1. New Video For My Song Victory Us

    Victory Us is a full band orchestra featuring an upbeat bluesy guitar riff, bright poppy strings and a killer brass lead line.

    The title is a play on the word Victorious, the first time I played a version of it for someone, the first thing they described it as was victorious and triumphant. So the name stuck.

    It is now available for download here:

    Recorded using:
    Logic Pro X
    Akail MPK MKII
    Fender Stratocaster

    New Video For My Song Victory Us was originally published on Hey Myke


  2. New Song Out! New Album Coming Soon

    Hello Friends! I am beyond excited to be sharing a new song with you. It’s an instrumental titled “Victory Us” and will be available for download soon! 

    Also in other news, I am currently in the process of recording an entire instrumental album with this sound direction.

    Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss it!

    New Song Out! New Album Coming Soon was originally published on Hey Myke


  3. How to get Custom Molded In-Ear Monitors for Under $20 - Part 2: Decibullz Custom Molded Headphone Sleeves

    Hello Friends!

    Today we’re going to talk about Custom In-Ear Monitors and a super cheap way to get a Custom In-Ear experience.

    You are going to need three things:

    • Enhanced Bass Hi-Fi Noise Isolating Earphones – Monoprice ($7.88)
    • Decibullz Custom Molded Earbud Adapters – Amazon ($14.99)
    • Exacto or Craft Knife

    One thing to note, and it’s mentioned in the video. I was able to get my Monoprice earbuds to work. I just heated up the molds and that allowed them to expand around the headphone.

    Part 3 is coming soon! The ultimate review/rundown between the two!

    If you liked this post support me a little my picking up my app and or book or album

    My Book

    Predictive Poetry – The first book of poetry generated using random words and the new Predictive Keyboard in iOS 8.

    My App

    Infinite Bottles – Annoy Your Friends as Your Phone Sings the 99 Bottles Song

    My Album

    Biters and Roamers: Chronicles of the Undead

    How to get Custom Molded In-Ear Monitors for Under $20 – Part 2: Decibullz Custom Molded Headphone Sleeves was originally published on Hey Myke


  4. How to get Custom Molded In-Ear Monitors for Under $20 - Part 1: Radians Custom Molded Ear Plugs

    Hello Friends!

    Today we’re going to talk about Custom In-Ear Monitors and a super cheap way to get a Custom In-Ear experience.

    You are going to need three things:

    • Enhanced Bass Hi-Fi Noise Isolating Earphones – Monoprice ($7.88)
    • Radians Custom Molded Ear Plugs – Amazon ($13.16)
    • Exacto or Craft Knife

    The process is super simple.

    Follow the instructions that come with the Radians Ear Plugs, up until it says to let the ear plugs set, at that point we add an additional step.

    While the putty is still pliable, plug in your ear phones to an audio source and press them into the putty, then continue to adjust untill it sounds like the sound is hitting in the right spot in your ear canal.

    After the putty has set gently pull them out of your ears and let them cure for a few hours. Then take your knife and simply cut a hole for the ear phone driver and clean up any rough edges.

    Let sit overnight and then rock out with your super awesome In-Ear Monitors!

    If you liked this post support me a little my picking up my app and or book or album

    My Book

    Predictive Poetry – The first book of poetry generated using random words and the new Predictive Keyboard in iOS 8.

    My App

    Infinite Bottles – Annoy Your Friends as Your Phone Sings the 99 Bottles Song

    My Album

    Biters and Roamers: Chronicles of the Undead


    How to get Custom Molded In-Ear Monitors for Under $20 – Part 1: Radians Custom Molded Ear Plugs was originally published on Hey Myke


  5. Predictive Keyboard Poetry

    Hey friends. I have been loving the new predictive type on apple’s new ios8 operating system. I have used it to make a series of poems that I then animated.

    Check them out!





    Predictive Keyboard Poetry was originally published on Hey Myke


  6. Solvang Sight Seeing - Photo Blog

    So for Labor Day my wife and I met her parents up in Solvang California.

    I had never been there and knew nothing about it. I was pleasantly surprised to find a nice touristy danish settlement smack dab in the middle of California.

    I loved the architecture of the buildings and we had a lot of fun walking around and eating delicious food.

    Here are some pictures and stuff.

    We also headed just a few miles outside of Solvang and visited this pretty cool museum detailing the history of the towns in the Santa Ynez valley.

