This week, Topher gets an elderly woman fired from Sears, Kristen makes up the phrase, “Owner Emeritus,” and then tries to explain how in the world she could still like Justin Beiber.
This week, our guest Gabe, argues for soccer, Jacoby Jones is in drag, and Kristen needs you to tell her where to go for vacation.
This week Kristen starves herself, the news gets smutty, and the show gets stood up for a soccer date. Ouch.
This week, Kristen eats REAL food instead of just pizza, Topher knows more about FIFA than Kristen and Kristen uses the words “Biebin’ Baller.”
So, it finally happened! It’s Past My Bedtime with Topher Harless was on Monday and we had a blast. I just want to say thank you to everyone who could make it. Below is a video from the show and more are to come. The show is the second Monday of every month and the next show is July 14th. Hope to see you there!
This week Kristen becomes a psychiatrist, Topher tries to remember who the Spurs are, and squirt bottles become a weapon.
This week Donald Sterling apologizes then gets super racist, Topher quizzes Kristen again, and then Kristen makes up some story about a horse race.
Episode 12 of Kristen Teaches Topher Sports is out!
This week Kristen Ledlow and I declare their love for Justin Timberlake, Kristen teaches me about going number two intentionally, and an American wins the Boston Marathon.
So, this year I’m participating in the Gladiator Rock’n Run on June 11th in support of Talk About Autism. It’s a very difficult run held in Irvine, CA.
Before I signed up for this race, here are some things that I didn’t know about autism:
- 1 in 68 children have autism.
- Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability in the US.
- More children are diagnosed annually with autism then with AIDS, diabetes and cancer combined.
- Boys are 5 times more likely than girls to have autism.
- Autism currently costs the nation over $137 billion annually.
I work with a team. Well, actually I work with two teams. I have a main group that hired me, which is a temp group of about 50 people, and an office that I work in any given day with about 12 people in various cubicles. With all of those people, everyone can all agree on one thing. We need to get things done. So, both groups will occasionally send an email to ask a question.
Do you know what the single most irritating thing on the planet is? When someone who is in no way involved and doesn’t know the answer continually throws out suggestions for solutions.
This owl is PISSED at you.