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Mar. 19th, 2012

The 10 Events that impacted me the most in 2011

2002
10.Party Hard till I Puke Week
9. Becoming the 2002 VICA Data Entry Eastern Suffolk County 1st Place winner
8. Ozzfest
7. Vacation in New York City...Oh yeah...New York City
6. XPW version 1
5. Wrestlemania X8
4. Warped Tour
3. Fright Fest
2. After the Mary Louis Prom Party
1.Going to Work

2003
10. Death of the Laser,the Saturn, The Re-birth and Re-Death of the Laser & Now the 1991 Nissan 240se
9. Me and Jillian Going Out
8. GP5
7. Bowling
6. Formation of Team GRAS
5. 8 Month Relationship of Me and Danielle
4. Pete's 21st Party
3. Jessica Peters Hangout/Blackout
2. Tell All Your Friends There's No 'I' in Team Week
1. GRADUATION

2004
10 .!Viva Las Vegas!
9. Bye Bye Loews, Hello Lehman Brothers
8. LAN Party
7. Joe Going Away, Coming Back, then Going Away Again
6. Dix Hills Party
5. 40 Boys in 40 Nights Week
4. July 3rd
3. July 4th
2. Me & Rachel
1. Wally

2005
10. Birth of the Dalvano/Montalvo Debate
9. Party with Rahul
8. California
7. Shotgun Saturday Night
6. My 20th Birthday
5. Georgia
4. End of Neuberger Berman/Lehman Brothers
3. 1 Year Anniversary with Rachel
2. "Somebody Told Mr. Brightside to have"2 Weeks
1.The Grandstand

2006

10.New Years Day
9.Pete's Birthday in the City
8.Rory's Wedding
7.So Long Longo
6.Bryn & Anthony: To New Beginnings
5.Beer Olympics
4.Poconos
3.Graduation from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting
2.Intern for Comedy Central
1.Rachel & Anthony: The Last Chapter


2007

10. Kevin's Annual Backyard Party
9. Party in Vegas
8. That Night in Atlantic City
7. Party @ my house
6. Brand New Living Room
5. Bryn's Birthday in the City
4 .Temp Work
3. NYiT
2. Me and Bryn One Year
1. Camping

2008

10. Marilyn Manson LIVE! @ Hammerstein Ballroom
9. St. Patrick's Day
8. Bryn's "Fake" Birthday Party
7. Christmas Eve
6. July 4th Parties
5. AWO/ACW Documentary
4. Poconos
3. Upstate
2. Anthony Montalvo 23:He's All Grown Up!
1. My 2-Year Anniversary

2009
10. Snowboarding
9. New Year's Party at the Wahmann's
8. My Tour of World Wrestling Entertainment's Television Studio
7. Christmas Eve II: Eve Harder
6. I hate Mrs. Lisse's Cooking
5. Bryn's 31st Birthday Party 
4. S.M.I.T. 
3. Hawaii
2. 3-Year Anniversary
1. College. done.

2010

10.WWE Royal Rumble @ Jonathan's House
9. Be Gone with YOU, Wisdom Tooth!
8. Nicole Vola's Wedding
7. Montreal, Quebec, Canada
6. I'm a Mac
5. Halloween Party
4. Arizona
3. 4 Year Anniversary
2. RIP 7/3
1. EuroTrip 2010

2011...WHAT!?

ID4

It's gotta be a slow year if I'm putting up a movie on here. Since the moment I saw that independence Day was playing at midnight at Landmark Sunshine Cinema (aka my favorite movie theater) I needed to go. And so did Pete. We also told fellow ID4 lovers, Vitamin Steve and Armando, to join in on the fun and they did. This night proved interesting for me because I got to check out the MLB cave. I also had delicious food at a Mexican/Irish place and I got to see ID4 in all of it's glory on the big screen in front of an almost sold out crowd. This movie is cheese to the max but times like having the audience go bananas when the President delivers his awesome speech are those moments in life you treasure forever.

Double Date BK Style

I never hangout in Brooklyn. I do drink time to time however. So as New Yorker I needed to check out the famous Brooklyn Brewery. We grouped up with Mikey and Jen and headed out taking the LIRR to the good old subway system. What was great about this trip is that it got me to understand Brooklyn, specifically Williamsburg. Why is this now the “it” place”? Taking a journey down one of the streets and stopped in this place called “Brooklyn Mac” which makes variations of macaroni and cheese dishes. For instead I had my mac and cheese with smoked Gouda and bacon. My god. Best mac and cheese ever. The Brooklyn Brewery turned out to be really awesome and to this point in time my favorite microbrewery that I've been to. Also on our voyage we checked out BarCade which is a bar that has old school coin-op arcades throughout the bar. It was pretty dope. Makes me want to work in Manhattan just so I can stay in that area.

Survivor Series

“You going to Survivor Series?” “nah, but I kinda want to” “You feel like going, I'm on stubhub right now”.. That was basically the conversation me and Parker had the morning of Survivor Series. With my original plans falling through I was pretty bummed about not going to a PPV at the Garden. Luckily this kid was in a similar spot as me and we pooled our money together and got us two kick ass seats at the show. Before hand we met up with AJ and some bar and just rekindled our memories. As we did that a drunk posse of Douglas, Perst and Brandon come stumbling in. Frighteningly, people who I haven't seen in years. We hungout, drank and all of us parted ways. The show itself was fun. Seeing The Fink come back and do CM Punk's entrance was incredible. Afterwards we met up up with Steve and Armando and watched some Mick Foley's comedy shtick. YEA!

Orlando

The last time I was in Orlando I had one of the best trips I've ever had. The right people, the right time. It was great. Though this trip didn't come close it was still a really cool time. Bryn has never been to Orlando, so as a birthday present I got her plane tickets. Which meant we got to visit the happiest place in the world. When we got there we had a problem. Where was our hotel? Crusin' the pike and we can't find the place we are staying at. Expedia doesn't lie to people, does it? Well after the third time I made and illegal U-turn Bryn says just to pull over and will ask this hotel where our hotel is. TURNS OUT they changed the name of the fucking hotel, I guess didn't notify Expedia which in turn never notified me. AND ironically enough that was our hotel that we pulled into for information. The place was dirty which meant we should never be in the room. During our trip we went to Magic Kingdom, rode Thunder Mountain in the pouring rain (which got us more wet than Splash Mountain with no rain), went to Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure and of course got to hangout with Joe. Something about blasting Taylor Swift after doing bad things that really gets your blood pumping. Good bros, good times.

24 Hours

I get really excited when I complete a thing off my bucketlist. And this little feat took 26 years to do. The setting was some artsy movie theater in Huntington that was showing 6 horror movies in a row. I believe the event was to end at 8am the following day. The day prior I woke up at 8 because my allergies were killing me and I had work at 10 and without any non-drowsy meds I had to deal with benedryl. Falling fast asleep at work I proceeded to drink coffee after coffee. What I should of done is gone home and went to bed. Instead I went home and watched television. Honestly when I arrived at the theater I didn't think this was happening. But it happened. I stood up for 24 hours. I felt dirty but I felt great.

Wahmann's Wedding

Hey, I'm in a wedding party! Mikey and Jen are two people who are perfect for each other and it just worked on all levels. The wedding was nice and balls to the wall fun. The amount of shots and dancing can't even come close to the pure electricity felt between the bride and groom. But seriously, I was wasted.

Black Sheep?

In recent years I've become more and more vocal about my personal life. I mean I don't post my secret life on twitter, but things that frustrate me within my family I am starting to speak my mind. They say that the squeaky wheel gets the oil and that's just that. Without too much detail I can say that me, complaining constantly about what was happening, got me and my half-sister together and I am trying to be involved more with my father's family. There is a lot of deep thinking within the past relationship that can instantly spoil the one that's being built right now. It's hard. Part of it is motivation and a clear,open mind, and the other is to learn from everything in hopes that the day I start a family the same scenario doesn't happen.

George

I've had this dog since 1998 and he has bite 2 ex-girlfriends. He was a shelter dog and I don't know what the fuck they did to him while he was there but it took years to repair most of the emotional damage. He was always scared but throughout the years he learned to trust me and my mom. Years after we got him, he refused to be taken for a walk but wanted to just hangout in our backyard. The day he walked out the front door was huge. He danced, we played. More or less my “mother's dog” he also guarded my mom. MINE! I would assume he would be thinking in his doggy head. Sadly father time caught up and it was a downward spiral. My mom naturally couldn't take him so I took him to the vet with Bryn. He disappeared from my life but I will never forget him.

Bye ProHealth

May 2009 I graduated from college. I had a bachelor's degree in Communication Arts from NYIT. Not six months later and I am working for an uprising medical facility in the mail room. There were a lot of fun times and a lot of shit. Lot of shit. But I made some really great people. However they would be numerous conversations with Bryn and limitless self-discussions where I ask the question “What the fuck am I doing here?”. I was 25 years old. I have a college degree and I work as a mailman who picks up blood and piss from Lake Success and 200 miles worth of other places. My car was racking up the miles and my morale was sinking. The constant micromanaging CEO of the company was annoying and my co-worker's inability to work as a team or work at all was growing on me like cancer. Finally I took a shot in the dark and said “Boss, I am giving you my notice”. On April 1st I left that place. The place that could've dissolved my personality. The place that made me unhappy and unmotivated me. Good riddence.

