Part of the reason that we came to LA for that particular weekend was Tom had two special invitations to the Halloween party David Saperstein was throwing at his home in Malibu. The party was the next night, so we invited the girls to join us, and they promised that they’d be at our hotel by 7:00. However, when they hadn’t arrived by eight, we said the hell with it and left for the party. It was a madhouse when we arrived, and they even had police directing traffic and showing us where to park. Although, before letting us proceed any further, they double checked our invitations along with our IDs which they did again as we entered the property. On our way to the bar up near the house, we stopped into a tent to watch Frankie Valli and the 4 seasons sing a few of their hits. Then as we worked our way through the celebrities and towards the bar, all of a sudden out of nowhere, there are our ladies. (pictured on top with Tom and me) Shocked, Tom asked them how the hell they managed to get in, and Joasia said, “Well after a nice policeman parked our car for us, he also escorted us here because we told him that we needed a cocktail.” Beauty does have its privileges.
Who was the best president ever? I would think that it would have to be a non-warring president. I’ve got one in mind, who you got?
My liberal friends think of right wingers as mostly dumb out of work rednecks. I don’t know many rednecks, but I know a lot of right-wingers who are not only not out of work, they’re also rich and smart.
More freedom does not lead to safer streets.
Why does my gas gauge seem to take forever to go from full to half and then to empty in a flash?
If asked by aliens from outer space why half of our people paint their face? What would your answer be?
Wisdom is the occupational hazard of a bartender.
You only get one second chance.
I’m not sure any of us can change, but we can all evolve to a better version of ourselves.
I have a lot easier time believing in God than the people who claim to speak for him.
You’ll never see the future if you’re living in the past.
I love when American Airlines claims they are changing their rewards program so I can get free flights faster but in actuality, it now takes twice as long.
I have equal love for Duffy’s when they bring out a new menu with some newer meals on it designed to hide the fact that they increased the price of my favorite dishes.
What I’ll never understand is why the fu#ked up people who cause nothing but heartache, get most of the love?
Why do so many people have to die to protect the rights of so few?
The scariest stories are usually true. I was congratulating myself the other day about how calm I’ve been lately until I realized that I haven’t been flying as much lately.
When I was a kid, the Dee-Jay on the radio was much bigger than any of the records he played. The Beatles changed all that when they became the first musicians who didn’t suck up to them.
Listen up, radio! Henry Ford and Steve Jobs were right; it’s not necessary to give the people what they want, just give them what you want them to have, then figure out how to make them like it.
When my buddy Reid Reker who oversees 1000 or more billboards in the midwest recently claimed that he missed radio, I told him, “No you don’t Reid, what you miss is how radio used to be.
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