Now Playing: Helloween-"I Can" maxi single
Well it's been a long time coming but it's here at last! Sorry, I haven't written a commentary in a while, but I wanted to leave the last one with my memories of Louis Spicoli up for a bit and I just returned from a 9 day excursion on the road, so it's been delayed. But I had a great time on the road, from San Francisco,Ca to Lincoln, NE to Philadelphia,Pa to Columbus Oh. I really enjoyed the west coast and Superbrawl and I really dug the match with Juvi. In Lincoln, I insulted the Cornhuskers and nearly started a riot! The best part was seeing Doug Dillinger, WCW security chief covered in nacho cheese and beer, thrown by an angry fan. It was hilarious! In Pittsburgh we coincidentally stayed in the same hotel as the entire WWF roster. I enjoyed rapping with Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, old mate Jeff Jarrett, the Headbangers and many others. It's always good to see your old friends and share road stories! I also got to catch up with another old pal, Shane Douglas the following night. ECW!ECW!ECW!
I just got the new Helloween single in the mail and after a few listens, it rocks! Same with the new Stuck Mojo, "Rising" and the Cheap Trick box set.
The movie of the week is "The Wedding Singer" starring Adam Sandler.It's kind of a love story, but goofy as all heck and set in the 80's which were great times, so that ain't bad! Besides, what's wrong with a little love story sometimes?
I was devastated at the loss for Canada against the Czechs at the Olympics. But, after all is said and done, it was still one of the greatest games I've ever seen. Stellar tending and great playmaking, it just sucked that Canada lost. As far as losing the bronze round, I think that Canada wanted nothing more than the gold and after the shoot-out heartbreak, they just had nothing left for the measly bronze. I'm reading the Hockey News best 50 players ever book and I'm really digging the stories of Red Kelly, Terry Sawchuk, Ken Dryden and Eddie Shore. Old time hockey!
Speaking of which, we worked in Johnstown, Pa last Tuesday in the same building that the legendary "Slapshot" was filmed. A very cool experience. I'm going to hopefully be playing in a celebrity hockey game April 5 in Hershey, Pa, so if you're in the area, make sure to check it out! Also don't forget to pray for the recovery of Paul Kariya, who's facing a career ending injury. Paul's one of the best in the game and it would really suck if he was forced to retire at such an early age.
Don't forget PO Box 618313, Orlando FL, 32861 for a pic. Don't forget to send a self addressed stamped envelope!
There's been a whole slew of Jericho websites popping up lately and I think that it's great! If you have one you want linked, go to the webmaster's page and buzz Lee on it and he'll link it up. But even better, I'm going to start a contest. Yes a super dream city fever contest extravaganza!! Whoever creates the best Jericho Fan website, will receive a pair of ring worn tights from yours truly!!!! Yes a real pair of sweaty, dirty, game worn spandex knickers, along with an accompanying photo of proof of wear!!! Second place will receive a trio of my favorite metal tapes of all time signed by me. We'll post the rules and regs on the site real soon, so start creating. Remember, the more original the better, so put on your drinking caps and come up with something supersmart!!
Well that's about all for this episode, so be careful and be good to one another!
God Bless You