MC OUTDOORZ’ BROWNIES

Pimpin with DJ Ponce and them freak monkeys

Tomorrow MC Outdoorz Monkeys episode goes up on the Perry Brothers Abnormal Comedy YouTube Channel. Here’s what you’ll be lookin’ for after you watch it.

MC OD’S ALL GOOD IN THE WOOD BROWNIE RECIPE

  • PREHEAT YOUR OVEN to 350 degrees
  • In a BIGASS mixing bowl, pour
  • 3/4 CUPS POWDERED SUGAR
  • 1 & 2/3 CUPS GRANULATED SUGAR
  • 3/4 CUP OF BUTTER
  • 2 EGGS
  • 1 & 1/3 CUPS OF FLOUR
  • 1/2 TABLESPOON BAKING POWDER
  • 1/4 TABLESPOON SALT
  • 6 GRAMS OF YOUR FAVORITE HERB (prepared your favorite way… MC likes to saute’ his shit in Butter for 45 minutes and strain the fuck out of it… then add that herb soaked butter to the mix)
  • 2 TABLESPOONS OF WATER
  • 3/4 CUPS OF CHOCOLATE
  • 1 CUP OF COURVASIER
  • 2 TABLESPOONS OF VANILLA EXTRACT
  • Cook for 40 minutes and let cool
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Book Signing Wed March 28th – Come Meet Us

We be signing, show your faces and we will hug them. It’s a Mime Very Own Book signing with Doug Jones, Scott Allen Perry, Eric Curtis and Josh the Ponceman Perry.

Meltdown Comics 6:00pm to 8:00pm
7522 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles 90046

Click Here for more info: http://www.meltcomics.com/blog/2012/03/26/mime-very-own-book-signing-wednesday-march-28th-6-8pm/

We want to see everyone there. Come out, get a book, get it signed. Or bring your copy of Mime Very Own Book and get it signed. Or just come out and hug us.

Get Up! Feel like being a XMAS-CHINE!

SAP here…. We’ve kinda taken to doing something special for Xmas. For those of you who are unaware of this little Perry brother nugget o’ coolness, you can check out some of our past Xmas music videos with a simple click on the title of your viewing choice…. Have a Sexy Ponceman Xmas or Funky Xmas Song Ho Ho Ho

So, this year a lil’ pun landed in my brain and mulled around, crawlin’, creepin’ and doing things to me in my sleep until I cranked it out and made it a living groove that everyone can enjoy.

FRESH OFF THE RECORD-O-RAMA MACHINE, I give you….

Get Up, feel like being a XMAS-CHINE

Recorded it Friday, Dirty Jenny through her guitar madness on in, shot the music video Saturday, edited and mixed it  on Sunday…. that’s right, Christmas day. And now it’s on the YouTubes for you to enjoy and pass on to your friends and family. Ponce wiggles his groove thang n it and our niece Mya makes her 2nd appearance in a video. Other niece, Kaylyn the old one, boogies too. And of course our Mother and father (a.k.a. Mexicans from Retarded Policeman 10) are movin’ and shakin’ it as well.

Enjoy, pass it on, we hope it brightens your world.

-sap out

A VERY RETARDED POLICEMAN THANKSGIVING

I love me some turkey!

SAP here…

Well kiddies, it’s been a long time coming but it’s finally arrived. The burying of the hatchets, the finding of the common ground, the letting of the bygones to be bygones has finally arrived. We, the Perry brothers, Ponceman and SAP, have finally calmed the once rough waters between us and Mediocre Films, aka Greg Benson. In short….

….it’s all good

So, this Thanksgiving has an extra special thanks-ing from us to the universe and all the fans who have clamored and begged for more RP. We are super thrilled to announce we are officially in pre-production on all new episodes of the Retarded Policeman. More announcements will be coming your way soon. In the meantime, look for new RP episodes to hit the Mediocre films channel in the beginning of 2012.

Again, thanks everyone for your support over the years and get your giggles warmed up for all new RP episodes tickling your funny bones and pushing the envelopes of the uptight.

 

PONCE here…

I’m very excited to do new episodes of RP. I love the show and I can’t wait to make new ones. It’s gonna rock. And thanks everybody for loving RP. It’s really fun to make them and it’s gonna be here soon so let’s get rockin’!

The Thing With Father’s Day

Ponce here…

I just wanna say I love Father’s Day because I love my father. He is the sweetest man just like I said in my song about him. He used to be an old crank but he’s nice now and he really makes me laugh. My favorite thing about Father’s Day is to call him and say Happy Father’s Day. And I sing to him and torture him a little and he loves it because he loves his Ponce. I love having a good family and getting along and I hate to fight but sometimes we all drive each other crazy. But that’s okay. We get past it all.

Bro wanted to do a new Father’s Day song and I wanted to do one too so he wrote one and I wrote mine and then we did them and sent them to Dirty Jenny and she played the guitar on them. She rocks ass.