Hello HBO

Yeah. On April 1st I left ProHealth. I was tired and frustrated. I hated the way people would react when I say that I work in a mail room. I was a fucking loser and I needed to change that. Without a backup plan I left. Acting auditions? Random freelance gigs? Attempt to become an internet sensation? These were all real possibilities until I got a phone call from HBO. They wanted me to come in for an interview. Umm...yeah? So on April 21st I meet a Mr. Chris McAuley who would conduct the interview. He showed me around and told me what was expected of me and I took it all in. I was so close in working in television. So fucking close. I've interned with Comedy Central which has been the closest I've ever been prior. On May 1st they wanted to hire me and I've been so thrilled, privileged and happy that I work for TimeWarner. It's truly a wonderful place and a place where I can grow if I want to. Nice guys do not finish last. You seriously have no idea who has your future in the palm of his or her hand.  

Feb. 27th, 2012

What Did You Say?

The Tradition Lives on Top Movies of 2011

In a way I enjoy livejournal over everything else in the blog world. What attracts me is how livejournal has resorted to this point as to  those small community members that stay loyal and don't want to post a note on a facebook timeline. Tumblr and even Blogspot are too mainstream for me. I don't know. This is Anthony of 2011 speaking. Who knows? This maybe my last post ever. If it is well then I should let you guys know what my TOP TEN MOVIES ARE. But first the worst film of the year

Worst Movie of the Year
2004 - Z-Boys: Lords of Dogtown
2005 - Disney's Teacher's Pet
2006 - Date Movie
2007 - I Know Who Killed Me
2008 - The Beautiful Truth
2009 - FIRED UP!
2010 - Nightmare on Elm Street
2011 - Priest



This just sucked. To sum it up, this Priest is all bad ass and starts killing these evil people because they do evil. Cue in horrible dialog, story, action, scare moments and in a 3D element with a hefty price of admission and you are looking at one P.O.'ed customer. Scary thing is that I think they are making a sequel to this shitfest.

MOVIE OF THE YEAR
2002 - The Ring
2003 - Kill Bill vol. 1
2004 - Garden State
2005 - Sin City
2006 - Rocky Balboa
2007 - Sunshine
2008 - The Dark Knight
2009 - STAR TREK
2010 - Black Swan

and.... now my top ten

10. Horrible Bosses

Fuck ya'll. I liked this movie. I laughed out loud a couple times. I had some good times. Charlie Day being Charlie Kelly is always great. Aniston was looking sexy. Kevin Spacey being such a dick. It was a nice comedic version of “Strangers of a Train”. I say it deserves the 10 spot


9. Insidious

The feeling I get with this movie when reviewed on film and horror websites is that this movie is kind of saving the horror genre. Let's be honest, mainstream horror movies these days rely on the loud noises to scare audiences and some sort of terrible plot that is held together by a string and then ends in bullshit just so they can make shitty fucking sequels. Insidious didn't seem to rely on that. The opening intro was creepy as fuck. In fact the beginning credits was scarier than most films nowadays. As for the plot, here we go, some shit is scaring this family and we have to figure out why. I don't want to spoil anything but there is something in this film that is brilliant and smart that it makes you think why it took until 2011 to have this family do the smartest thing ever in taking on the paranormal. The ending became a little Micky Mouse-y but the rest was superb.

8. X-Men:First Class

SHOCKINGLY I was against this movie. Same old story, here is Hollywood milking another franchise. Side-stories, prequels...ughhhhhh. Stop. Thanks to Netflix, I checked it out. I popped it in my PS3, grabbed some sodas and took my cinematic journey into the origins of these mutants and when the journey was over I felt something on my face. Was it a tumor? No. Was it a whisker? No. It was a smile. This may have been the best film in the entire series (or a close 2nd to X2). I feel like prequels overall are a dud and this was one was pretty sweet. The love/hate relationship between Professor X and Magneto, the VERY hilarious cameo made by Wolverine, and the internal conflict with Mystique. It was very good and I plan on picking this up when WAL*MART has a deal.

7. Water for Elephants

With an early 2011 release, this film disappeared as the year went on which is a shame. Or at least I haven't heard anybody talk about since the first quarter. Though it had some disturbing animal brutality, the rest of the film was a pleasant romantic story set during a turn of the century traveling circus. Team Edward and Reese Witherspoon had great chemistry that I would even say could be a great comparison to the love story couples of the 30's and 40's.

6. Grave Encounters

Everyone has a movie that connects to them. People may not get it, but it's their movie no matter what. Grave Encounters is my movie. It's apart of the flavor of the month genre, Docu-Horror. Plot here is simple. Grave Encounters was the pioneer paranormal reality television show. The episode the audience is about to watch is their last episode ever. For you see, some real spooky stuff happens and the rest of the crew was never found. Only the footage. Why Did I love it? I love it because it was a wonderful parody to these ghost hunting shows. The tacky opening intro (including TV rating), “creepy” time lapse, the over cheese host, and many other wonderful jabs at these shows. I thought the story moved great, the spooks were creepy as all hell (DON'T SEE THE TRAILER!) and the character development. Let me take time to talk about about the character development. The cheesy host becoming this scarred shit, “I'm going to put on my tough face” persona was hilarious yet strangely strikes to the heart as you can see yourself as this guy who still has to wear his leader hat even though things don't make any sense in this alternate reality. You won't see this movie on any Starz movie channels. Netflix is your best bet. If you see if, click on view now. It's a good scare

5. Beginners

The trailer struck me as a new Garden State, and since I love me some Garden State I decided to check this out in theaters. The premise was that Ewan McGregor's character is basically BEGINNING his life over. His father comes out of the closet and his dying, while this whole time he is trying to fall in love. Visually and the storytelling related to me very well. I say this because in one scene he was told that his father had a tumor the size of a quarter. The lead then images if it's a quarter, 25 pennies, 2 dimes and a nickle...his mind races with all of these photos that represent the given topic. The key reason why this was not number 1 but instead mid-way in my list is the ending. I called it a mile away and it was lazy. Endings make or break film. Other than that, CHECK IT OUT!

4. Super

Almost a duplicate of the hit, “Kick-ASS”, this showcases a more darker, black comedy appeal. Plus I was very drunk while watching this. Anyway Rainn Wilson plays a guy who gets influenced to become a superhero partially based off checking out comics from his local comic book store. Ellen Page, a mere worker at said store, joins together with Wilson to take on all crime. Input a quirky funny catchphrase, “Shut up, Crime!”, and evil leader Kevin Bacon, and you got yourself some exciting moments. Just as the prior film I mentioned, the fight scenes are surprisingly graphic. For you see, Wilson's super hero's gimmick is that he walks around with a monkey wrench and...well...it's awesome. If you liked Kick-ASS, you should love this.


3. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

There was a lot of promotion for this U.S. Version of the film. Trent Reznor had done the score, Daniel Craig was in it and supposedly the female did one helluva job. Now i've seen the foreign version. It was really good except that I would of changed the ending of it. So I pay my $11.50 at the door and get ready for one of the most hyped films of the year. The opening credits hit and I'm watching a bizarre music video to the tune of a revamped and remade version of “Immigrant Song”. So already I'm like, “this is going to suck”. But no...it didn't. It captured me into the film. Not the song but the actual film itself. What happened to this girl? Why are people trying to kill Daniel Craig? I thought everyone liked him. I would even go far as to say I preferred this version better to it's international counterpart. My only dislike is the same with the other film (and I guess also with the book, though I never read it). See the film has a big storyline in that we are supposed to find out what happened to this girl many moons ago. What ends up happening is that Craig's character gets so deep into this rabbit hole that people are out to get him. Then it turns into this suspense/cerebral epic that spins off multiple side stories. You get so involved into those that you lose the main part of the whole story. So while those stories come to a close, you still have a half hour left for the real ending of our journey. It sounds like I'm putting this film down but the thrill ride is quite exciting and the post-cum is great as well but it's almost like you have to tell your brain to calm down and to focus on the mystery again. Besides that, some cool shots and the soundtrack really set the tone for this entire piece.

2. Midnight in Paris

All I kept hearing is how the trailer makes the film something it's not. Something about time traveling? What? Woody Allen making a sci-fi movie? With Owen Wilson? I'm being worked. So on Valentine's Day I went to my local RedBox with a free rental code in the back of my mind and rented it. I starred at this DVD and I was so not interested. It's going to be a gay love story with way too much dialog and I'm going to hate everyone. Oscars are dumb...blah blah blah. Eventually that day I got the courage to pop it in the DVD player and 90 minutes later I walked away a man who saw a brilliant use of cinema. This film portrays the city of Paris as the most romantically interesting place on the entire globe. Ever. The beauty of this is that Owen's journey through time is not made through a telephone booth, or a DeLorean, or any other over-the-top props, but rather uses a nonchalant approach. He's just hanging by some steps and come midnight a circa 1920's automobile rolls up and welcomes Owen's character to venture into the unknown. His excitement and delivery on meeting his idols is funny and comes off pure genuine. It's only after we get more into the film that we learn a very strong message that we shouldn't live in the past and try to relive the golden years but rather we can use to past to help us live in the present. Strongly recommend.

