TBT: Chris Farley's Best Moments

I can't stop thinking about Chris Farley. He was one of my favorite comedic actors and he always found a way to make me laugh. I feel the need to spread this laughter to you right now. If you don't laugh, you don't have a soul. It's that easy.

Almost Heroes - Learning the Alphabet

Almost Heroes - Eagles Nest

Billy Madison: Every Time He Shows Up

SNL - Van Down by the River

Watch Matt Foley: Van Down By The River from Saturday Night Live on NBC.com

After their cleaning lady finds pot in the house, parents (Phil Hartman, Julia Sweeney) hire motivational speaker Matt Foley (Chris Farley) to talk to their teens (David Spade, Christina Applegate) about drugs and their future. [Season 18,1993]

All That - Cookin With Randy & Chris Farley

Tommy Boy - Desktop Demo

Tommy Boy - My Whole Life Sucks

Beverly Hills Ninja - Hibachi Chef

Working Out on E!


Chris Farley on Conan

I could easily make this a million videos long. Farley will always be a comedy legend and one of my all time favorite actors. God, I miss him. We all do. Rest In Peace!


SNL - El Nino

Amazing Home for Sale in Texas (Probably Haunted)

I'm going about my business at work, per usual, and BAM! My friend Ruben sends me the most magical home for sale listed on har.com for $1,275,000. I mean, this totally normal home has it all. Just take a look:

Beautiful home, right? I mean, LOOK at this thing.

Wait, that guy chillin' by the gate is pretty cool. Probably the only mannequin type thing in the house...right?

Wait. Hold on.

I want this house so bad. 

I've never felt more attached to a real estate listing. It probably has more spiders, dead things, and haunted items than the entire collection of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Those mannequins can be my friends. FINALLY, I'll have friends. 

If you are as in love with this home as me, check out the actual listing below. This house is beauty incarnate. Please, someone buy me this home.

4302 Colony West Dr, Richmond, TX 77406

4302 Colony West Dr Richmond TX 77406 is listed for sale for $1,275,000. It is a 2.00 Acre(s) Lot, 7,406 SQFT, 5 Beds, 5 Full Bath(s) & 1 Half Bath(s)

Exploring Carlsbad Caverns

This past weekend I got to travel to Carlsbad Caverns with my girlfriend Tiff, as well as Roswell, NM (this will be a later post though.)  This was her first cave. Technically, my first cave was Cave of the Winds in Colorado when I was a child, but I don't remember it very well, so I consider this my first cave while cognizant of being alive.

The drive from Roswell, NM to White City, NM is about 1 hour and 45 minutes and the in between towns are reminiscent of The Hills Have Eyes, minus the hills. Luckily, we only had to make one stop to use the restroom. After an elongated drive through Carlsbad the town, due to all the speed limits being 25mph (wtf), we arrived in White's City. 

This is the only picture in this article that we didn't take. White's city was lame and not picture worthy.

This is the only picture in this article that we didn't take. White's city was lame and not picture worthy.

White's City is just a small, dinky town you have to drive through to get to the Carlsbad Caverns. After a brief stop in the gift shop, we made our way toward the caves. Along the road, going up the mountain, we found a trail and pulled over to see some scenery before we moved on.

After stopping briefly, we headed on to the main entrance into the caves.

It smelled pretty terrible around the mouth of the cave. Birds were flying around everywhere, so maybe it was their poop? Who knows. We headed down in to begin our 1.2 mile descent to the "Big Room" at the bottom of the cavern.

Once we got deep enough, natural light became non-existent and the small cave lights installed randomly about were our only guiding illuminators. I'm a bit confused which photos were on the descent down and which were in the big room, but here's everything we captured.

After being in the cave for about 2-3 hours, we decided to skip the long lines to the elevator and hike 1.2 miles back to the mouth of the cave. This sucked, but I'm glad we did it for the experience. I had posted this Instagram video as a comparison of our energy before vs. after the cave adventure.

We were incredibly tired when we left Carlsbad Caverns and drove back to Dallas, TX in the same day, which took about 7 1/2 hours where we ran through a lot of small towns and a large storm. All in all, this was one of the best trips I've ever been on. I'll post the first part of this road trip later this week when we went to Roswell, NM on the 70th anniversary of the famous "Roswell Crash"!