Before we get started… I’m still semi-skeptical about it, but I tested positive for Covid on Tuesday. The good news? It hasn’t been bad at all, and at this point I’m close to 100% back to “normal.” I tell the whole story in the latest episode of the podcast, if you’re interested. Worth noting is that Producer Zipp, who helps me with the show, also has the virus. And Ian from Scotland, who called into the hotline and is featured in the episode, was also diagnosed with Covid this week. I just found out about Ian today. So, all three of us at the same time! Crazy.
Anyway, today I thought I’d share five videos I watched and enjoyed this week. I almost never share videos, because the engagement is always next-to-nothing. But I’m going to roll the dice on it today, and see what happens. These are bits of insanity I happened across during my quarantine. Don’t worry, they’re all brief and worth it. Let’s get to it, shall we?
This tenured professor in Michigan went rogue in a recent online class. Check it out. The guy is running wide open, and “on leave” as a result.
As this tweet mentions, someone is having a tough day on Beech Mountain. Can’t they just move the poor bastard forward a few feet? Good Lord.
Tough time for the people at Beech Mountain today. ? pic.twitter.com/fg671LruRn
— Trey Shirley (@TreyShirley831) January 8, 2022
This is supposedly the head of the Birds Aren’t Real movement, being interviewed on a morning show in Chicago. He’s apparently a bit nervous. Crank it up!
@birdsarentrealThe worst morning of my life. I am so sorry. ##BirdsArentReal ##GonnaDoBetter ##IPromise? original sound – Birds Aren’t Real
Dude owns a small gas station and convenience store in Pittsburgh where people continuously crash their cars. He says nothing is ever done about it, so he installed a camera and turned the footage over to a local news station. The shit is wild.
And finally, here’s yet another post-wisdom teeth extraction video. The thought of it is terrifying to me. They just say whatever pops into their heads. I can’t have that. You talk about opening Pandora’s Box! I’d have to call my friend Bill from West Virginia to pick me up. He might be the only person who would understand. Anything else could be catastrophic.
Have a great day, my friends!
I’ll see you again soon.
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