1. Drive



If you know me then you know that I love 1980's. The films, pop culture, music, AIDS, wardrobes, the '86 Mets, it was possibly the greatest decade ever in the history of humanity. This is what Drive was about. The kick ass new wave soundtrack, a bad ass group of thugs and a badder ass male lead. Fuck you with your Notebook Ryan Gosling Mr. Romance guy. This is how I like my Ryan Rosling. By day a stunt fucking driver! And by night he is a no nonsense, doing what's right type of guy. The Oscar snub angered many films and critics as this was IMO the best movie to come out of 2011 and it seems the case with others. This movie has blood and guts. This movie will make you think “what would I do in this situation?”. And this movie will make you run out and get yourself a pair of driving gloves. This is an action/suspense movie that will make you want more. Go out of your way to see it.

next top ten of the year in my life

Apr. 7th, 2011

White Glasses

I'm not Dead! BEST OF 2010 LIST

In years past I would look back at my top ten list and see what the common theme was. More times than not the theme was partying. Don't get me wrong, I did my fair share of boozing throughout the year but reviewing the list I have below it seems my life has taken a far more adventurous turn. Getting fucked up in other cities, states, territories and countries! I kid, I kid. I'm into sightseeing and trying new things. 2010 was an aggravating year overall. I want a new job but more importantly I want progress in my adult life. I wasn't able to move ahead but rather side to side. If I can't go out the door through the front, let me try the window. Frustration has shaped my personality this year also but I feel in a positive way. I want and need to make life happen. Which is why I'm feeling like 2011 is going to be a new change for me. New decade, new perspective on life. Alright, I'm done. Top 10 moments coming at you.

2002
10.Party Hard till I Puke Week
9. Becoming the 2002 VICA Data Entry Eastern Suffolk County 1st Place winner
8. Ozzfest
7. Vacation in New York City...Oh yeah...New York City
6. XPW version 1
5. Wrestlemania X8
4. Warped Tour
3. Fright Fest
2. After the Mary Louis Prom Party
1.Going to Work

2003
10. Death of the Laser,the Saturn, The Re-birth and Re-Death of the Laser & Now the 1991 Nissan 240se
9. Me and Jillian Going Out
8. GP5
7. Bowling
6. Formation of Team GRAS
5. 8 Month Relationship of Me and Danielle
4. Pete's 21st Party
3. Jessica Peters Hangout/Blackout
2. Tell All Your Friends There's No 'I' in Team Week
1. GRADUATION

2004
10 .!Viva Las Vegas!
9. Bye Bye Loews, Hello Lehman Brothers
8. LAN Party
7. Joe Going Away, Coming Back, then Going Away Again
6. Dix Hills Party
5. 40 Boys in 40 Nights Week
4. July 3rd
3. July 4th
2. Me & Rachel
1. Wally

2005
10. Birth of the Dalvano/Montalvo Debate
9. Party with Rahul
8. California
7. Shotgun Saturday Night
6. My 20th Birthday
5. Georgia
4. End of Neuberger Berman/Lehman Brothers
3. 1 Year Anniversary with Rachel
2. "Somebody Told Mr. Brightside to have"2 Weeks
1.The Grandstand

2006

10.New Years Day
9.Pete's Birthday in the City
8.Rory's Wedding
7.So Long Longo
6.Bryn & Anthony: To New Beginnings
5.Beer Olympics
4.Poconos
3.Graduation from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting
2.Intern for Comedy Central
1.Rachel & Anthony: The Last Chapter


2007

10. Kevin's Annual Backyard Party
9. Party in Vegas
8. That Night in Atlantic City
7. Party @ my house
6. Brand New Living Room
5. Bryn's Birthday in the City
4 .Temp Work
3. NYiT
2. Me and Bryn One Year
1. Camping

2008

10. Marilyn Manson LIVE! @ Hammerstein Ballroom
9. St. Patrick's Day
8. Bryn's "Fake" Birthday Party
7. Christmas Eve
6. July 4th Parties
5. AWO/ACW Documentary
4. Poconos
3. Upstate
2. Anthony Montalvo 23:He's All Grown Up!
1. My 2-Year Anniversary

2009
10. Snowboarding
9. New Year's Party at the Wahmann's
8. My Tour of World Wrestling Entertainment's Television Studio
7. Christmas Eve II: Eve Harder
6. I hate Mrs. Lisse's Cooking
5. Bryn's 31st Birthday Party
4. S.M.I.T.
3. Hawaii
2. 3-Year Anniversary
1. College. done.

From enrolling into Nassau College in the Fall of '03, I would take a year off in '06 to go to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting and an internship with Comedy Central. Spring of '07 I would return and transfer over to NYiT in '08 to complete my degree. I did such a feat in May of '09 with honors, I may add. The day I graduated I felt accomplished. Both my girlfriend and parents were there for the special occasion. First one in the family to graduate from school. Along that time I also interned at Aurora Productions which was a great learning opportunity for me to get associated with equipment, interviews and a small staff. I was in several commercials with one of them still running frequently to this day (Behr's Baby Furniture). Graduating college was one of best, most expensive things i've done. Now if only it paid off I would like this even more...



WWE Royal Rumble @ Jonathan's House
My yearly tradition in January. By far my favorite pay-per-view that isn't Wrestlemania. Every year my buddy Jonathan has a Rumble Party. Fifteen people show up and we all indulge in 6 foot heros, chips, soda and WRESTLING. This year was no different with the entertainment. The rumble may suck but we don't care. We play the Rumble game where everyone draws two numbers out of a hat and the guy who comes out to that number is your guy (or girl) to win the entire thing. It's rather comical how involved we get but shoot, this only happens once a year. At the end as always we take THEE Royal Rumble picture. A throwback parody of the old Rumble posters where all 30 guys are attacking each other all at once. I personally love taking these pictures. A lot of fun to do and check out.

Be Gone with YOU, Wisdom Tooth!
Something that should've been taken care of in 2007. This isn't really a crazy story at all but I had one wisdom tooth growing in at an angle and causing me some pain. The pain would appear every 4-5 months. Each time becoming more and more unbearable. Finally I had enough and got it out, along with the other 3. Yeah, I was highly advised to just get all of them out at the same time since a problem MAY occur in the future. Whatever. This would mark the first time I was “knocked out” and the first time since I was like 4 that I got stitches. After 5 days of not eating right, I can say now that I am A O.K.

Nicole Vola's Wedding

Perhaps the best wedding I've been to. A bunch of good people mixed in with some booze, a hotel swimming pool, a beautiful bride & groom, and a mashed potato bar. It was also held in Florida, so the weather and scene was incredible. Moment of the entire trip was back at the hotel where the hotel security guard was not thrilled about a bunch of us drinking and hanging by the pool after hours. After several threats to call the cops we left to go back into our rooms to continue the drinking. So we all crammed into an elevator and right before the doors close the guard gives us another stern warning. Then Nicole's friend, Dan says to him “How are you going to inform the cops without your walkie talkie?” as he shows it right in front of his face. So what should be a super serious moment, I burst out laughing. The guard was not please as he snatches his walkie talkie back and walks away.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

What I thought was going to be a long ass drive and me not being able to see anything at the show turned into a fun little road trip north of the boarder. Gomez and Kellyanne go to these UFC shows, so when they decided to run a show in the Northeast they extended the invite. I happily accepted and away we went. Here in beautiful Montreal we discovered the DOUBLE Big Mac, Psinakis can beat the Canadians in poker, it pays to know french, and damn do people hate their Koscheck! But one question still remains – who is Canada's worst driver? 6

I'm a Mac

Since graduating from NYiT things have slowed down. My student loan kicked in and I was kind of forced to get a job. That was August of 2009. As I write this, it's January 2011 and little has changed in terms of my career. Tired of waiting for things to happen I pondered at what I can do to try and speed things along. ALAS! I thought of it. The industry standard in terms of video editing is Final Cut Pro, a program that I barely know. Problem with FCP is that it's an Apple exclusive program. I looked at my bank account and saw I could afford a MacBook Pro. After weeks of one of the guy's from work saying “just fucking do it”, I sucked it up and bought it. My bank account was sliced in half but I felt it was a great investment. I currently have photoshop on this but soon I'll get this damn program and maybe learn other things as well. As one old person told me “never stop learning”. I love this machine and I hope it's my bread and butter in 2011

Halloween Party

Bryn was going to have a Halloween party. Jen was going to have a Halloween party. Problem: Same date. Solution: Merge the two together. What the conclusion came out to be was a damn good party. Everyone there (except for Bobby Psinakis who came as himself) dressed up. I for one was 80's heart throb Michael J. Fox in his blockbuster hit “Back to the Future” as Marty McFly. This night I was bested out by some incredible costumes. Sonic The Hedgehog, Teen Wolf, Deadmau5, Caribbean Sheriff, Fred Flintstone, Zombie Surgeon, Sexy Minnie Mouse, Robin In Da Hood, Gorilla, Snow White, Julius Ceaser, Twitter...and others. The winner of the night went to my darling girlfriend, Bryn, with her costume as Cheetara from Thundercats. Most of the night I spent my time in the “Fog Room” and by the end my stomach was on fire because I was the genius who had to mix Four Loko and Cisco Black Cherry Wine together.

