Frump couldn’t let April 20th pass without posting something at least remotely related to today’s “special holiday.” With that in mind, here’s a “drunk” guy — clearly a huge fan of Athens-based band Dead Confederate — truly letting himself go at Atlanta’s Sweetwater 420 music festival. Pretty epic, eh?
I put “drunk” in quotes, because there appears to be some debate about whether this fella was actually intoxicated (via the consumption of alcohol) or not. From YouTube user HumanStarterKit:
HE IS NOT DRUNK!!! His name is Vincent ****** and I have known him for 6 years, and he has never taken a single drop of alcohol in that time or anytime before. He is just a little crazy and loves music, really loves music, way more than you or I could ever say we do. Long Live Rock and Roll Vinny!!!! Please stop saying he is a drunk!
Okay, we’ll give “Rock and Roll Vinny” the benefit of the drink here — we’ll accept the suggestion that he hadn’t had a single drop of alcohol that day (at a brewing company-sponsored music festival).
That said, I guess we’ll just have to assume Vincent might as well have been flying kites on Mt. Everest during his little one-man dance-off, right? In the spirit of the festival, of course.
Whatever the case, it’s nice to see someone having some good, clean, shameless fun, yeah? Not to mention giving that flip-flop kid a run for his money — at least as far as getting the most out of one’s music festival enjoyment is concerned.
The Wickstrom’s “I Heart My Spine” clinic was located in Greenville, North Carolina — “The Emerald City” — and the couple were apparently accomplishing their mission to “heal the community” from the office:
5 Essentials for Optimal Health
· Optimal Nerve Supply (Check)
· Optimal Nutrition (Ehhh)
· Optimal Oxygen and Lean Muscle (Probably not)
· Optimal Mental Function (Check +)
· Minimal Toxins (We’ll just pretend that pertained exclusively to the Doc’s Chiropractic services)
According to Dr. Brett’s bio:
[He’s been] a licensed Chiropractor since 2009. He received his bachelors from Northern Michigan University in Sports Science in 2005. As a 300 pound starting offensive lineman on the NMU football team, he was voted Most Improved and Most Inspirational player.
We make no attempt here at Frumpzilla to hide our adoration for Zach Galifianakis. The NC native(and former NCSU undergrad) has graced our pages many times over the years. This video also couldn’t be passed up as he made an appearance on the Bill Maher show to discuss Prop 19 in California. He decided to use actions instead of words to show his support.
I know we’re late with the video, get off our backs on this issue. We’re really really lazy. It’s not going to change…..do you realize how hard it is to change who you are?!?