Monday, June 08, 2009

Every set piece has its thorn

One of our handful of readers emailed this to me last night...you'd think after 20 years on stage Bret Michaels would be a bit more cognizant of his surroundings:

7 comments:

TR said...

I saw The Hangover on Saturday night. It was directed by the same guy who did Old School. Much of the same from that movie and Wedding Crashers. It drags a bit at times, but it's raunchy as hell and there are at least 20 laugh-out-loud moments.

TJ said...

Someone want to check on Mark?

TR said...

I think he has duct tape and rope in the back of his car. He was last seen driving around, looking for Courtney Lee's home.

Whitney said...

Rob is now just 365 days from being officially over the hill. Though this may not sound like that big a deal to you, if you saw the hill from his vantage point, you'd see what a herculean accomplishment it will be.

TJ said...

I think I found a few decent pics of rob celebrating his big day today...let's see if I can get them posted at some point.

Geoff said...

Rob's old, Mark's drinking warm milk in a dumpster somewhere and now Pandora clearly thinks I'm gay as it is playing Love Song by Sara Bareilles. The fact that I secretly like this song is beside the point.

Mark said...

I'm fine and I hold no ill will towards Courtney Lee. In fact, I was on a mini-vacation in Orlando with my entire family this past weekend. I've spent the last two days running around waterparks, making fun of Europeans and drinking with my Dad and brothers-in-law at night.

Being with the family was probably the best thing that could have happened to me last night. It forced me to keep my emotions and cursing (relatively) in check.

That was an awfully tough loss to swallow. Ultimately, as much as I'd like to bitch about some extremely questionable foul calls down the stretch, last night's loss in squarely on the Magicians. Too many turnovers, missed chippies (and FTS) and an inability to hit any back breaking shots late in the game allowed the Lakers to win a game the Magic could've (and probably should've) had.