Arizona

I hate the state of Arizona. Just in case you don't know me, I hate the state of Arizona. The first time I went there I was bored bored bored. Nothing to see but rocks. I saw the Grand Canyon and I got to witness an Arizona Monsoon (oh how I wished it was a Gorilla Monsoon). This all happened when I was 10 years old. Fifteen years later I arrived back at this state because ironically enough I date someone who used to be from said state and still has family back over there. Along with that, Wrestlemania XXVI was going to be held in her hometown of Glendale (NOT Phoenix as WWE was advertising). So me, her, and her cousin Mikey all went to the Southwest. Now funny story my flight was supposed to leave JFK at like 10 am, arrive in Detroit to get my connecting flight 45 minutes after arrival and be in Arizona sometime that afternoon. What happened was that the flight I was on was DELAYED until 1:50 that afternoon. Before I continue any more, this was the first time I ever flown by myself. Alright so my flight was delayed which means I would miss my connecting flight. The customer service at Delta practically said “..yeah we have mechanical problems with the plane but we'll get you to your final destination with no problem. You'll just get there a later than scheduled”. They got me a new flight and this time I'd be arriving in Phoenix sometime that night. Alright, so I informed the Furlongs that I was coming in whenever. In the meantime, I drank. And Drank. And Drank. I finally got on the plane and got into Detroit. I had hours before my flight was going to leave so I drank some more. After a couple of pints I heard that flight whatever was seeing those passengers who missed there flight from earlier. I saw the service rep who assigned my seat and I was good to go. Before boarding, I was talking to a bunch of wrestling fans who were pumped for this year's Wrestlemania. They called for zone 1. I was zone 1. See, Delta did an awesome job of bumping me to first class. A class I know nothing about. I sat down in these big comfy seats only to have a flight attendant offer me a drink. Supposedly everything was complimentary. I ordered a jack and ginger. I got the jack and ginger. I enjoyed the jack and ginger. SO much that I kept ordering them again and again. By far that flight was the best airplane experience I've ever had. We finally touched town at Sky Harbor International around 10 pm. Drunk, I stumbled across the airport looking for ….life? I couldn't even tell you. Then a guy bumps into me. “Hello, sir”. I looked at him for a good couple of seconds trying to figure out who it was. My head cleared. It was cousin Mikey! He found me. We started walking down to the luggage carousel together when Bryn found us. We got out stuff and got into the van where Bryn's brother Matt and baby Ana were waiting for us. The rest of the weekend was me and Mike were wrestling geeks. We went to the fan Axxess and got some random autographs (Jim Ross, Primo, Zack Ryder, Abraham Washington) and hungout with the family. Our Wrestlemania seats were incredible. My guess would be 50 yard line and on a riser so seeing was no problem. You can actually spot us when Jack Swagger is grabbing the briefcase in the Money in the Bank match. You can somewhat see a green sign. Well that was us. That green sign was a lime that said “Too Many”. If you don't get the reference, just ask me and i'll brief you. As for the next night on RAW, thanks to Mr. Dalvano, we had awesome seats at the U.S. Airways Center. I bid farewell that night and got on the last flight out of Phoenix to Atlanta. On my plane was Evan Bourne, Yoshi Totsu, and Kofi Kingston. Got to Atlanta – which is the best airport ever, and then flew into JFK only to get in my car and drive to work. WORK ETHIC!
But that wasn't all. See me and Mikey got yelled at twice while in Phoenix. Once for cutting an invisible line and second when we were dropped off at a no drop off zone. I hate the state of Arizona and now I despise the city...no...dump known as Phoenix. So what do I do 8 months later? I return to the Grand Canyon State for Christmas. This holiday meant the world to me when I was a little kid. As I grew up, along with most people, that magic was slowly fading. It came to all time low a couple of years ago when my mom started to work, my allergies were getting worse due to my aunt's cats and just overall the atmosphere was not there. All the excitement and joy all took place on Christmas Eve. So two years ago me and Pete started a tradition on just getting bombed in the city. These were magical nights. This year I tried something new. From December 23rd till January 2nd I spent the holidays with the Furlong clan. I met A LOT of people. Bryn's friends, Sean's friends, Matt's friends, Mom's friends, Dad's friends, and everything in between. After meeting a thousand people and forgetting their names I was introduced to an old friend, Christmas Cheer. The magic was there. Yeah, I got some awesome gifts but it was something else. Maybe it was the fact that Bryn's niece was there opening her gifts. Or maybe it was the look on everyone's face when they were surprised at the special or crazy ideas someone thought to get them. Either way it was one of the best Christmases in a long time. Beside Christmas, I ate like a king. Jack in a Box, Lindy's on 4th, Heart Attack Grill, Del Taco, Senora Hot Dog, Matt's Big Breakfast...I also discovered two of my new favorite beers. Blue Moon:Winter Abbey Ale and Fat Fire. Then of course was New Years Eve...
College and High School sports are a big deal in the 48th state. So you combine that, New Years and the delicious Tostada chip and you got yourself the Tostada Fiesta Bowl Block Party. In the city of Tempe, they have this strip of bars and restaurants on Mill Ave. For New Years they shut down this block and invite the masses (for a small fee) to come down and rock in the New Year. They had carnival games, rides, drinking games, drinks, food, dancing and bands. Me and Bryn drank a lot this night. But what made this night even special was I got to rock out to Jimmy Eat World ringing in the new year in front of their own hometown crowd. We even got to become friends with these two random people who we ended up taking a group photo with at the end of the night. By the wee hours of the morning, Bryn lost her phone, we got on the wrong train and we were freezing to death. We survived. GREAT New Year's!


4 Year Anniversary
Holy moly! We did all four years of high school together! I brought it back full circle this year. On our very first date me and my beautiful girlfriend, Bryn, went to go see the cinematic blockbuster “Jackass volume 2” and continued on the evening just hanging out in Long Beach. So this year (though the movie part was on a different day) we went to go see Jackass 3D and spent the night hanging out in the west end of Long Beach. We enjoyed delicious dinner at Minnesota's and capped it off by hanging out by the beach and taking it all in. I hate the beach but damn do I like hanging out there during the night hours.

RIP 7/3

Very few people will get the reference to this and quite frankly I don't want to get into the specifics of it. This date was very special to me and it was just a shame that it lost all its meaning with me this year. I guess we all have to grow up and move on someday.

EuroTrip 2010

In 1994, a 9 year old Anthony Montalvo stepped off the plane and made his Europe debut in Rome, Italy. In 2000, a 15 year Anthony Montalvo stepped off the plane and made his return to Europe in Reykjavik, Iceland. Ten years later a 25 year old Anthony Montalvo stepped off the plane in Amsterdam, Holland. Then again in Dublin, Ireland. Then again in London, England. And then stepped stepped off the train in Paris, France. And it was done in a week. And to think a trip like this wasn't going to happen until a night at “The Den”.
Me and Kerri once in a while hang out at this dive bar near my house. Well on this particular night we got a bunch of people to come through. One of them being Chris Brady. Now Mr. Brady came back from a very successful trip to Oktoberfest. He was ready to go back to Europe and make it huge. At the time I was taking a week off for Arizona. Hell, Wrestlemania only happens once a year. Brady tried to talk me into it and basically ended it off with a “this is a trip of a lifetime”. I slept on it. The next day I said I was in. Spend a week in Europe and then a weekend in Arizona. This can work out, right? So fast forward and everything is gold. The official roster was Me, Bryn, Quinn, Quinn's cousin Dan, Amy, Bob-O, Psinakis, Keegan, Liz, Bri, Lori, Jeffrey and Chezz. The Friday we were supposed to leave we get word that a massive storm is heading towards the big apple. We anxiously await further news as the day develops. Nothing new. We have our celebratory beer at Buffalo Wild Wings in the wonderful terminal at JFK International Airport. We board the KLM and we are off...

AMSTERDAM

We're here? WE'RE HERE! As we wait for our luggage Bryn wants to speed things up a little bit and goes to get a train ticket. As we all wait for the remaining people to get their belongings she comes back to me and says her debit card is stuck in the machine. You have to be fucking kidding me. So I walk over to the ticket machine and there it was. The sound of it trying to push out the plastic card was depressing. She asked for help from the employees who worked the airport which some spoke very little english and some had really no clue how to get this card out. They brought her over to some area to talk to some guy...I'm not sure, sorry...but I was the guard of this machine. The rest of our crew got their stuff and stood around the ticket machine in horror. Quinn's cousin Dan decides to start punching and kicking the machine. Then he started to just insert anything that would fit into the card slot. Nothing. I was fully prepared to help her out for the remainder of the trip but I mean, that just sucks. The first moments of “the trip of your life” and your bank card gets lodged in a foreign machine. Then it just pops out. Yes. After about 10 minutes of error...error...error...it spits it out. Victory is ours! Bryn comes back and we take off. When we got out of the train tunnel and saw the first images of the Netherlands it was unreal. I can't speak for anybody else but seeing the architecture of these apartment buildings was an experience. Not a bad nor good but a feeling of “we're not in America anymore”. No mommy and daddy to hold our hand. Just a dozen of us in a new country. All we got is a map and three people with cell phones. We arrive and walk down to our hotel which was nothing more than a door right next to a fries place. So we open this door and we are met with a narrow staircase that turned when you reached the top. Us Americans lined the walls of this hallway with our bags of luggage. After what seemed like an eternity (eternity = 15 minutes) we all get our card keys. Half of us have to go around the block for our room and some of us are in the building. Bryn and I had to walk up 4 flights of narrow stairs to get to our room which was really an attic. TV was busted and there was legit no room to move. This gave us an even better incentive to never be there. So we all meet up and ask the question “Where are these coffee shops?” We turn down an alley way because Amsterdam is nothing more than canals and alley ways, and we get this overpowering aroma of marijuana. We stop at this one place called “The Blues Brothers”. This dimly lit smokey room could not host over a dozen Americans. We split up and try to find ourselves another place. A ha! “Cafe 4:20” We go inside and there are two bars set up. One for coffee and tea and the other is for cannabis. So we all sit at the coffee bar wondering how we order this. After much collaboration I believe Bryn got to courage and see how to order it. She relays the message and we go in pairs ordering what we believe would be the right amount. Well...I'll leave it off there....Throughout the trip we ate the best pancakes ever at “The Pancake Bakery”. Took a tour of the Anne Frank house and Van Gogh museum. Went on the Heinkein experience and tasted how much different it is in Amsterdam then it is in the United States. And of course how can I forget “The Doors” and checking out the red light district. Downside was that we didn't get to check out the countryside and the rest of the sex and drug capitol of the world. Other than that I refer to it as AWESOMEdam 'cause it was that crazy. Oh and the french fries with mayo were good too. After our shenanigans we got on the plane for our second adventure

DUBLIN

It's the month of March. It's St. Patrick's Day. LET'S CELEBRATE! With our time there we stopped over at the Guinness brewery where we learned the fine etiquette on how to pour the perfect pint. We also headed on over to the Jameson distillery where we were showed the most perfect drink in the world, Jameson & Cranberry (JamCran). We ate some delicious irish cuisine and danced the night away. I somehow managed to get locked in the bathroom for 20 minutes and we listened to Quinn's cousin's hardcore band in the hotel bar. Jim & Eddie (Bryn's uncles) even came down to see us! As we were told, St. Patrick's Day is a religious holiday in Ireland. People do indeed go to church and pay respects to the past. But thanks to America, the day has now become much LARGER. A parade goes down the main strip with giant insects and men on stilts. People hangout on the window stills, and kids climb on top of telephone booths for more better views. Yes there is drinking. A whole lot of drinking. Our spot was this place called Gogherty's by golly was it a good time. First floor was american pop music and dancing. Second floor was a house band that played irish songs and sing-a-long american pop music. Third floor was the restaurant where they had a secret bathroom. We all stayed on the 2nd floor, drinking...drinking...and drinking our pints of that delicious stout. We sang, we danced. WE CRIED! Well maybe not the crying part, but we had a damn good time. Some of us had an ancestry that links back to Ireland and so those people who did loved this country and really appreciated their roots. As for me, I thought it was a beautiful place and some of the nicest people in the world. With that said it was off to another country.

