Monthly Archives: March 2007

Random MGM Studios blog

So I went to MGM this week with Sara, Brother Andy, and his wife Jesica. Here are some random pics from the trip. Enjoy.

Look it’s Kim Possible & Ron Stoppable!!!

That’s a shitload of water…

Mrs. Tiki & Me with San Fransisco in the background…

Effing Sweet! A Stormtrooper!

I cut Ron out for this one. As it should be…just Kim and me!

Heehee….at waffle house early in the day.

That’s Andy and Jesica

Most of you know, I’m not a big fan of Thrill Rides, but the Rockin’ Rollercoaster and the Tower of Terror were pretty effing fun!!

Look! Pizza Planet!!!


The “hold the camera in front of us” picture

This was just a cool picture

Anyhoo (that was for you), we had a good time and made him home safe and exhausted! This was the only park I hadn’t been to in Orlando so I was pretty excited. I am happy to report that it might be my new #2 fave! Sea World will always be #1.


To see a few more photos Click Here

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Video: Peyton Manning On Saturday Night Live

Peyton Manning & United Way

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Pics From St. Paddy’s Day!

Like many of you, I am nursing a bit of a hangover this morning. I am getting ready to get my greasy breakfast on at Manny’s but wanted to put up a couple of pics from last night.

Some of the staff before the action started

Jillian & Me

Richelle & Me

Linda & Me

Teva & Me

Teva & Richelle



And few customers having fun

It’s Ned!

After Hours at P-Dubs!

Chel-C & Shay

Matt’s got his beer goggles on!

Me behind the bar at Walt’s with Frank & Jazz

Ashlee & Linda

Jazz, Frank & Shay

So good times……

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Today’s Drink Recipe: Renee’s Orgasm

Renee’s Orgasm

1 part Captain Morgan® spiced rum
1 part butterscotch liqueur

Combine ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake to chill and strain into a rocks glass. Suck it down.

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Red Flags by Allen Ross

A quick transcription of Red Flags by Allen Ross. I forgot how much I liked his songs. For better or worse, it’s Allen’s fault that I became a parrothead.

This is the title song of Allen’s most recent CD, available for preview and purchase at

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Red Flags by Allen Ross

A friend of mine asked my advice on this girl he thinks is hot.
She’s got him acting crazy, wants to tie the knot.
He says she got a great big pair fuzzy dice
On her saturn’s rearview mirror and her rear view sure looks nice.

I said hold on Amigo..some things you just don’t do.

Don’t drink to much Red Stripe,
Don’t overamp on Red Bull
Don’t piss of a Redhead, unless you want a mouthful.
Don’t be drinking Red Wine when the menu calls for fish.
Always look for Red Flags..before you’re deep in shit.

I had a girl named Violet, she made me sing the blues.
Spening so much green, ’till my gold card was refused.
Her true colors shown when she went down…town to tell my wife.
Now my white lies turned to black eyes, i see red all the time.

Quite frankly Scarlet…my advise to you

Don’t drink to much Red Stripe,
Don’t overamp on Red Bull
Don’t piss of a Redhead, unless you want a mouthful.
Don’t be drinking Red Wine when the menu calls for fish.
Always look for Red Flags..before you’re deep in shit.

Here’s a little riddle…In the middle…Of the song

What could taste as sweet as a red delicious?
Then with just one bite can turn so vicious?
What can set you free? Make you slave forever?
Mark ruby red on your cheek? Oh how clever….

A woman’s lips can solve the riddle.
Enjoy that kiss boys, but just remember…

Don’t drink to much Red Stripe (Unless your in Jamaica)
Don’t try to cross the Red Sea (Unless Moses makes ya)
Don’t be driving through Red Lights, overamped on Red Bull.
And don’t piss of a Redhead, unless you want a mouthful.
Don’t be drinking Red Wine anytime at Red Lobster

Always look for Red Flags..before you’re deep in shit.

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History Minute: Blizzard of ’88

1888 : Great Blizzard of ’88 hits East Coast

On this day in 1888, one of the worst blizzards in American history strikes the Northeast, killing more than 400 people and dumping as much as 55 inches of snow in some areas. New York City ground to a near halt in the face of massive snow drifts and powerful winds from the storm. At the time, approximately one in every four Americans lived in the area between Washington D.C. and Maine, the area affected by the Great Blizzard of 1888.

On March 10, temperatures in the Northeast hovered in the mid-50s. But on March 11, cold Arctic air from Canada collided with Gulf air from the south and temperatures plunged. Rain turned to snow and winds reached hurricane-strength levels. By midnight on March 11, gusts were recorded at 85 miles per hour in New York City. Along with heavy snow, there was a complete whiteout in the city when the residents awoke the next morning.

Despite drifts that reached the second story of some buildings, many city residents trudged out to New York’s elevated trains to go to work, only to find many of them blocked by snow drifts and unable to move. Up to 15,000 people were stranded on the elevated trains; in many areas, enterprising people with ladders offered to rescue the passengers for a small fee. In addition to the trains, telegraph lines, water mains and gas lines were also located above ground. Each was no match for the powerful blizzard, freezing and then becoming inaccessible to repair crews. Simply walking the streets was perilous. In fact, only 30 people out of 1,000 were able to make it to the New York Stock Exchange for work; Wall Street was forced to close for three straight days. There were also several instances of people collapsing in snow drifts and dying, including Senator Roscoe Conkling, New York’s Republican Party leader.

Many New Yorkers camped out in hotel lobbies waiting for the worst of the blizzard to pass. Mark Twain was in New York at the time and was stranded at his hotel for several days. P.T. Barnum entertained some of the stranded at Madison Square Garden. The East River, running between Manhattan and Queens, froze over, an extremely rare occurrence. This inspired some brave souls to cross the river on foot, which proved a terrible mistake when the tides changed and broke up the ice, stranding the adventurers on ice floes. Overall, about 200 people were killed by the blizzard in New York City alone.

But New York was not the only area to suffer. Along the Atlantic coast, hundreds of boats were sunk in the high winds and heavy waves. The snowfall totals north of New York City were historic: Keene, New Hampshire, received 36 inches; New Haven, Connecticut, got 45 inches; and Troy, New York, was hit by 55 inches of snow over 3 days. In addition, thousands of wild and farm animals froze to death in the blizzard.

In the wake of the storm, officials realized the dangers of above-ground telegraph, water and gas lines and moved them below ground. In New York City, a similar determination was made about the trains, and within 10 years, construction began on an underground subway system that is still in use today.

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Today’s Drink Recipe: Sex With An Alligator

Sex With An Alligator

3/4 oz Midori melon liqueur
3/4 oz Malibu coconut rum
3/4 oz Jagermeister herbal liqueur
1/2 oz pineapple juice
splash of Chambord raspberry liqueur or creme de cassis

In an ice-filled shaker, combine Midori, Malibu and pineapple juice. Shake to chill and pour into a rocks glass. Sink a splash of Chambord to the bottom of the glass, then layer Jagermeister on top. Serve. Thanks to Carol for teaching me this shot!

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Today’s Drink Recipe: Prickly Pear

Prickly Pear

1 1/2 oz Absolut Pears vodka
sour mix to balance

Pour vodka over ice in a 9 or 10 oz highball glass. Fill with sour mix, stir and serve.

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Good Times At Iron Horse

Well I finally got to see Allen Effing Ross at the Iron Horse Saloon!

Here’s a few pics…i’m a little tired for commentary right now LOL

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