What better gift than Patrick Duffy’s head attacking a young child.
Like many, you are probably keeping your eye out for that perfect gift for your friends. Many store have the “ideal” gift section, where it’s full of prefabricated, “quirky” gifts such as minature fusball tables, and a tape measure with a level on it, or even the mug that belchs when you tip it. But let me remind you… those gifts are crap. The gift that is the most awesome is usually spontaneous, incredibly unique, or one that comes from the heart. So the next time you are shopping for a gift, make sure that it’s not a sweater vest with a lamb on the back… make it that cool digital axe that tells the temperture and cuts down a tree, or a fabulous hat that you found at a thrift store. Don’t let commercialism get you…
It took more time than I thought it would. But after a lot of time of menu editing, syncing audio to video, correcting volume levels, encoding video, and and burning DVDs, it’s finally done. The Wyoming Jarbo: Volume One DVD is out. To anyone who wants a copy, let me know in person or through e-mail. The initial cost of the DVD is free, however, donations are accepted and keep in mind that DVDs cost about a dollar each, plus my mental anguish of completing this project was about 35 dollars. I didn’t leave Oxford until 11:30 PM on Wednesday because I had to burn a few.
RESERVE YOUR COPY TODAY
This Thanksgiving, grab your copy of my very first DVD. It’s got tons of features, animated menus, bonus stuff, and it even does your dishes*…
*Does not do your dishes.
Pumpkin Klean may or may not do your dishes.
My offices recieved a very special letter today for a special little boy. You’re in our hearts Graham.
Dear Mr. Cherup and the creators of the Chopper Dave series:
My name is Pamela George, and I am a widowed mother. My eight-year-old son, Graham David George, is named for his father, who died in a helicopter crash reporting on the news in Iraq. Graham Jr. has only recently begun to deal with the tragic loss of his father, and your series has been most instrumental in his progress. Graham Jr. now accepts that his father is “battling time”, and believes that his soul is still out there, fighting for the good in the world. Chopper Dave is a hero, in mine AND in my young son’s eyes. Graham Jr. wanted to draw some fan art like you have displayed on your website, but he was born without a right arm and has a palsy in the left. Perhaps you could do a segment about how Chopper Dave triumphs over a physical handicap. Just a suggestion.
Thank you for giving a young, American child something to believe in.