LONDON

The final leg on our trip we went to London, England. We learned the rich history of the motherland as we visited Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of the London and remains of former castles. At this point in the trip everyone was doing there own thing. For Bryn and I, we did the Jack the Ripper tour which was a let down but nice to see the other areas of London. We arrived in London on Friday. The next day we ditched the group and did something quite unique..

PARIS IN 10 HOURS

Since the 6th grade when I was reading Scholastic News I came across this article. It talked about this insane engineering project that would connect England to France with a tunnel that would be underneath the English channel cleverly dubbed the “Chunnel”. Fast forward many years later and here I am with a ticket to get on this thing. I busted out my sweater vest since I knew this was a special occasion. Now let me be honest, it's just a train. That's really it. But being able to just travel from London to Paris was wild. Doors open, here we are in France and the first thing I noticed was this horrendous odor. What a smell. Mixture of b.o. and raw sewage. It was fucking gross. Bryn punched me in the arm to try and be nice but I told her “You're telling me you like this smell?”. From there we rode the metro to the Louve. After figuring out how to get inside the damn building, we got on a ridiculously line and got our tickets. This friggen place is HUGE! We each picked a couple of things that we wanted to see and we hit those up. By far the most amazing yet disappointing piece of art was the Mona Lisa. The piece itself was brilliant, but standing like 30 feet back and trying not to get a glare from the 2 feet of glass that protects it was not so great. We could of easily spent all day in the place but since we only had like 8 hours left we had to make like a tree and get the hell out of there. Instead of getting back on the metro I wanted to walk through the historic city of Paris. After much convincing, Bryn is okay with it and we started walking towards the Eiffel Tower. We walked...and walked...and walked. We had a tourist map we picked up from somewhere so we used that as the reference. I really was in awe of the rich history this city had and was taking it all in from all the buildings and stores we were passing by. But then! I see it! We could see the tip of the tower in the distance and we walked towards it. “Holy shit! It's Eiffel Tower!”. Nothing really seems real to me until I've physically seen it and here it was. This iconic structure and me just starring at this thing in amazement. Soon after we started getting harassed by these gypsies who were panhandling American tourists for money so we ran away from the centre (ah see what I did there!) as much as we could but can see see the beauty of this monument. We both just chilled on a bench and the girlfriend was reminiscing about the times she spent in this country eons ago. The rest of the day involved Bryn ordering my authentic french dinner, having an espresso at a coffee shoppe and walking up a gazillion steps to see this INCREDIBLE view of Paris. Sadly it was time to depart..

Hey London! Missed Me?

Got back to London, meet up with the rest of the crew and drank 22oz of Newcastle. We closed out the bar and then the 4 of us hopped in this guy's car and got back to the hotel where we then closed out the hotel bar. We continued drinking in the hotel lobby and then decided to call it a night. Next day we went home

...and how I missed Europe so much to this day


and here are my movies...

Worst Movie of the Year
2004 - Z-Boys: Lords of Dogtown
2005 - Disney's Teacher's Pet
2006 - Date Movie
2007 - I Know Who Killed Me
2008 - The Beautiful Truth
2009 - FIRED UP!
2010 - Nightmare on Elm Street


MOVIE OF THE YEAR
2002 - The Ring
2003 - Kill Bill vol. 1
2004 - Garden State
2005 - Sin City
2006 - Rocky Balboa
2007 - Sunshine
2008 - The Dark Knight
2009 - STAR TREK

2010 MOVIE OF THE YEAR - Black Swan
Inception
Toy Story 3
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Tron: Legacy
The Social Network
Buried
Tangled
The Expendables
127 Hours
Album of the Year
2002- Avril Lavigne - Let Go
2003- All American Rejects - All American Rejects
2004 - Avril Lavigne - Under My Skin
2005 - Mindless Self Indulgence - You'll Rebel to Anything
2006 - Streetlight Manifesto - Keasby Nights
2007 - Marilyn Manson - EAT ME DRINK ME
2008 - Mindless Self Indulgence - If
2009 - Muse - The Resistance
2010 - Marilyn Manson - The High End of Low

Artist(s) of the Year
2003- The Ataris
2004 - William Hung
2005 - Kanye West
2006 - Fall Out Boy
2007 - Justin Timberlake
2008 - Katy Perry
2009 - Lady Gaga
2010 - Eminem

Song of the Year
2003- Evanesence - "Bring Me Life"
2004 - Avril Lavigne - "My Happy Ending"
2005 - Kanye West - "Gold Digger"
2006 - Shakira feat. Wycleaf - Hips Don't Lie
2007 - Rihannon - "Umbrella"
2008 - Katy Perry - "I Kissed a Girl"
2009 - Lady Gaga - "Poker Face"
2010 - Jay-Z - "Empire State of Mind" (THIS SONG DOMINATED)

New TV Show of the Year
2003 - The Joe Schmo Show
2004 - The Venture Bros.
2005 - Robot Chicken
2006 - Lucky Louie
2007 - Chuck
2008 - I Survived a Japanese Game Show
2009 - ROH TV
2010 - Ugly Americans

Wrestler of the Year
2003 - John Cena
2004 - Randy Orton
2005 - Christian
2006 - Samoa Joe
2007 - John Cena
2008 - CM Punk
2009 - Randy Orton
2010 - The Miz

Tag Team of the Year
2003- World's Greatest Tag Team
2004 - America's Most Wanted
2005 - MNM
2006 - LAX
2007 - AJ Styles/Tyson Tomko
2008 - John Morrison & The Miz
2009 - Jeri-Show
2010 - Motor City Machineguns
Ha! Ha! Ha!

better late than never

In years past I would look back at my top ten list and see what the common theme was. More times than not the theme was partying. Don't get me wrong, I did my fair share of boozing throughout the year but reviewing the list I have below it seems my life has taken a far more adventurous turn. Getting fucked up in other cities, states, territories and countries! I kid, I kid. I'm into sightseeing and trying new things. 2010 was an aggravating year overall. I want a new job but more importantly I want progress in my adult life. I wasn't able to move ahead but rather side to side. If I can't go out the door through the front, let me try the window. Frustration has shaped my personality this year also but I feel in a positive way. I want and need to make life happen. Which is why I'm feeling like 2011 is going to be a new change for me. New decade, new perspective on life. Alright, I'm done. Top 10 moments coming at you.

2002
10.Party Hard till I Puke Week
9. Becoming the 2002 VICA Data Entry Eastern Suffolk County 1st Place winner
8. Ozzfest
7. Vacation in New York City...Oh yeah...New York City
6. XPW version 1
5. Wrestlemania X8
4. Warped Tour
3. Fright Fest
2. After the Mary Louis Prom Party
1.Going to Work

2003
10. Death of the Laser,the Saturn, The Re-birth and Re-Death of the Laser & Now the 1991 Nissan 240se
9. Me and Jillian Going Out
8. GP5
7. Bowling
6. Formation of Team GRAS
5. 8 Month Relationship of Me and Danielle
4. Pete's 21st Party
3. Jessica Peters Hangout/Blackout
2. Tell All Your Friends There's No 'I' in Team Week
1. GRADUATION

2004
10 .!Viva Las Vegas!
9. Bye Bye Loews, Hello Lehman Brothers
8. LAN Party
7. Joe Going Away, Coming Back, then Going Away Again
6. Dix Hills Party
5. 40 Boys in 40 Nights Week
4. July 3rd
3. July 4th
2. Me & Rachel
1. Wally

2005
10. Birth of the Dalvano/Montalvo Debate
9. Party with Rahul
8. California
7. Shotgun Saturday Night
6. My 20th Birthday
5. Georgia
4. End of Neuberger Berman/Lehman Brothers
3. 1 Year Anniversary with Rachel
2. "Somebody Told Mr. Brightside to have"2 Weeks
1.The Grandstand

2006

10.New Years Day
9.Pete's Birthday in the City
8.Rory's Wedding
7.So Long Longo
6.Bryn & Anthony: To New Beginnings
5.Beer Olympics
4.Poconos
3.Graduation from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting
2.Intern for Comedy Central
1.Rachel & Anthony: The Last Chapter


2007

10. Kevin's Annual Backyard Party
9. Party in Vegas
8. That Night in Atlantic City
7. Party @ my house
6. Brand New Living Room
5. Bryn's Birthday in the City
4 .Temp Work
3. NYiT
2. Me and Bryn One Year
1. Camping

2008

10. Marilyn Manson LIVE! @ Hammerstein Ballroom
9. St. Patrick's Day
8. Bryn's "Fake" Birthday Party
7. Christmas Eve
6. July 4th Parties
5. AWO/ACW Documentary
4. Poconos
3. Upstate
2. Anthony Montalvo 23:He's All Grown Up!
1. My 2-Year Anniversary

2009
10. Snowboarding
9. New Year's Party at the Wahmann's
8. My Tour of World Wrestling Entertainment's Television Studio
7. Christmas Eve II: Eve Harder
6. I hate Mrs. Lisse's Cooking
5. Bryn's 31st Birthday Party
4. S.M.I.T.
3. Hawaii
2. 3-Year Anniversary
1. College. done.

