“Klunk Letter of the Day” by Larry Lujack

Remembering my childhood – I grew up in Sheboygan, Wisconsin during the time Rock and Roll radio was tops and personalities on radio were SUPREME. We would listen to WOKY in Milwaukee. – The Mighty 92 with Bob Barry. Or WLS and WCFL in Chicago – those two stations were always in rating battles – But it was not just the music you listened for it was the personality and the contests they had. I actually started my career in radio broadcasting. It was fun but the media was changing, therefore I went into producing and directing for television and film.
This is dedicated to Larry Lujack who was a Top 40 Music radio disc jockey who was well known for his world-weary sarcastic style. “Klunk Letter of the Day”, the darkly humorous “Animal Stories” with sidekick “Little Tommy,” and the “Cheap Trashy Show Biz Report” were some of his more popular bits. He was also referred to as Superjock, Lawrence of Chicago, Uncle Lar, and King of the Corn Belt. At the time of this letter he was at Super CFL – The Voice Of Labor.
I hope you enjoy as much as I did growing up listening to him.

Friends

This is our latest commercial filmed in May, and just now released to TV stations for broadcasting. This commercial has an original song, written by Nate Drew and sung by Hannah Bennett. Produced by Eric Bennett and directed by Gilbert Howe. Cinematographer was Howard Little and associate Joey and Dana. Make up by Sophia. Great shoot with a great crew and a large talent pool that made this come together perfectly.

FIVE YEARS OF THE PROFESSOR – RANDALL MALIN!

We have in the last 5 years of working with Randall Malin , a talented and really fun guy, who always goes to the max for our commercials has helped us create these award winning TV commercials. He looks a little like Dr. House, which helped him land the character role with us. We have now done 25 commercials with him in this “role of professor.” We want to share this great campaign with out audience, clients and friends who have been a fantastic part in these commercials coming to fruition. We hope you enjoy a quick look at 5 years of “The Professor”.

I would like to thank everyone who has been on the crews, the talent and just help make arrangements that got it done. Here are just a few of those that really made a difference: Randall Malin, Howard Little, Joey Balmforth, Adam Nielson, Adam Cazier, Ryan Egan, Daniel Moulton, Dana Blunk, Sophia Wilkes, John Farr, Nathaniel Drew, Eric Bennett, The Barefoot Group,Firstvision Entertainment Group, Creative Media Group, Tyran Schouten,Aurora Nelson, Kira Nelson, Wayne DeVincent, Kriss Casper, Brae Burbidge,Gerald Hartley, Paul Bartholomew, Paul Howe, Ian J Johnston, John Small,Sabrina Strickland Martinez, Jamey Anthony, Christel Edwards, Mike Anna Southam, John D Mason, United States Marine Corps, Chris Wright, Chris Dortch, Linda Matheson, Melinda Jones Slater, Joey Sanchez, Haley Swenson, Lance Sage, Aurelie Brown Sage, Utah Sage, Leigh Jones, Rand Casper, Sarah Stephens Wood, Shannon Black Pacheco, Troy Lee, Craze Agency, Michele Romney Garvin, Erica Nicole Walters, Lisa Valentine Clark,Jean White Howe, Dave Mitton, Andrea Mitton , Billy Hiatt

Peace Releases Stress

If you can dream it, you can do it. — Walt Disney

And the trouble is, if you don’t risk anything, you risk even more. — Erica Jong.

You can become blind by seeing each day as a similar one. Each day is a different one, each day brings a miracle of its own. It’s just a matter of paying attention to this miracle. –Paulo Cohelo

Stress VS. Peace

Twenty years ago I seldom even heard the word “stress.” Now, it seems I hear it everyday from young and old alike. Are we a stressed-out generation? Is the pace of our lives destroying the peace of our lives? This story is intended to be a gentle reminder to us all.

One night, at the Savior’s command, the apostles took their ship and with Him set across the Sea of Galilee. Being weary, Jesus went to the stern of the boat and was soon asleep on a pillow.

An unusually violent storm arose, blowing down from the surrounding mountains. Huge waves broke over the boat filling it with water until it was on the verge of sinking.

The disciples were terrified. Coming to the Master, they awoke Him saying, “Master, carest thou not that we perish?”

The Savior arose immediately and rebuked the wind saying unto the sea, “Peace, be still!” Instantly, the wind abated and there followed a great calm. The disciples were astonished at Him. They knew He had power, but because their fear had over-ruled their faith, they failed to comprehend how far-reaching His power actually was.

Now, with us, if He can calm as angry sea, surely He can calm a troubled heart. He is the one and only source of lasting peace. So much so is He the giver of this great gift that Isaiah calls Him the “Prince of Peace” — a prince to whom I would hope we would be subjects at any sacrifice. Thanks to Glen Rawson for sharing this story.

Save The Child With In

Why I love doing what I do…. “The creative adult is the child who has survived.”
-Ursula K. Le Guin

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Accepting

“Happiness doesn’t come when we are constantly looking to be accepted. It comes when we reach out and are accepting of others.” — Noelle Pikus-Pace

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