Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Monday, July 21, 2008
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Yesterday the little 10 year old boy, whose name is Bubba, (lmfao how perfect is that?) came over to ask me if he could sweep my deck and driveway for $3. He was trying to earn money to buy his mother a birthday present. I was really touched and thought how sweet is that? So told him to come back today and he could do it. After talking to another neighbor last night I found out the kid is running a scam, it's not really his mother's birthday at all! That little shit went around the neighborhood doing this to everyone and earned $25 so far. When he comes back today I am doing one of two things. Either I will rave to him about how sweet he is to try and earn money to buy his mother a gift and how much I admire him for that and when I see her I am going to wish her a happy birthday and tell her how sweet he is and go on and on and make him squirm until he confesses OR I'm going to give him a ton of little chores and then only pay him the $3 for all of it. I am beyond pissed at that little lying, conniving brat. He's going down!!!
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Seriously? Really? These magazines are wasting their money if they think we are actually dying to see pictures of these celebrity babies. Who cares? If I never saw pictures of these babies I wouldn't care less.
Friday, July 11, 2008
Saturday, July 5, 2008
Friday, July 4, 2008
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Larry Harmon, who appeared as Bozo the Clown for decades and licensed the name to other Bozos around the world, has died at age 83.
Harmon died Thursday at his home of congestive heart failure, his longtime publicist, Jerry Digney, told The Associated Press.
Although not the first person to play Bozo, Harmon took on the famous clown's persona and, as an entrepreneur, he licensed the character to others, particularly TV stations. Those stations then recruited their own Bozos for local shows.
Harmon met his alter ego after answering a casting call to make personal appearances as a clown to promote records. He got the job and eventually bought the rights to Bozo.
Along the way, he embellished Bozo's distinctive look: the orange-tufted hair, the bulbous nose, the outlandish red, white and blue costume.