your self-oxygen deprivation film could end up in the library of congress as the first example of the post-post-neo-avant realism movement in cinema, and you didn't give it your all. Hmpf, ...now that I think about it that would truly solidify its place in the whole 'realism' aspect of the genre. OK, disregard everthing I just said about your film, I look forward to seeing it at a theater near me.

Keep trying harder and enjoy spring in the city. It is the best season for NYC ya know, right there with summer, autumn and winter.

Keep keepin' on.

Brig said...

Oh, I get it. There's going to be this ongoing mystery where I wonder who Blast from the Past is.