It's been a busy week at the Roofing and Rental shows in New Orleans. The rental show is big, everything from chocolate fountains to self-contained rental chair cleaning machines. They don't like it when you put your head under the chocolate fountain and make YUMMY noises, or run your hand into the washer. I'm not sure what happened in my brain years ago but I've just never been a big fan of that city. Don't care for Cajun food or music, and stumbling down Bourbon Street isn't my idea of a good time. Not that I haven't done it mind you, but as a driver said it's a good thing it rained so much the week after Mardi Gras because it rinsed the streets of ..................well, you know. Honestly the entire party area is (not unlike Key West and Times Square) very hygienic, if you're a fan of the culture please go!
Had dinner with the Ventamatic crew Tuesday and ran into an old friend from Alabama for Wednesday night; somewhere out there I need to get into a gym, or better yet a sauna.
My definition of New Orleans these days:
Yeah, kinda like that.
Went to Nashville NC today for some estate work, and got to tour a little bit of Rocky Mount and Nash County. It has changed so much.
I found this video in my phone this week, it came from a couple of Saturdays ago when I got a few gasoline powered products out of the shop to see if they would crank and/or run. Like music to my nearly deaf ears:
Let's see, what else did we learn this week? Oh yes, Stevie ain't not be blind! Seems as though Stevie be pulling your collective legs for some time, and yes, there are websites which are devoted to dispelling that horrible horrible lie. I don't know for sure....................but I do know I saw him on television recently and he appeared (notice how I stayed away from the term looked?) blind.
See? Oops, sorry, understand? No wait, he caught that mike stand! He must be a physic (dinkism).
I got in late last night and was able to stay awake long enough for monologues, and Jimmy Kimmel rocked on the anti-vaccination movement:
When I am able to stay awake long enough to watch the late shows I often get confused as to which I should watch. Kimmel is probably the most imaginative, Letterman is still very polished and funny, and Fallon is a barrel of laughs. This popped up while looking for something else:
At about 1:15 it gets really funny. Wait a second, what? A swing and a miss, sorry Jimmy. No wait, not a swing and a miss, more like a called third strike.
GA next week, ready for some sunshine.