So here they are and I hope you love them. Love my father.

SAP here…

It is odd that I find myself posting a 3rd video we made for our father. 4th if you count the remix we did last year. Odd because I never would have believed our family would be this close if you asked me 20 years ago. In short, my father and I did not get along my entire childhood. Most people who go through what we went through growing up would probably hit the road at 18 and never speak to each other again.

This was not the case with my family. Why? Not really sure. I think the one thing I can point too that changed things was not keeping things buried inside. When I realized I had no real reason to ever speak to my father again I decided to let him know, and to let him know why. Shockingly, he apologized and told me why he was the way he was when I was growing up. It all slowly trickled down from there. Apologies, conversations, getting to know each other… never would have happened had I not spoken up. I think facing things head on is the one of the hardest things to do for many people in this life. Sadly, I know that a lot of the time, honesty is met with deaf ears. However, that doesn’t change the face that if you never speak out then the person you have an issue with would never have a chance to step up and deal with the situation. They might not even have a clue that they have done something that has affected you. sometimes people are truly oblivious to the affect they have on others.

So, my Father’s Day message is simply to talk to each other. I know too many friends who haven’t spoken to their parents since they left home. They never talked to them about why they decided to end relations with them. And so much time has passed at this point that I totally understand why it is just too daunting of an issue to dig up and try to resolve.

I count myself lucky to have the relationship I do with my father. And I love you, Father. For reals.

Here are you two new Father’s Day songs from your two boys. And the original one we made for you too… the one with the special cameo at the end by Sistah.

Happy Father’s Day

He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

He ain't heavy... he's my brother (photo by eric curtis)

SAP here…

Having a brother with down syndrome who is a full time roommate has been a bit of an adjustment for me… for us… for the whole world really, because we decided we want to jump on the lost cause train and try to change the world.

A lot of people we meet who are fans of the stuff we do don’t realize that Ponce and I have only lived together for the last 3 years. Before that I would only see him a couple of times a year. We talked on the phone a lot, but the face to face bro time was very spread out and something that bugged me a lot. When I pitched the TV segments and got the greenlight I was thrilled that I would finally have my bro spending some good quality time with me, and he’d be doing what he has dreamed of doing for years, acting.

The first 2 years however were quite cramped. My one bedroom apartment in Los Feliz was great for just me. Hard to share with another person. When that person is Ponce, it does make it easier. You get some sweet morning cuddles, a guy who actually likes taking out the garbage, and a smile just about every time you look his way. He’s a very pleasant fellow.

Jobs changed a lot though. I couldn’t take any jobs that had me going away to work for extended periods of time, something I would do every few months, editing on a job or acting, whatever paid the bills. Working as a team it makes taking jobs like that less easy to jump on.

Also, we are brothers, we drive each other crazy sometimes. And Ponce is, and he will agree, a drama queen. A moody little beeyotch. He’s also a night owl, so he tends to not want to do anything in the exert some energy column until after 3 pm. 5pm is better.

The good thing about this brotherly combo is that we do help each other. He has made me more patient.So much so that I didn’t realize how impatient I was before. And I am still very impatient. Just not so much now that Ponce and I are kickin’ it.

Down syndrome is something that can frustrate a person to their wits end. And I have been there. It’s hard to remember that Ponce has down’s a lot of the time because he is so bright and talented it doesn’t seem like there is any kind of limitation there at all. But, there is… it just sneaks in when you least expect it and you don’t even notice why the person who just made the funniest joke you’ve heard all year is also the one who has suddenly forgotten how to tie his shoes.

The move to the bigger place, our new loft in downtown L.A., has really given us new energy and a revitalized desire to do more stuff. Make more videos, make movies, build things… It’s a great haven for creativity.

As frustrating as things get, as tiring as it can be just trying to make ends meet in this world, the one solid rock that is always there is Ponce. And he might be one of the causes of frustration at the time, but he is also the thing that makes me look at situations in my life differently than I did before we became roomies. And he is, in my opinion, the best human on this planet. Love my bro, no matter how many times his gas makes me leave the room while he laughs wickedly at me, I will always be there for him because he is always there for everyone who needs a smile. Except for assholes… he tends to not really dig their company. We see eye to eye on that one.

-sap out

Thoughts on the Hand-Face Douche

Ponce here…

I just wanna say the hand-face guy was a real asshole and he kinda freaked me out a little. I didn’t understand what was going on and he kept asking me “Is that your brother? Is that your brother?” and he was really weird. I’m okay and he didn’t ruin my birthday but it was really weird while he was there. I don’t understand sometimes when people act like that but bro takes care of me and he’s got my back and I got his back. Bros before Hos and we take care of each other so to the people out there, rock on and peace out.

– Ponce

SAP here…

For those who don’t know, some guy injected himself into our lives on Ponce’s birthday and it was one of the more annoying interactions we’ve had with a stranger stepping in to… well, that’s just it. None of us who were there actually know what he was really trying to do.

