RADDDDD SMOOTHIE


                “Hi, I’m Daniel Alexander and I’m eating a book.” Daniel Alexander is going to eat his words. Or rather he blends his words effortlessly into a little blender and makes a word smoothie. Blenders ordinarily handle food but then Daniel Alexander is no ordinary guy. What Daniel Alexander does is challenge the conventions people follow each and every day. Lots of things he believes are a bit out of the mainstream. Aliens are visiting Earth and are chill according to Daniel. Another is everything is a snack. In the video Daniel takes his ‘Everything is a snack’ to a logical extreme. Nobody has ever done this on YouTube. Many are scared. 

The video is obscene. Several of the YouTube comments state that such material should be banned. Censorship is not the answer. What if someone wants to create a delicious yet nutritious smoothie out of a book? YouTube doesn’t have any videos to show somebody how to do that. At least it didn’t until Daniel stepped up the blender and announced his intention. Rather than banning people ought to praise it. Daniel Alexander is the voice of a generation, the face of a generation, even the glasses of a generation. Millions of Americans wear that same thick-framed pair of glasses. Few of those millions of American are as happy as Daniel Alexander. Somehow Daniel has managed to find peace and enlightenment in his everyday world. This is doubly surprising as much of Daniel’s diet consists of drinking book smoothies. 

Everything in the video indicates this is a person worth watching. Plenty of people do. Unfortunately the blender fails to successfully blend Daniel’s book. While people find Daniel’s book RADDDDD apparently basic household appliances do not. For the book is barely blended. Only a small bit of the book is properly blended. This is despite blending it in the alleged ‘blending corner’. Anybody who is serious about snacking (and rest-assured Daniel Alexander is super serious about snacking) has a blender corner in their home. When chewing becomes too stressful, too mundane there is the blender ready to bring it to the next level.

By the end Daniel shows the end result. He drinks it. He says drinking a smoothie of a blended book tastes bad. This is an educational YouTube clip. Without it how would people know how to treat his book? Thanks to the video people know what to do with Daniel Alexander’s book: they are supposed to read it.   

RADDDDD SMOOTHIE

                “Hi, I’m Daniel Alexander and I’m eating a book.” Daniel Alexander is going to eat his words. Or rather he blends his words effortlessly into a little blender and makes a word smoothie. Blenders ordinarily handle food but then Daniel Alexander is no ordinary guy. What Daniel Alexander does is challenge the conventions people follow each and every day. Lots of things he believes are a bit out of the mainstream. Aliens are visiting Earth and are chill according to Daniel. Another is everything is a snack. In the video Daniel takes his ‘Everything is a snack’ to a logical extreme. Nobody has ever done this on YouTube. Many are scared. 

The video is obscene. Several of the YouTube comments state that such material should be banned. Censorship is not the answer. What if someone wants to create a delicious yet nutritious smoothie out of a book? YouTube doesn’t have any videos to show somebody how to do that. At least it didn’t until Daniel stepped up the blender and announced his intention. Rather than banning people ought to praise it. Daniel Alexander is the voice of a generation, the face of a generation, even the glasses of a generation. Millions of Americans wear that same thick-framed pair of glasses. Few of those millions of American are as happy as Daniel Alexander. Somehow Daniel has managed to find peace and enlightenment in his everyday world. This is doubly surprising as much of Daniel’s diet consists of drinking book smoothies. 

Everything in the video indicates this is a person worth watching. Plenty of people do. Unfortunately the blender fails to successfully blend Daniel’s book. While people find Daniel’s book RADDDDD apparently basic household appliances do not. For the book is barely blended. Only a small bit of the book is properly blended. This is despite blending it in the alleged ‘blending corner’. Anybody who is serious about snacking (and rest-assured Daniel Alexander is super serious about snacking) has a blender corner in their home. When chewing becomes too stressful, too mundane there is the blender ready to bring it to the next level.

By the end Daniel shows the end result. He drinks it. He says drinking a smoothie of a blended book tastes bad. This is an educational YouTube clip. Without it how would people know how to treat his book? Thanks to the video people know what to do with Daniel Alexander’s book: they are supposed to read it.   

