Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Music and Airplanes

I listen to all kinds of music. Anything and everything.

Except some of the newer hip-hop and rap because I really don't consider alot of that stuff music cause ain't nobody singing.

I was listening to the Joey Reynold show at work last night and Joey was interviewing Henry Mancini's daughter. She is quite a singer and it turns out she has a new CD with quite a few of her fathers standards on it.

Awesome stuff. It's called "Ultimate Mancini"

My next door neighbor is a pilot for American Airlines. He stops in at work from time to time on his way home from evening flights. He was telling me some of the horror stories about flying over the holidays. I am so glad I don't have to fly for my job or commute a very long distance.

I consider my neighbor very knowledgable concerning the state of the airline industry and when he says the whole industry is in for a wake up call in the next 10 years-I believe him. I also wouldn't want his job for a million bucks. If I have a bad day at work-I might burn a few donuts. If he has a bad day.......well, we'll all read about it on the front page of the paper. Lots of stress.

He has a real Harley chopper but I was telling him about my new Kona chopper, he seemed pretty jazzed about it, maybe he'll take it for a spin when I get it.

It's kind of hard to believe that Wal-Mart sells this book.

This is funny as hell. I linked page 7 because it's my favorite. Santa just got back from a bender.

Lots of funny stuff here. I like the Wal-Mart story.

This movie reviewer needs to get a fucking grip.
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It's Sponge Bob for God's sake.

Maybe the reviewer of the movie coulda helped this guy instead. Ouch.

I like this guys sense of humor.

Cats are okay but I like dogs better.
We used to have to wash our dog when I was a kid and he always kinda liked it. If I had a cat and it needed washed.......... I'd probably bungee it to the roof of my van and head to the nearest car wash.

Happy " P.C. " Holidays................

Saw this and had to share.....

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Till later.........

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