Freds report on our trip to the NEW Houston Laff Stop
(Really written by Fred)
I am Fred B. and today I drove Matthew Kordelski to Houston Texas from Austin.
The round trip from Austin to Houston and then back to Austin was costly.
I paid for gas.
I endured Matthew's insults about my appearance during the trip.
I do not make it a habit to insult Matthew's appearance.
Matthew spent much energy during the our ride screaming at the top of his lungs about violence and preverse sexual practices.
I felt some happiness about the prospect of making a short video of my stage performance in Houston.
Matthew is a talanted film maker.
Matthew is skilled at making shrill noises during long rode trips.
Matthew can speak like Bill Cosby.
Matthew can sing like Alfalfa of the little rascals.
This night Matthew delighted in hearing his voice echo though the streets of quietly sleeping Texas towns.
Matthew hollared for pigs to get suey.
Matthew laughed loudly.
Matthew brought his camera to Houston and filmed my first performance at the new Laff Stop.
Matthew is annoyed that I want to have the 5 minute video we made in Houston posted on YouTube.com.
It could take many minutes to digitize, export and post.
Matthew's decision to Multi-task during this process slows it greatly.
This process may fail without warning.
Matthew knows that multi-tasking will increase the chance that the video posting process will fail.
If the video of my performance at the Houston Laff Stop is posted then I might study my techniques more closely.
Although Matthew enjoys sharing with me emotional critiques of my performances I might gain more constructive information from his video.
Matthew has not lost an oppurtunity to complain to me about how difficult it is to post a 5 minute video on YouTube.com.
Matthew has many years of experience with computers.
Matthew has just completed two Austin Community College Courses for the purpose of making Computer Animations.
Matthew clearly understands that multi-tasking with his computer reduces the central processing unit's skill at doing its work.
Matthew refuses to do only one task at a time and can overburden the CPU with too many tasks at once.
Matthew has multi-tasked so that the video we made in Houston and another file are in danger of being corrupted.
Matthew said, "I am glad we went to Houston. We had fun."
Matthew posted the video from Houston on YouTube.com.
Thank You Matthew!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voNCGJyIZpM