Lie Detector 09/17/13 If you lost a bet, which eyebrow would you shave off
THE MIDDLE ONE
First thing you’d do with powerball winnings
HELP MY FRIENDS AND FAMILY, AND SOME ANIMAL RESCUE GROUPS. AND PAY ANGEL PAGAN (SF GIANTS) TO HAVE DINNER WITH ME. AND PROBABLY HIS INTERPRETER. IF HIS INTERPRETER IS GEORGE CLOONEY.
Which new Fall TV show would you never watch
THE ONES WITH THE LONGEST TRAILERS, IT MEANS THEY GOT NUTHIN' ELSE.
What’s your TV guilty pleasure?
MODERN FAMILY. I KEEP WATCHING ALL THE PREVIOUS SEASONS ON DVD.
How quickly would you sell out a family member to win Survivor
THAT DEPENDS ON THE FAMILY MEMBER. CAN A GIANT PYTHON BE INVOLVED?
Fantasy Football or Rock N Roll Fantasy
ROCK N' ROLL FANTASY. THE GAME FILMS ARE MUCH MORE INTERESTING. AND THE PANTS ARE JUST AS TIGHT - BONUS!
Bonus Question Breaking Bad…Should Walt get away with it?
NO, HE SHOULD BE KILLED OFF. SO THAT NEXT SEASON HE CAN STAR IN A NEW TV SERIES COMBINING HIS TWO MOST FAMOUS ROLES - WALT WHITE, AND TIM WHATLEY, THE DENTIST ON SEINFELD. HE WOULD BE A CRAZED METH ADDLED DENTIST WHO SELLS GOLD CROWNS ON THE SIDE.
Lie Detector 9/10 Super Hero Alter Ego?
Wonder Woman. Love the outfits, love the hair.
Location of your secret lair?
A wine cellar. You can do everything from there, and really, why leave?
Air Guitar or Air Drums?
Neither. Dashboard Piano.
Breaking Bad or Duck Dynasty?
Neither. Game of Cards, Newsroom, The Daily Show and Modern Family. The Duck Guys? sure they're rich, but way too much plaid for me. Breaking Bad? Sure he's rich, but flammable.
The best Batman?
Michael Keaton - 'ever dance w/ the devil in the pale moonlight?'
What would you do with an extra Grand?
Ask Micheal Keaton to dress up like Batman.
Bonus Question Arm wrestling…Joe Montana vs Rich Gannon?
Joe Montana - he's a cattle wrangler, doncha know. Very strong forearms, he got them from gittin along those lil' doggies.
So, I after spending a lot of quality time on their website, www.rejuvemedical.com, I made my first appointment. It was exactly what I wanted. Dr. Tang and his staff spent a lot of time with me, and answered all my questions. For one thing, every procedure they offer has been tried out on their staff first! Nothing makes it to their clients without their approval. I love that!
Come and see for yourself, the quality and caring that is Rejuve Medical, on Wed. October 9, 4-8pm. I am calling it the Rockers Survival Party. My friends will tell you that the treatments I received at Rejuve Medical have taken 10 years off my face - I am thinking chunks of the 80's, some Stones concerts in the 90's, and a few select years in the 2000's for sure .
There will be tasty nibbles and sips, plus special pricing on services, raffles, even live demonstrations of Cool Sculpting. Rejuve is the Cool Sculpting Center of Silicon Valley! Come see what this amazing new technology can do for you.
Please RSVP at 408-740-5320. Their website is www.rejuvemedical.com. I recommend them very highly, and I look forward to seeing you there! And yes, I will dish on the procedures I had - it's all between surviving Rockers, right?
As I have said, time marches on, and when it does, it will march right over your face. But, when you get to that point where you think 'hmmmm, I wonder if.....' where do you go? Who can you rely on? I have friends that have tried several places, and not to the results they were looking for. I tried lipo several years ago, w/ a Dr. in Los Gatos, and I won't even go into that nightmare.
I had heard good things about Rejuve Medical in Saratoga. So, I made that first appointment. Took a big step to get me that far! I went in, hoping not for the big sales push filled w/ questionable promises.
