Steve Roggenbuck and Catalina Catalino are together at last. I remember the first time I met the young happy couple. To see their relationship confirmed via a Facebook relationship status update warms my sloth heart. Back when I first met the young intrepid couple of Steve Roggenbuck and Catalina Catalino things were very different for me.
It was 1957 I was in Tangiers, Morocco writing composing tweets for various lines of Mountain Dew, from Red Alert Mountain Dew to Diet Mountain Dew to the infinitely unpopular caffeine free Mountain Dew. At the time I was struggling to think of a tweet that advertised Diet Mountain Dew’s refreshing taste while staying true to my journalistic integrity that I sold for twitter cash. That is when I saw the two of them. Steve Roggenbuck and Catalina Catalino were surfing on the Internet. For that particular day the surf was really rough with lots of news stories making the Internet surf hard to handle. Watching from my finely appointed Penthouse I saw the two of them wipe out. Summoning up my giant holographic Dodo bird I flew out to meet them.
“Are you two okay?” I asked as they spat out various Internet surf, cat MEMEs and DOGE. With all of their strength they said in unison “Boost”. I knew what they meant. I played them the entirety of Marvin Gaye’s album “I Want You” which is a pretty underrated album honestly. They seemed to be happy with the album as they flew on the back of the giant holographic Dodo bird. After I placed each of them in their own Gingerbread Jacuzzis I sang them a lullaby with the help of an internationally renowned ukulele player, the very one that inspired a mug that simply said “Oh fuck, ukulele poetry”.
Upon letting them rest in the Gingerbread Jacuzzis they went out the next day to surf the Internet back home. Before they left I informed them of the highly visible things they might be able to in order to boost their online relationship status to the next level. I deliberately used the word boost as it was a word the two were amply familiar with as an entire house was named after that pleasant powerful word.
Can Steve Roggenbuck and Catalina Catalino make waves in the Internet surf? Is any couple anywhere as good as the one created by the forces of Steve Roggenbuck and Catalina Catalino? Probably not, LOL!
Steve Roggenbuck knows there is an urgent desire for people to get down. What most people do not realize is when they get down to the hottest jams of the 70s, 80s, 90s, and then the 80s again because of that nostalgia thing; they secretly want to go to hell. That is fine. Lots of people long to go to hell. Hell is a place on Earth. It is what people make of it. Every morning plenty of people wake up and find themselves in their own personal hell.
A Jeep Liberty is a great way to get to hell. Great gas mileage, stylish, and affordable the Jeep Liberty has it all. Transportation rules! It can be that simple. People think they need to do something particularly vile in order to find themselves getting to hell. Life is simpler than that. Besides the Jeep Liberty gets great mileage on the highway which is important for anybody contemplating getting their asses down to hell. Satan really wants more companionship down there in the molten magma core of the Earth.
Graveyards are the portals to the undead. Steve Roggenbuck chills in a graveyard because he is very into the YOLO lifestyle. It would be curious to determine whether or not anybody in a graveyard now dead once lived a YOLO life. Did they get to do absolutely everything they wanted to in life? Few ever know exactly what their lives could have been had they simply observed the chaotic world. That is part of the fun of life: to do it wrong and everything still ends up okay.
Creationism takes over science. Bill Nye (known as Billy Nye to his friends) hates creationism because it cancelled his award-winning program. Now Bill Nye goes on TV hating on creationism. It took away his lucrative career as being a science guy. Poor Bill Nye lives a tough life as a talking head hoping to get that important phone call while he is busy doing his day job managing a small KFC right outside Boston. Sometimes when Bill Nye works as a store manager for that KFC he wonders where his life went as he bites down into a delicious KFC biscuit or whatever food substitute they sell at KFC.
Finally Steve Roggenbuck discusses the pharmaceutical industry and what it does to America’s youth. Those poor youth are neglected for their parents want to get into hell just like everybody else does.
You might be aware that Steve Roggenbuck creates videos. Has he changed millions of people’s lives? Is the sky blue? What a foolish question. The power of Steve Roggenbuck’s videos is perfectly they embody his message. Countless individuals have discovered more about themselves than they might have ever known through his classic videos. Life with Steve Roggenbuck’s videos is indeed a good one. A recent development has happened, one that is going to change the game forever.
Patreon is a site that helps people fund those things they really care about. Hence it serves as a way for people to truly pursue their art and get money for it. This money can be used to make the artist a bit more comfortable. It seems to be a relatively straightforward thing. By letting individuals choose to contribute whatever money they choose (it can be as little or as much as they want) the artist gets a little bit of a stipend to live off of, because an artist really should not have the word “starving” in front. Rather the work should be able to get a little bit of recognition.
What is nice about the site is that people can continue to get the same culture fix they had before. Steve Roggenbuck’s video will continue to be completely free for all to enjoy. For those who want to contribute money to make his life a little easier, well for each video he puts out there is a recommended amount per video. Steve Roggenbuck is highly Satanic hence the goal of $666 per video. If he accomplishes this he’ll probably be doing pretty damned good. Of course he will literally be damned via the mark of the beast lifestyle.
Steve Roggenbuck lives incredibly frugally. Currently he has been working on a lot of different projects to try and expand people’s interest in what is going on via the online culture. Boost House is the physical embodiment of what Steve Roggenbuck had been working on for so many years while he was traveling via the backpack style. I know Steve Roggenbuck not just as an artist but also as a friend. A friend who has watched me sleep and live-tweeted me sleeping, a friend who has crashed at my place multiple times. I vouch for Steve Roggenbuck and say considering the good his videos have done, and considering their exposure, it is high time you or somebody like you helps him out in a little way. Or a big way, a big way works too.