That’s Not The Way, Uh-huh, Uh-huh, He Liked It
KC of KC and the Sunshine Band took a six foot plunge off a Phoenix stage while performing Boogie Shoes during a Cinco de Mayo (May 5) performance there. The 54-year old lead singer required six stitches over his right eye and sprained his knee. KC and the Sunshine band have resumed their tour and are scheduled to appear in Florida and Georgia.
Poppa Can You Hear Me?!
Well Babs, I have the short answer for you – NO! My parents settled in, but not before the monster (I mean mom-ster...Freudian slip) insisted we do some late night food shopping at our local supermarket. One hour and eighty dollars later, we finished her idea of “light” grocery shopping. When we returned to my apartment, Dad, who is hearing impaired, relaxed to Telemundo loud enough to have our Mexican neighbors, two doors down, run out their backdoor into the cold night, following an INS news story they thought was happening live. Just as I prepared to fall into a deep and drug-induced sleep, I heard a faint bark outside that sounded like my baby, Busta. Mom has been reminded that 13 pound Miniature Schnauzers that own Burberry coats, do not sleep outdoors in NYC. My 7 a.m. therapy session went wonderful this morning and my therapist says that so long as I keep repeating to myself that my parents do not wish to have me committed – and adhere to the 3 blue and 1 purple pill twice daily while they’re here – I’ll be fine.
BWI Changes Name To Honor Marshall
Thurgood Marshall, the first African American to serve on the Supreme Court, was honored by Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich yesterday when a bill was signed changing the name of BWI Airport to the Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Hmmm… a mouth full! Why not just the Thurgood Marshall International Airport, ala Ronald Reagan International Airport in DC? Marshall was appointed to the bench in 1967 by President Lyndon Johnson.
Keep passin’ the open windows…