    It also had a massive Stage Coach collection, which was really cool! Something interesting was seeing some baskets from my the people that my Indian Tribe comes from. For those that don’t know, we are the Mechopda Tribe of the Maidu Indians.

    Solvang Sight Seeing – Photo Blog was originally published on Hey Myke


  7. The Hours Project - A Falling Up Kinetic Typography Experiment

    Falling Up is one of my favorite bands. I’ve been following them since their first album (back in high school). Also I’ve been working on strengthening my After Effects skills. So with those two factors motivating me, I began the exhausting process of creating Kinteic Typography Lyric Videos for one of the albums.


    Here you go!


    The Climb

    Fin Hatches A Plan

    The Rest Will Soon Follow

    Aeva and the Waving World

    On Growing Things

    Intro to the Radio Room

    The Outsider

    Blue Ruins



    In Echoes Forever

    The Hours Project – A Falling Up Kinetic Typography Experiment was originally published on Hey Myke


  8. Two Wedding Videos and No Funerals

    Hey everybody!

    I hope you enjoyed my six part story on Jury Duty. It took way to long to get that story finished and up to you my dear readers.

    I have a treat for you today!

    Last weekend I had the awesome oppourtinity to shoot a wedding video for a lovely couple. I had a blast and used some new equipment (a sweet opteka camera stabilizer).

    When I shoot a wedding there are two things I do. The first is what I call a Snapshot.

    It’s basically I nice video with some cute music that shows the highlights of the wedding. That gets put up on YouTube. The second thing I do is capture the ceremony so that the couple can revisit those memories down the line.

    Both of those videos go on a DVD for the couple.

    I would like to share the video that I did last weekend with you!

    Danielle and Esteban Benitez – Wedding Snapshot

    Another video I would like to share with you is a video I shot back in April. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to get a clean version of the audio so this couple doesn’t get a ceremony video (also I really didn’t know what I was doing at the time), but the snapshot still turned out pretty cool.

    Daniel and Irene Jung – Wedding Snapshot

    Two Wedding Videos and No Funerals was originally published on Hey Myke



    Part 1: Indicted – Not really.

    That was how I felt when I came home a month ago to discover this in my mailbox after a wednesday night service.

    Needless to say I was a bit perturbed, however, I understood the need to perform my civic duty and report for Jury Duty. While I could have probably postponed the service, I didn’t really want to recreate the experience of receiving the summons for the first time. I also had never served on a jury before, I had been summoned once when I lived in Arizona and went and sat for the day and got sent home.

    You are not summoned for a specific day, you are summoned for a whole week. Once you report to your employer and fill out some forms online you then call in the weekend before your reporting date, mine was the 18th of August. Now, if you call in that weekend and you are not required to report in on the 18th you are still not off the hook. You then spend a week in this weird limbo land where you call ever morning to see if you need to report to the courthouse.

    On Sunday night before my service week I called the number and what do you know? I had to go down to the courthouse that Monday. A bit of a bummer, but I learned a very interesting fact about the State of California. After the recording had enformed me that I had to come in and where to park I learned this exciting tid-bit. The recording said,

     Due to the overwhelming budget crisis the State of California is experiencing, we will not be able to provide Jurors with pens. Please locate one now and place it next to your summons so that you will not forget it tomorrow, as we will be unable to provide one for you

    OMG you guys, California is so broke it can’t afford pens.


    $1.29 for a pack of 12 from costco. That’s 10 cents a pen. 

    Part 2 – Reporting for the Reports

    Crestfallen, I signed on to the Jury Duty website to complete my Juror Orientation so that I didn’t have to show up untill 9:30am instead of 8:30. The Juror Orientation consisted of about 30 minutes of the most unintentionally hilarious videos. They looked like they had been made about 20 years ago, strangely the section covering Social Media discussion of the case also looked like it was 20 years old.


    Did they shoot the bulk of the videos 20 years ago and then, not wanting to to shock the viewer with an updated look, match the new content to the old? Or is the state of California that broke that this is the newest version of the training video and they don’t know about color correction?

    On the Monday morning I woke up and headed down to the bus stop that was by my house and caught the 7:00 am bus. Took that to my second stop and then arrived at the courthouse.

    After going through the metal detectors, I made my way to the Juror Assembly room and took a seat. We filled out our Jurry Summons paperwork, even though I had done that online, and then recieved our Juror badges. They informed me that there were currently 5 cases that need Jury Panels.

    I procedded to wait for my name to be called. While I was waiting I pulled out my iPad and opened Garageband to pass the time with. Surprisingly I started a song that would eventually be finished that week and I am rather proud of.

