|next show: to be announced...soon!
| Reasons to Drink for June:
1 Jun 1973 - Happy Birthday Heidi Klum.
2 Jun 1851 - Maine became the first U.S. state to enact a law prohibiting
alcohol. Just another reason New England sucks.
3 Jun 1967 - The Doors "Light My Fire" was released.
4 Jun 1975 - Happy Birthday Angelina Jolie.
5 Jun 1968 - U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy was mortally shot in Los
Angeles. Can't make jokes..ESPN might fire me.
6 Jun 1948 - Happy Birthday Robert England (Freddy Kruger).
7 Jun 1917 - Happy Birthday Dean Martin.
8 Jun 1998 - The National Rifle Association elected Charlton Heston to
be its president. We would forever be protected from those "damn,
9 Jun 1981 - Happy Birthday Natalie Portman.
10 Jun 1978 - Joe Walsh's "Life's Been Good" was released.
11 Jun 1973 - After a ruling by the Justice Department of the State of
Pennsylvania, women were licensed to box or wrestle. Gotta love PA!
12 Jun 1974 - Happy Birthday Jason Mewes (Jay of "Jay and Silent Bob).
13 Jun 1940. Happy Birthday Malcolm McDowell (Clockwork Orange).
14 Jun 1989 - Zsa Zsa Gabor was arrested in Beverly Hills for slapping a
15 Jun 1980 - Happy Birthday Mary Carey.
16 Jun 1980 - The movie "The Blues Brothers" opened in Chicago, IL.
17 Jun 1966 & 67 - Happy Birthday to my two favorite porn stars, Tori
Wells and Christy Canyon.
18 Jun 1873 - Susan B. Anthony was fined $100 for attempting to vote
for a U.S. President. Get your ass back in the kitchen!
19 Jun 1974 - Happy Birthday To Dave G. Yeaahhhhh, Dave!
20 Jun 1952 - Happy Birthday John Goodman.
21 Jun 1981 - "Raiders of the Lost Ark" opened.
22 Jun 1958 - Happy Birthday Bruce Campbell.
23 Jun 1993 - Lorena Bobbitt sexually mutilated her husband, John,
after he allegedly raped her. This was put here as a reminder
guys......they are ALL dangerous.
24 Jun 1664 - New Jersey, named after the Isle of Jersey, was founded.
It was immediately taken over by the Sopranos.
25 Jun 1995 - Pearl Jam canceled their tour because of an ongoing feud
with Ticketmaster. Huh...Pearl Jam. Remember them?
26 Jun 1956 - Happy Birthday Chris Issak.
27 Jun 1927 - The U.S. Marines adopted the English bulldog as their
29 Jun 1953 - Happy Birthday Colin Hay (Men At Work).
30 Jun 1953 - The first Corvette rolled off the Chevrolet assembly line in
Flint, MI. It sold for $3,250.
|Next show: To Be Announced.
| "Brian-Buster" Recommendations"
Must See: "Black Mass" (2015). This movie should have gotten a lot
more consideration for Best Picture.
Must Avoid: "Ride Along 2 (2016)". Do I REALLY need to give an
explanation? Ok, if I must.....Ice Cube and Kevin Hart.
| Manitoba Moose's
Tasteless Jokes of the Month
- Kathy, pregnant with her first child, was paying a visit to her
obstetrician's office. When the exam was over, she shyly began, "My
husband wants me to ask you..." "I know, I know." the doctor said,
placing a reassuring hand on her shoulder, "I get asked that all the time.
Sex is fine until late in the pregnancy." "No, that's not it at all," Kathy
confessed. "He wants to know if I can still mow the lawn."
- These two guys go to a whorehouse. The first guy goes in then comes
out and says, "My wife is better." The second guy goes in then comes
out and says, "You know what? Your wife IS better."
Well, let’s start by saying the updates have lagged (to say the least).
However, I am now back and things seem to be on the mend. “Where
have you been?”, you ask. Let’s run through the time line.
First, I completed my last (thankfully) show in Southern Maryland. First,
thanks to the folks at the venue for NOT advertising us at all. Second,
thanks to all of my local “acquaintances” for not coming out. You made
it easier for me to clean out my Facebook friend’s list.
But there was some good stuff. Thanks to the folks who did come out,
both first timers and “repeat offenders” alike. Met some great new
folks and converted some new Brian-tologists. The show itself went
surprisingly well, but if I EVER perform in southern Maryland again, I will
not do it for less than six figures.
That was followed by a short stint in the hospital. All seemed well………
Then the show in central Maryland…history was made. For the first
time in 16 years of performing, I lost my voice the day before the show.
I can’t stress enough how great the folks I worked with were that night.
Everyone came through! Thank you to the venue for awesome
advertising and hard work! To DJ Bernie for taking care of business
with the sound. To David Gourley for making a triumphant return to the
stage. And to Just Frank and Joey LoFaro for taking tearing it up on
stage again. Central Maryland….we will be back!
Then I went to Vegas!
Looking forward to hearing from all of you. Be on the lookout for
updates on some upcoming shows and appearances.
Till next time......drinks are on me,
Just a random list of things Brian wants "to do" before
it's all over. This month: Kennedy Summers!