Friday, January 8, 2010
I and other members of the Rockin' Apple Air Staff have gotten, no less than, a dozen requests for this rendition of STYX's "Come Sail Away" sung by one Eric Cartman of South Park fame. Say what you will.... but I'll take this redeux over anything bastardized on "Glee" hands down.
Well Well Well... great advice is Great because it's something that you know to be true and you know can HELP someone who's in trouble. Then explain why Tiger Woods isn't following his OWN advice (sent to Michael Vick) with his current crisis?
Can you say, "Hypocrite"? Good. I knew you could.
Thursday, January 7, 2010
THIS IS WHAT THE TSA SHOULD BE LOOKING FOR INSTEAD OF CHILDREN'S PLAY-DOH!!!!
The Captain has turned on the No-Freak Out Sign please put your straight jackets in a secure position and prepare for a trip to the mental hospital.
Police in Kansas City, Missouri, are on the lookout for a woman who trashed a local McDonald's restaurant because she didn't like her hamburger.
Employees at the restaurant offered to replace the woman's burger, but she opted instead to go berserk. She threw a sign and a bucket of water over the counter, pushed over a glass display case and knocked over three registers.
Police released a video of the incident in the hopes that someone will recognize her and turn her in.
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
The prosecution rests your honor.
Not only did tennis star Andy Roddick get upstaged by his amazingly HOT wife/model Brooklyn Decker (see Pic) but also by a pair of randy Koala's in the enclosure behind him during a recent trip to Australia.
What's a major tennis star have to do to get some love down under?
You can stop staring at Brooklyn now.
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Pat Laffaye, of Westport, Connecticut, has done the unthinkable.
He beat George Costanza’s fictional Frogger record.
Laffaye is the first person in video gaming history to beat the “Costanza Score” of 860,630 points, set during a classic episode of Seinfeld, according to Twin Galaxies International –the official scorekeeper on all eras of video gaming since 1981.
Extra security at the airport in New Orleans has cost one small boy a Christmas gift from his grandma.
On a post-Christmas flight out of New Orleans last week, the TSA confiscated young Josh Pitney’s Play-Doh.
"I had the kids and my husband was there with all our bags, she continued. “Josh and I were sitting, getting our shoes on and, my husband kind of motioned to us and said - they took our Play -Doh."
Pitney continued, "And the man from TSA was taking every can out at a time and putting it on a table, and Josh saw and he started fussing. I tried to explain that those were the rules, but it turns out it’s not prohibited on the TSA’s website - so apparently those are not the rules."
Christy was right. Play-Doh is not a prohibited item and it is allowed on board.
However, because plastic explosives can be camouflaged to look like Play-Doh, a TSA spokeswoman says screeners are told to use their own discretion.
In this case, the screeners discretion meant Josh lost one of his favorite Christmas gifts from grandma.
"And it’s just really hard to go through security in general with children, much less the child whose favorite toy has been taken away."
"I'm happy to obey the rules,” Pitney said “I just wish the rules were more in stone, if they involved kids especially.”