Friday, May 29, 2009
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Last night my ‘seeing excellent theatre’ streak continued with SpeakEasy Stage Company’s production of ‘Jerry Springer The Opera’.
I really think this is a production worth seeing. If you were on the fence whether or not to see this, I say SEE IT!!!
Although this production was originally scheduled to end this Sunday (May 30th), they just announced that they’re extending until Sunday June 7th!!!
And (as if that wasn’t enough) it’s with the entire cast intact.
Often times when a show like this announces an extension, it’s with the caveat that there are a few cast members that can’t stay for the extension. However, this time around the ENTIRE cast is able to do the extension.
The SpeakEasy production is full of talented folks not only on the stage, but behind the scenes as well. The set is pretty much an exact replica of the Jerry Springer TV studio, which we all know and love. Add to that an amazingly talented group of actors, and you have an excellent night of theatre.
That’s assuming that a few (hundred) four letter words aren’t going to offend you….because there are plenty.
I can’t take the time to mention everyone I loved, but here are a few standouts:
Timothy John Smith as Warm-up Man/Satan: great part for him, especially in Act 2…he looks and sounds great!
Michael Fennimore as Jerry Springer: he’s got all the ‘Springer-isms’ down pat and does a great job keeping things flowing along
Ariana Valdes as Peaches/Baby Jane: outstanding voice and absolutely hysterical in both roles
Joelle Lurie as Shawntel/Eve: she was one of my absolute favorites….excellent voice and SO funny. Her ‘I Just Want To Dance’ was one of my favorite moments, and her delivery of “Talk to the Ass” had us in hysterics.
Kerry A. Dowling as Andrea & Brian Richard Robinson as Montel: they were a riot and sounded great together….especially in their ‘chase’ scene…hysterical.
Jared Trolio as Tremont: totally took charge of the stage and sounded great on his song
The ensemble was also a HUGE part of the success of the show. How they do what they do every night is beyond me. They all created such interesting and entertaining characters, without ever causing a distraction….it was so much fun watching them (and the poor things never get to leave the stage unless it’s to change).
Here’s the rest of the cast and production team listed…if you’re curious.
Granted, I admit that I may be slightly biased as I’m a big supporter of SpeakEasy and have been for many years….and I’ve performed in several shows with the company (Eight shows, as a matter of fact….yes, I’m tooting my own horn – deal with it) so I’ve had the pleasure of working with a few people I’ve mentioned above, as well as the production staff.
But, even so – that doesn’t mean that I can’t be objective!!!
Seriously…if I didn’t like it, I would have just written a blog post about the crappy weather we’re having today. :-)
If you’re a fan of theatre, opera, musicals, white trash, Jerry Springer, or any of these things – get your tickets now!!!
You’ll have a blast.
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
I'm having a pretty slow day at work, so I thought I'd share some photos with you.
This isn't my entire team (obviously) - but here's a few of the 'Scoops'!!!!
Jerry (Michael Fennimore) comes between a wannabe pole dancer (Joelle Lurie, left) and her mother (Amelia Broome, right).
The ghosts of his former guests haunt Jerry in purgatory. From left: Amelia Broome, Wesley Thomas, Joelle Lurie, Jared Troilo, and Luke Grooms
Timothy John Smith as Satan
In other news: California can suck it.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Quick weekend re-cap:
Friday: I ran into blog reader and USPS employee, 'G' at South Station on my way home, which was an unexpected and delightful treat. WORD!
I got home, changed into shorts (it was H-O-T out!), ate dinner and then Jim and I headed back into Boston to see 'Grey Gardens' at The Lyric Stage. It was SOOOO good. I had a feeling I was going to enjoy myself, but it was really outstanding. Jim wasn't as familiar with the show as I was and he too really enjoyed it.
It's such a fascinating story and a they have a really talented cast. Go see it if you can still get your hands on some tickets. Call today!!!
Saturday: Jim and I went shopping at a local outlet mall and while I only ended up buying a pair of sneakers, Jim did really well. He's lost 30 pounds over the past 5 months, so he really needed to buy some new clothes for the summer. He looks GREAT and really got some nice stuff to show off his new 'figure'. :-)
However, for those of us who HAVEN'T lost 30 pounds, I don't suggest a shopping trip with someone who has. I left there depressed and feeling like a beached whale. We left the outlets, grabbed a quick and healthy lunch (relatively healthy at least), did a bit more shopping at Lowe's (seriously, one of my favorite stores) and then went to a cookout at my sister's house later that night. My Dad and Betty stopped by, which was a very nice surprise since we haven't seen them since December.
