Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Sounds a Little Like Bea Arthur Sometimes



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STEVE PERRY ROCKS MY WORLD. THEN AND NOW.  The girl who cheated on him was some kind of a fool. Makes you wonder if she realized the HUGE mistake she made.

13 comments:

mikey said...

Hey, did I ever tell you about the time I was just about to beat Neil Schon into oatmeal at Ted's in San Anselmo when Steve Perry came in and defused the whole thing.

Then HE left with the girl.

Fucker....

Substance McGravitas said...

HA! YOU DID!

Substance McGravitas said...

I often worry that I'm reposting the same old bullshit...

mikey said...

The advantage of getting senile.

You don't even have to care...

Substance McGravitas said...

That one was actually at Sadly, No! in the thread with all the stapler talk.

J— said...

One of my roommates from college is a distant cousin of Steve Perry, I don't know how many times removed. I thought it was cool, but he was really embarrassed by it. He didn't want us to tell anyone at parties, especially anyone female.

Substance McGravitas said...

Jeez, name-dropping is an important skill in college.

herr doktor bimler said...

at Sadly, No! in the thread with all the stapler talk.
You'll have to narrow it down more than that.

Substance McGravitas said...

Sadly, No!

M. Bouffant said...

Jeez, name-dropping is an important skill in college.

Never did me any good.

Of course telling people your cousin is the fourth-best poet in Racine, Wisconsin may not get you very far.

M. Bouffant said...

But ...

Saw Journey at the Whiskey before Bea joined the group, when Aynsley Dunbar was still pounding the tubs for them, & their songs were about Comet Kohoutek & so on. Opening act? Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs!

1974, what a yr.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I'm pretty sure I never bought a Journey album.

It was Led Zep for me, back then.
~

Substance McGravitas said...

I think I had a Journey song on a K-Tel eight track. Speaking of which, there are some fine record-club ads in those old comics.