Why I should have my own show pt 1

November 28, 2010 at 1:52 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

I know, I know everyone wants their own show. They think it’ll make them famous, but you probably already have to be famous to get your own show for the most part. I don’t want a show in order to be famous. Hell I don’t care if I’m actually in it.  I just believe that the things that happen to me are so weird and funny that my life should be a show. A reality show would be the last thing that would give it justice really, but my life could easily be a sitcom or a cartoon. A comic would work too.  Really it would be like one of those Nickelodeon or Disney shows like icarly, Even Stevens or something.

I said a few posts ago that my life’s  like the Apprentice, which it is, but when you combine that with The Fame hilarity ensues and that hilarity is y life. If you’ve been reading my posts you know I’m obsessed with Lady Gaga so when I say the Fame I say it with what her definition. Everyone can have the Fame whether you’re actually  famous or not.

So what happened this past week?

1. I was kidnapped

2. I had to basically run from people…I think people think I’m famous or something.  It keeps leading to really awkward situations which I’ll get to another time…I feel like I need a body-guard quite often…

3. A lady tried buying Dane Cook tix from me that I don’t have.  Not to mention Dane Cook was in Richmond several weeks ago…and I don’t even like Dane Cook.

4. Saw a Segway Tour. They always make me laugh.  It’s a shame the Segway creator drove off a cliff on a Segway…

5. I went back to the Martin Agency so I thought I was on Mad Men. I wasn’t doing any advertising while I was there though…but I did see the Geico Gecko.


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The Home of the Cavemen

November 13, 2010 at 12:08 am (Uncategorized) (, , , , , )

I went to the home of the Caveman today, the Martin Agency. Yeah they made those cavemen commericals, you know the ones. Just walking in was awesome.  The mere appearance of the agency is awesome.  I’ve seen the Martin Agency’s work and know awesomeness comes from there, but for the building itself to be awesome, I hadn’t expected that.  I think in general ad agencies are designed better than the average work space. Square white rooms don’t exactly inspire great thoughts of creativity.  I hate square white rooms. If I had ever been to jail I’m sure that’s exactly what they would remind me of. Basically if the space ain’t cool, I don’t want to work there.

The agency even has a spiral staircase. I love those. One day I plan to get one put into my house.  Of course I would need a house for that, but I have time. Although if I worked somewhere with a spiral staircase maybe I wouldn’t need to put one in my house. But what can I say? I’m obsessed.

And of course I ran into the Gecko there.

Do I want to work for the Martin Agency? I have time to decide, but it does seem really awesome there.


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