but we need to start recruiting “the mob” (aka our vast fan base of loyal friends who want to come watch DR break all of his long bones)… my parents were talking it up at a cocktail party the other night, but doubt that the majority of omaha will show, day of. fan club?!
(p.s. your resident PR playa is v. impressed with your nice little saturday. and your dedication to the blog. DR… you rule)
As is our ever growing list of sponsors… GREAT salesmanship/ism/esque behavior… you may be the MOST special captain ever…
Now if our engineer would get his act together… and LNR would start teaching us all virtual spanish lessons (oh! theme song?!)… and Nick would do something… ANYTHING… we would be all set (me? Uhhhh… thinking about skanksters and moberati-esque costumes and theatrical performances… game face). Guess I could try the whole “PR” thing too…
DR:Ruth suggests that during our Flugtag routine, one of the girls dresses gets caught on the car and tears off leaving her standing in a bikini... so you and Lindsey need to do some paper rock scissors action to figure it out.
KMH:I have to agree with Ruth, that would probably be a real crowd pleaser if either of us were even remotely interested in getting in a bikini in front of thousands of people.
KMH:I could go for a cupcake.
DR:I'm going to plummet to my death for the team. You can at least wear a bikini for it.
Apparently, Dillinger has nothing to do with Capone outside of being notorious and a prominent Chicago figure in the 30’s.
The lady in red was actually wearing a orange dress.
Despite his murderous antics, Alphonse had a soft side that included getting milk to kids so they don’t get rickets and sending ridiculous amounts of flowers to his murdered enemies’ funerals. Quality guy.
Home alone gangster scenes.. angels with filthy souls, and angels with filthier souls. not real movies. sad
David and Nick have been friends since growing up together in Zion, IL where mini-Nick punched mini-David on a school bus, to which mini-David responded by flipping him off, spurring a friendship that revolved around sports and video games. Lindsey and Kelcy have been friends since middle school when they met on the mean streets of Omaha and both started out as Cougars (little league) football cheerleaders.
David, Jon and Kelcy attended Bradley University in Peoria, IL where they met and bonded over drinking games and their mutual aversion to other people. Kelcy and David bonded slowly over a mutual passion for “being right” and Jon kept everyone entertained by acting like a fool for four straight years (it is one of life’s little mysteries how they have remained friends for the past six years). Kelcy and Lindsey live together in Chicago and Kelcy took baby steps exposing Lindsey to David and Jon, and in time, Nick.