Sunday: Early in the morning, we packed up Scooter and headed down the Cape to spend the day with Jim's family. Although the weather wasn't the greatest, we had a really good time. We played games, played whiffle ball, ate lunch, then did a little shopping. Scooter was in HEAVEN because we let him off his leash at the baseball fields (it was completely fenced in). He was going after all the balls, and ended up destroying 2 out of the 5 that we had. He loved running around and in spite of the ball destruction, he was very well-behaved.
Jim and I didn't stay for dinner, but instead headed home and took naps. I fell asleep from about 5:45 until 8:00. Yikes. I'm not one for taking naps, but apparently I needed one.
I got up and then Jim and I were toying with the idea of getting dressed and going out, but we quickly decided that we were more interested in staying home, ordering Chinese food and staying on the couch. :-) Excellent idea.
Monday: Jim spent the day finishing up the back yard (mulching the gardens, seeding the lawn, etc...) while I tidied up the house, did laundry, and entertained Scooter. We took a quick break for lunch and resumed the 'chores'. Once Jim was done with the garden, he showered and we headed to the grocery store. We ate an early dinner and then I took off for my softball game under the lights on the Boston Common.
Our game was against the team that we played on opening day who beat us 17-8 so we were VERY happy to beat them last night 13-4. There were a lot of people there watching the game and a good time was had by all.
So, that's my weekend....I'm looking forward to a very quiet day today...so keep your fingers crossed for me that it works out in my favor.
Don't forget to go and see 'Pirates!' at the Huntington Theatre and 'Grey Gardens' at the Lyric...they both make for some wicked good theatah.
Friday, May 22, 2009
Here are a few press shots from 'Grey Gardens' (Photo Credits: Mark S. Howard)
Left to Right: Aimee Doherty as Young "Little" Edie Beale; Will McGarrahan as George Gould Strong; Leigh Barrett as Edith Bouvier Beale
Leigh Barrett (L) as "Little" Edie Beale; Sarah deLima (R) as Edith Bouvier Beale
Sarah deLima (L) as Edith Bouvier Beale; Leigh Barrett (R) as "Little" Edie Beale
Thursday, May 21, 2009
At least in my eyes anyway.
Every time I've turned the damn show on, I've been forced to listen to them constantly praise Adam as if he was the second coming and it was really getting annoying.
Especially on Tuesday night's show. When they made their final comments to Kris, it sounded like they had completely written him off, and I'm very happy they were wrong.
I didn't get to watch last night, as I was attending 'Pirates!' at the Huntington Theatre (more on that in a minute) but from what I've heard both of them performed quite well last night.
As I said several times before, I'm sure that they'll both have successful recording careers post-Idol, but for the time being, I'm happy with the way things turned out. :-)
In Joanna Weiss' column this morning, she says a few things that I completely agree with:
"Lambert may have been the most polarizing finalist the show has ever seen, and Allen was almost-absurdly wholesome by comparison - and far more similar to third runner-up Danny Gokey. Still, this "Idol" contest wasn't just a skirmish in the culture wars. It was a choice between glam rockers and mellow guys with acoustic guitars, a test of how fast people could dial or text, and - perhaps most significantly - a referendum on what an "American Idol" winner should be.
Lambert arrived on the "Idol" stage fully formed, with the skill and confidence of an already-minted rock star.
Allen, meanwhile, represented the traditional "Idol" conceit: that the show should find a diamond in the rough from some distant corner of the country. He won over voters by choosing bold arrangements and improving over time."
Enough of American Idol....onto 'Pirates!'
I'll keep this brief, because I could probably go on for two hours talking about this show.
It's basically a re-vamped version of Gilbert & Sullivan's 'The Pirates of Penzance' but I unfortunately don't know the original well enough to give specific examples of the changes that were made. Sorry.
That being said, I really, really had a great time at this show. It was extremely well cast, well sung, well directed and I loved the choreography.
It felt more like musical theatre and a not so much like an operetta to me. That's one of the reasons I tend to avoid Gilbert and Sullivan a lot of the time....it's just 'too much' for me.
I'm not a great review writer, so if I come across a review that says what I'm trying to say, I'll post it. :-)
I will say that I really thought they did a great job casting the show. The leads were all great singers and actors and the supporting cast (especially the pirates) were very entertaining.
