Friday, July 30, 2010

His zoo

Georgie's got a zoo in his pants:

"I got an ache in groin area. Well, it's like walkin' around with a little monkey hangin' on me............"

"........Yeah, I think its been...I...I...I been fixed. I was fixed years ago........"

Looks like the "python's" got competition!
I wanna play with Georgie's "monkey"!!

I am soooo "phallic".

Thursday, July 29, 2010

What a hoot!!!!!!!!!!

Damn, I wish we could see the unedited version. Would love to see the "scripted" and ad-lib parts all in one piece.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

I know I'm behind the times, but.....

........ after reading this on nantz's blog, you have to admit that the man that we admire and lust over, is truly a wonderful man. Forget the acting, directing, producing and singing and what do you have? A GENTLE man, a Humanitarian, a HERO in his own right and most of ordinary man trying to make a difference. Yes, he has advantages (that he's worked hard to get) and he uses those advantages (by his own words) , yet, he uses these advantages to help men and women that some people hate, some disregard, some ignore, some hold in contempt, some admire and some only care about them when that someone needs their help (and won't bother to help them in return).

In each of our countries, our First Responders are and should be our heroes.

Mr. D. deserves that title also.


22 July 2010 08:22

Former LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT star VINCENT D'ONOFRIO has signed up to go through the detox program firefighters and police officers who experienced the horrors of 9/11 undertake - so he can show his solidarity.

The actor, whose stepfather was a fireman, was among the first wave of celebrities asked to help raise morale at Ground Zero after the 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and he has always felt close to the men and women who showed so much courage in the wake of the disaster.

And, now he's in between movies, D'Onofrio plans to spend much of August (10) detoxing with one of the charity causes he regularly helps to raise funds for - The Heroes Health Project.

He tells WENN, "One of the things that I always knew about my stepdad was he was so different than I was. I'm not that kind of a man. I don't go running into burning buildings when everybody else is running out. I run out too.

"These guys are exactly like him. They don't whine, they don't ask for help and they need it, so I try to ask for help for them.

"When 9/11 happened, the U.S. Marshalls put together a list of people to come down to Ground Zero to help raise morale when they weren't finding anybody alive. I was on that list and all I did for 20-something hours was talk to them. I'm gonna go through the detox program with a bunch of firefighters and cops in New York just so I know what it's like.

"It's a long, expensive thing that takes up to six or seven weeks to get through and I'm gonna do it. I heard it's pretty painful at times because releasing these toxins through their bodies puts them through a lot of pain to get it all out and it's a horror but I have some time now, so I think I'm gonna start the first week of next month."

The actor insists he's so proud of the efforts of the cops and firefighters, there's very little he won't do for the heroes he met after 9/11, who are struggling with the memory of the nightmare.

He adds, "I know some of the guys who went through it... who I talk to on the phone all the time and, to hear the journey that they've been on - falling ill and then recovering is amazing... I'm working very hard to try and do the right thing for these guys."

Sunday, July 11, 2010


"Captain, we need your expertise. And, your unbiased opinion."
"Flattery will get you nowhere."
"I KNOW what happened with the two of them."
"No you don't."
"Yes I do and I can prove it."
"Is there evidence????"
"Yes sir."
"Bobby, you wouldn't know the evidence if it bit you in the ass!"
"Ha! You see? She's guilty!"
"I am not."
"Com' on kids. No more fighting."
"He can dodge all he wants but, I know he did it."
"You did it."
"Okay, time to get back to work."
"But Captain......."
"Stop whining, Bobby."
"Get out of my office. NOW!"
After Alex and Bobby leave..........
"Crap! I have to be more careful next time I grab the last two donuts! Good thing I can pretend to make a phone call........."

Friday, July 9, 2010

Grand Forks Herald | Grand Forks, North Dakota

photos of the flooding

Grand Forks Herald | Grand Forks, North Dakota

North Dakota's inland ocean | Grand Forks Herald | Grand Forks, North Dakota

Sorry I'm so delinquent about posts and visiting your blogs.

This is some of what I've been dealing with, along with just enjoying the outdoors in the summer. Believe me, once the crappy cold weather hits I'll be back in front of the computer!

Note: since this article was published, 9 inches of rain fell and the lake went up 1 foot.

North Dakota's inland ocean | Grand Forks Herald | Grand Forks, North Dakota