Uncle Kev

Uncle Kev – (warning, a little rough language)

Here it is another week and another episode of Junkiosity – the Pod! Matty & Dan the Man are once again sharing with you their knowledge about absolutely nothing! Here are some helpful links from today’s conversation:

Dan is the creator of Stick Man Tim Comics, which can be found on Facebook. Be sure to “like” the page to get new comics 3 times a week as well as info on upcoming projects!

Matty is still trying to get Dan to dig on Spotify, a great service that gives you access to thousands of music tracks from just about every artist known to man! It’s free to set up an account, click this link to give Matty some referral love! And if you follow @Junkiosity on Twitter, we love you long time!

This entire episode is dedicated to Kevin Smith. He has been an inspiration to Matty, an encouragement to go out and create and not look back. Kevin has become a mogul in his own right, not only is he a talented director he is also an actor, writer, public speaker, & avid podcaster. Coming from humble beginnings, he has created an empire and a tribe that has exploded in recent years.

Matty recommends reading Kevin’s book, “Tough Sh*t: Life Advice from a Fat, Lazy Slob Who Did Good“. Amid the puerile humor is actually some good advice that anyone can apply to their lives.

Mr. Smith’s claim to fame started with a low-budget opus entitled, “Clerks” and has since snow-balled into a juggernaut of a multimedia empire.

Here are some of the classic videos discussed:

“Wild Thing” by Sam Kinison

“Here I Go Again” by White Snake

“The Bum-Bum Song (Lonely Swedish)” by Tom Green (the TRL breaker)

And don’t forget your homework for this week:

“The Fairytale of New York – A Documentary”


One response

  1. […] Talking about Christmas music, Matty says there are a few that gets him choked up. As of late it has been the comedian Rodney Carrington’s rendition of “Camouflage & Christmas Lights“, about our military men & women who cannot be home with their families at Christmas… Dan’s of course is “Fairy Tale of New York” by The Pogues, we shared links to a documentary on last week’s blogpost. […]

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