Celebrity – NBA Player – Donny Marshall

On Wednesday – Nov. 9th I attended the CT $hops 2005 at the new Connecticut Convention Center at Adriaen’s Landing. During my visit to the many vendors and their booths, one of the companies actually brought in a former UCONN Basketball Player and current NBA Player – Donny Marshall. Who currently plays for the New Jersey Nets at the forward position. I had the pleasure of getting my photo taken with him.

Rebecca Lobo was also there but for the afternoon as a guest speaker, though i wasn’t able to stay for the afternoon and see her.

CORRECTION: According to Armando – Donny Marshall is now working for Fox Sports Television as an analyst.

Donny Marshall

House Repair

On Sunday the In-Sink-Erator (Garbage Disposal) decided to die.
We orginally thought it was because Anne put her popcorn kernels down the sink. Though it turned out that the motor died on the erator. It was actually a good thing because the inside was rusted and water was in the motor. When we disconnected the wiring, the ground wire was disconnected.
Thanks to my dad for helping me change the erator.

(Side Note: Anne says that my blog writing is not fun; i guess i should take some funny writing classes from her and nate.)

Old:

Old Erator

New:

New Erator

Dave's Host 10/27/2005

I finally got a chance to post Dave’s Hosting from his last show.
Dave was the Super Host for the open mic night at the Manchester Main Street Pub.

I was able to split Dave’s jokes/introduction to comedians from the rest of the show and splice the bits together. This video is about 7 and 1/2 minutes long; about 26mb.

We were sitting in the back of the room, so the lighting was kinda of poor, but you can hear Dave very well.

Click here to view Dave’s Hosting
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For Entire Comedy Show (Approx. 260mb):
Click here for the full 1 hour & 15 minute comedy show

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Dave’s Friend – Greg, here is his act, which is a seperate video split from the entire show, it is about 15 minutes long and 50mb; enjoy.
Click here to view Greg’s act