Garrett and Chris retire for the evening behind his parents’ garage.
Garrett discusses his outlook, his three-step life plan, and thoughts on
his legacy.

Chris Weagel

Chris Weagel writes about the intersection of technology and parenting for Wired Magazine. No he doesn't. He can't stand that shit.

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  • I’ll go ahead and write my comment while your video is loading. I’ve already been waiting about four minutes. I know that is not a long time if your making love, but waiting for a download it is an eternity. But, I’ll be patient and stay on my vigil. I am interested in what you have to say today. It is Sunday and I have plenty of time to waist. Although if this were a workday I couldn’t wait this long.
    Now, where was I. I had to go to the bathroom, but I’m back now. Oh yeah.Ah, I have plenty of …O, Wait a minute…Here it is… talk to you later.

    Chris Weagel replies:
    My apologies for your slow connection.
    Perhaps you should Subscribe to the Feed and let these download while you sleep.

  • I can’t believe I waited all that time to listen to that dogmatic rhetoric. Beat to death? Killed by cops? That is just wishful thinking. You will probably starve in the back of your parents house not realizing you are already living in hell.

    Chris Weagel replies:
    Your suffering is noble.

  • Magic… simply magic. I can’t wait to see the entire project on DVD.

    Garret is an American King… hist voice is the voice of the heartland of America, of Detroit, the midwest… He’s an everyman’s man. 🙂

    The seeming naiveness of this film, flawlessly shrouds it’s brilliance.

    Keep up the good work Chris!

    As one who knows something about Detroit, and the midwestern genre of cinema I’m mesmorized and fascinated.

  • Sweet shack, that song almost had me on the floor, I might have to write a similar one, except I’ll server 4 terms, and be the first person to camp out on the moon.