Tuesday, December 26, 2006

What Sticks In My Mind=?

As Luther Therapy states: "Why did I build such an odd box? I am trying to figure that out."

I'm still trying to figure out many things-my sense of humor is one of them.

There are certain things I see once and they never leave the chaotic, dusty crawlspace that is my memory. Ask me where I put my keys less than five minutes ago, and I can't tell you. My wife told me that a Christmas gift (for us both) was in plain view in the dining room for months, but I am "so unobservant" that I never saw it. How true and how sad. But that's life as me. It ain't pretty, but imagine walking in my shoes every day. It would freak you right out.

When I saw Will Ferrell as Neil Diamond, it burned permanently in my brain. Will Ferrell is a really funny, funny guy and I'm a huge fan. He could play anybody in any sketch-even with bad writing-and still make it work.

I have had my eye on the two DVD set of Will on SNL, but I'm glad I read this on YouTube: "Unfortunately this great skit isn't included on either of the Saturday Night Live Will Ferrell Greatest hits Will Ferrell Vol 1 & 2. This is because Neil Diamond turned furious at Saturday Night Live and Will Ferrell for this impersonation. On those DVDs, however, you will get some excellent impersonations by Ferrell including Robert Goulet."

The Goulet stuff is equally sinful! Found this little bit searching fot the SNl stuff: This video has been removed at the request of copyright owner NBC Universal because its content was used without permission.

More stoof:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCjZzWamztQ



skyman said...

You are SO wrong about Neil Diamond and Will Ferrell. Neil thought Will was hilarious and even appeared at the end of the final episode WITH Farrell. Saturday Night signed off with Will and Neil having their arms around each others shoulders. Sorry to burst your bubble, but you ought to know what you're talking about before you post or you'll continue looking stupid.

eclectic guy said...

If you look closely, you'll see that I quoted someone. That's a quote from YouTube, my friend-true or not.

Personally, I'm glad that Diamond found it funny. It seemed a bit of an overeaction.

So, my answer to you is: read my posts carefully before you begin your name calling.