First, I studied their website www.rejuvemedical.com. Very impressive. Dr. Tang and his wife Alexandra, a registered nurse, both have extensive training and experience. And the staff intrigued me, too.
Check back next week, I'll fill you in on that first appointment...
A little more than a week has passed since Bruce Springsteen's former home located at 71/2 West End Court Long Branch, New Jersey was placed on the market for $349,900 by one of its three owners, and already real estate agent Susan McLaughlin of Keller Williams Realty has received a whopping 40 phone calls and another 40 emails regarding the estate.
The other two owners have agreed to partner with anyone willing to buy a third of the house.
Springsteen lived in the five-room, two-bedroom and one bath cottage in 1974 and '75 and while writing his most iconic album to date, 1975′s Born to Run. He was 25 and 26
According to the Asbury Park Press, rock legend Bob Dylan was looking for the landmark home after being detained by the Long Branch police in 2009. While visting the homes of rock stars like Jim Morrison to feel the musical vibes, Dylan mistakenly went to West End Avenue, not West End Court.
As promised, here is the lovely gift I got for our White Elephant party. Each year with our friends we try to find the worst, tackiest gift we can to see who can top each other. This year I looked in the 'Ugly Christmas Sweaters' rack at Goodwill. The sweaters weren't all that bad, but I did find these. Flannel mustard colored hot pants, size extra large, that say Kiss Me Dear in green and red. Nice that they are flannel so they don't wrinkle when traveling. :) Other contenders this year included Presidents of the United States Pez Dispensers, and Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga tooth brushes. It was a stellar year for the White Elephant party!
Fleetwood Mac's best-selling album, Rumours, will be reissued in expanded and deluxe editions on January 29th.
The expanded edition adds a disc of previously unreleased outtakes and one of recordings from the 1977 Rumours tour to the original album. The popular B-side "Silver Springs" is tacked on at the end of the album, unlike the 2004 reissue, which slotted the track in the middle.
The deluxe edition adds the 2004 reissue's disc of outtakes, a DVD with the 1977 documentary The Rosebud Film and the original album on vinyl.
Fleetwood Mac will release two new songs early next year ahead of their tour from early April through mid-June. Stevie Nicks tells us that Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie recorded the backing tracks earlier this year, and two weeks ago she went to Buckingham's L.A.-area home to lay down her vocals.
"They came out great," says Stevie. "They sound totally like really great Fleetwood Mac songs."
The songs are "Miss Fantasy" and "Sad Angel." Stevie and Lindsey also recorded a third song, which may be released next year as part of a possible 40th anniversary edition of the Buckingham-Nicks album.
In celebration of their 50th anniversary, The Rolling Stones will release a new career-spanning best-of on Tuesday. Called GRRR!, it is available in five formats with either 50 or 80 tracks. It starts with their 1963 cover of Chuck Berry's "Come On" and contains all their biggest songs including their two new ones -- "Doom and Gloom" and "One More Shot" -- both of which were recorded this past August in Paris. These are their first new songs since 2005.
As for calling it GRRR as in grrreat, Mick Jagger tells us he can hear it rolling off the tongues of disc jockeys. The album cover is a painting by his friend Walter Ford of a gorilla sporting the Stones' tongue and lips logo. Jagger tells us it's the "500-pound gorilla in the room... I really like the piece."
Let the Music Play, which documents the history of The Doobie Brothers from their beginnings as a Northern California biker band in 1970 up through their present incarnation, will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 13th. The new film features input from all the surviving key band members, manager Bruce Cohn and longtime producer Ted Templeman to tell the story of the band's highs and lows over its four decade career. It also features nine bonus live performances, including such hits as "Listen to the Music," "Black Water," "Takin' It to the Streets," "Long Train Runnin'" and "China Grove."
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' first single, "Love Me Do," October 5th, 1962. In celebration, EMI's Parlophone label is releasing a commemorative edition of the single. However, there's one small problem -- they did not re-produce the original single with Ringo Starr on drums that was recorded on September 4th, 1962, but rather the one with session drummer Andy White and Ringo on tambourine from September 11th of that year. EMI has not commented on the screw up, which is resulting in an instant collector's item. Word has it that they recalled it from retailers and it is no longer available in the Beatles' website store.