Friday, November 30, 2007

Let's Talk About The Weather

I don't know abouut you guys, but I love it when news reporters go out on the streets and interview people about the rain. It's always the same thing. "What do you think about the rain"? Somebody will always say that we need it or it sure is wet out there. Others might say that they hate it.

It's always the top story today. In fact, on the K-CAL News At Noon, it was the top story. Coming in second: A standoff at Hillary Clinton's political H.Q. in New Hampshire. I am not a big fan of Hillary's, but I kind of feel that this should have been the top story, not "What do you think about the rain"?

Here's what I think about the rain. It's wet and it makes it hard for me to get to work. End of story.

What do you think about the weather? Comment me, I'm intrested!

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Guilty Pleasures

Listen up! I've been doing a lot of thinking lately that there are some songs out there that I really enjoy that I should probably be shot in the head for liking. So I have made a list of those songs. If you feel this way too, I encourage you to take that step and forward and leave a comment. We're gonna get through this together. So here it goes: (I'm really sorry)

1. Like A Prayer - Madonna
2. Mmmbop - Hanson
3. Unwritten - Natasha Beningfield
4. Criminal - Fiona Apple
5. Are You Jimmy Ray - Jimmy Ray
6. All Star - Smash Mouth
7. Fly - Sugar Ray
8. Steal My Sunshine - Len
9. Fat Lip - Sum 41
10. Remember The Time - Michael Jackson
11. Two Princes - Spin Doctors
12. What's Up - 4 Non-Blondes
13. No Rain - Blind Melon
14. Cryin' - Aerosmith
15. Hips Don't Lie - Shakira
16. Wannabe - Spice Girls
17. I Don't Wanna Be - Gavin DeGraw
18. The Game Of Love - Santana and Michelle Branch
19. Girlfriend - Avril Lavine
20. The Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson
21. Celebrity Skin - Hole
22. All For You - Janet Jackson
23. The Nookie - Limp Bizkit
24. Still The One - Shania Twain
25. Dance Dance - Fall Out Boy

Please comment on this blog! I feel your pain

Tuesday, November 27, 2007


Anybody out there remember the old D-TV television specials? They were made when MTV was just getting popular. What happened was that the people at Disney thought it would be a great idea to splice together clips from classsic Disney cartoons and set them together with a song to make their own music videos. When I was a kid, I really liked them and I found a few on Youtube. Check em out.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Epic - What Is It?

Sorry guys, this blog isn't about the song Epic by Faith No More. This is just to let you know that a new Ooongatz movie is coming out hopefully by Friday. It is very epic in size and it's taking forever to make. The script is four pages long. The previous movies have bee two to two and a half pages.I have drawn 50 drawings so far. The last one had about 28 drawings. Anyway, I just thought I'd tell you the progress of my moviefilm. And just in case you don't know the song Epic by Faith No More, my good friend, John Goodman will tell you all about it. John...
Faith No More - Epic live

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Saturday, November 24, 2007

Good News For You, Bad News For Me

I know December 3, isn't here yet but it seems that nobody really cares about this whole Looney Tunes countdown. On that note, there will be no Looney Tunes countdown. I do want to thank all of you who gave me your vote. Thanks - Chris Luna


Thursday, November 22, 2007

Blog #30

Yaayyy This is is my 30th posting. And I have nothing awesome to say except for Happy Thanksgiving. So Happy Thanksgiving!

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Thanksgiving's Tomorrow

Here is a crazy Thanksgiving video

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

The Deadlind Is Coming Soon!

On December 3, the votes will be tallied up. It is only two weeks away. And other than my own votes, not a lot of people are submiting votesfor their favorite cartoons. I know it may seem a little childish, but that's how I roll. It also looks like I may not be having a party to showcase the top 10 cartoons right now. Maybe after the first of the year. I have just been busy and Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's are coming up.

Here are the results so far...
Water Water Every Hare - 5 Denise, Matt, Marrisa, Stephen Pate, Me
Rabbit Seasoning - 4 Me, Stephen Pate, Marrisa , Nick
Ali Baba Bunny - 3 Nathan, Me, Kyle
The Wild Chase - 2 (Jason said any Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoon. This is the one where Speedy Gonzalez and The Roadrunner race and Wile E. Coyote and Sylvester chase after them.) Jason, Me
What's Opera Doc? - 2 Tommy, Me
Robin Hood Daffy - 2 Me, Erick
The Great Piggy Bank Robbery - 2 Me, Grandpa
Rabbit of Seville - 1 Denise
Bunny Hugged - 1 Will Humbert
Knighty Knight Bugs - 1 Erick
Transylvania 6-5000 - 1 Kyle
Duck Amuck - 1 Me
Porky In Wackyland - 1 Me
Duck Dodgers And The 24th And A 1/2 Century - 1 Me
Birds Anonymous - 1 Me
The Last Hungry Cat - 1 Me
Feed The Kitty - 1 Me
Walky Talky Hawky - 1 Me

