Highway to Hell YES!!! Heading to AC/DC at the Bradley Center tonight and couldn't be more excited. AC/DC is one of the bands on my "Concert Bucket List" - bands I need to see before I (or they) die.
Enjoying all the great AC/DC requests during the Whistle today... plus requests from your Concert Bucket Lists... I happened across this "Bucket List" of a different kind: the Sex Bucket List. Places to have sex before you die.
It's like a Dr. Seuss book... doing it in a box... with a fox... on a train... in the rain...
Stuck in the parking garage. Gonna be awhile.
Real cannons. Ears bleeding. Awesome show. Good night.
You know him as swarthy space pimp Lando Calrissian from the Star Wars movies...
"You should join me in Cloud City, because you look like an angel."
...or as Gayle Sayers from "Brian's Song."
James Caan gets cancer and dies. Billy Dee makes it OK for dudes to cry.
He also played Harvey Dent in the movie Batman.
No, not that Harvey Dent (although if it had been, they definitely should have gotten the Best Makeup Effects Oscar). I'm talking Harvey from the 1989 Batman with Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. The one before Tim Burton sucked.
"I've just made a deal that'll keep the Empire out of here forever."
But I may love Billy Dee Williams most of all as the pitchman for Colt 45 Malt Liquor.
Who needs Sex Panther Cologne (60% of the time, it works all the time) when you've got Colt 45?
I was nowhere near old enough to drink when Colt 45 used to run TV ads. But I still remember how cool Billy Dee Williams was. See for yourself:
That's smooth Billy Dee. Very smooth.
I have no idea what's happening in this one. It makes no sense at all.
Fab 5 Freddy? Apparently this one ran on MTV a lot because it looks like a 90's rap video.
Check out this awesome Lost "Dharma Initiative" alarm clockThe snooze button you have to push every 108 minutes... hatches, polar bears, and smoke monsters not included. Does not allow you to travel through time.
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