Soooo, yeah. I spend a fair amount of time this summer writing, shooting, and editing a movie with my friends here on and around the Tufts campus. It's called "Shut 'Em Down" and it's about Whiffle Ball and family. You'll like it I promise. Or maybe you won't, I guess I don't really know you like that. But you'll never know until you try!
What's up guys. Short post here and guess what it's about. Last week I saw 12 Years a Slave (twice) and it's not only a really, really incredible movie, but I think it's going to be looked back on as one of the most important movies of our generation. I know that sounds kind of ridiculous, but honestly it is one of the best movies I have ever seen (note: Best does not equal my favorite, best means objectively the best piece of cinema) and I think everyone American over the age of, say, sixteen should really see this movie.
Come on in and see the daring conclusion to Slam's evening at a Big Boi concert. He bought the "VIP Meet and Greet Option," now it is time to let the truth down from the ceiling and open our eyes to the after-concert shenanigans that were the "VIP Meet and Greet Option..."
Last week Slam went to a Big Boi and Killer Mike concert and then decided to blog about it. Come on in and check out the 2nd installment of Slam's journey to watch a concert and then meet and greet Big Boi in a hilariously awkward post-concert "VIP Meet and Greet Option" crowd.
Last weekend I went to a Big Boi concert, but it wasn't any normal Big Boi concert because I was a sucker and dropped an extra $40 for an exclusive "Meet and Greet VIP Package." Come on inside and see what the night help for me in this multi-post series about my night with Big Boi.