You convinced Toni to try to play the didge on the vacuum cleaner. You also mentioned that you have very good lips. "They're retired now" you say. Wrong, wrong, wrong. We simply haven't had the chance to test that theory.
How did you get Collette to admit that shaves her head every once in a while? Of course, you admitted that you shave your chest on occasion. And, you admit to shaving your entire body. Please let me know the next time you attempt this. I'll
take pictures help.
Your next guest was Dave Price from the CBS Early Show. He shared his dream about the show with you. A penis...no, a car came to pick him up for the show...he got in the penis...er...car...naughty little donkey!
Dave stated that he is not a meteorologist, he simply does the weather as it is fed to him, subtly changing copy to make it more "his"; adding little personal touches like "maybe" and "a chance". He maintained his innocence in the terrorist plot that caused the recent hurricanes. Price also talked about his trip to Afghanistan to entertain the troops. "Regardless of your politics, you have to applaud the bravery of the men and women who are there." He spoke about the incredible progress being made in Afghanistan and how satisfying it was to meet the troops and the people of that country. A nice little touch was the video of Price in Afghanistan, talking about The Late Late Show's popularity in that country. Damn, this guy has a great sense of humor! The strangest thing is - he's almost six months younger than I am and has accomplished so much more. I hate...er...admire....that. It's easy enough to overlook if he's really single and willing to relocate. (Sorry, Craig. It's a kneejerk reaction on my part.)
Music from Robert Plant and his something or something band. I can never remember the name of his latest band. He's almost as prolific a bandleader as David Bowie. Why am I always surprised when I see Plant? I keep thinking he should be older. Or younger. Or less energetic. Or mellower. My point is, he's unpredictable, and that's a very nice quality in a musician. I think back on my youth, and the many hours I spent chillin' under a Zep poster, and it's almost hard to believe that he's been a part of my life for over 20 years. I feel old, especially when I see that he hasn't let age slow him nary a wee bit.
Speaking of old, I was walking through a store with my son today. He'll be 9 on Monday. We cut through the toddler clothing department and I stopped in front of a rack of shirts. I pulled one from the rack. It was similar to one he'd worn when he was very small. I held the shirt in front of him and started to tear up.