Conan teaser for tonight’s show. Tune in. TBS. Somebody gets stabbed….and it’s NOT ME.
There’s a lot of talented people out there. Here’s three that accidentally found each other…
Had tons of fun recording the podcast for 2 Degrees of Alie (with Alie Flierl). Check out Alie’s other podcasts – great insight to just about every department of filmmaking.
Not the most technically impressive fight I’ve ever choreographed, but definitely the most fun.
Raymond Daniels executed this perfectly. The most disguising way to throw a hook kick is to come in linear (as if it were a side kick), and torque at the last moment. Great side kick setup!
Always a great time coordinating action for the MTV Movie Award promos – coincidentally Conan is hosting this year.
“The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul and a new nose; new feet, a new backbone, new ears, and new eyes. Unless a particular man made New Year resolutions, he would make no resolutions. Unless a man starts afresh about things, he will certainly do nothing effective.”
― G.K. Chesterton
73-Year-Old Carlsbad Resident who Suffered Stroke Running, Trains for Marathon
Kie Ho is a 73-year-old runner and Carlsbad resident who suffered a stroke running on Carlsbad Blvd. last year. Since the stroke, he’s had five stents inserted and has a chronic neurological condition that causes him persistent pain. However, rather than leaving running in the dust, he seeks pain relief in exercise and absolutely loves it.
Kie is also a member of the Lucky 13. Lucky 13 participants are among the most inspiring runners looking to conquer the TCMC Carlsbad Marathon and Half Marathon. These competitors have overcome adversities ranging from fibromyalgia to congenital heart defects and are all competing in their very first marathon. Although Kie is the oldest competitor this year, he’s the only one running the full 26.2! With their Lucky 13 “membership,” Kie and his teammates also get a 6-month training program with Tri-City Wellness Center, which includes personal training specifically geared toward keeping them healthy and fit according to their unique needs.
Kie is also a member of Team Run4Life. The team is well on their way to reaching their goal of $10,000 by race day (Jan. 19), to give to four key beneficiaries – cancer, cardiovascular, orthopaedic/spine, and perinatal services at TCMC.
If you’d like to support Kie in his running efforts, feel free to leave a donation on his fundraising page: http://www.active.com/donate/tricityhospitalfound/kieho
–Information from a TCMC press release