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The Romo’s and Adam Sandler at Zohan

Well there is nothing like kicking off summer by going to see a new comedy movie, especially a movie by Adam Sandler.  Adam and I are great friends, the guy just cracks me up and it is so cool to work on movie sets with him.  So when he invited Julie and I to LA to watch his new movie, Zohan, with him, we were both really excited.  Adam has a great positive energy, like anything is possible, he his hilarious, and he also likes to surf!  He loves his three awesome bull dogs, Meatball, Matzoball, and Babu and you should check out some pretty entertaining footage of these little trouble makers.

Otherwise, I have been incredibly busy working on some new projects, including our new Ready-To-Drink (which I must say tastes awesome!).  This has been a difficult but rewarding task and it gives me new perspective on how much work goes into every aspect of producing something of the highest quality. 

Today I am off to Boston for some meetings, and then back home to spend some quality time with my family.  I am also hoping to get some summer training tips for you up here soon!

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3 Responses to “The Romo’s and Adam Sandler at Zohan”

  1. bmeiers said:

    Have a great trip and even better time with the family!!

  2. Daniel Mariscal said:

    Romo, I just wanted to take the time to tell you that I just completed another season of Tecmo Super Bowl on SNES as the 49ers and you made 48 sacks. In one season. Granted, I was the one playing as you and I’ve been playing this game since I was 5 but still… I think it’s pretty impressive considering my brother could only make 30 with William Perry.

    But how was Zohan? You didn’t give any kind of opinion and frankly, I find Adam to be hit and miss once in a while. Although Punch Drunk Love is one of my favorite movies (without exaggeration), Mr. Deeds had moments but wasn’t overall a great movie. So when it comes to Mr. Sandler I find myself seeking counsel before I go to any premires.

  3. patrick said:

    Adam Sandler is classic in his own way, though he tends to do his best work when he stays casual, not trying too hard to be funny or deep, etc.

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