    Here it is:

    Eventually three juries were called and sent over to the court house. Then they called up a fourth jury that would report after our lunch break.

    I was hopefull, there was still a decent sized batch of potential jurors waiting. I might be able to complete my service today!

    Part 3 – Hurry Up and Wait

    UGH! After lunch they started calling the fifth and final jury. And of course my name was pulled.

    I packed up my stuff and raced over to the courthouse. Went up to the 8th floor and found a large crown of jurrors stading in the hall.

    Then we waited.

    And Waited.

    And guess what? Waited some more.

    Eventually the clerk for our courtroom came out and took roll. Then she went back inside, leaving us to wait some more.

    After what seemed like an eternity, really like 10 minutes, the clerk came out and called us into the courtroom.

    We sat and then recieved some instructions.

    Part 4 – Selecting the Seated Servers

    We filled in the chairs then the clerk called out the first twenty seven jurrors, I was number 25.

    I took my seat and then did some more…

    You guessed it, waiting.

    For each of the called jurors we had to answer a list of questions

    • What is your full jurror badge number?
    • What city do you live in?
    • What is your occupation?
    • Spouse or significant other’s occupation?
    • Children’s occupation?
    • Any other adults living in your house’s occupation?
    • Have you served on a jury before?
    • Was it crimminal or civil?
    • Did you reach a verdict?

    Then there was a paper of 20 aditional questions that we had to reveal if we answered yes to any of them.

    Most of these questions were related to, whether or not we had legal training or if we were racist.

    Almost everyone had a story to tell.

    One lady went on this massive tangent detailing how she could never send someone to jail because she didn’t believe in the system. The process halted for this one individual who used this oppourtunity to launch into a political diatribe decrying the legal system for not rehabilitating people and how the prison system is broken.

    While this would be a valid debate if you were talking about the prison system, it in no way was an answer to the questions she was asked.


    After we got through this first round of questioning for the first twenty seven we ended for the day.

    Upon returning to the courthouse at 10:30am we resumed, some jurors were dismissed and new ones called from the remaining pool. Those new jurors had to answer the same questions we did the previous day.

    Then both the prosecution and defense asked several other clarification questions and we were able to move on to the next round of the selection process.

    The two lawyers took turns dismissing jurors from the 12. I watched with some rising anxiety as the number of jurors in front of me dwindled. Then juror number 12 was dismissed and I had to move up to his seat.

    One of my favorite questions was from the prosecution, she asked if we would hold it against her if she wasn’t as pollished as some TV lawyers like on CSI or “I don’t know, Matlock”

    MATLOCK? Really? That’s the metaphor you use? Matlock? Not, I don’t know, how about LAW AND ORDER?

    Once the original 27 had been sorted through, we replaced all the empty seats with jurors from the pool.


    We went through the same EXACT process we had just gone through. Until finally we had our Jury.

    We walked out of the court house that tuesday and looked at each other with the realization on our faces that, yes, we were stuck.

    Part 5 – Excuse Me Your Honor, I Can’t Understand the Witness

    Once the trial was underway we heard from a smattering of witnesses from the prosecution and only one from the defense.

    The most entertaining aspect of this stage in the trial was the failure of basic communication skills.

    I mean good grief, I was totally prepared for the lawyers to not be as polished as Matlock, but the inability to string together words in an understanable question was astounding.

    The defense attourney really wasn’t helping his client in the questioning, I mean you could basically distill everything he said to “About what time was that?” which the witness had already stated not five minutes ago. And my favorite “Your Honor, I can’t understand the witness.”

    Part 6 – Dilligently Deliberating the Doomed Defendent

    One thing was made apparent through the course of the trial was that the defendant definitely did it.

    Our deliberation took about 15 minutes, which most of it was figuring out how we would vote.

    After about 5 minutes of discussion it was obvious that we all felt the same way.

    So, we filled out the proper paperwork and waited for the Balif to come and get us. Which ended up being about a half hour since the defendant’s lawyer was still on lunch.

    Part 7 – Television is Not Real Life

    While we all know that television is not real life, I did have a few major revelations on how courts really operate. You generally expect some elements to have a basis in reality. Like these:

    Here is what I learned:

    • You don’t rise when the judge comes in.
    • People don’t swear on a bible.
    • You don’t rise for the reading of the verdict, you just sit there is awkward silence
    • The jury foreman doesn’t read the verdict, the balif does, and it’s very uneventful.
    • And most importantly, NO GAVELS!!!

