Monday, August 15, 2011


When Somebody else yawns, Jeremy Thiel Doesn't.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

What is Time?

"Do what you fear most and you will control fear."
-Tom Hopkins

Time from Rickard Bengtsson on Vimeo.

"You can conquer almost any fear if you will only make up your mind to do so.
For remember, fear doesn't exist anywhere except the mind."
-Dale Carnegie

"Be the kind of man that when you wake up in the morning and put your

feet on the floor, the devil looks up and says 'Oh crap he's up'."

Monday, January 17, 2011

Secret of Life

I figured the title of this blog would catch your attention. Everyone want's to know the answer to that question. What is the Secret of Life? All you have to do is click here to find out.

JT FOD: Crop Circles are Jeremy Thiel's preschool art projects.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

The Holidays

This is a little video I stumbled upon.. Keb'Mo's got some skills!

Thanksgiving is two days away. So, if you haven't already written down the things you're thankful for, you still have two days. If you have written them down....well good for you.

Jeremy Thiel doesn't have to do anything for a Klondike bar!

Monday, November 15, 2010

I Am Second...

I wrote briefly last week, about Barron Batch and what get's him through his practices, games and life. For those of you that checked out his blog you probably found out a lot more about him, and if you didn't well let me catch you up.

Barron grew up in Midland Tx, where football is life. After a pretty outstanding football career at Midland High and being recruited by some pretty big named schools. Baron chose Texas Tech! If you've followed Baron you know his story and if you haven't this video is a small insight into Barron Batch.

Jeremy Thiel can put Humpty Dumpty back together again.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Diddy or Ditty?

Alrighty folks... here's a little something to get your weekend started early!

Enjoy, and remember to "dance like no one is watching"

Jeremy Thiel CAN handle the truth!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Happy Birthday

Let me start this blog off by saying Happy 235th Birthday to the United States Marine Corps.

"The Marines I have seen around the world have the
cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest
morals of any group of animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the
United States Marine Corps!" ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

And now for my next Birthday wish...

I met Heath Sophomore year in High School, after a football practice. I was on one side of the locker room which was divided by a set of lockers and Heath was on the other end. I had a song stuck in my head from the "Set It Off" soundtrack. Now I won't reveal which song it was, but I will say, its a song for Grown Folk!

I was singing the song in my head and humming the tune out loud but for the life of me I could not remember the second verse of the song. It was starting to drive me crazy, so I started asking the guys next to me if they knew the second verse to this song. No one even knew what song I was talking about. The days of going home and looking up lyrics on google or wasn't even a thought in my mind.. so I was getting pretty desperate. I couldn't wait to get home to ask my sister if she could remember the second verse. If I don't know a movie quote, an actor or what movie they played in she's usually my life line.

Just when I was giving up hope on finding out the second verse, out from behind the lockers a tall, skinny, white kid (always had to be racial) peeks his head around and starts to sing the lyrics to the song. Now I can't tell you what shocked me more, that I finally started to remember the lyrics or that this guy who would later go on to be my best friend was the one who knew the lyrics. Nothing about Heath said to me I listen to "Rap" or "R&B." To my surprise not only did he listen to the same kind of music as me, but he could also rap the lyrics to just about every Bone Thugs n' Harmony song there was, and actually KNEW the lyrics. Now that, was pretty amazing in itself.

Now, I could write an entire book about how close we became, about how he became more than just my best friend and more of my brother, about how I see his Parents, his sister and mamo like my parents, my sister and my mamo. How, he was the only person that seemed to have the words so that life made sense again. But I won't. Because today is not about me. Today is about Heath and his story. Today is the day I will tell stories of the things we did, the conversations we had and the things we went through. Today is the day I will always talk about, the man that Heath was and of the Man I'm becoming because of Heath. Until our next conversation stew... one love.