Monthly Archives: February 2011

Actor’s Studio: Adidas

Back when I was moonlighting as a thespian (I use that term loosely), some days were spent tooling (I do not use that term loosely) around Hollywood for auditions. Castings for commercial work are a funny thing; they may or … Continue reading

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Cash Cab

Last year, The Capts climbed inside the Cash Cab; this episode never aired. I’m not sure what the legal ramifications are for recounting the experience publicly, but since I just received a 1099 in the mail for our winnings, I … Continue reading

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Erik Funke

In the late 90s, I paid a visit to my uncle, Erik Funke, a resident of SE Portland. For those familiar with the area, that’s where the laidback hippie-types setup shop. I certainly enjoyed the trip, visiting the recently completed … Continue reading

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Actor’s Studio: Starburst

Some people know that I used to act in my spare time, if you want to call it acting; essentially, I would just play myself and let the cameras roll. I always enjoyed the work, but the hectic DJ schedule … Continue reading

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Heart On

Back to Miami next week, where hearts are broken. You know, Valentine’s Day stuff.

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Belmont Stakes

If you could find a cab to take you for a decent price, there was a flurry of activity happening over at the Belmont Hotel in Dallas during Superbowl weekend. Or you could tell the “striking” cab drivers to GFY … Continue reading

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Houston, We Have A Problem

The Capts will sneak out of Dallas on Sunday morning, before all the peasantry and plebeians, to reunite with the eccentric Chip Jordan in Houston, location of the infamous “fake birthday party” of February 2008. Join us at 5th Amendment … Continue reading

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Goodhead

A few years back, the quaint art gallery at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences displayed some of the work of Ken Adam; it was one of the rare moments that I was actually inspired to own a … Continue reading

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Best Things In Life Are Free

The good folks at World Red Eye put together an engrossing stop-motion filme from last Saturday in Miami at Louis — involving myself, Travie McCoy, Spundy, and those in the near vicinity. Travie Mccoy Stop Motion at Louis from Seth … Continue reading

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