Friday, November 20, 2009

The Delta gift (consolation) bag for NOT getting me my luggage

I am in Melbourne, FL (not Australia which is what I thought when I accepted this gig) and I have no good reason to be in this area-- like a shuttle launch. It's never a good sign that things are going to go that well when I am checking into the hotel and I ask the girl at the front desk if there are any good places to get breakfast in the morning and she says, "7-11 has great food."

Anyway, I arrived safely, my bag did not. In this vid, I show you all the GREAT things Delta gives you when your bag does not arrive and you have to make it through the night with nothing you packed or intended to have. Also, I call a brush a comb. If you like lime green you wil like this one a lot! There's a lot of lime green.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Orny disputing write up in Pittsburgh Tribune on radio 105.9

Listen to this discussion with Radio DJs Tim and Bob on 105.9 The X in Pittsburgh about an article written about me in the Pittsburgh Tribune. I didn't read the article but you can hear my reaction as they read some of the ingenious insights and observations (Extreme sarcasm.) He made some easy, cheap, inaccurate points-- skewing facts to sound negative. It was lazy. Most people (critics/ reviewers/bloggers) find it easier to take the low road, rather than take the high road of compassion. They think it will sell more papers or heighten interest. BUT AREN'T WE ALL SICK OF THE NEGATIVISM? The collective foul smell emitting from the world wide hate? I outgrew this kind of poking in high school. Most of these write ups are done by people that are not brave enough to chase their own dreams but rather choose to dash the dreams of others. I see through most of them. But it makes for an interesting discussion. Thanks Tim and Bob-- you made my day. And you should read the piece on me in Psychology Today if you are interested-- it’s about overcoming failures in a positive light. “9 prominent people talk about their failures.” (Which includes Donald Trump. That huge failure! (Extreme sarcasm.)

Article Psychology Today:

(Not worth linking article in question that appeared in Pittsburgh Tribune. The radio interview says it all.)

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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Larry King says something stupid again

Shocking. This is a long one-- so get the bag of chips and can of soda and hunker down for some BrainNoise. Guest Michael Moore sings "Times They are a Changin'" on The Jay Leno Show and Larry King thinks Moore wrote it.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Obama heckled like Bob Dylan was in 1966

I'm sure even fewer will appreciate this one.

This one might be for me and a few Dylan fanatics. Or maybe just me. And after hours of editing, I realized I'm fine with that. I get it. Maybe some will be as intrigued about that night in 1966 and the backstory it carries as I was. It's really about a man doing what he believed was the next step in his evolution as an artist-- plugging in his guitar. Even though a majority of his fans strongly disagreed-- he remained determined and courageous as audiences booed.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Target owes me 3 bucks!

I feel much better now that I have made this vlog.

Monday, August 17, 2009

The adventures of Orny and Ashley Hamilton on Dancing with the Stars

My good friend Ashley Hamilton will be following in his fathers dance steps as a contestant on the new season of Dancing with the Stars. Ashley has asked for my help. Watch the adventure as I help him every step of the way on

Saturday, August 15, 2009

The potbelly is in!

Can you imagine my elation when I came upon this article in The New York Times?

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

These two songs make NO sense to me STILL!

This is an experiment gone horribly wrong. I am warning you-- this video sucks. I am partially embarrassed to even post it. But I am. Spend the next two minutes doing something else unless you want to help me understand why I am even posting this. I couldn't get these two songs, from my childhood, out of my head.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Dancing with the Stars: Steve Wozniak founder of Apple and the Two Step

I finally broke down and started watching Dancing with the Stars-- but for one reason-- to watch Apple Computer founder and super super geek Steve Wonziak. THIS is entertainment. But watch the hypocrisy I have uncovered in the computer world. Apple, and believe me nobody drinks the Apple kool-Aid more than me, is lying to us!

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Industrial Carpeting

Ugly industrial carpeting-- need I say more. Well maybe.