From enrolling into Nassau College in the Fall of '03, I would take a year off in '06 to go to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting and an internship with Comedy Central. Spring of '07 I would return and transfer over to NYiT in '08 to complete my degree. I did such a feat in May of '09 with honors, I may add. The day I graduated I felt accomplished. Both my girlfriend and parents were there for the special occasion. First one in the family to graduate from school. Along that time I also interned at Aurora Productions which was a great learning opportunity for me to get associated with equipment, interviews and a small staff. I was in several commercials with one of them still running frequently to this day (Behr's Baby Furniture). Graduating college was one of best, most expensive things i've done. Now if only it paid off I would like this even more...



WWE Royal Rumble @ Jonathan's House
My yearly tradition in January. By far my favorite pay-per-view that isn't Wrestlemania. Every year my buddy Jonathan has a Rumble Party. Fifteen people show up and we all indulge in 6 foot heros, chips, soda and WRESTLING. This year was no different with the entertainment. The rumble may suck but we don't care. We play the Rumble game where everyone draws two numbers out of a hat and the guy who comes out to that number is your guy (or girl) to win the entire thing. It's rather comical how involved we get but shoot, this only happens once a year. At the end as always we take THEE Royal Rumble picture. A throwback parody of the old Rumble posters where all 30 guys are attacking each other all at once. I personally love taking these pictures. A lot of fun to do and check out.

Be Gone with YOU, Wisdom Tooth!
Something that should've been taken care of in 2007. This isn't really a crazy story at all but I had one wisdom tooth growing in at an angle and causing me some pain. The pain would appear every 4-5 months. Each time becoming more and more unbearable. Finally I had enough and got it out, along with the other 3. Yeah, I was highly advised to just get all of them out at the same time since a problem MAY occur in the future. Whatever. This would mark the first time I was “knocked out” and the first time since I was like 4 that I got stitches. After 5 days of not eating right, I can say now that I am A O.K.

Nicole Vola's Wedding

Perhaps the best wedding I've been to. A bunch of good people mixed in with some booze, a hotel swimming pool, a beautiful bride & groom, and a mashed potato bar. It was also held in Florida, so the weather and scene was incredible. Moment of the entire trip was back at the hotel where the hotel security guard was not thrilled about a bunch of us drinking and hanging by the pool after hours. After several threats to call the cops we left to go back into our rooms to continue the drinking. So we all crammed into an elevator and right before the doors close the guard gives us another stern warning. Then Nicole's friend, Dan says to him “How are you going to inform the cops without your walkie talkie?” as he shows it right in front of his face. So what should be a super serious moment, I burst out laughing. The guard was not please as he snatches his walkie talkie back and walks away.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

What I thought was going to be a long ass drive and me not being able to see anything at the show turned into a fun little road trip north of the boarder. Gomez and Kellyanne go to these UFC shows, so when they decided to run a show in the Northeast they extended the invite. I happily accepted and away we went. Here in beautiful Montreal we discovered the DOUBLE Big Mac, Psinakis can beat the Canadians in poker, it pays to know french, and damn do people hate their Koscheck! But one question still remains – who is Canada's worst driver? 6

I'm a Mac

Since graduating from NYiT things have slowed down. My student loan kicked in and I was kind of forced to get a job. That was August of 2009. As I write this, it's January 2011 and little has changed in terms of my career. Tired of waiting for things to happen I pondered at what I can do to try and speed things along. ALAS! I thought of it. The industry standard in terms of video editing is Final Cut Pro, a program that I barely know. Problem with FCP is that it's an Apple exclusive program. I looked at my bank account and saw I could afford a MacBook Pro. After weeks of one of the guy's from work saying “just fucking do it”, I sucked it up and bought it. My bank account was sliced in half but I felt it was a great investment. I currently have photoshop on this but soon I'll get this damn program and maybe learn other things as well. As one old person told me “never stop learning”. I love this machine and I hope it's my bread and butter in 2011

Halloween Party

Bryn was going to have a Halloween party. Jen was going to have a Halloween party. Problem: Same date. Solution: Merge the two together. What the conclusion came out to be was a damn good party. Everyone there (except for Bobby Psinakis who came as himself) dressed up. I for one was 80's heart throb Michael J. Fox in his blockbuster hit “Back to the Future” as Marty McFly. This night I was bested out by some incredible costumes. Sonic The Hedgehog, Teen Wolf, Deadmau5, Caribbean Sheriff, Fred Flintstone, Zombie Surgeon, Sexy Minnie Mouse, Robin In Da Hood, Gorilla, Snow White, Julius Ceaser, Twitter...and others. The winner of the night went to my darling girlfriend, Bryn, with her costume as Cheetara from Thundercats. Most of the night I spent my time in the “Fog Room” and by the end my stomach was on fire because I was the genius who had to mix Four Loko and Cisco Black Cherry Wine together.

Arizona

I hate the state of Arizona. Just in case you don't know me, I hate the state of Arizona. The first time I went there I was bored bored bored. Nothing to see but rocks. I saw the Grand Canyon and I got to witness an Arizona Monsoon (oh how I wished it was a Gorilla Monsoon). This all happened when I was 10 years old. Fifteen years later I arrived back at this state because ironically enough I date someone who used to be from said state and still has family back over there. Along with that, Wrestlemania XXVI was going to be held in her hometown of Glendale (NOT Phoenix as WWE was advertising). So me, her, and her cousin Mikey all went to the Southwest. Now funny story my flight was supposed to leave JFK at like 10 am, arrive in Detroit to get my connecting flight 45 minutes after arrival and be in Arizona sometime that afternoon. What happened was that the flight I was on was DELAYED until 1:50 that afternoon. Before I continue any more, this was the first time I ever flown by myself. Alright so my flight was delayed which means I would miss my connecting flight. The customer service at Delta practically said “..yeah we have mechanical problems with the plane but we'll get you to your final destination with no problem. You'll just get there a later than scheduled”. They got me a new flight and this time I'd be arriving in Phoenix sometime that night. Alright, so I informed the Furlongs that I was coming in whenever. In the meantime, I drank. And Drank. And Drank. I finally got on the plane and got into Detroit. I had hours before my flight was going to leave so I drank some more. After a couple of pints I heard that flight whatever was seeing those passengers who missed there flight from earlier. I saw the service rep who assigned my seat and I was good to go. Before boarding, I was talking to a bunch of wrestling fans who were pumped for this year's Wrestlemania. They called for zone 1. I was zone 1. See, Delta did an awesome job of bumping me to first class. A class I know nothing about. I sat down in these big comfy seats only to have a flight attendant offer me a drink. Supposedly everything was complimentary. I ordered a jack and ginger. I got the jack and ginger. I enjoyed the jack and ginger. SO much that I kept ordering them again and again. By far that flight was the best airplane experience I've ever had. We finally touched town at Sky Harbor International around 10 pm. Drunk, I stumbled across the airport looking for ….life? I couldn't even tell you. Then a guy bumps into me. “Hello, sir”. I looked at him for a good couple of seconds trying to figure out who it was. My head cleared. It was cousin Mikey! He found me. We started walking down to the luggage carousel together when Bryn found us. We got out stuff and got into the van where Bryn's brother Matt and baby Ana were waiting for us. The rest of the weekend was me and Mike were wrestling geeks. We went to the fan Axxess and got some random autographs (Jim Ross, Primo, Zack Ryder, Abraham Washington) and hungout with the family. Our Wrestlemania seats were incredible. My guess would be 50 yard line and on a riser so seeing was no problem. You can actually spot us when Jack Swagger is grabbing the briefcase in the Money in the Bank match. You can somewhat see a green sign. Well that was us. That green sign was a lime that said “Too Many”. If you don't get the reference, just ask me and i'll brief you. As for the next night on RAW, thanks to Mr. Dalvano, we had awesome seats at the U.S. Airways Center. I bid farewell that night and got on the last flight out of Phoenix to Atlanta. On my plane was Evan Bourne, Yoshi Totsu, and Kofi Kingston. Got to Atlanta – which is the best airport ever, and then flew into JFK only to get in my car and drive to work. WORK ETHIC!
But that wasn't all. See me and Mikey got yelled at twice while in Phoenix. Once for cutting an invisible line and second when we were dropped off at a no drop off zone. I hate the state of Arizona and now I despise the city...no...dump known as Phoenix. So what do I do 8 months later? I return to the Grand Canyon State for Christmas. This holiday meant the world to me when I was a little kid. As I grew up, along with most people, that magic was slowly fading. It came to all time low a couple of years ago when my mom started to work, my allergies were getting worse due to my aunt's cats and just overall the atmosphere was not there. All the excitement and joy all took place on Christmas Eve. So two years ago me and Pete started a tradition on just getting bombed in the city. These were magical nights. This year I tried something new. From December 23rd till January 2nd I spent the holidays with the Furlong clan. I met A LOT of people. Bryn's friends, Sean's friends, Matt's friends, Mom's friends, Dad's friends, and everything in between. After meeting a thousand people and forgetting their names I was introduced to an old friend, Christmas Cheer. The magic was there. Yeah, I got some awesome gifts but it was something else. Maybe it was the fact that Bryn's niece was there opening her gifts. Or maybe it was the look on everyone's face when they were surprised at the special or crazy ideas someone thought to get them. Either way it was one of the best Christmases in a long time. Beside Christmas, I ate like a king. Jack in a Box, Lindy's on 4th, Heart Attack Grill, Del Taco, Senora Hot Dog, Matt's Big Breakfast...I also discovered two of my new favorite beers. Blue Moon:Winter Abbey Ale and Fat Fire. Then of course was New Years Eve...
College and High School sports are a big deal in the 48th state. So you combine that, New Years and the delicious Tostada chip and you got yourself the Tostada Fiesta Bowl Block Party. In the city of Tempe, they have this strip of bars and restaurants on Mill Ave. For New Years they shut down this block and invite the masses (for a small fee) to come down and rock in the New Year. They had carnival games, rides, drinking games, drinks, food, dancing and bands. Me and Bryn drank a lot this night. But what made this night even special was I got to rock out to Jimmy Eat World ringing in the new year in front of their own hometown crowd. We even got to become friends with these two random people who we ended up taking a group photo with at the end of the night. By the wee hours of the morning, Bryn lost her phone, we got on the wrong train and we were freezing to death. We survived. GREAT New Year's!


