|Fonzie's new friend|
Hey, Looks like Fonzie has a friend on the Riverwalk. Hmm.. Seems to me someone took some time to create "it." Can you guess which one I prefer?
Hey, is a radiator supposed to sound like the Canterbury ghost is banging on the pipes with a sledge hammer? Damn, it's loud.
I have mentioned that I love the 'Amazing Race,' although I need to update the talky box so's I can view it next time. I love that the 'Beekman Boys' won. If you believe in miracles, it was a miracle. They usually came in last place, and just had no cool, until I found out more about them. I always wondered why the other racers named them the 'Beekman Boys.' Well, let me tell you, they are an interesting couple. I noticed a book on the library shelf (duh, where else would a book be?) and the two men on the cover looked familiar. It was Josh and Dr. Brent! Josh writes books, along with doing other things like running a goat farm in upsate New York. The funny thing is on the AR show I got the impression they were a bunch of hicks, until in one episode, Josh started speaking French to the inhabitants of, well, France. They were always calm and steady. In this case, slow and steady did win the race. Anyhoo, my, my, Josh has had an interesting life. He grew up on a farm in Cheddarland, then became a drag queen entertainer, then an ad exec, and a goat farmer. I knew I liked him when I read the first page of his book, 'The Bucolic Plague,' and he made me laugh.
|Aqua aka Josh|
You can catch up on the boys with their site, Beekman 1802, where they have a Martha Stewart type blog (Dr. Brent worked for Martha) and sell goat soap
Yes, I need to find Josh's other book about his life as Aqua, the drag queen with fishies in her boobs.
My kind of people. : )
Inauguration and MLK Day. What a great day.
**Cleaning out my spam comments. One of them started with, "I knew you yesterday, but I don't know you now."