July 21, 2019

Music, mayhem, and more

Once again, it was an eventful day, but not as productive as I would have liked.

I went to the Bongo Road House in Lake Ariel, to shoot musicians who were there, playing and enjoying a party.

The party was held by the Bongo Road House in because it will be changing hands in about a month.

When I went there I figured I would get various bands performing, and perhaps event establish a few contacts.

Well, I managed to take a few bands, and talked with owner Patricia Davis, a very nice lady. But I had to leave earlier than anticipated, because my buddy Zednil had to get back to grab some sleep and make preparations for his trip back to Long Island.

Oh well, it is something. I was tempted again to say “forget it,” but again, the fact I would be recording it here in the blog is preventing me from engaging in such shenanigans.

To tell you the truth, I wish I had thought of this years ago.

I created a video of the event and wrote a short story, which are now published. Also, I got further on that new short story I have in the works. As it unfolds, I’m looking forward to completing it, and putting it up on the website as well.

I’ve come to the conclusion though, that it is time to tweak the website, and those tweaks must come soon. I have to put something a the top – probably a video – to attract attention. I also have to put a “What’s New,” section in so people can know, well frankly what is new, and where to find it.

Also, according to Julie, you can’t find anything on the website via a Google search. I’ll definitely have to rectify that situation.

And, I must use the social media to announce in various places that my website exists and what it offers.

And now, that wonderful moment you’ve all been waiting for, today’s bad joke!

When baseball legend Casey Stengel died, he knew he was in heaven. There were all the baseball greats – Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Roger Maris, Mickey Mantle, and many, many others. Stengel knew that here was a baseball team that would be like no other throughout eternity.

As he was working on his starting lineup, Stengel received a telephone call on heaven’s “hotline.”

“Hello Casey,” came a voice over the phone. “This is Satan. I’m calling to challenge you to a baseball game.”

“A baseball game?” Stengel asked, incredulous. “Why do you want to do such a thing. You can’t win, I’ve got all the great baseball players.”

“You mean I can’t lose,” said Satan. “I’ve got all the umpires!”

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