NOT Looney Tunes: The Animaniacs episode with George Wendt eating beans - Nathan, Jason, Amy


Monday, November 19, 2007

Coming Soon To An Internet Near You

This Christmas, get ready for the most epic movie of all... Christmastime With Paul Wallace. I'm writing it right now. I'm really that it will be made by next week. So in the mean time watch this. The sound may suck. Deal with it!

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Sunday, November 18, 2007


This Thanksgiving, for one day only, be prepared for the return of...
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Friday, November 16, 2007

This Is What Happens When I Get Bored

Here's the first one:

Here's the second one:
(One thing before you watch, this one starts out very loud)

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Thursday, November 15, 2007


Disclaimer: I may end up cussing on this blog entry. Actually I'm gonna replace the bad words with substitutes so maybe I won't cuss at all. Actually, to help get my point across, I may use actual bad words. So, if you are under the age of 18, I don't encourage reading this. Who knows what I'll do?

Last week I was hanging out with some high school students from church at the Landing, when I spilled my drink on my lap and said, "DARN IT". One of the guys told me that I just said a bad word. You see, he informed me that using darn is a substitute for using another word, and by using the word, "darn" it's just like saying,"damn". I do agree that by using darn is subsitting another word. I think it's a little extreme when, I say darn and someone catches me and says that I really meant something else.

So what am I supposed to do not say anything at all. What if I use the word, "gosh"! I guess that would be a substitute as well. To be honest, I don't loke to cuss. I have been watching myself ever since I had a little incident on the ride, "Deja Vu" at Magic Mountain. I seriously thought I was going to die because i thought that my saftey belt wasn't fastened correctly, and I used certain words that I shouldn't have used. You can talk to my good friend, Amy Morrison about that one. She'll tell you the whole thing.

I have made a list of words down below. One one side will be the word and on the other side will be some words that I use to substitute it with.

The "F" word - Fudge, Frick, Ferrulli
The "S" word - Shoot, Poo, Simon and Garfunkel
The "A" word - Butt
The "B" word - Bertha
The "D" word - Darn, Dang


Wednesday, November 14, 2007

What Just Happened

I woke up this morning with nothing to do. I decided to go to the local Best Buy here in beautiful Downey, California. I went to the music section and noticed there were a couple of Christmas CDs that were kind of crazy looking. First, was a Billy Idol Christmas CD. Then I saw a Twisted Sister Christmas CD. Don't get me wrong, I like both Billy Idol and Twisted Sister, but they should have put this stuff out about maybe twenty years ago. You know, when they were both quazi-big. I'm just saying that when I'm in the mood to go out and buy a Christmas CD, The last thing I expect is Billy Idol or Twisted Sister. Also, On at least one of the album covers should have something burning. You know, like Santa or a candy cane or maybe even Frosty The Snowman
-The End
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P.S. I din't notice this before, On the Twisted Sister Cd, the wreath is indeed burning. I thought It was just glowing. MY BAD!!!


Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Carlos Santana And The Chocolate Bunnies

So this one time, Carlos Santana came into the store and wanted to buy some chocolate bunnies. I told him that he was about seven months too late. He said that he was going to take his business somewhere else. Carlos then wrote a song about it with John Mayer. It's going to be on his next Easter album due out in February.


Monday, November 12, 2007


Today was insane. There was just to many things going on and I wanted to seriously beat the crap out of almost all of the customers today. I can't believe how many complete idiots live in and around this crazy mixed-up city. It's ridiculous!!!
Almost everybody had to complain about something. It's all over, for now anyway.


Sunday, November 11, 2007

Fun With Photoshop

Before we get to my latest work of art, I wanted to show you one of my favorite commercials.

And now... Here's my latest work of art:
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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Fat Football

The year: 1998. The place: Griffiths Middle School. The reason: Fat Football! So this one time we were all getting ready to play Fat Football at Griffiths Middle School when all of a sudden we heard a groaning noise. Tim Harbaugh thought it was Joe Israwi. It wasn't him. Dave Greilach thought it was Brian Flinn. It wasn't him. Amy Morrison thought it was Brian Stern. it wasn't him either. I knew what it was. It was the monster, Ooongatz.

