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Father's Day...

Saturday, June 20, 2009

In trying to find some inspiration to finish my latest chapter of Sweet Dreams I took a stroll through a few of the folders of pictures I have on my LT. (If you can't get inspired by these, I sincerely apologize and you should navigate away from here or turn the computer off right now and maybe find a good book to read.)

I also realized that tomorrow is Father's Day. So, to honor my favorite DILFs, I decided to share a few pictures with all of you.

We'll start with Jon, the light to Richie's Dark. The front man, the leader of this pack.

Then we move on to Tall, Dark and Sexy. Do I really need to say anything else?

Then we have the cute and curly one and man can he play the keys...

And of course, we can't forget the charasmatic cubano, the man who keeps the beat...

Happy Father's Day guys, enjoy!


Songwriter's Hall of Fame...

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Pictures of the guys from tonight, including some of Chris Daughtry as he performed and presented the guys with their award. Enjoy!


And the Award Goes To...

Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora!

Tonight they are being inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame for their amazing songwriting abilities.

It is the 40th anniversary of the Hall of Fame founded by U.S. hitmaker Johnny Mercer.

The full list of inductees:

  • Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora: The pop group Bon Jovi had huge success beginning in the 1980s with rock songs such as You Give Love a Bad Name, It's My Life and I'll Be There for You and anthems such as Wanted Dead or Alive and Blaze of Glory.

A celebrity crowd is expected at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City to see the songwriters inducted.

Clint Black, Daughtry, Berry Gordy, John Ondrasik, James Taylor, Ryan Tedder, Rob Thomas and Paul Williams are among those expected to present awards or perform.


If you are interested, you can read more here.

Oh, rumor has it, Daughtry is going to perform I'll Be There for You... keep your ears pealed...


Some Beary Strange and Sad News...

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

It must be a terribly slow news day if this is the big story of the day...

Yesterday in Queenie's neighborhood, a black bear found its way up a tree for a nap. Sadly, the bear did not survive the trauma of being shot with a tranquilizer dart and falling 40-50 feet into a net held by several police officers and DEC officials.

Here's what was reported in Queenie's local newspaper...

The attempted rescue of a young bear from a tree just blocks from a busy intersection in northwest Rochester took a horrible turn Tuesday when the animal was shot with a tranquilizer dart, fell from the tree and died minutes later.

The male black bear, estimated to be less than 2 years old and about 150 pounds, spent more than nine hours sleeping and lounging in a tree in front of a house on Parkwood Road after residents called 911 about 12:30 a.m.

They had heard a commotion outside their house, which is near Bernice Street, off West Ridge Road near Dewey Avenue.

Police arrived within 10 minutes and stayed all night.

"At one point there were eight (police cars) and they had their guns drawn ... they didn't know what to do," said Tom Fox, who found the bear with April Gleason.

The state Department of Environmental Conservation was called in shortly after police arrived, Fox said.

By daybreak, neighbors and passers-by started gathering, eventually growing to a crowd of about 100 — children carrying backpacks, adults with binoculars and zoom cameras.

Rochester police Lt. Janssen Rembert said the officers were there to keep the onlookers safe. "We had to be prepared ... it could've turned ugly," he said.

Bears in trees are typically allowed to take their own course and come down from trees on their own, said DEC fish and wildlife technician Ronald Newell. But this bear was in a residential neighborhood with dozens of people gathered to watch. Officials decided to play it safe and get the bear down to prevent anyone from getting hurt.

The fall

The plan, Newell said, was to tranquilize the bear with a dart and let it fall into a net so it could be transported to state-owned land to be freed. Several straw bales were placed around the tree and about eight police and DEC officials held out a net to help break the bear's fall.

It took Newell two tries to hit the bear with the tranquilizer dart, but once it was struck, the animal ran farther up the tree. Officials quickly readjusted the net.

If you want to read more, you can find the rest of the article here.

Source: Democrat & Chronicle


Story Update

Monday, June 15, 2009

Sweet Dreams has been updated... Enjoy!


Jon Spotting...

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Our favorite front man was seen running along a back road in the Hamptons the other day...

Looking good Jonny but come on man, short socks man, short socks! LOL


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