I was surprised to read that it was 10 years ago this week that The 40 Year Old Virgin staring Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and others was released.
Ten years ago I was working in an office where the average age of most employees was mid-20s and this movie was talked about and quoted non-stop. I couldn’t believe it was released 10 years ago and checked with IMDB which confirmed that Carell’s surprise summer smash was released on August 19, 2005.
Here is a bit from the movie that had me in stitches when I first watched it. Mind the language if you are watching this in your office (NSFW). It is just as funny without the sound.
Check out this compilation of men’s swimwear fashion over the past 100 years . The swimsuits are horribly ugly, but there is something very distracting about watching the handsome male model disrobe and put on each decade’s bathing suit.
If you like what you hear / see you can still catch Well Strung performing through the rest of the summer in Provincetown at the Art House.
New England native, Seth Meyers, explains Boston’s spurning of the Olympic Games bid on his show Late Night with Seth Meyers to the rest of America, “Come on, Olympics, they [Bostonians] dressed up like Indians because they didn’t like a tax on their tea. Did you think they were going to stand by while you made them pay $20 billion for privilege of having a javelin contest in their town?”
Last week a new trailer for the forthcoming James Bond movie, SPECTRE, was released. The film which stars Daniel Craig as James Bond and Ralph Fiennes as the new “M” is scheduled to open in the US on November 6, 2015.
Sinner’s Ball, hosted by my buddies, Cole and Hunter – A.K.A. The Maverick Men, hits Ogunquit, Maine this weekend. Check out all the fun and head up to Ogunquit for the weekend if you haven’t any plans. Details Here.
Friday, July 31st – GEARED with DJ’s Ranny and Aga
Saturday, August 1st – SINNER’S BALL with Ron Hamelin & Ken
Sunday, August 2nd – REPENT TEA with DJ Aga
Enjoy an evening (or two) with David Sedaris at the Provincetown Town Hall on Wednesday and Thursday this week. His most recent book, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, is already a bestseller.
The laughter-filled evening begins at 8pm and includes a Q&A as well as a book signing after the show. For more information and tickets visit ptown2015.com.