In all manners of respect and Greek philosophy, comprehending how things take form and evolve requires a great deal of time and a lack of basic cable. Why sit on the sidelines musing about these tedious un-answerables when looking at, say, the career of Hollywood A-Lister Mark Wahlberg. An afro over a decade, would anyone take this young heart throb slash "me too me too" pop sensation seriously? Markie Markie and the Funky Bunch, albeit catchy, was an un-original music group title in conventional mediocre-minded public spaces. However, it was just the right amount of energy and irony that somehow spawned the career of this legendary thespian and now acclaimed producer and culture maven. Like any intra family celebrity-dome, Mark was a sleeping giant in the eyes of his then pop superstar Donnie Wahlberg of the New Kids on the Block. Blinded by their own knowledge of themselves and NKOTB being at the top of the rock, the sun gently set behind another generational fad and let the real McCoy's come out of the woodwork. Knowingly in the backward narration of it all, Mark's music career is comfortably set in the mist of reasons of how, let's say, the role of Dirk Diggler was filled in P.T Anderson's 1999 film Boogie Nights. Once a thespian clearly proves his salt within a harrowing auteur director film, there is no stopping the untapped potential Anderson saw in the early gates of Mark's career. And many of gates this young man has had the privilege to pass where now, he sits back on a recent empire he built on the exclusive HBO playing field. Entourage was a hit series that defied episodic writing weaved through the seemingly superficial Hollywood hoops and ladder system. Mark Wahlberg is the astonishing iceberg of the Wahlberg family.