I’ll just go bounce a few thoughts off of this comment DontEatTheFish73 made on the video.

DontEatTheFish73 i hate to defend this guy, but i can kind of see his concern. down syndrome is a disability which has a different severity for each individual, so not knowing who ponce is and how it affects him, i think this guy was just expressing concern because he didn’t want to see ponce harassed for it. granted this guy probably took it too far, and wasn’t very intelligent about it, i think his intentions were good. he definitely could have handled it better and minded his own business though.

I gotta say, with all the conviction in my heart, that I wish I could understand where Hand-Face was coming from. I tried to edit it so you could see the build up, but there was no buildup. It was me and Ponce being filmed by Windsock looking at all his birthday gifts and reflecting on his surprise party. Then the guy jumps into our world with a very nasty “STOP IT!” directed at me. I CAN understand TRYING to understand this guys motivation here. But when I go over the night and the way he was, the way he kept asking Ponce if I was his brother, the only answer I have is this was a sad, pathetic person who wants to feel good about himself. The comment above states “down syndrome is a disability which has a different severity for each individual…” and this is true. Just like there are different levels of assholes in the world. I think Hand-face is not one of the extreme asshole types, but rather that secret asshole… the one that would fuck your girlfriend if she was passed out drunk and then blame it on the booze if someone found out about it. Like, “We were both drunk… it just happened,” when the full reality of the situation is that the secret asshole may have been drunk but he still had sex with someone who was passed out.” That’s the kinda guy I think the real face behind the hand-face is.

That said, I move on to this part of the above comment, “not knowing who ponce is and how it (Down Syndrome) affects him, i think this guy was just expressing concern because he didn’t want to see ponce harassed for it…” Again, I gotta go with a sad, pathetic person angle here. If he paid attention to anything that Ponce and I were talking about, if he had bothered to LISTEN to what we were discussing, any concern he had would have been quelled. We were talking about how cool his gifts were. Talking about his signed autograph from his favorite actor John Travolta. We were hugging, pounding fists, showing affection when HF decided to step in and shout “STOP IT!” to a total stranger. Explain to me how someone who is concerned for a person who has Down Syndrome, someone who mentors people with Downs as he claimed, deals with his concern by yelling this way, totally freaking out the guy he is supposedly concerned about. He had NO REASON to be concerned. When I confronted him face to hand-face he couldn’t give me one reason why he was concerned. He couldn’t explain what the “it” was in his “Stop it!” demand. And honestly, his later saying his reason was because I was “making fun of him… (awkward pause)… or SOMETHING” kinda says it all. The guy was just throwing shit out there to see what stuck.

He was talking to two girls and most likely trying to look like a hero to them by stepping in to save the poor defenseless guy with Downs from the terrible guy standing next to him. You know, the guy who was just hugging the poor little Downs guy, the guy that was exchanging phrases like “How cool is that gift,” and “Love my bro” back and forth with him. Notice that hand-face had NO friends with him and he left alone.

I am not in any way upset about the above comment from DontEatTheFish73. In fact, It helps make the point I want to make. Discussion is the way we learn, the way we discover new ideas and understand things in this life better. This guy had ZERO interest in discussing anything. He didn’t even have a point. Not one single point. And when the word “RETARDED” came up he used it as an excuse to get out of there as fast as he could. He came back because I called him out on this. He immediately fled again when he realized he had nothing to add, nothing to defend his non existent point with other than falling back on the base “You People” angle… his offense at a word that wasn’t even used in the context he chose to react to.

I asked him “Have you seen Retarded Policeman?” and his response was to… pause, realize there is something here he can latch onto that is familiar to him like taking the blanket view that a word has only one meaning and then saying “Retarded, you’re calling it retarded!?!” then walking away, flipping me off and telling me to fuck off. Let’s just look at his words for a second…

“Retarded, you’re calling it retarded!?!”

What is “it” exactly? Calling “it” retarded. If he is referring to Ponce here, he’s a dickhead. If he is saying I am saying that Retarded means Down Syndrome he’s way off base. I asked if he had seen “Retarded Policeman.” At this point he either knows or doesn’t know what I am talking about. If he knows the series, then his phrase “calling it retarded” doesn’t stand up because it IS called the Retarded Policeman. If he has not seen the series, he has no idea what I am talking about. Am I talking about an actual policeman? A movie? A book? A painting? He never asked one question about what the Retarded Policeman was in reference to. He just played the take offense card and ran away. It was the only thing he had left.

And that’s all I have left on this issue. For now.

I want to thank DontEatTheFish73 for trying to understand where the hand-face was coming from and voicing his thoughts. It helped me to voice mine. I wish more people would talk about things, especially things that make them uncomfortable, so we could all figure out a way to move past them… If we did that, I think we would all get along better with everyone we meet.