there was an online press conference broadcasting from Orlando,
Florida regarding CrazyKelvin's future career plans.
He was considering the offers from cities such as Toronto,
Vancouver, Sacramento, Miami and New York City. At the conclusion
of the meeting, cK has decided to take up the offer in New
York. So let it be known, that cK is going to NEW YORK
CITY!!!!! (CrazyKelvin.com headquarters will relocate
within 2 weeks)
some of you would like to know how I decided on that? WelI
I had to compare a lot of the pros and cons. I chose New York
because it was different. I have lots of family and friends
there, also there is a huge potential to advance in that city
and make a name for one's self. I will eventually go back
to Toronto, but why not try out NYC before I do that? It was
also 2 years ago this time when I was London, England
with the infamous, Helen. That was a life changing
trip. One year ago this time is when my parents moved from
Toronto to Orlando... another life altering event. Now this
time around, my life is making a change by going to NYC.
Cloud Turns To White
few weeks ago when n8 dogg
had that accident where our main
vehicle, "nWo 2" was totalled, there was
little speculation at when the next vehicle would replace
it. Well, I have recently gotten word that there is a new
vehicle coming to assume its predecessor's throne. As I last
heard, it is an "end of millenium" Pontiac Grand
Am Sports Edition. In a lot of ways, it is quite similar to
the first car, "nWo
1". Which was also a white, four doored car.
The latest addition to the nWo Toronto family boasts the most
power ever in a 3.4L V6 engine with leather tan seats. The
picture below is an artist's rendition of what it could possibly
this be the next nWo Toronto Promotional Vehicle?
Officially the autumn does not begin until September 23, but
the new television fall season actually is beginning right
about now. There are a whole bunch of new shows that I'm looking
forward to seeing. FOX has 2 shows already that I'm interested
in such as "FASTLANE" and "Cedric
'The Entertainer' Presents". I will review both those
shows after I have had a chance to watch them. On the ABC
network, there is this one show that I'm definitely eager
to see. Two words: John Ritter.
Ritter is one of my fav actors whose claim to fame comes from
the television show, "Three's Company" or
movies such as "Problem Child". Also back
on television is Katey Segal. She's known for her role
as Peggy Bundy on "Married...With Children".
They are both coming together for a new show on the ABC Network
called, "8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenaged Daughter".
Honestly, I have no idea what its about, nor do I really care..
I'm just watching because of the main stars. I know John wouldn't
work on a show with a lousy script, right? RIGHT?!
Another new show this fall is on the WB Network, called "DO-OVER".
From the commercials I see of it, it actually looks quite
interesting. Here's the description from their website:
"Thirty-four-year-old Joel Larsen
(newcomer Penn Badgley) is an unmarried, dissatisfied salesman
when a freak accident jettisons him 20 years into the past
to his freshman year of high school. Now, back in 1980 with
his 34-year-old mind trapped in his 14-year-old body, Joel
has the unique opportunity to make things turn out differently,
both for him and his embarrassingly dysfunctional family."
You can imagine the guy who actually wrote the script for
this show... hmm... he must be trying to live vicariously
on the WB Network, is one of my favourite shows - SMALLVILLE.
If you haven't had a chance to see this gem in television,
I strongly advise you check it out. Set the VCR if you have
to. I stumbled across this show during the summer when chilling
with my friend, Helen. We were both so captivated watching
this, I have since become addicted. What the show is about
is basically Superman when he was growing up in the little
town of Smallville. The cast, the storylines, and music are
so well composed. Even if you don't like comic book heroes
and the sort, you might enjoy this aspect of watching one
grow up. I can't wait for the season premiere next week.
Comedy Central (US only) There is this show imported from
the United Kingdom called: "Trigger Happy TV"
which airs on Thursdays at 10:30pm. Its a show of some candid-camera
sketch comedy that is really off the wall. It's British humour,
but its really in-your-face kinda stuff. I had seen some sketches
that were making me laugh REALLY hard. If you want to see
what I'm talking about, you can view some clips here on the
It was only a few days ago I had the priviledge to view one
of my favourite movies from when I was young - John Carpenter's
"BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA". The movie
was made in 1986 starring Kurt Russell. I remember back then
when I first saw it, I was entertained from beginning to end.
When I saw it recently, I was watching it more for reminiscing
purposes only. The movie was very cheap, but then again, it
was the 80's. So this looked like a big budget movie for the
time. I'm not really going to recommend you to go and see,
but you are free to. Its just one of those movies that you
can rent on a Friday night. If you do decide to run out to
Blockbuster and rent it this weekend, remember - it was shot
in 1986 and stars Kurt Russell!!!
Trouble In Little China (1986)
one of the coolest sites on this movie, check
it out. They have a whole other bunch of fan sites dedicated
to more movies. To see the entire list, go to: http://www.bigdummys.com
Vin Diesel's FIFTEEN MINUTES OF FAME up
I'm probably one of the few people on this planet who has
already grown tired of him. What about you? Are you still
a Vin Diesel Fan? (there's nothing wrong with being one)
Make your Vote on the cK Web Poll.
about people I do like - and not ashamed to
admit it - is Joey Fatone of *N'SYNC. Forget the boy
band... Joey Fatone is making his waves elsewhere in the Broadway
musical, RENT, and also in the sleeper movie hit of the year,
"MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING". To make the record
clear, I don't like boy bands. Even girl bands I'm not into
(ex. Spice Girls).
But there are usually some members that just seperate themselves
and show how much more cooler they are than the losers they
were performing with. I'm not saying that Justin Timberlake
is a loser, I'm saying that Lance Bass is. Joey Fatone is
cool. Why am I even talking about this? Because I just had
this picture of Joey and had to do something with it. >
> > >
(plus, Joey is a big cK fan!!) Well.. that's not proven, but
I'm sure he would be.
This past weekend, within 10 minutes of meeting some people
for the first time, my parents managed to tell them very exageratted
negative flaws about me. It would have been okay maybe if
it was in a joking manner, but it wasn't. Again, this was
a crush to my esteem because I was present in the room. After
my move to New York, trust me... I'm not looking back.
Really Are The Terrorists?
Last Friday, a woman in Calhoun, Georgia at a Shoney's restaurant
saw 3 "middle eastern" men sitting at a table and
talking. She listened in and heard them talking about
"...bringing it to Miami on the 13th". She got real
frightened, took their license plate numbers and reported
to authorites. There were 2 cars. Once they made it to Florida,
one of the cars ran a toll booth without paying. Police in
Collier County immediately stopped them. The police there
immediately took them in for questioning and searched the
car for any bombs. They even sent that bomb robot. Their search
ended in no result. The police said the 3 men were very co-operative.They
found out that the young men were actually talking about bringing
a car down to Miami on the 13th. The 3 young medical
students were headed to Miami for a conference. I was watching
this on the news LIVE on CNN as they were already reporting
these guys as terrorists and the such. Yet, they were not
convicted of anything and let go. When the 3 young men got
to Miami, they were turned away from their work study at the
Miami hospital with only 9 weeks left to complete their course.
The hospital told them that they cannot let them study there
because they are receiving angry emails and phone messages.
Give me a break. These poor kids didn't do anything wrong.
They are all in the US legally and were not convicted of anything
yet they are being treated like criminals. One of the young
men's fathers said, "This used to be a country where
you are innocent until proven guilty, now its the other way
around." That same statement could be applied to
the O.J. Simpson trial too. Even though O.J. was not convicted
of murder (in the highest court), the general public thinks
otherwise. Why is it that we don't have much faith in the
legal system? Maybe its because of cases like this: