I knew it was going to happen on this tour, and I’m honestly surprised that it didn’t happen sooner. After all, with spotty Wi-Fi at best on the tour bus and a 50/50 chance of any given guest home having readily available Internet access, it would be nearly impossible to go fourteen days without missing a post. Still, after we passed the halfway point I was feeling hopeful that I might still be able to fully complete the PostADay 2011 challenge. Then last night happened. Last night, all thirty-some-odd of the choir guys stayed in one building, which was a lot of fun, but we were told there was no Wi-Fi. As it turns out, however, there was one network available, so I turned on my computer and started composing a post. It took me a long time to decide what to post, and in the end I gave up on writing anything original and was going to link to some videos of my favorite Internet funny man, Julian Smith, but just as I was about to hit the “publish” button, the network shut down and never came back online. I was one and a half seconds away from keeping the daily post combo alive, but it was not to be. Come to think of it, my weekly video streak died last week, too. Apparently being on tour is not good for blogging resolutions. Oh, well, missing one post and one video out of two and a half months is no big deal, and being on tour with the Men’s Choir is definitely worth the trade off. Let”s just take a moment of silence for yesterday’s post that never was… then I’ll link you to those Julian Smith videos so we can break the silence with a laugh and get back to having a great Spring Break. Goodnight, everybody!
Here are two of Julian’s signature goofy music videos:
“Red Eye Flashes Twice”
“I’m Reading a Book”
And here are two of his signature goofy skits, which he does when he’s not making music videos:
There are a lot more hilarious videos where these came from, so check out his channel for more good times.