Tuesday, May 29, 2007

New movies, coming soon

In a matter of weeks, I'll have a new movie viewer up and running over at www.peteyfresh.com. Check back soon to see that.
In the meantime, take a peek at the cult classic that started it all, Coco the Junkie Pimp. (Soon to be something, I hope.)

Warning: Viewer discretion advised.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Ever been to Detroit?

If so, I'm sorry for you.
If not, don't go.

Thank you, the end.

P.S. The good timey bars are cool as is the Henry Ford Museum and the GM Center. The rest is depressing.

Jamie Kennedy?

Can someone explain to me who Jamie Kennedy is related to so that he gets to keep making movies?
His newest one, "Kicking it Old Skool," looks like another pathetic money grab. Is he funny enough that some studio exec would really say "well, I liked 'Malibu's Most Wanted,' let's see if he can replicate that for us."
Make it stop already. Or at least hire me to do that crap.
I'm not bitter, I'm just drawn that way.

Wait, you mean blogs need to be updated daily to be good?

Oh. No one told me this.
Here's my pledge to you: I'm going to update this thing with more than one post a month.
If not, you will totally get your money back.
Okay? Now onward.

Friday, February 23, 2007

Becca Love is watching...

This is Becca Love. She is one hot mama and one of my favorite people. See more pictures at my website, www.peteyfresh.com.

Homer Simpson said it best...

At the end of the St. Patrick's Day show, you know, the one that started prohibition in Springfield, the beer taps are finally flowing again. As only he can, thanks to the show's brilliant writers, Homer stands on the barrels and yells "To alcohol, the cause of - and solution to - all of life's problems." Truer words were never spoken.

I am now an official blogger type guy...

Look at this, I now have my very own blog to babble senselessly to all of you. Hopefully you'll enjoy these stories and stuff as much as I did writing them down. Expect game and technology reviews, my offbeat photography and films and (mostly) true tales from around L.A.