AKA Jean-Jacques LeBon, and Chris Ingram – and when he modeled for Playgirl, Antoine Dijon. Seriously?? Antoine Dijon ??? did they get that name from a Bugs Bunny cartoon? Bonus point for watching the entire 10-minute clip, with the sound ON! And what does he come riding in on?? – and those moves! the “Cher hands”…. who DOES your choreography, man. But he does have lots of energy, ya gotta give him that.
October 12, 2011
October 11, 2011
October 7, 2011
October 6, 2011
Sitting at the South Station Bus Terminal in Boston a couple weeks ago, I tried to access WiFi, and did so without a problem – basically any of the cheap buses sitting nearby will have it turned on. I was the only one in line for the 6pm Lucky Star bus, but there were several other 6pm buses going to NYC, and the MegaBus line had at least 25 people in it! So, I’m using MegaBus’s WiFi and went to click on my website to see if I have any comments to approve and – it’s blocked! Harrrrrummph! By about 5:55, with only 2 other people in line, I’m starting to get nervous that my bus won’t have enough people to justify a driver and gas, when they call us to board. I grab my stuff, get on board, and there are only 6 of us (at $15 bucks each) on board, and I reset the WiFi for my bus, and get connected to my site with no problem. Boy, I love Lucky Star Bus!
October 5, 2011
Kiss Today Goodbye
directed by: Francis Ellie (1976)
Starring: George Payne, Lew Seager, David Savage, Michael Gaunt, Mark Hamilton , Kurt Mann, Firth Demule, Ben Dover, R. Cansino, and in a non-sexual role, Mary Stunning (Seager’s wife).
George Payne is a construction worker who cheats on his nagging lover (and boy does he nag!) with a married, closeted, man (Lew Seager). I can’t decide which is more amusing, the narrator’s lines, the intense musical soundtrack, or the “fly-on-the-wall” special effects!