Friday, February 27, 2009

Depressing Television

Thankfully, I didn't watch much television in my teen years. I don't remember much on that I liked. SNL started when I was in college. Wait, that can't be right. That would make me a lot older than I am. Never mind.



Last day to vote for her name. Whatever gets the most votes wins -- I'll live with your decision.

5 comments:

patrick said...

Julie, Julie, Julie....

By the way, I am always surprised by some of the lines in these videos: needlenose pliers?!

Dave Stratton said...

Thanks -- I try to keep things interesting.

BTW - a vote for her name in a comment doesn't count. You have to use the little interactive poll on the right side. Sorry.

Black said...

Your work is outstanding. But I'm curious what the people you work with, think about it. Your work has an edge to it and most average people don't like edgy things.

Dave Stratton said...

I work in a creative industry where there is a higher than average tolerance for "edgy" things. Also, they know that for corporate client work we all have to play it safe, so the urge to do something more risky on the side is understood and appreciated. (I hope!)

munchy365 said...

This is hilarious. You should have a TV show, so I can grow up to be depressed. Just kidding. But not about the TV show part.