Monthly Archives: June 2007
>Be sure to read all the comments at Dave’s post:
“Bill Barnes was standing in a convenience store in Grand Rapids Michigan and scratching off a losing $2 lottery ticket when he felt a hand reach inside his front left pocket. In that pocket he had about $300 in cash. He grabbed the thief’s left hand and started pummeling him with his right, landing six or seven punches before the store manager intervened (to save the dumb asses life I’m thinkin).”
>They must take their Yahtzee pretty seriously in Florida.
I could understand getting upset about a game of Dominos or Monopoly maybe.
>Hootie the Golden Retriever puppy was very interested in something under the kitchen table tonight. When Mrs. Geezer investigated, she found a little frog.
I took him out to the pond and put him on a lily pad that was sent to us by LauraW, my Internet Friend in Connecticut.
I’m amazed that I caught him in mid-jump.
Frog on a Lily Pad… Seems natural to me.
I just hope Elizabeth, the Garden Snake doesn’t eat him.
Mrs. Geezer made this Stained Glass Frog a couple of years ago.
>Ace posted this a while ago but it’s worth a second look.
Be sure to watch the whole thing because he reveals how he does it.
>Forty years ago I was working as a stagehand at NBC studios in Burbank, California. I worked on many shows including: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Phyllis Diller and Laugh In. One time I was working the Dean Martin show and I heard that Kenny Rogers and the First Edition were going to appear. Their song “Just Dropped in to See what Condition My Condition was In” was one of my favorites so I went back to the dressing room to see if I could get their autograph. They were very nice and every member of the band signed a piece of sheet music.
You may not know it but you have probably seen Mickey before. He usually plays a big Biker Dude. He was in a popular Breath Saver commercial and he was a regular on Home Improvement.
Flash forward 40 years and I hear the DJ on Boomer 100.7 say that Mickey Jones would be appearing on his show the next day. I called up Big Jack and Bryan and told them I had Mickey’s autograph. They were excited and asked me to fax it to them.
The next day I was listening as Bryan interviewed Mickey
When he showed him the copy of the autographed sheet music, Mickey was blown away.
“That’s the real deal,” he said.
On Saturday they were going to have a motorcycle rally to raise funds for Cancer research and guess who was going to be the Master of Ceremonies.
I told Mrs. Geezer that we needed to drive to Ontario for the festivities. We got there just in time for the Loud Pipe contest.
This girl won the contest with her Harley. Look at Mickey plugging his ears.
Here I am playing along with the ZZ Top song, Tush.
We had a great time. We’ll be back next year and so will Mickey.
>To make up for my lack of posts, I’ll divert your attention to Sobek’s excellent James Bond quiz: