Born and raised here in the HV. Kingston, Middletown and Poughkeepsie represent. I enjoy long walks on the beach and a nice sunset. Sometimes for dinner, I just eat a log of cookie dough and wash it down with some ginger ale. I enjoy "talkies" in my spare time, especially the new color ones they have these days. If I could have dinner with anyone it would be the "Gangnam Style" guy, I would tie him to a chair and lock him in a room with Hanson's "Um Bop" blasting on high and see how he likes getting beat up with bad pop music. I am a member of Oprah's book of the month club. I believe everything that's said on Fox news is the truth. I think it would be funny if dogs had to where pants. If I could have a super power it would be all of Aquaman's powers because when all hell breaks loose in the middle of America I want to send an army of whale's to save the day, oh wait, could he make that happen? If I could meet somebody famous from the past it would be Elvis, because that guy was totally crazy and knew how to party. Anybody who creates rhinestone studded, open chested, one piece jumpsuits with capes and parties it up all night and ends caps it off by munching down a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich is AOK in my book. Be sure to check out your Rockin' Ride Home with Scotty Perry Monday thru Friday 2p-7p and Saturdays 10a-3p. It's a blast...
I was always a huge Andy Kaufman fan.
I watch all the specials about him, and loved the movie, "Man in the Moon," based on Andy's life. On Monday evening at the 9th Annual Andy Kaufman awards in NYC, hosted by Andy's brother, a young lady came up on stage claimed that she was Andy's 24 year old daughter and that he was a stay at home dad and raised her along with her mother. He said he didn't want to be in the spotlight anymore and he faked his death so he could live a normal life.
I have to say if this is true, it could be the greatest hoax ever. I so hope it's true and he's alive. Just think it really could have been him as "Tony Clifton" a couple times instead of Zamuda. You have to see the video and read the story. Click here and decide for yourself, hoax or not. (WATCH)
A while ago on one of my favorite shows, "The Big Bang Theory," Raj and Howard got a 3D printer and made action figures based on themselves. There was also a story a couple weeks ago about how a father made a prosthetic hand for his son.
With all the good, you know there has to be some bad.
Where else would you find bad but here on the inter webs, and of course you can find blue prints to create a gun on a 3D printer. At least the feds found this out and tried it out themselves and the results are deadly…but not as you would expect. Click here for the story and details.