Kudos to Steve Kazee (Pirate King), Cady Huffman (Ruth), Anderson Davis (Frederic), Farah Alvin (Mabel, and Ed Dixon (Major General). All of them were so strong in their acting and singing. This is going to sound so weird but I don't know how to say it really....I was THRILLED that they were able to find people who could sing 'legit' so that the music wasn't compromised, but at the same time, I didn't ever feel like I was listening to a group of stuffy opera singers.
If you have any interest at all in seeing the show, I HIGHLY suggest it. I had a great time and thought it made for a great night of theatre.
Check out their blog from some pictures and a little bit more info.
Have a great day....
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
I FINALLY figured what my problem is with Adam.
As I've said before, he's clearly a great singer, but after hearing him sing three times last night I realized that I really don't enjoy listening to him or watching him perform.
There is no WAY I'd ever make it through an entire album of his. Much like I'd never sit and listen to Axl Rose sing 11 songs in a row. It just isn't my thing.
I certainly appreciate the fact that he's talented - but that doesn't mean I want to listen to him. And to be completely honest, all the gushing that the judges were doing over him made it even more unbearable to me.
I agree with the fact that Adam 'out sung' Kris last night. Even so, I still enjoyed Kris' performances so much more. I thought the third song was a huge, steaming pile of crap and I can't believe it took THREE people to write it. Really???
Had they lowered the key for Kris, I really think things would have gone much better for him -but it's too late for that.
Whoever wins will not affect me in the least, I'm not that 'invested' in the outcome, and I'm sure they'll both be very successful and have great careers regardless of how it turns out tonight.
After American Idol, we watched the pilot episode of GLEE.....and I kind of loved it.
The story is quite predictable, and I can pretty much see where things are headed, but I can't wait to see it again.
I thought Matthew Morrison did a great job and I LOVED listening to Lea Michelle!! She sounded great....and the boy they have for the lead isn't too bad either. ;-)
That audition sequence made me very happy...loved the sassy black girl and the little queen made me laugh. I love the group that they've put together....it's so 'typical', that I find the whole thing hysterical. (the black kid, the Asian kid, the gay kid, the underdog....etc...etc...)
I'm definitely looking forward to seeing this again in the fall.
Speaking of gay kids....I'm going to see 'Pirates' tonight at the Huntington Theatre.
I'm very interested in seeing it, and since I got a free ticket - I couldn't refuse.
Keep an eye out for my 'review'.
Have a great day!!!
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
For those of you who aren’t aware, up until about 2 years ago, Jim and I had two parakeets (Junior and Buddy) who I loved to pieces. That being said, there was NO way I was going to just walk away and leave the poor little thing to die. It was obviously someone’s pet (there are no wild parakeets in the Boston area) and I’m surprised that it made it through the night. Of course, it may have escaped this morning, but who knows?
Anyway…after a couple of failed attempts, I managed to capture the little guy and then realized that I had him....but had nowhere to put him. Awesome.
I explained the situation and she just smiled and looked at me like I was a lunatic.
Please...like it’s weird to see a grown man standing in your company's parking lot holding a parakeet at 8:15 in the morning….yeesh.
Once she was gone, I managed to locate the bird again and as I stood there looking down at him, a man approached me and asked me if everything was OK. I explained the situation to him and he helped me to capture it again. As it turns out, he has a cat, a dog, and two parakeets of his own, so he was more than happy to take part in the rescue.
Even better….she had recently bought a parakeet of her own and said she’d be more than happy to take him home.
Hooray for happy endings!!!
I’m still planning on checking Craigslist when I get home, just in case someone posts an ad for a missing bird. Wouldn’t it be cool if I could reunite the owners with their bird? I can’t imagine anyone would be too optimistic about finding it, especially since it was SO cold out last night and parakeets get cold really easily.
So – that’s my good deed/exciting news for the day.
In other non bird-related news, we lot our game last night….but we played a great game and had fun, in spite of the sub-zero weather.
Monday, May 18, 2009
Emergency Room Back Door Dog Pile
Titanic Back Door Dog Pile
Ford’s Theatre Back Door Dog Pile – later released as Private Box – later re-released as Presidential Box
The Da Vinci Load
To Drill A Mockingbird
The Postman Always Cums Twice
Chitty Chitty Gang Bang
The Twilight Bone
A Tale of Two Titties
The Wizard of Ass
Gropes of Rath
World Whore One: Deep in the Trenches
World Whore Two: Island Hopping
A Midsummer Night’s Ream
Much Adieu About Humping
The Twelfth Knight
Lassie Cum, Now!
