So as you may have noticed, I've started a new series called "The Colt Sebastian Taylor Show." With the retirement of Colt's Cult Classics, I felt like I needed to continue to film something. As much fun as it is to do Colt's Cult Classics, it is a surprisingly time-consuming process for a show that is pretty much a single topic. I decided to move on and start a new series, The Colt Sebastian Taylor Show. However, I did not want to have it at my bar. Colt's Cult Classics a
This was a dangerous trio. During my time at Taylor Gifts, I made two "Crazy Warehouse Sale" videos with my good friend the Duke of the Warehouse. While both videos are different regarding the "story" they tell, they both have some very similar traits. 2014 - Investigative Reporter In this video, I pretend to be a reporter tracking down The Duke of the Warehouse to get him to confess to the warehouse sale. I track him down in the warehouse, and then we talk about the sale we
So with the demise of Taylor Gifts last month I find myself without… what’s the word, ah yes, employment. Although never officially told the end was coming, it seemed like it was a good time for me to set off upon the world. In retrospect maybe I should have stuck it out to the end, made a grand exit, and collect unemployment. Then again, something tells me that might have been difficult to do. I mean, who fills out unemployment paperwork when there is no one employed there?