Dave here with a small update. I’ve been hard at work editing Batman Vs. The Economy, a fun little parody sketch that Jason Goss and I devised about a year ago. There have been many obstacles in our path, but I believe you will be seeing it sometime next week. In addition to that video, you should also be seeing Maladjusted Video Diary # 3 popping up around the same time. As for what’s coming down the road, Maladjusted is looking to weight itself with geek cred by producing a couple of Star Trek parodies and brand new episodes of The Curmudgeon’s Perspective. Not enough? Hey Guy! Season 4 is already shot, and I’ll have that posted in full come December. Do us a favor and get the word out! Share, comment, and subscribe where ever you can, and let us know what you think of our content:-)
-David C. Roberson,
All 17 episodes of Hey Guy! Season 3 is now online. Give it a go, and see let us know what you think! You can watch from the playlist below or click here to get the individual episodes.
This is a video that I helped out on in that I played the butler. The video was conceived and directed by Matt Carroll. It stars Spencer Roeder, Tamara Spann, and myself as the Butler.
…but then, it happens that way sometimes, and I’m afraid I’ve just been too busy as of late to really tear into any Live Journal updates.
As my youtube videos have mentioned, I’m working about 55-60 hours a week nowadays, so my sleep schedule is achingly more… ugh… normal. That means I have virtually no time to record videos in peace and quiet as my entire family stays up later than I do.
I’m working on a video right now (not at this moment–it would require quiet), and I’m just basting in the last days of summer, wishing it was officially fall again. Fall is my favorite time of the year, mainly because it’s not usually too hot or too cold. The skies are more gray, and the leaves are simply beautiful, cascading down in oranges and reds and yellows. It’s such a nice time of the year.
I’m eagerly awaiting all of the things coming up in December. I’ll be quitting my job sometime mid-December, and I’ll be going on a cruise for an entire week with my best friend. That should be fun! Then I’ll have the whole rest of the month off to get things together, do my stand-up comedy show at the end of the year, and move to Birmingham. Interesting times are good sometimes, despite the old Chinese curse.