Watch Rory, Phil, Rickie, and Henrik play every shot of their final rounds in the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville. SPOILER: Rory wins.
The summer of 2014 Ice Bucket Challenges raised lots of money for ALS research, despite reports illustrating that billions more dollars are needed and that only 27% of incoming ALS-targeted gifts are actually spent on research. Many prominent people took the pain and made donations. Critics claim many are doing it simply for platitudes on social media. Viewers were both pained and flummoxed that so many show business people don't understand that vertical video is amateurish production. The water splashing phenomenon actually grew out of a fundraising campaign by firefighters, including exponential growth among WHAS Crusade for Children participants. Here are city of Louisville firefighters dousing me for a $100 Crusade "Cold Water Challenge" during May 2014. Brrrr. I'm still
Terry & Kristen illustrate a gracious greeting between NFL rivals. "Hello, friend. I hope my team scores more points than yours." "Oh, I'm certain that my team will prevail." "Bye bye now, friend!" Meanwhile, Chicago Bears fans don't mind desecrating the name of their only coach who led the team to a Super Bowl victory. Mike Ditka is no doubt delighted that his family honor is equated with a fat man's small penis.
Taylor Swift's first single from her forthcoming all-pop album "1989" is a sugar sweet treat called Shake it Off. Notice that there are very few tattoos on the dancers and "fans" included in the shoot. Is clean skin the new edgy?
Legendary game show and SNL announcer Don Pardo has passed away. For 38 years, he blasted out weekly cast introductions for NBC's Saturday Night Live. On a visit to Louisville in 1981, Mr. Pardo sat for an interview with Ron Clay and me on WLRS-FM. He handed me a scrap of paper (pictured below) that I still carry in my wallet to this very day. Boiled down it means "Keep it brief." Goodnight, Don. It was an amazing ride. Ron Clay & I had a great time introducing you to so many lovely ladies that night at Phoenix Hill and the Toy Tiger. And thanks for letting our city capitalize on your phrase "Fourth Street Liiiiiiiiivvvvveee!" Here's Weird Al's song "I Lost
Steely Dan. Aja. That is all.
The Prancercise lady is back, and this time she brought along her boy toy. Enjoy!
After reading about a man calling 911 to report a chicken crossing the road, I was reminded of a crazy encounter I had a few years ago driving down I-64. SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE by Terry Meiners On the car radio, Pastor Dave Stone had just wrapped up his radio sermon extolling the virtues of providing service. Instead of focusing on inhaling, he encouraged his flock to highlight the act of exhaling by spreading service and support in society. I had no idea that I was about to become part of a five person team that would save seven precious lives. Bathed in bright morning sunshine, I drove eastbound on I-64, imagining a glorious day of golf with three visiting buddies. As my car made the
Best son ever delivers dream car to foulmouthed mama. So touching.
Politicians on both sides of the aisle are phrase-focused. Ad libitum need not apply.