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Up in the Air Deciding; Down on the Floor Laughing




Another busy week. I was all up in the air today almost about everything. I was so undecisive of what I was going to do on this Saturday. I asked myself, "Am I going to go join friends to see Star Wars: The Phantom Menace 3D and then write a review of it or am I going to go to a video gaming tournament instead so I can write a review on that? And if I decide to see Star Wars, at what theatre and what time will I go see it?" In asking these questions I factored in the financial situation. Well it all lead to backing out on both those plans (though I'll still consider Phantom Menace 3D for another time) but maybe for all unforeseen reasons as opposed to just financial ones: I discovered while searching for a story for my Social Networking column at Examiner.com the most hilarious, eccentric geeky show that I've ever seen. It's a web series called "Smosh". Not even "Big Bang Theory" could make me laugh anywhere near as this series can. I strongly advise you to check it out. Though it does get a little obscene or maybe much depending on who you are. But I laughed to almost losing my stomach. You can read about it in my review of it first if you want. (In which I hope you want to!)

Until next week. . .

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