Jmunney was born when Elvis swung his pelvis.  He was born again when Dennis Hopper dropped acid.  He was born some more when Beethoven met disco.  He came through the birth canal when Donkey Kong tied his tie.  He came alive when Color Me Badd performed on SNL.  And his birth was right when Mr. Rogers became a Peeping Tom.  Now he deigns to share with you all that he has learned from the times he came to life.

Jmunney is Jeffrey Malone, a writer/reporter/critic/thinkpiecer/listmaker and occasional filmmaker, screenwriter, comedian, actor, musician, and overnight sensation originally from Yardley, PA.  He currently resides in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.  He is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland, with a Bachelor’s in English, and of The New School, with a Master of Arts in Media Studies.  He is not to be confused with the Jeff Malone who played for the Bullets, Jazz, Sixers, and Heat, unless you like basketball, in which case he is to be confused with that Jeff Malone.

Besides writing for this blog, Jeff has also been known as the Entertainment Editor at News Cult, a contributor at Bubbleblabber, and a creator at Moviepilot. He was formerly a contributing writer at Starpulse, and he also has bylines at New York Magazine and Guff.com. E-mail Jeff at jeffmalonesemailaccount@gmail.com and follow Jeff on Twitter @jmunneymalone.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. paul herman
    May 13, 2015 @ 15:59:15

    Hi Jeff,

    Week after week you put Echosmith’s “Bright” at number 20.

    I happen to love that song and would put it at number one if I was still writing Top 14 surveys like I used to do from 1972 to 1981.

    I guess it just proves that great minds don’t always think alike, especially when it comes to music.

    Reminds of the time I made this wonderful tape of music that came out around October 1977 just for a trip I made with my buddies to a dude ranch in the Catskills.

    After playing Roger Daltrey’s “Say It Ain’t So, Joe” and a couple of Moody Blue songs from 1967, my friend who was driving stopped the car on the NY Thruway as Chicago’s “Baby What a Big Surprise” was playing, to put on the new Billy Joel album ‘The Stranger’.

    I worked all night on that tape, and boy was I pissed!

    Getting back to “Bright”, it’s a simple delightful song that just flows.

    I don’t know why you keep letting it stall at number 20.

    Take care,

    Paul Herman


    • jmunney
      May 13, 2015 @ 17:32:29

      Thanks for the feedback. (Although I’m wondering, why did you post it on my About page and not one of my Top 20 posts?)

      Unfortunately, “Bright” hasn’t been clicking with it. But please don’t interpret my placement as an admonishment to anyone who likes it. Feel free to like what you like!

      Maybe my take on “Bright” will develop in the future, but right now, it is perfectly innocuous and just does not leave much of an impression on me.


  2. Shimky
    Apr 30, 2016 @ 23:52:25

    Superb about about page, Jeffrey! That first paragraph!!


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