Recently M was over at my house and asked me who the “Ich Crew” was, as spaceC, RK and I have all mentioned them. At the time we were sitting on the porch and I pointed at the house directly across the street where a sizable number of grubby looking adults and half naked tottlers stood in the dirt driveway smoking cigarettes and looking stupid. I explained that we strongly suspect the whole bunch are addicted to pain killers, the ones that make you Ich, thus the name.
Shortly after M left, late in the afternoon, the industrious and ichy bunch proved that they are productive members of society by constructing their own clothsline, in the front yard, using literally nothing but sticks, twine and their intellect.
Not to be rude, but I will point out that the line was doubled up, it was long enough to make it to the palm tree in the background; the half-assed stake is totally unneeded.
Anyway the search mission and the 4:19 traffic reports will resume shortly, once it isn’t so obscenely hot and humid. And the helicopter is down… literally. I was a bit drunk and threw it off the roof.
Filmed LIVE, ahead of time, SpaceC and I hard are at work reporting the traffic, weather and the all new, Ich Index for those across the street. (note that ichy sleeves are not required today) The Ich Factor peaks once a calendar month, since no one is going to prescribe that shit to a pregnant woman. Though, last month she did almost fall into the ditch while checking the mail, twice.
There was a slight delay in this, the third broadcast, because last week SpaceC lost both his keys and his phone, so next week we are going to make a time machine, travel back in time to last week and find his phone. Maybe his keys too.
Today’s Live Traffic Report (#2), high above Orlando bringing the weather and traffic to the Greater Central Florida community.
This could be the start of a weekly 4:19 p.m. traffic report with my good friend and fellow electrician, spaceC.
There might be room for improvement besides for not holding the camera parallel to the ground. This might also become a weekly broadcast depending on if his wife doesn’t object and he doesn’t lose his phone between now and then…
There are also the technical problems involved with posting a live YouTube video, so we will film it a day or two in advance and hope for similar traffic. Either way you shouldn’t be looking at YouTube while driving or looking to one of us for driving advice either.
In fact I wrecked two company trucks two days in a row one time, and spaceC, well I’ve seen him repeatedly drive half off the road because the conversation engulfed him so thoroughly.