World Whore Three: The Whore to End All Whores
On Golden Blonde
The Ass Menagerie
Catch Her in the Eye
A Separate Piece
Bang the Bum Slowly
Butt Pirates of the Caribbean
Smokey and the Ass Bandit
Beat Me in St. Louis
Ali Boobie and the 40 D’s
Lay Misty For Me
The Importance of Balling Earnest
Lady Windermere’s Fanny
The Blow Jobs of Madison County
Snow Falling on Peters
Guess Who’s Coming at Dinner – later released as Black Cock Down
Twat on a Hot Tin Roof - later released as Slut on a Hot Tin Roof – later re-released as Cunt on a Hot Tin Roof
The Italian Hand Job
The World’s Biggest Gang Bang
Three Days of the Condom
The Handmaid’s Tail
The Asshole Jungle – later released as How Reamed Was My Valley – later re-released as Inside Miss Jean Brodie
Angels With Dirty Places
Sperms of Endearment
The Miracle Sex Worker
From Her to Eternity
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nuts
The Bad Juiced Bears
Frisky Business – later released as Lay Misty for Me
Friday, May 15, 2009
Thank you very much.
That's from a little ditty I'm sure you're all familiar with ('After All') and I dedicate it to all the Peter Cetera and Cher fans out there.
Wait - do any Peter Cetera and Cher fans even exist?
I need to tell you all that my dear friend Melissa and I sang that song at her sister's wedding reception many moons ago.
I'm pretty sure we were amazing.
Here's a photo as proof.
Melissa sent this to me, and I was laughing for about 20 minutes. Can we talk about my hair? Her hair? My face?
Yikes...gotta love the 80s, huh???
Anyway...here we are again on a Friday.
The weather here in Boston is kind of crappy today. It's overcast and drizzly, but thankfully it's not too chilly out. According to the weather reports, it's supposed to be like this all weekend...kind of cloudy and looking like it could rain at any moment.
I'm just hoping that the rain holds off!!
We have a busy weekend ahead. We're getting together with a couple of friends tonight (I don't know exactly what we're doing, but I'm SURE it'll be fun) then tomorrow I have a softball game at noon, followed by a dance recital tomorrow night - watching, not performing ;-) - followed by a birthday celebration for one of my softball teammates (Happy Birthday Matt!!).
After the recital, Jim and I are meeting up with everyone at Ramrod/Machine to celebrate Matt's b-day. Tomorrow night also happens to be a karaoke fundraiser for the Ramrod/Machine softball team, so we'll not only be celebrating Matt's arrival into the world, but showing our support for a fellow team.
Hoooray for us!!
Sunday we have a double header starting at noon and after my two games I'm meeting Jim at a friend's graduation party.
As if that wasn't enough - I have ANOTHER softball game on Monday night at 7:30 on the Boston Common. If any of you Boston readers have nothing to do on Monday night - stop by to watch!!!
Needless to say, I'm sure I'll be more than ready for a nap once Monday night rolls around.
But I'm getting ahead of myself....I'm sure you'll be hearing from me on Monday morning.
Have a GREAT weekend!!!
NOTE: After going back and forth via e-mail and getting through many fits of hysterical laughter, Melissa and I came to the conclusion that it wasn't 'After All' that we sang, but the EXTREMELY similar sounding 'All My Life' as sung by Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville.
Proving that all the power ballad duets of the 80s are completely interchangable.
Either way, we totally rocked.
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Can we talk?
Don't worry, this isn't an anti-Adam Lambert post. :-)
Let me just say that I'm VERY interested in seeing what ends up happening next week.
I'm not at all surprised at the top two and I'm sure that they'll both have very successful careers irregardless of who wins. (yes, I know it's not a word, but I still love it)
Anyway...I don't think this is a subject that I've ever brought up on here, and I'm not going to go into a huge amount of detail, but let it be known that I DESPISE my brother-in-law.
I have two sisters and they're both married, but anyone who's 'in the know' will know exactly who I'm talking about.
I didn't like him when I first met him, I didn't like him when they got married, I don't like him now, and I won't like him in the future.
He's a horrible person with no redeeming qualities and I would love it if my sister kicked his sorry ass to the curb (as the 'kids' say these days). And I don't like his family either.
