I got my ticket from 5 wonderful Seventh Day Adventist University students from Walla Walla University from Walla Walla Washington, home of the onion-throwing contest.
Ken has been trying to get a hold of his mother, who wanted him to visit her this spring break, instead of going to California. She is protesting by not picking up the phone for the last two days.
Michelle who anchors a TV program for her school. Shauna who looks just like Goldie Hawn when she was very young, Landon who can’t dance, and is going to be an awesome minister someday (His grandfather is the only one who has seen Michelle’s show) and Jacob who ate for three hours at a buffet across the street in a hot pink T-shirt.
The mechanic across the street at Tuneup Masters named Henry was kicked out of an Seventh Day Adventist Seminary school for touching a girl’s knee under a table.
Henry worked on my car last Wednesday and my engine light came on two days and 300 dollars later. Grrrrr...
I also met Terri and Virgil from Virginia. They live on a boat and have a Rat Terrier dog named Captain. Virgil was Terry’s mechanic and he has been looking under her hood for 5 years. I guess I need something better under my hood!
Jay’s Monologue didn’t work on today’s crowd, but with Kevin’s smart remarks, Jay turned it around. That’s okay, Jay you are still my Boo.
David Spade is small, but thicker than I thought. I believe he had a little drinky poo before the show. He put his foot on the table several times. I will never invite him to my house. (When I get one.)
David was funny and kept moving his thin wispy hair out of his face. (Hey, why don’t you cut your hair, the Doobie Brothers look is out this year) I don’t understand how he got close enough to even smell Heather Locklear.
Richard Engle has thick hair, so maybe he is taller than David. They are about the same height. I don’t think they can ride any rides at theme parks.
Richard is a serious journalist and showed footage of dead people, shootings, a lot of blood and other footage from his documentary. Yep, it was a fun show.
Hinder was the musical guest. They were great. I see so many rock bands. White guys with weird hair and guitars. They were one of the more polished groups and I liked their song.
Remember the Seventh Day and Keep it Holy…