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sometimes i want to be a monk

i made a video from one of the tracks from my audio book and it came out vry well. could there possibly be ‘RADDDDD’ the movie ? YES

                Daniel shows one of the first videos from his award-winning book, RADDDDD. Really Daniel has created an entire universe of himself. There is the music, written by him, the video, directed by him, and the story, created by him. Sometimes when people say ‘There’s nothing good in Hollywood’ they have yet to meet Daniel Alexander. When Daniel Alexander goes to Hollywood it is going to be a million times better than when Frankie goes to Hollywood. Few know this but ‘Frankie Goes to Hollywood’ sort of sucked. Every time they played ‘Relax’ somebody lost a brain cell. Scientists have proven that memory loss occurs when one listens to such a terrible, terrible song. 

                This does not happen when one listens to a Daniel Alexander track. Daniel Alexander calls his songs ‘Snack traxs’ or at least he should. Snacking is such a large part of his life. Even if he becomes a monk like the one in the video there he’ll probably never stop snacking. It is what makes him so happy. The world is a better place with Daniel snacking hard in it. Monks have no limitations on snacking. Thus Daniel’s future as a monk is virtually assured. Hopefully he does not do one of those ‘vows of silence’ for Daniel really needs to support Earth. People need the reassurance that life is a great big beautiful thing. Oftentimes such a simple message can be forgotten as life gets more and more complicated. What exists now, in terms of payments, relationships, work and general meaning is so complicated.

                Perhaps this is why Daniel wants to become a monk. In a way a monk has a perfectly calm life. Expecting nothing they can completely clear their thoughts. Everything is so calm. When rare calm moments appear in life one must embrace them. Calm is such an unusual thing. One can become overburdened by the amount of material and information that exists in the world. If one focuses on what is really important it becomes so easy. Suddenly enlightenment can begin to take hold and true happiness can be found in the briar patch of the mind. 

                In Daniel’s monk’s mind he is deep into multiple realities. It is like ‘Inception’ only good. Rather Daniel lives in a multiple of a multiple dimension. He does it every day. The internet is life squared. Emotions are more viscerally felt on the internet. In a way the internet is one of the few places where one can be true to oneself. And this is a beautiful thing. And Daniel Alexander’s work is more than a gimmick it is a form of support on days when it is most needed.

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EVERYTHING IS A SNCK

ur a beautiful snack

                Everything is a snack Daniel tells his audience. Lately Daniel’s positive, snack based vibes have been attracting some serious attention. Daniel Alexander’s twitter feed is a snack for it makes people happy. Anything that makes people happy is a snack in Daniel’s book, RADDDDD, out wherever fine books are sold. However Daniel’s preference is for edible snacks. Unfortunately he cannot eat his pillow. He does read his book to his pillow before he goes to sleep. Inanimate objects need love too.

                Daniel Zettner receives some rare attention. Few know Daniel Zettner. After this endorsement from the original literary snack pack that is about to change. Poking on Facebook is the equivalent of having a morning coffee. Everybody does it. But now one must roar when poking back. It is a rule. As Mr. Alexander pokes people back he roars. Indeed many have claimed Daniel Alexander is a dinosaur from a time when people treated each other right. 

                Positivity is not dead though. Daniel Alexander wears sunshine on his sleeve. The world is Daniel’s snack. Some say oysters, but an oyster is a snack too so Daniel is doing fine. For the longest time Daniel wondered ‘Does anybody love snacks as much as I do?’ Nobody does. No one can compete with the high level of snacking going on in Daniel’s world. Many of the snacks Daniel consumes are rare, hard to find, gourmet or non-gourmet snacks. 

                ‘Ghost Busters’ is a great movie. While Daniel loves it he forgets to mention one of the greatest snacks ever. Ectocooler is one of the greatest things to come out of the 80s. Forget Ronald Reagan, forget the Butthole Surfers stalking REM in Atlanta, forget even James Chance’s violent concerts, Ectocooler changed the world. Anyone who drank Ectocooler remembers it fondly. Nothing on the entire earth can compare to the majesty of Ectocooler. Slimer may have been an enemy of the Ghostbusters but to millions of Americans he was an amazing slime ball. 

                Snacks are Daniel’s drugs. He lives a clean, wholesome life. Everything he does is appropriate and fulfilling. A local snack dealer near Daniel confirms this stating Daniel is his greatest customer and helped put several of his eight kids through college. Yes the amount of money Daniel spends on snacks is unreasonable. 

                Juggalos scare Daniel. This is worrisome. Many dislike Juggalos and are afraid to ‘get down with the clowns’. However Juggalos may be one of the most misunderstood subcultures in America today. Few know how to get down like the clowns. Their organization is so strong it is overwhelming. 

                It ends with him singing to a poster, waxing nostalgic about his childhood. This is a touching ending of the beginning of many upcoming videos because truly every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.