4 Year Anniversary
Holy moly! We did all four years of high school together! I brought it back full circle this year. On our very first date me and my beautiful girlfriend, Bryn, went to go see the cinematic blockbuster “Jackass volume 2” and continued on the evening just hanging out in Long Beach. So this year (though the movie part was on a different day) we went to go see Jackass 3D and spent the night hanging out in the west end of Long Beach. We enjoyed delicious dinner at Minnesota's and capped it off by hanging out by the beach and taking it all in. I hate the beach but damn do I like hanging out there during the night hours.

RIP 7/3

Very few people will get the reference to this and quite frankly I don't want to get into the specifics of it. This date was very special to me and it was just a shame that it lost all its meaning with me this year. I guess we all have to grow up and move on someday.

EuroTrip 2010

In 1994, a 9 year old Anthony Montalvo stepped off the plane and made his Europe debut in Rome, Italy. In 2000, a 15 year Anthony Montalvo stepped off the plane and made his return to Europe in Reykjavik, Iceland. Ten years later a 25 year old Anthony Montalvo stepped off the plane in Amsterdam, Holland. Then again in Dublin, Ireland. Then again in London, England. And then stepped stepped off the train in Paris, France. And it was done in a week. And to think a trip like this wasn't going to happen until a night at “The Den”.
Me and Kerri once in a while hang out at this dive bar near my house. Well on this particular night we got a bunch of people to come through. One of them being Chris Brady. Now Mr. Brady came back from a very successful trip to Oktoberfest. He was ready to go back to Europe and make it huge. At the time I was taking a week off for Arizona. Hell, Wrestlemania only happens once a year. Brady tried to talk me into it and basically ended it off with a “this is a trip of a lifetime”. I slept on it. The next day I said I was in. Spend a week in Europe and then a weekend in Arizona. This can work out, right? So fast forward and everything is gold. The official roster was Me, Bryn, Quinn, Quinn's cousin Dan, Amy, Bob-O, Psinakis, Keegan, Liz, Bri, Lori, Jeffrey and Chezz. The Friday we were supposed to leave we get word that a massive storm is heading towards the big apple. We anxiously await further news as the day develops. Nothing new. We have our celebratory beer at Buffalo Wild Wings in the wonderful terminal at JFK International Airport. We board the KLM and we are off...

AMSTERDAM

We're here? WE'RE HERE! As we wait for our luggage Bryn wants to speed things up a little bit and goes to get a train ticket. As we all wait for the remaining people to get their belongings she comes back to me and says her debit card is stuck in the machine. You have to be fucking kidding me. So I walk over to the ticket machine and there it was. The sound of it trying to push out the plastic card was depressing. She asked for help from the employees who worked the airport which some spoke very little english and some had really no clue how to get this card out. They brought her over to some area to talk to some guy...I'm not sure, sorry...but I was the guard of this machine. The rest of our crew got their stuff and stood around the ticket machine in horror. Quinn's cousin Dan decides to start punching and kicking the machine. Then he started to just insert anything that would fit into the card slot. Nothing. I was fully prepared to help her out for the remainder of the trip but I mean, that just sucks. The first moments of “the trip of your life” and your bank card gets lodged in a foreign machine. Then it just pops out. Yes. After about 10 minutes of error...error...error...it spits it out. Victory is ours! Bryn comes back and we take off. When we got out of the train tunnel and saw the first images of the Netherlands it was unreal. I can't speak for anybody else but seeing the architecture of these apartment buildings was an experience. Not a bad nor good but a feeling of “we're not in America anymore”. No mommy and daddy to hold our hand. Just a dozen of us in a new country. All we got is a map and three people with cell phones. We arrive and walk down to our hotel which was nothing more than a door right next to a fries place. So we open this door and we are met with a narrow staircase that turned when you reached the top. Us Americans lined the walls of this hallway with our bags of luggage. After what seemed like an eternity (eternity = 15 minutes) we all get our card keys. Half of us have to go around the block for our room and some of us are in the building. Bryn and I had to walk up 4 flights of narrow stairs to get to our room which was really an attic. TV was busted and there was legit no room to move. This gave us an even better incentive to never be there. So we all meet up and ask the question “Where are these coffee shops?” We turn down an alley way because Amsterdam is nothing more than canals and alley ways, and we get this overpowering aroma of marijuana. We stop at this one place called “The Blues Brothers”. This dimly lit smokey room could not host over a dozen Americans. We split up and try to find ourselves another place. A ha! “Cafe 4:20” We go inside and there are two bars set up. One for coffee and tea and the other is for cannabis. So we all sit at the coffee bar wondering how we order this. After much collaboration I believe Bryn got to courage and see how to order it. She relays the message and we go in pairs ordering what we believe would be the right amount. Well...I'll leave it off there....Throughout the trip we ate the best pancakes ever at “The Pancake Bakery”. Took a tour of the Anne Frank house and Van Gogh museum. Went on the Heinkein experience and tasted how much different it is in Amsterdam then it is in the United States. And of course how can I forget “The Doors” and checking out the red light district. Downside was that we didn't get to check out the countryside and the rest of the sex and drug capitol of the world. Other than that I refer to it as AWESOMEdam 'cause it was that crazy. Oh and the french fries with mayo were good too. After our shenanigans we got on the plane for our second adventure

DUBLIN

It's the month of March. It's St. Patrick's Day. LET'S CELEBRATE! With our time there we stopped over at the Guinness brewery where we learned the fine etiquette on how to pour the perfect pint. We also headed on over to the Jameson distillery where we were showed the most perfect drink in the world, Jameson & Cranberry (JamCran). We ate some delicious irish cuisine and danced the night away. I somehow managed to get locked in the bathroom for 20 minutes and we listened to Quinn's cousin's hardcore band in the hotel bar. Jim & Eddie (Bryn's uncles) even came down to see us! As we were told, St. Patrick's Day is a religious holiday in Ireland. People do indeed go to church and pay respects to the past. But thanks to America, the day has now become much LARGER. A parade goes down the main strip with giant insects and men on stilts. People hangout on the window stills, and kids climb on top of telephone booths for more better views. Yes there is drinking. A whole lot of drinking. Our spot was this place called Gogherty's by golly was it a good time. First floor was american pop music and dancing. Second floor was a house band that played irish songs and sing-a-long american pop music. Third floor was the restaurant where they had a secret bathroom. We all stayed on the 2nd floor, drinking...drinking...and drinking our pints of that delicious stout. We sang, we danced. WE CRIED! Well maybe not the crying part, but we had a damn good time. Some of us had an ancestry that links back to Ireland and so those people who did loved this country and really appreciated their roots. As for me, I thought it was a beautiful place and some of the nicest people in the world. With that said it was off to another country.

LONDON

The final leg on our trip we went to London, England. We learned the rich history of the motherland as we visited Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of the London and remains of former castles. At this point in the trip everyone was doing there own thing. For Bryn and I, we did the Jack the Ripper tour which was a let down but nice to see the other areas of London. We arrived in London on Friday. The next day we ditched the group and did something quite unique..