    I HAD JURY DUTY! was originally published on Hey Myke


  10. Creativity Induced Depression

    It’s currently 5:05 PM on Monday September 1st. I have just wrapped up, what I thought would be a productive afternoon recording.

    See, I had the great idea to attempt a cover of Lincoln Brewster’s song Sinking Ships. I have been grooving the the song since Oxygen was released two weeks ago.

    I recently purchased an Akai MPK Mini MK2, that I wanted to try out. It seemed like it would be a great afternoon. I had mapped out my plan of attack for producing the cover, learned the chords and the lyrics.

    I started by tapping in the drum pattern and then laid down the main chords to go behind the song.

    Time was flying as I worked to add in some extra elements to thicken the sound. I have to say, I was really digging the sound of the track. What I had invisioned in my head was begining to take shape in the Logic Pro X window I had open.

    I was happy and excited with what I had created and was loving my new MIDI controller.

    It’s been a year since I’ve recorded any new music, despite adding to my recording equipment collection. The reason for that is I have been experiencing a creative drought.

    The reason that I haven’t released any new music has nothing to do with a lack of songwritting or recording work being done. I have started several projects only to be halted in my tracks at the vocal stage of recording.

    This is what has been happening to me for the last year:
    I spend a large amount of time, building a great track, however when it’s time to record vocals, the whole song falls apart. Generally, it’s because I lack the vocal power or range to actually pull off the song I’ve written or chosen to cover.

    It’s frustrating. I have this great music that I’m excited about and pumped about, but shortly after starting vocals I lack the motivation to continue the song.

    All that joy and excitement is gone. Replaced only by depression and a lack of desire to even try.

     Why do I even attempt to record songs if I know I can’t sing them? Why even try? It’s just going to end up in the folder of abandoned songs like all the rest.

    This is something I’ve dealt with since I started recording, I get wrapped up in something that I think is going to be great, but I can never execute my vision. Because of that lack of execution I put it down and die a little inside everytime.

    The struggle is having something to express and that I need to get out, and not having the tools to adequately express what I am feeling in that moment. It’s devestating. The reason that this hits me so hard is because I rarely have something to express.

    Songwriting is very hard for me. I can work and arrange music easily, that part comes naturally to me. However lyrics and melodies are the hardest part. It is a rare day when I have enough words for a second verse of a song. The most common pattern I fall into are a chorus and verse and no idea where else to take the song.

    It feels like there is something wrong with my brain when I get stuck. I feel that as a creative person I should be able to finish the song. I’ve heard advice given on how to become a better song writter is to no matter what, finish the song.

    Generally that advice is great if you know where the song is going and where is should go next, then yes finish the song, even if it’s horrible.

    What if it’s not possible? What if that wall that hits me every time I feel like I have something to express can’t be overcome? Why does my mind go as blank as the blank pieces of paper I often have in front of me?

    Is the problem that I’m having directly related to how I think about songwriting? Am I too left brained in my thinking? Too analytical?

    Is it even possible for me to be a songwriter? Am I just unable to access that part of myself? Or is it even there?

    Sorry it got so heavy there, I just had to express something in a way that I have the tools, since I can’t use the medium that I want, I have to use the medium I can.

    Creativity Induced Depression was originally published on Hey Myke


  11. Here’s Some Unboxing Videos


    It’s been a little bit since my last post. The reason is that for the last week, I’ve been serving Jury duty. I promise there is a super long, super interesting story about that coming soon!

    So the long and short of it is…

    I’m Back!

    With some videos.

    Birchbox Manbox Unboxing

    So we signed my wife up with a service called Birchbox about a year ago. What it is is a monthly subscription where they send you a box of 5-7 beauty product samples. Well, they also have a man version of it. And this month we signed up for it and did a super sweet unboxing video for it.


    Akai MPK MINI MKII Unboxing

    Also for my birthday, using a gift card and some money from a freelance client I was able to pick up a sweet new MIDI controller from Akai. So here’s an unboxing video for it.



    Here’s Some Unboxing Videos was originally published on Hey Myke


  12. A Review of Guardians of the Galaxy

    guardians of the galaxy

    Ok! So if you read my post last friday about Guardians of the Galaxy, you’re probably wondering what I thought?

