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"Great, we'll be known throughout history as the two wisemen and the idiot who brought Myrrh." - Norman Lamb, "It's Your Move"

Archive for the '2000’s – Early' Category

Gary’s Olde Towne Autograph

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

polis3It’s always nice when so-called reunions of this film or that film bring obscure character actors to an autograph show, who most likely wouldn’t be there for the reason that I think they should be. It’s happened many times in the past. There was Jerry Houser who showed up for Summer of ’42 – but I knew him from The Brady Brides. There was Robert Davi who was there for his James Bond appearance, but I knew him from The Goonies. And of course there was Barry Bostwick who was present because he was in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, when I knew and loved him for Murder by Natural Causes. Those are just a few of many examples. Whatever… it works out to my benefit 100% of the time. Read the rest of this entry »

Protected: Karen and Joe Get Married

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

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Protected: CHRISTMAS 31 – 2001

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

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Mom and Bob’s Reception

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

Our family wrapped up its trilogy of wedding receptions at the Eagles Nest on September 29, 2001. This ‘tradition’ had begun with my wedding to Lisa in 1999, continued with my cousin Lori’s wedding in 2000, and was now seeing its third occurrence following my Mom and Bob’s wedding. Several of the key ingredients were once again present. Namely my uncle Jim was manning the DJ station using some of my CDs and the beer was flowing like water at the helm of Ed the bartender. The catering of the buffet was provided by Davidson’s. After the wedding photos were taken, the wedding party made their entrance at the Eagles Nest, where the wedding-goers were already waiting. Read the rest of this entry »