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Hi, I’m Brad Feld, a managing director at the Foundry Group who lives in Boulder, Colorado. I invest in software and Internet companies around the US, run marathons and read a lot.

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I’m a 14 year old boy trapped in the body of a 38 year old man

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Amy and I went to our little local movie theater in Homer tonight. The two movies showing are Farentheit 9/11 and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.

We saw Farenheit 9/11 on Sunday. It was as advertised and we were delighted that it made it to our town of 5,000 people. My only simple comment – independent of your politics – is that it’s a must see movie.

We saw Anchorman tonight. My only simple comment – independent of your politics – is that it was hysterical. Will Ferrell has been making the rounds of the Internet in his ACT sponsored White House West. The dude is seriously funny (in that slapstick, cheesy, stupid, juvenille, John Candy inspired, teenage boy way.) I often have to drag Amy to movies like this and I rate them based on her reaction (ranging from hysteria to leaving in the middle of the movie.) Even though she’ll never admit it in public, she was laughing so hard at moments that if she was chewing gum she would have swallowed it. Her funniest moment was an ode to F 9/11 where – at the end of the movie – the narrator did the proverbial “where are they now” voiceover and the “stupid weatherman guy” (IQ 45) had 11 children and was a senior advisor to the Bush administration.

It’s not intellectual, but it’ll crack you up. Women’s rights and equality have made a lot of progress in the last 30 years (ok – there were some not-so-subtle messages in the movie.)

  • http://bigben.blogs.com Ben Casnocha

    Better than being trapped in a 14 year old body!

    Seriously, our family dinners are predominately Anchorman, Old School, and Seinfeld lines. My brother changed his voicemail greeting to be “You’ve reached legendary anchorman Ron Bergundy. If you don’t leave me a message, I will fight you. That’s no lie.” He took the line “if you don’t think this is the best song in the world, I will fight you” and turned it into a voicemail greeting, in the exact voice, that cracks everyone up. A great humor check on the caller. Does s/he giggle throughout rendering the message incomprehensible? This equals tooo silly. Does he not respond to the funny greeting? Lighten up. The true winners, the true players, can laugh, say “great movie,” and then deliver the message.

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