    Well, let me give you the TLDR (To Long Didn’t Read) summary of my feelings.
    I am so satisfied. That Sci-Fi Adventure shaped hole in my hear is now filled with the awesomeness that is Guardians of the Galaxy.
    From the awesome 80’s references and soundtrack, to the stunning visuals. Guardians of the Galaxy was an adventure filled trek through the unique Marvel Universe.
    When I wrote my last post I listed things that I wanted,
    • Aliens
    • Neon Green Laser Blasts
    • Space Ships
    • Witty Banter
    • Lightsaber Fights
    Here’s what I got:
    • Aliens
    • Neon Green Laser Blasts
    • Space Ships
    • Witty Banter
    The viewing experience for me was atypical. See, normally when I’m pumped about a movie, I sit on the edge of my seat leaning forward loving it. Did I do that for Guardians of the Galaxy?
    The reason? I had been so starved for this type of movie, that I couldn’t move because my soul was content. Somewhere in the first 15 minutes, I leaned over to my wife Allison and whispered “This is everything I wanted it to be.”
    I cannot recommend this movie hard enough. You will laugh, you will feel sorrow, and you will be dazzled by the stunning visuals.
    I. AM. PUMPED.!!!

    A Review of Guardians of the Galaxy was originally published on Hey Myke


  13. I Am So Excited for Guardians of the Galaxy

    I’m seeing Guardians of the Galaxy today. I’m excited, heres why!

    guardians of the galaxy

    Those that know me, also know that I am a huge fan of Science Fiction. Ever since I first saw Star Wars all those years ago I have loved this genre, be it books, comics, television, or movies, I will devour it. Be warned, this is going to be long, but hopefully good!

    Part 1 – A Long Time Ago, On a VCR Not as Far Away

    Star Wars? Thats not Guardians of the Galaxy!

    I promise it will make sense, just hang with me.

    I don’t actually remember the first time I watched the Star Wars Trilogy. It’s not because I don’t have a massive connection to the series, it’s because I watched it so many times when I was young that all the viewings just blend together.

    See, we used to live in Sacramento, and my grandparents live in Ripon California, which is only an hour away. We would visit them all the time, and one of the things we did often, was go to the local video store and rent movies.

    I’m not sure if thats where I first watched Star Wars, but it is where I remember watching it a lot. The reason is that there wasn’t a Blockbuster, or Hollywood video in that town (you remember those right?). And the little video store had a limited selection, but, they had The Trilogy on VHS. So, most of the time my little brother Taylor and I would just rent that if there wasn’t anything else interesting.


    We would watch through The Trilogy as many times as possible before we went home. This was where I fell in love with Star Wars and was the beginning of my love for Science Fiction.

    I loved the space battles, and sometimes we would fast forward to the assault on the death star in A New Hope, or the epic lightsaber battle in The Empire Strikes Back and yes, I love the speeder scene in Return. Watching Star Wars was a wonder filled experience.

    Part 2 – Books, Books and more Books.

    Guardians of the Galaxy time?

    Not yet, stick with me!

    Lets fast forward a little bit, I’m 9 years old. My bed time is 8pm, and my mother, is attempting to instill in me the love of reading that she has. I have been devouring books at school and as a little reward I was allowed to stay up until 8:30!

    If I was reading. So I began my lifelong habit of reading before bed. I started out with a lot of Frank Peretti novels. Specifically, “The Oath” and “This Present Darkness.” I loved the monster fantasy of those books.

    the oath

    I would be so caught up in the adventure that even after my dad had come and prayed for me and put me to bed, I would wait until he left, then turn on a little light I had in my room and read until my eyes became heavy. If I read a portion of the page and didn’t know what I had just read, then it was time to go to bed.

    I still do this today, and if I don’t read before bed, it have a hard time falling asleep.

    Part 3 – I Reject Your Required Reading and Insert My Own

    Hey myke? You gonna talk about Guardians of the Galaxy yet?

    mmmmm…Not yet.

    Ok time for another time jump to High School! So as you know, most of the required reading in schools is rather dull, for some reason some of the great Science Fiction is absent from most english programs, at least it was from mine.

    Most of you that know me, know that I am fairly gifted, I am an auditory learner and I learn quickly and have a high recall. This made school very easy for me, I could get B’s with little to no effort, so I didn’t try, much to the chagrin of my mother.

    One of the biggest challenges for me is that I hate the repetition in school, generally, I understand the concept the first time it is presented and I don’t need the information constantly repeated. Once I picked up a concept, if we were still stuck on it and not moving forward, I would get bored.

    When I get bored, especially in class, I get into trouble.

    So I had to find things to keep my attention that wouldn’t disturb the class, or get me in trouble with the teacher.

