Music is a big part of making Workaholics, and from time to time the guys like to kick back with a song to celebrate a joke well done.
When a particularly well told laugher, slam, one-liner or pun is delivered, Paul Simon’s “Call Me Al” is one of the songs most often cued up to play as the writers exchange hearty handshakes, hugs, and congratulations. It’s a heartwarming few minutes.
Doubt it’s power? Invite some friends over, sit in a room for a few hours discussing ideas, and then play this song after an A+ of an offering. If you’re not out of your seat with a smile on your face, you clearly are suffering a deep depression from which there is no return. Or you need to fire the friends you brought over first, for some new, fresher-voiced friends. We’re sorry for your situation and wish you the best as you struggle to right the ship in either instance.
In researching this post, I learned Paul Simon decided to stick with the music thing after this song was released (from the album Graceland), and has had some mild success.
The other guy in the video is apparently still performing, too. I bet his name is Al, hence the inclusion. We here at Workaholics want to wish them the best in their struggles to make it in this crazy world. Maybe one day we’ll make a song that they play to celebrate their good deeds.
If so, you can call us Workaholics.
Ours was custom made by costume designer Jerry Jaeger… But yours can easily be custom made by you!
the nipple piercing video blog : what happens when you leave me alone for 10 seconds.
Baked apples with cinnamon = deliciousness dessert with no sugar added.
Preheat oven to 350. Peel apples, and chop them up. I like fuji, honey crisp and gala. Next add some cinnamon to your liking. Put in a baking dish. Bake in oven for 30 minutes or until desired consistency. Top with slivered almonds or granola (measure that sh*t though, this is dessert people) for some crunch.
Just a reminder: this has been a long strange journey
“Frequently Asked Questions”
Recently I’ve been getting a ton of questions all asking the same thing, just with slightly different wording.
And in order to keep peoples Dashboards from being cluttered with the same information, time and time again. I have decided to make a FAQ section for…
soda cans produced between 1930’s to 1970’s