Comments by rgonyeau
Posted on June 11 at 10:43 a.m. (Suggest removal)
That's so funny. I work for the Gazette, so it would be a little suspicious if I told you that website is great idea. So, um... what a bad, bad website you've found. Reading at work? I don't like the sound of that. Doesn't interest me all. Hehe...
From: Read at work
Posted on June 5 at 4:17 p.m. (Suggest removal)
It appears we share a similar taste in beers! (Well, not the Utica Club.) The staple beer at my apartment is Guinness. To me, it is the perfect beer for any season. I do love the Saranac as well though. My favorite has to be the Black Forest. Mmm! Oh, and I too recently tried their Pomegranate Wheat. I'm not a huge fan of 'fruity' beers, but I did like this one. The fruit taste was not as strong as say... a Sam Adams Cherry Wheat. It was subtle, not overpowering. I can appreciate that.
From: Ode to cheap beer
Posted on May 13 at 4:42 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Favreau did write another "successful hipster indie-comedy" five years later. It's called Made, and it also stars Vince Vaughn. Although it did not receive as much attention as Swingers, my friends and I all agree that it is much funnier and highly quotable.
Posted on April 22 at 10:39 a.m. (Suggest removal)
I've seen TMBG twice in concert. You wouldn't believe who the opening band was when I saw them at Vasser College. Das EFX! A hardcore gangster rap ensemble! Talk about conflicting interests. What a mix of people we had there. I mean seriously, who schedules that?
Anyway, I have a question regarding TMBG. Have you seen the newer Dunkin Donuts commercials on television? The music sounds eerily similar to TMBG, but I cannot be certain if it is them.
It's no coincidence that I've suddenly noticed a lot of nerdy children in the area drinking coffee.
From: First rock concerts