    Some teachers, like Mrs. Waymire, one of the history teachers were content to let me make massive chains out of Starburst wrappers, as long as I was engaged in the discussions. This made Mrs. Waymire one of my favorite teachers, even though she was one of the more strict faculty.

    In my junior and senior bible classes, I would take sharpies and create multi colored checkerboards by filling in the squares on a piece of graph paper.

    In my senior English class, I read. Not the required reading, but novels. In class, while the teacher was teaching.

    I also used my entire study hall everyday to read.

    What did I read? Well in my sophomore year I discovered the science fiction section of our schools library.

    If watching Star Wars at my grandparents house planted the seed of Nerddom in me, this was when I sprouted.

    See, I had no idea that there was an expanded universe of Star Wars novels. Our library had about five of a series that takes place almost immediately after Return of the Jedi. The series was X-Wing: Rogue Squadron. It followed the adventures of Luke Skywalker’s friend Wedge Antilles as he revived the Rogue Squadron of X-Wing pilots and tried to make them more of a strike force, recruiting pilots with additional skills.


    I devoured the series. Unfortunately, that was all the library had regarding Star Wars. I was hooked on Science Fiction and wanted more, so with some trepidation I picked up Foundation by Isaac Asimov, then I went back and finished the entire series, devouring book after book.


    I moved on to Arthur C. Clarke, and read the two books they had in the library, The City and the Stars and Deep Range both wildly different from each other, and both incredibly scientifically based.



    This would be where my fascination was tempered and matured. See what Asimov and Clarke had in common is that they didn’t just write Fiction, they also had published works in the world of physics and their deep understanding of the universe and how the world works was infused into their fiction. I loved that. I love when science meets fantasy and you can peel back the cover of a story and see how the engine works.

    It’s why I loved the show Fringe.

    Part 4 – I AM NERD and NERD IS ME

    Guardians of the Galaxy time?

    Not yet! but it’s coming in Part 5, I promise!

    Warp speed a few years to the summer between my freshman and sophomore year of college. At some point before the end of the year, I received a free download of one of the newest Star Wars novels. Star Wars: Legacy of the Force, Betrayal. Which took place like 40 years after Return of the Jedi.


    I started reading it. I loved it, and the next book had just come out so I headed to my local library and checked it out. Then I started checking out more from the expanded universe.

    I got into the habit of going to the library usually two times a week, checking out three or four books and reading through them in a week.

    At the time, I had lost connection with most of my High School friends and was working full time. I didn’t have much else to do, so I read.

    I think I might have read at least fifty or sixty books that summer, granted some of them were audio books that I listened to on my way to work.

    This period of my life is where I flowered into a full on Nerd.

    Part 5 – Guardians of the Galaxy is Star Wars


    Thanks for sticking with me this far!

    Why am I so stoked about Guardians of the Galaxy? Well, it’s because, from what I can see, it’s a movie that is in a Sci-Fi sub -genre that the world has been lacking lately.

    Recently, we’ve had some awesome Sci-Fi movies, like Looper and Snowpiercer (I just watched it, so good! Get it on iTunes immediately!).

    These great movies have definitely helped sate my appetite for Science Fiction, however they are part of a trend to take some of the adventure out of Sci-Fi. For the most part, these are dark, thoughtful movies, that while science based, take themselves seriously.

    We have lots of this type of Science Fiction, but you know what we don’t have? There hasn’t been a “new” Empire, or Return in years.

    My favorite Sci-Fi sub-genre are adventure movies, I want aliens, starship, laser blasts, witty dialogue, awesome heroes doing awesome things. I want more Assaults on the Death Star, more AT-AT/Snowspeeder battles. I want neon green laser blasts and Ion cannons.


    I wan’t more movies like Star Wars.

    When I scroll through the Science Fiction section of Netflix, that’s what I’m looking for, sadly I have a hard time finding that. So I usually end up watching a cooking show with my wife.

    When I first saw the trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy, I began to get excited, this looks like it’s Marvel’s version of a Star Wars movie.

    I want it to be good so bad. Like SO SO Bad.

    Please nail it Marvel.

    I’m going tonight. I’ll let you know what I think afterwards.

    I Am So Excited for Guardians of the Galaxy was originally published on Hey Myke


  14. I made a thing. Happy Thursday.

    I made a thing. Happy Thursday. was originally published on Hey Myke


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    Listen/purchase: Cut me Mick by Myke And A Mic

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