I know that my sister isn't happy in the relationship and I'm sure their two boys aren't happy with the current situation either. The problem is that she needs to make the first step (of getting him out of the house) and I'm sure she's terrified to do so. I completely understand. It's got to be terrifying making that decision and leaving a situation you've been accustomed to for so many years.
Change is good though, right??? :-)
I think that she's finally at the point where she's realizing that she's got a lot of support from her family and friends and that people are willing to stick by her and help her in whatever ways they (we) can. I also think that she's finally come to the realization that she'll be OK from a financial perspective, especially since he's pretty much contributing nothing significant to their income.
The whole thing stresses me out beyond belief. I just want things to be better for her and her two boys. The three of them deserve to be happy and that isn't going to happen as long as he's still in the house, creating a super-negative environment.
There....I feel a little better now. Thanks.
On a more positive note (and a complete change of subject) - our fence is supposed be getting repaired either today or tomorrow!
That's exciting, huh?!?!?
Jim has worked his (skinny) ass off in the yard every spare minute this Spring and I can't wait to see how everything looks once the fence is back to normal.
Speaking of exciting things - the pool is being opened on June 3rd! It's a little later than we've opened it in the past, but that was the earliest they could come and open it.
I'm sure we could open it ourselves, but it's not a lot of money to have them do it, they do a great job. Besides, getting the cover off and folding it up is WAY more than a two person job.
I'm afraid we'd have no friends left to enjoy the pool if we tried to recruit them to help us open it. :-)
I'm looking forward to it being open this year, especially since those two giant trees are gone. You can see them in the background, behind the umbrella.
Now that they're gone, the pool and the patio area should get a LOT more sunlight, which makes for a warm pool, which makes for a happy John!!!
Happy Thursday to you all.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
I have to keep telling myself that.
I just found out yesterday that my team is going to be moving to a different office, out of the city and into the 'burbs.
Here's a little background, to catch y'all up:
I started working in IT (software testing) for company 'A' back in 2001.
In 2007, company 'A' was bought by a much larger company - company 'B' (complete with a Boogie, Woogie, Bugle Boy....Anybody?....Nobody.)
Even though I work for company 'B' - I'm still only supporting the systems for company 'A'. Until all the systems convert from 'A' to 'B' I'll continue to do my 'old' job.
In the past few months, there has been an effort (albeit VERY minimal) to integrate my teammate and I (there are only two of us who remain from company 'A') into the 'new' team. Basically, the goal is to teach us how their systems work and how things are done in the IT world of company 'B'. That's why I've been working out of a different office once a week for the past few weeks.
Are you still with me?
That being said, we're ALL (all the testers) being moved to a central location within the next 4-6 weeks. Just to make things more confusing, the place we're moving to - isn't the place that I've been working out of once a week for the past few weeks, but a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT place which I've never even seen. Nice.
As far as the commute is concerned, I'll no longer have to pay $4 a day to park and I won't have to shell out $223 a month for a commuter rail pass. Instead, I'll be driving 22.44 miles on what could be a very congested stretch of highway (actually a couple of highways).
Of course, if my hours stay the same I may be OK, but who knows?
There are definitely pros and cons to the entire situation.
On the 'con' side, I'll totally miss the people I've been working with and sitting near for the past few years, I'll miss all the reading I was able to do on the train, and most of all I'll miss working in the city. Everything is right here and if I needed to run any errands during the day or simply go for a walk it's all so incredibly convenient.
On the 'pro' side, I'll be saving a lot of money (over $3,000 a year) by not taking the train, my commute will be a lot shorter even with traffic, and I'll still have a job. :-)
I'm not going to worry about it. I spent the first 5 years of my 'work life' doing a very similar commute and I managed to survive. In fact, I clearly remember going into a minor panic about having to work in the city.
It'll all turn out just fine.
In other news (as if this post isn't long enough) - the two Cardinals that took up residence in the azalea bush outside our living room window are now the proud parents of a little, baby bird. It's so cool to watch the mother and father interact with one another, as well as the baby - and it's crazy how they keep a VERY close eye on the nest anytime were outside. They're always watching.
Bird parents are awesome.
Have a GREAT Tuesday!!!!
This isn't the actual bird couple that live with us, but they look just like them. :-)
I'm totally buying this for them....I hope they like it.
Monday, May 11, 2009
Friday, May 8, 2009
Speaking of lovely days....the song and musical I was referring to last week was the song 'Angry Guy/Lovely Day' from the musical Three Guys Naked From The Waist Down - a 1985 off-Broadway show...which was produced back in 1992-1993 at SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston.