Oongatz charged straight at us. Mike Wain and Jeff Barrick tried to throw sticks at it to make it go away. That didn't do anything but make the monster angry. Then, off in the distance, Ooongatz saw two little boys playing hopscotch. It was little Kevin Wilkinson and Little Tommy Burkhardt. immediately the monster charged towards the children and went straight to Kevin first. Then the monster ate Kevin. Tommy didn't know what to do so he fought the monster, but the monster ate Tommy.

Most of the guys who were playing became babies all of a sudden and got the heck out of Dodge. Only Tim, Amy, and I stuck around because we couldn't let this happen. Tim remebered reading somewhere that you could kill a monster by playing country music. So Tim ran to his car to turn on his CD player. as he was running Oongatz came running after him. Oongatz caught up and ate Tim. I remembered that I had my portable CD player on me and I had one country song on my CD. It was, "Thunder Rolls" by Garth Brooks. I brought my headphones to the monster and said, "listen to this, Tubby!" It turned out that Garth Brooks was the monster's favorite singer and then the monster ate me.

Amy thought that enough was enough. She really had no idea what to do. She picked up the football we were playing with and threw a perfect spiral and hit Ooongatz right in the stomach. Thus, causing the monster to cough everyone up and killing the monster. After all of this madness, I found $100.00 on the ground and took everybody out to El Taco to celebrate.

Ten minutes later, Dave Greilach returned to the school because he had lost $100.00. Back then, $100.00 was a lot of money. After he could not find the money he went home and told his parents. He then got the beating of a lifetime. "That'll show you not to loose $100.00", his mom said as he was beating him.
-The End


Friday, November 9, 2007

Ooongatz: The Beginning

The year was 1998. Sarah McLachlan was busting up the charts. Pinky And The Brain was the top cartoon show that all the kids were watching. Dawson's Creek was gayin' up the WB. Armaggedon was dominating the box office and I graduated from high school. This was a good year to be alive in America. Oh yeah, one more thing, There was a monster running a muck in the city of Downey, California! 

You see, there was this monster who lived on my street and down the hall from me. This was a ghastly looking thing. It actually looked a little bit like Kirby (The old video game character) but more angry. It made this noise like Owah Owah Owah Ooohwah. It's name was Ooongatz, and it preyed on helpless kids.

So this one time me and my friends Jason Parks and Adam Van Scoy were hanging outside of the church, when all of a sudden we heard this little boy screaming like a little girl. It was Kevin (Back then Paddy was known as Kevin) Wilkinson. Jason was like, "hey little guy what's wrong". Padd I mean Kevin answered, "there's a monster chasing me"! Then we saw Ooongatz. Adam ran away. Then the monster ate Kevin.

Jason and I looked at each other and then went underneath the Martin's van for cover. Then Amy Morrison, Nicole LaFramboise, and Tara Venturella walked out of the church and wondered why we were cowering underneath the van. We explained that a monster had just eaten a little boy and we were afraid that we were next. "Oh my gosh" Nicole shouted! The monster picked her up and ate her.

Then we heard the song, "Mmmbop", by Hanson playing in the backround. It was Nathan Charlton driving his Carmengia. The monster hated Hanson with a passion and picked up the car and ate it with Nathan still inside.

Jason, Amy, Tara, and I tried to reach for cover, but it was too late. Ooongatz picked us up and ate us. Not too far away, John McClain was putting his guitar in his truck and saw this happen. He then remembered in the book, "How To Kill A Monster By Playing Music", that you can kill a monster by playing the song, "Where Have All The Cowboys Gone" by Paula Cole. John started playing. Then two of his strings broke. The monster then ate John. Paul Wallace and Jason Yost just happend to be in the neighborhood and saw that John was playing that song. The two brought out their instruments and started playing that song.

Ooongatz then started shaking and coughed everybody up. Then the monster died and everybody lived happily ever after.
-Whut up now!


Thursday, November 8, 2007

The Chris Luna Trio Or Duo

Check this out. I have decided that I am gonna start a jazz trio. In order to do that, I need a bassist. Right now it's me on the piano and a twelve year old boy named Josh Guzman on Drums. He is good, but when he gets excited he plays way too fast. How cool is that!


Wednesday, November 7, 2007

The Race Is On

Here are the results so far...
Water Water Every Hare - 4
Ali Baba Bunny -3
The Wild Chase - 2 (Jason Parks said any Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoon. This is the one where Speedy Gonzalez and The Roadrunner race and Wile E. Coyote and Sylvester chase after them.)
Rabbit Seasoning - 2
What's Opera Doc? - 2
Duck Amuck - 1
Porky In Wackyland - 1
Duck Dodgers And The 24th And A 1/2 Century - 1
What's Opera Doc - 1
Robin Hood Daffy - 1
Birds Anonymous - 1
The Great Piggy Bank Robbery - 1
The Last Hungry Cat - 1
Feed The Kitty - 1
Rabbit of Seville - 1
Walky Talky Hawky - 1

Honorable Mentions: The Animaniacs episodes with George Wendt eating beans and the nice and chubby baby one with the clown.

