The very talented @sillineysarah (Sarah Carroll) somehow managed to convince me to sing and dance for her.
I never claimed to be a singer or a dancer. If fact, anyone who has seen me attempt either will testify that this not as bad as usual.
It is a parody of the Robin Thicke explicit video for “Blurred Lines” which can be found on Vimeo and is basically the same but with naked models roaming around.
Please watch our version and like/share/tweet etc on Twitter/FaceBook/Down At The Library. If not to make me feel a little less humiliated, then for Sarah as she deserves a lot of credit for the things that she does.
I had an Email I didn’t expect today. It came from a man called Dave. Dave works for the European Podcast Awards and he wrote to tell me that The Dan Life Coach Podcast has been nominated in the personality section. Those that know me will be fully aware that I have little or no personality, so I am guessing it is based on the other experts that assist me in making the podcast. Imagine their little joyful faces if they were to win an award. Just imagine. Gwaaaan.
So, get your fingers out, ignore the fact the voting page may be in German, French, Polish or whatever. The stars are universally known. Get your vote in and make a few idiots happy. Happy idiots are safer idiots. Never forget that…
After many goings on, the latest episode of Dan Life Coach is on the virtual shelves at both iTunes and Stitcher. As I write this, it doesn’t actually show in iTunes yet, but they take a while to lift it out of the trolley and actually pop it onto the aisles, but if you are subscribed (or would LOVE to subscribe now….hint hint) then you will get Episode 8.
They always do. There is little we can do to stop it. Sometimes they change for the better and sometimes they change for the worse. Sometimes, and far less often noted, they change and are neither worse nor better. Just different. Of course, at the time of the change, we aren’t always sure if the change will be better, worse or barely noticeable.