There's your answer...and a bit of musical theatre trivia for you to tuck away somewhere.
There was no winner, but Jim gets an honorable mention for mentioning 'The Life' - a Broadway show which is near and dear to our hearts.
"Fat Girls to the BACK!!!"
This is the CD artwork from Three Guys Naked....
Yes, if you were wondering, that is Scott Bakula (from Quantum Leap) wearing the sunglasses.
Last night we (the Scoops) had a VERY productive softball practice, with a lot of our time spent on hitting. Since we were NOT hitting the way that we should in last Saturday's game, it was time well spent. We have 3 games this weekend (1 on Saturday and 2 on Sunday) so I'm hoping that we show significant improvement.Speaking of softball....if any of you Boston area readers are looking for something to do on Saturday night, come to Fritz and support our team. We're having our annual fundraiser that night and would LOVE to have a lot of people there. There will be door prizes, a raffle with prizes that include; Red Sox tickets, Celtics tickets, and some other delightful things. In addition to all that, there will be a 50/50 raffle and make your own sundaes!!! I'm pretty sure we're doing the sundae thing....we did it last year and it was a success...and the ice cream is REALLY good.
Even if the sundae thing isn't happening, there will be lots of cute softball players, a chance to win some great prizes, and alcohol. :-)
Tonight Jim and I are having some friends stay over who are visiting from New York, and we're VERY excited to see them...it's been a really long time and I'm sure we'll have a fun night.
I hope you all have a great weekend!!!!
Oh - and HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY you all you mothers that are reading my blog.
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
I’m working in a different office this morning, so I have to be brief…..two quick things.
The TONY Award nominations were announced this morning, and my BELOVED [title of show] picked itself up one nomination.
Hunter Bell was nominated for Best Book of a Musical….and I’m sure he’s beside himself with glee.
Yes, I would have loved for them to get more nominations, but the fact that they were nominated at all (since the show closed in October) is pretty amazing.
I’m not too surprised at the way things went, but I bet the gang over at ‘9 to 5’ were counting on a Best Musical nod….OOPS!!!!
I bet they’ll still perform during the show, especially since Dolly Parton was nominated for Best Musical score. We shall see.
The second thing is that my husband has caved into peer pressure and joined the blog world. I’m sure his blog will be chock full of fun and entertaining things.
Stop by and check it out!!!!
Have a great day and I’ll write more tomorrow, when I’m more at ‘home’.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Friday, May 1, 2009
After an EXCELLENT final dress for softball opening day - Kevin and I (Kevin is our 2nd baseman who is almost 100% recovered from knee surgery) decided to go to Fritz for a drink.
Well, needless to say, the Celtics game was on so I ended up staying until the game was over, which got me home WELL after midnight.
So, while I'm not really hung over, I feel like I've been hit by a small truck.
Old people need their sleep!!!!!
Speaking of old people....it's Kevin's birthday today!!!!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY my friend!
Here's a little something for you:
By the way - we were called "Discourteous C*nts" by a guy on another softball team (not in our league) because we wouldn't scrimmage them, or share the field with them.
Sorry, but whoever gets there first, gets the field.
And to be honest, at this point in the season, scrimmaging a giant team of straight guys woulnd't do a damn thing for us....we need to practice, not get slaughtered by a bunch of meatheads.
Maybe later in the season, but not this soon.
Initially there was a little bit of confusion as to whether they were entirely straight or not.
I'm not sure that "Discourteous C*nts" would be a straight guy's 'go-to insult' to a bunch of other guys.
Either way, it made for a GREAT laugh....once they were far away. ;-)
I'm not ready to give up on you people as far as yesterday's contest was concerned....there were a few GREAT guesses, but no one was correct.
Uncle Richard (not my real uncle - just a surrogate) gets a special shout out for quoting Val.
Speaking of Uncle Richard...here's a hint:
The show that the quote comes from ('Cause it's a lovely day') is from a show that Richard has been in before. I didn't see it (I was away at college when he was in it) but I know he was in it.
I'm sure he'll get it now...and if not, he'll call Brian M. and put him on the case.
OK folks....I'm going to get coffee. I got in here late, and need to play catch up.
I'm off to The Alley (YAY!) after work for a pre-opening day 'party' so I'll be sure and have a drink for you all.
Have a great weekend, and pray for decent weather!
PS - I just received word that the angry team from last night IS in fact a straight team, who just happened to get their asses handed to them last year by the only gay team in their league.