Pirate’s Dinner Adventure (Reviewed)

Pretty awesome dinner theater in Buena Park, California, just down the street from Disneyland. It’s got acrobatics, lovely maidens in distress, and pirates too!

See more adventures at another site of Brian’s:  www.CaliforniaWithKids.com.

By the way, the latter site actually has interviews with the pirates too!

So as well as the video, here are a couple of posts from California with Kids.

Explore the site for more ideas for places to go with your kids.

And keep checking the Youtube channel for updates!

Interview with the pirates from Pirate Dinner Adventure (part 1)

Interview with the pirates from Pirate Dinner Adventure (part 2)

Royalty-free music “One-Eyed Maestro” by Kevin MacLeod — Incompetech.com. Read more Pirate’s Dinner Adventure (Reviewed)


Bad Keming: Than K Yo u Th Ank You

Howdy Interweb folks! I’m Bobby Joe, and this here editorial makin’ kinda guy is known to our all ‘n’ sundries as the Brian K. White.
K is also what you git in the kerning.
Now how do kerning be defined?
Glossy News Bossmaster Brian K. White just done gone tell us, on the Youtube:

Kerning is the adjustment of spacing between printed letters. This, however, is just an abomination.

Abomination? How so, say Bobby Joe?
The only ‘kerning’ y’all need to doing in yer spare timesickles is for to be kerning for yer wife, yer dawg, yer kids, ‘n’ maybe yer favorite government official, pastor, all y’all religious folks o one kind or anuther, and when the goddarn taxman men be comin’ t’ git yer guns.
Other than that, kerning can be left all them stupid highfalutin city folks wi’ their quinoa coffee ‘n’ fancy pick-ups wi’ organic engines.
This here is Bobby Joe for now! See all this here fancy pants little videowebs and share it on the social medias! Or tell yer wife or yer vacation wife where these here video do be made!


Children’s Alphabet Book Author Struggles to Find Animal Starting with Elemeno

C is for cat and E is for elephant.

Every young child in the English-speaking world knows these two basic facts, thanks to the rhymes and illustrations of children’s alphabet books.

However, it turns out, according to author Alfred Labette, that these books have not been entirely forthcoming with the younger generations since their inception.

Labette shared a little-known secret that nearly every alphabet book published since the height of the Roman Empire has skipped past the under-appreciated Elemeno.

“People assume X is the letter that gives us all the trouble,” Labette explains. “But it’s really the elusive Elemeno that makes things difficult. And no wonder it’s forgotten with how quickly we rush through that part of the song.” Alfred, or Alf to his friends, says he has approached the problem from multiple angles, including using animal names from other languages and even mythical creatures. “I’ve got some ideas brewing that are lightyears beyond any other of those sophomoric authors,” Labette declares with pride in his eyes.

A tortured soul to say the least, Labette wakes up every morning, stares at a blank piece of paper for three hours, and then pours through line after line of text on the Internet, looking for inspiration until the caffeine and vitamin B finally wear off. His deadline is fast approaching with just under three weeks to find the answer.

Still, Labette is confident he will have the first true alphabet animal book assembled and published, complete from aardvark to zorgon.