Parting shots for the night

Trust me - I need this 
more than you do...




Tonight's Cocktail Hour has been cancelled

I'm changing it.
It will now be Cocktail 5 hours...




Stairway to Gilligan's Island?

These guys took the music from Zeplin and combined it with the lyrics from the theme song from Gilligan's Island.

Seriously...


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Always Ginger - The Professor can have MaryAnne...








Important you see this

These guys did this for a living and I gotta install microwave ovens...


The Three Stooges on the boardwalk 
in Atlantic City in 1938

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Stupid pet tricks (part 1,358,466)

Fewer things in life are more fun than getting high and watching you dog or cat 
do stupid shit...

Do you not agree?








I once had a cat who's name was Kamere.
Very few people got it.

Bikinis are clothes too

And they fit appropriately well 
on the back of my couch...






Ass-backwards

When 'the government' forgets who they work for...

chaos and calamity ensue...



READ THE ARTICLE HERE:

Today's an important day

Okay, maybe not that important, but...

It was on this day in 1945 
that Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis 
first performed together as a team.



They met in 1945 and debuted at Atlantic City's 500 Club on July 25, 1946. The team lasted ten years to the day. Before they teamed up, Martin was a nightclub singer, while Lewis performed a comedy act lip-syncing to records. They performed in nightclubs, and, starting in 1949, on radio. Later they branched out into television and films. In their early radio days they performed as Martin and Lewis but later became hugely popular as Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. These full names helped them launch successful solo careers after parting.



The 500 Club, popularly known as The Five, was a nightclub and supper club at 6 Missouri Avenue in Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States. It was owned by the gangster Paul "Skinny" D'Amato, and operated from the 1930's until the building burned down in a tragic insurance fire in 1973. It became one of the most popular nightspots on the East Coast, and housed the first (illegal) casino to be run in the city.
The main bar was large and black, with black and white zebra-patterned wallpaper on the walls of the room. An indoor waterfall surrounded by imitation exotic vegetation stood in the back. The club's main showroom, the Vermilion Room, often featured the likes of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr.

Here's an in-depth article on the place:

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Today is Jose' Bautista's birthday.
They call him Joey Bats. I call him a jerkoff.


This is a video that shows why I think he's an asshole.

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Okay - one more tidbit about today.

On this date in 1950-something, the cruise ship Andrea Doria sank.



Okay - we're done with that.

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No one worth talking about 
was born today.

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Here's GFR live:


If you could have only gone one day of the three, which day would you have gone? 

I'da been there day one.

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Helluva catch and follow-up guzzle. I'd give him a '9'

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By the way - yesterday was Lynda Carter's birthday and nobody even noticed.




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