Remember kids, the voting stops on December 3. Get your votes in ASAP.

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Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Watch This Goodness.

I said WATCH!!!
Dear Sister SNL

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Monday, November 5, 2007

I Guess I've Been Living Under A Rock

This morning I was flipping through the channels and Turned on the "get your pets fixed" part on The Price Is Right. To my surprise, Drew Carey was doing it and NOT Bob Barker. Why did this happen? I knew Bob was gonna stop doing it. I thought it was gonna be mid-season. Ridiculous!

Also, I really want you to vote for the greatest Looney Tunes of all time. Just go to the, "I Need Your Help" blog and vote. Remember kids, Voting ends on December 3. Here is another rule. You can tell me in person! Again, this serves two purposes: A) I think it would be fun to see what my friends think and 2) I really want to have a Looney Tunes party! So get your vote on!


I'm Still Learning This Whole Blog Thing!

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I am gonna try to get all of my friends links in the Team Sweetness section of my blog. I don't want to forget anybody important. So if you would be so kind as to send me a comment with your blog name or website. I would love to put it on my list of links. I hope to get it in at the end of the week.


Sunday, November 4, 2007

Look What I Found On Youtube

Yes I am obsessed with cartoons.
Ladies... Gentlemen... Charltons...
Here it is "Ali Baba Bunny"!


Saturday, November 3, 2007

I Need Your Help

I am putting together a list of the greatest Looney Tunes of all time. I can't do it alone. I need your help. How, you may ask? I want you, my awesome friends to submit what your top ten favorite Looney Tune cartoons are. You may submit them the following ways:
A) Title - Duck Dodgers In The 24th And A Half Century
B) Discription - The one where Daffy Duck lands on Planet X and tries to claim it for Earth before Marvin The Martian claims it for Mars.

I will total the list by December 3, 2007. Then I will have a party showing the top ten Looney Tunes sometime between December 3 and January 3.

No Purchase Necessary.


Friday, November 2, 2007

Rock And Roll

Up until recently, I really Hated Neil Young's voice. He sounded cool on, "Keep On Rockin' In The Free World" but that was it. That was until Dave Smith introduced me to some footage he found of him on Youtube at his Live Rust concert from the late seventies. There was this song that I may have heard when I was younger called, "Cinnamon Girl". After listening to this version of the song, I had to hear it again. I actually thought it was good. I mean, it instantly became my favorite Neil Young song. I went on iTunes and downloaded it the next day. and I really can't get enough of it.

Now to switch gears a little bit. Last week I was listening to K-ROQ and they really had nothing good playing on their 40 minutes of whatever except for the new Foo Fighters song and that one Face To Face song that I like. I think it's called Disconnected. Anywho, Then this song came on by the band Spoon. Which I think is an awful name. The song is called "The Underdog".

I heard it and I thought it was alright. The next day K-ROQ played it again and I thought it was really catchy. Then when I came back from work Spoon was the musical guest on SNL. They played that song and another one that was just really catchy.

The next day, I was at Best Buy just doing some fantasy video game shopping and that song was playing in the store. I don't rarely do this... I bought a CD that was not a greatest hits collection. So I took it home and flistened to the CD. This was one CD that I got that I thought there was more to than just 2 songs. I started listening to other songs on it and I then realized that I either waisted my money or I should give this band a chance.

So Spoon, I'm gonna give you a chance. Don't dissapoint me. I don't want to do what I did to Amy Winehouse and put your two good songs on my computer and give your CD away. And yes, I bought an Amy Winehouse CD. As my good friend Scott Martin would say, "Deal With It'!


Thursday, November 1, 2007

William Hurt

Today I was in the mood for an expensive sandwich. I went to Philly's Best right here in Downey. I sat down and waited forever for my sandwich because it takes forever. I mean for-ev-er! I saw an older man that looked like he was a quasi-famous celebrity walk in right after me. A lady asked him if he was William Hurt. "No, but I get that all the time" he answered very rudely. The lady was very upset that it wasn't him. She then bugged him again. This time she told him that she was a big fan of his work. The man then cancelled his order and left. Then I looked at the man as he was leaving and he really looked like William Hurt. Oh well. Twenty minutes later I got my food and ate it and then went home.
-The End
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