PARIS IN 10 HOURS

Since the 6th grade when I was reading Scholastic News I came across this article. It talked about this insane engineering project that would connect England to France with a tunnel that would be underneath the English channel cleverly dubbed the “Chunnel”. Fast forward many years later and here I am with a ticket to get on this thing. I busted out my sweater vest since I knew this was a special occasion. Now let me be honest, it's just a train. That's really it. But being able to just travel from London to Paris was wild. Doors open, here we are in France and the first thing I noticed was this horrendous odor. What a smell. Mixture of b.o. and raw sewage. It was fucking gross. Bryn punched me in the arm to try and be nice but I told her “You're telling me you like this smell?”. From there we rode the metro to the Louve. After figuring out how to get inside the damn building, we got on a ridiculously line and got our tickets. This friggen place is HUGE! We each picked a couple of things that we wanted to see and we hit those up. By far the most amazing yet disappointing piece of art was the Mona Lisa. The piece itself was brilliant, but standing like 30 feet back and trying not to get a glare from the 2 feet of glass that protects it was not so great. We could of easily spent all day in the place but since we only had like 8 hours left we had to make like a tree and get the hell out of there. Instead of getting back on the metro I wanted to walk through the historic city of Paris. After much convincing, Bryn is okay with it and we started walking towards the Eiffel Tower. We walked...and walked...and walked. We had a tourist map we picked up from somewhere so we used that as the reference. I really was in awe of the rich history this city had and was taking it all in from all the buildings and stores we were passing by. But then! I see it! We could see the tip of the tower in the distance and we walked towards it. “Holy shit! It's Eiffel Tower!”. Nothing really seems real to me until I've physically seen it and here it was. This iconic structure and me just starring at this thing in amazement. Soon after we started getting harassed by these gypsies who were panhandling American tourists for money so we ran away from the centre (ah see what I did there!) as much as we could but can see see the beauty of this monument. We both just chilled on a bench and the girlfriend was reminiscing about the times she spent in this country eons ago. The rest of the day involved Bryn ordering my authentic french dinner, having an espresso at a coffee shoppe and walking up a gazillion steps to see this INCREDIBLE view of Paris. Sadly it was time to depart..

Hey London! Missed Me?

Got back to London, meet up with the rest of the crew and drank 22oz of Newcastle. We closed out the bar and then the 4 of us hopped in this guy's car and got back to the hotel where we then closed out the hotel bar. We continued drinking in the hotel lobby and then decided to call it a night. Next day we went home

...and how I missed Europe so much to this day


and here are my movies...

Worst Movie of the Year
2004 - Z-Boys: Lords of Dogtown
2005 - Disney's Teacher's Pet
2006 - Date Movie
2007 - I Know Who Killed Me
2008 - The Beautiful Truth
2009 - FIRED UP!
2010 - Nightmare on Elm Street


MOVIE OF THE YEAR
2002 - The Ring
2003 - Kill Bill vol. 1
2004 - Garden State
2005 - Sin City
2006 - Rocky Balboa
2007 - Sunshine
2008 - The Dark Knight
2009 - STAR TREK

2010 MOVIE OF THE YEAR - Black Swan
Inception
Toy Story 3
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Tron: Legacy
The Social Network
Buried
Tangled
The Expendables
127 Hours
Album of the Year
2002- Avril Lavigne - Let Go
2003- All American Rejects - All American Rejects
2004 - Avril Lavigne - Under My Skin
2005 - Mindless Self Indulgence - You'll Rebel to Anything
2006 - Streetlight Manifesto - Keasby Nights
2007 - Marilyn Manson - EAT ME DRINK ME
2008 - Mindless Self Indulgence - If
2009 - Muse - The Resistance
2010 - Marilyn Manson - The High End of Low

Artist(s) of the Year
2003- The Ataris
2004 - William Hung
2005 - Kanye West
2006 - Fall Out Boy
2007 - Justin Timberlake
2008 - Katy Perry
2009 - Lady Gaga
2010 - Eminem

Song of the Year
2003- Evanesence - "Bring Me Life"
2004 - Avril Lavigne - "My Happy Ending"
2005 - Kanye West - "Gold Digger"
2006 - Shakira feat. Wycleaf - Hips Don't Lie
2007 - Rihannon - "Umbrella"
2008 - Katy Perry - "I Kissed a Girl"
2009 - Lady Gaga - "Poker Face"
2010 - Jay-Z - "Empire State of Mind" (THIS SONG DOMINATED)

New TV Show of the Year
2003 - The Joe Schmo Show
2004 - The Venture Bros.
2005 - Robot Chicken
2006 - Lucky Louie
2007 - Chuck
2008 - I Survived a Japanese Game Show
2009 - ROH TV
2010 - Ugly Americans

Wrestler of the Year
2003 - John Cena
2004 - Randy Orton
2005 - Christian
2006 - Samoa Joe
2007 - John Cena
2008 - CM Punk
2009 - Randy Orton
2010 - The Miz

Tag Team of the Year
2003- World's Greatest Tag Team
2004 - America's Most Wanted
2005 - MNM
2006 - LAX
2007 - AJ Styles/Tyson Tomko
2008 - John Morrison & The Miz
2009 - Jeri-Show
2010 - Motor City Machineguns

Nov. 15th, 2009

Ha! Ha! Ha!

I Miss You Livejournal

It's been days, weeks, and even months since the last time I took a stab at this internet blog. Truth be told, I had nothing to talk about. I became a working man. Working for one of Long Island's largest medical companies in ProHealth as a mail clerk. It isn't necessarily the direction I was looking for after I graduated (with honors) from the New York Institute of Technology with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Arts in the Television/Radio Production Program...but with a struggling economy and a cut throat industry (media) in the number one market in all of the United States (New York City) it makes my life a lot tougher to continue on that path of success, so I settled for this. My daily work requires me to drive over 100 miles to the different branches picking up and dropping off mail, supplies, and specimens. Yes, I do kill my car and I no longer drive in my leisure time but on the brightside my co-workers and even my boss have been great. Raunchy at times, yes. But I don't hate work at all. Just the constant wear and tear on my own car. I don't plan on being there forever but with a vacation in March to Europe, I need money. The currency rate is not in my favor so the more money I have now, the more "fun" I can have in Amsterdam. The more excitement I can have in Dublin. The more historical teachings I can learn in London.

So while driving around 500 miles a week, I have A LOT of time to myself. I have listened to more music thanks to Pandora. Most notably Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile. If you really know me then you would know I am not a Nine Inch Nails fan. I think they're just okay. Well these past couple of months, I really learned to appreciate Mr. Reznor's work. I often get flack for listening to a lot of pop music. And I will admit I know nothing about music. I don't listen to lyrics unless the music sounds awesome. If the song sounds awesome then I'm a fan. So getting back on track, the feel that NIN tries to capture using different effects, the tempo and overall constructing of the tracks is really remarkable.

Outside of the music I write things down to help me remember what I was thinking about so I can actually write it down for the livejournal community to see. Mostly my list consists of wrestling related topics, namely what TNA is doing horribly horrible wrong, but I'll talk about one topic that I wrote down one day and I would like to comment on it. This being "the real world"

Some years back Greg-X would go on tangents about "this real world". Maybe because he graduated from college and had a big boy job that brought him up to this new level. Or maybe he thought he felt he was in a completely different phase in his life than everybody else. I'm not really too sure. Now before I continue, this is NOT an attack on him. I was still in school and things were crazy back then so I wasn't sure what he meant. I also hear this from other people to about this real world. So like I mentioned, I graduated from school and looked for a job. Got a job. Okay, terrific. So now here is me driving from Lake Success to Glen Cove to Hicksville to Oceanside...nobody to talk to but just me and the open road. So I'm thinking...thinking.....and I thought to myself....I can fully understand where people would get this "real world" idea but it also makes it sound like it's a completely different world to live on. What I felt is that all the real world is, is the same world. The world we all live and breath on but +more responsibilities. No more health insurance, bills and taxes....what if I want to get married? Kid? Kids? Ooops! Your pregnant?

Then again I took that one step further and said..isn't the real world in those places that are less fortune where you actually need the land near you to be healthy so you can be healthy? If you brake your leg, health insurance is a fantasy and you just have to go to some guy who was taught how to do this by the village elder. I much rather enjoy living in this Long Island fantasy world.

Away from all that jazz, Me and Bryn passed our 3 year anniversary and things haven't slowed down. She is one of the few people who have met my father and is the only person that isn't a family member to hangout with both of my parents at the same time which alone speaks volumes.

My creativity is in full-force. I would really LOVE if someone actually taught me the piano/keyboard.

And to Rahul...yes I got your nudge. That was further incentive for me to write.

I want to write more, but I don't want to blow my wad.

Jun. 30th, 2009

TwitterJOURNAL


  • 14:19 There is a reason why people don't make chicken meatballs. YUCK! #

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Jun. 29th, 2009

TwitterJOURNAL

  • 14:00 RIP Billy Mays #
  • 14:30 WWE has gotten rid of Cyber Sunday and is replacing it with WWE Annihilation? ughhhh. This is the worst day ever #
  • 17:30 @takarae I just saw a trailer for a documentary where 12:34 is a significant time #
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Jun. 28th, 2009

TwitterJOURNAL

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Jun. 27th, 2009

TwitterJOURNAL

  • 04:08 I just sneezed my brains out. Wonderful time for allergies to act up #
  • 18:29 I'm at CitiField and there is a hurricane outside #
  • 20:31 I fucking hate the Mets #
  • 22:02 I just got people several rows behind me go "bonilla!""stand up!" then proceeded to applaud me. They were Yankees fans #
  • 22:18 The man in front of me smells like pee #
  • 22:32 Why do I root for the Mets again? Like, seriously #
  • 22:35 New pitcher. First pitch...a bulk. I really hate this team #
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Jun. 26th, 2009

TwitterJOURNAL

  • 11:50 @UberDoku how did you get put on probation? Watcha do? #
  • 13:38 Did anybody see/try the new Wendy's chicken pieces? #
  • 13:50 @thegomez154 yeah the flavored ones #
  • 13:51 @blueduck37 really? The sweet & spicy chicken really good but overpriced..terrible. I'm still mad that the nuggets are $1.19 #
  • 14:01 @blueduck37 I meant to say the chicken looked really good. #
  • 14:57 @takarae they say you should never take a shower turning a lightning storm #
  • 18:22 Chris Brady writes "Michael Jackson and Farah Fawsett dying on the same day could mean only one thing.... Michael Jackson was Farah Fawsett" #
  • 18:42 @takarae cardiac arrest. 50 years old. #
  • 21:36 @_mathemagician FML or MJ? #
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