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Greetings on Memorial Tournament Weekend

GREETINGS from the North Jersey Shore, as of the time this is being typed…no sightings of “Snooky,” “The Situation,” of “Deification” or whatever the he** those Reali-stars are calling themselves. It is 85’ and HOT here, so there are more dudes in wifebeaters than normal (guessing they are not wanting to sweat in their Ed Hardy knock off T-shirts), and some young ladies that, umm…let’s just say I went whale watching on both the LEFT and EAST costs.

So before I left, HOW ABOUT those storms? I mean I know it is Memorial week and it HAS to be 90’ and rainy in O-H-I-O, but man o man, did Leather Lips do a huge light show!!! Did anyone else notice the HUGE Rainbow after all those downpours? It was a FULL arch. The Short Irish Guy in me wanted to go find the pot ‘gold, but, the dude looking for everyday “I saw God moments” wanted to just look at it and enjoy. Fortunately part of that I SAW God moments was SEEING the tree in front of me before I hit it.

So this has been a fairly uneventful week for me, and in all honesty don’t have much to say, except a BIG SHOUT OUT to my buddies, Tod Civello, and Matt Lewis, for getting me booked back up on the Lake. It was great way to kick off the summer, the place I need to be…on the water!

While I don’t have much to say about my life…there have been two events this week that are dynamic in nature and incredibly important. 1.) The recent events in Israel and 2.) Jim Joyce blown call to cost a young pitcher his perfect game.

While there is more detail below in my political section, I wanted to give some of my minor thoughts on the current situation in Israel. For those who believe their religious preferences are better than others…The Muslim Faith is beautiful and peaceful and dating back to Muhammad DOES transcends the same historic lines as Christianity, and Judaism. Those that practice the Muslim faith are NOT BAD PEOPLE. The extremists who are looking for jihad are the evil ones of this faith, much like any extremist FROM ANY RELIGION. We MUST not look at this entire faith as wrong or evil. With that said THE WORLD must also respect and support Israel in their attempts to protect their borders. AND FOR THAT MATTER…PRESIDENT OBAMA, TRY PROTECTING OUR BOARDERS!!!

There was also a GREAT lesson in humility and accountability this week with Umpire Jim Joyce admitting he was wrong in his blow call that cost Armando Galarraga his perfect game. Jim stated he was wrong and owned up to his poor call. While Galarraga not only accepted his apology but also let Jim and the world know there was no hard feelings…AFTER HIS PERFECT GAME WAS RIPPED AWAY. Both sides can be great learning tools for coaches and fathers everywhere. There is more and a video in “you da Man.”

Have a dream? I have two. I work my a** off every day to accomplish one, and the other? I try to be a better person every day, tell her how I feel Every day, and pray EVERDAY for some help…all without expecting anything.

1.) Anyone else having problems with phone muting?
2.) During the storm ALL MY APPS activated at once…it was like ‘Hal’ was in charge not me. “Hello Matt”

Martini Par
k just shut down…lasted 4 months more than I thought it would. My favorite line of the week was the GM stating; “We had no idea, we just ran out of funding.” REALLY?!?!? Ran out of funding!!! You are a business not a NON PROFIT! PLUS no idea? Hmmmm…I was told last July you would be shut down January 2. Take a lesson from Umpire Jim Joyce, own up for your poor decisions!!! AND this was the SECOND venue the GM was involved with that failed, is it still EVERYONE else’s fault?

For the record, this is the 4th of the 4 venues that rescinded their contracts with me in 2009 that have now shut down. Justice has been served!

Thank you for being a friend…
Rue McClanahan, ‘Golden Girl’ Blanche, dies in NY

NEW YORK – Rue McClanahan, the Emmy-winning actress who brought the sexually liberated Southern belle Blanche Devereaux to life on the hit TV series “The Golden Girls,” has died. She was 76.

Her manager, Barbara Lawrence, said McClanahan died Thursday morning at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital of a brain hemorrhage.

She had undergone treatment for breast cancer in 1997 and later lectured to cancer support groups on “aging gracefully.” In 2009, she had heart bypass surgery.

McClanahan had an active career in off-Broadway and regional stages in the 1960s before she was tapped for TV in the 1970s for the key best-friend character on the hit series “Maude,” starring Beatrice Arthur. After that series ended in 1978, McClanahan landed the role as Aunt Fran on “Mama’s Family” in 1983.

But her most loved role came in 1985 when she co-starred with Arthur, Betty White and Estelle Getty in “The Golden Girls,” a runaway hit that broke the sitcom mold by focusing on the foibles of four aging — and frequently eccentric — women living together in Miami.

“Golden Girls” aimed to show “that when people mature, they add layers,” she told The New York Times in 1985. “They don’t turn into other creatures. The truth is we all still have our child, our adolescent, and your young woman living in us.”

Blanche, who called her father “Big Daddy,” was a frequent target of roommates Dorothy, Rose and the outspoken Sophia (Getty), who would fire off zingers at Blanche such as, “Your life’s an open blouse.”

Fellow “Golden Girl” Betty White called McClanahan a close and dear friend.
“I treasured our relationship,” said White, who was working in Los Angeles on the set of her TV Land comedy “Hot in Cleveland” on Thursday. “It hurts more than I even thought it would, if that’s even possible.”

McClanahan snagged an Emmy for her work on the show in 1987. In an Associated Press interview that year, McClanahan said Blanche was unlike any other role she had ever played.
“Probably the closest I’ve ever done was Blanche DuBois in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ at the Pasadena Playhouse,” she said. “I think, too, that’s where the name came from, although my character is not a drinker and not crazy.”

Her Blanche Devereaux, she said, “is in love with life and she loves men. I think she has an attitude toward women that’s competitive. She is friends with Dorothy and Rose, but if she has enough provocation she becomes competitive with them. I think basically she’s insecure. It’s the other side of the Don Juan syndrome.”

The We TV cable network said it would honor McClanahan with a marathon of “Golden Girls” episodes featuring Blanche on Friday night. The Logo network said it would replay all episodes of “Sordid Lives,” her last TV series, on Sunday.

Vicki Lawrence worked with McClanahan on “Mama’s Family.” Lawrence called her “a consummate professional, an actor’s actor.”

“It was my good fortune to get to work with her on the first season and a half of ‘Mama’s Family.’ When she got stolen away from ‘Mama’s Family’ to do ‘Golden Girls,’ I cried,” Lawrence said in an e-mail.

After “The Golden Girls” was canceled in 1992, McClanahan, White and Getty reprised their roles in a short-lived spinoff, “Golden Palace.”

McClanahan continued working in television, on stage and in film, appearing in the Jack Lemmon-Walter Matthau vehicle “Out to Sea” and as the biology teacher in “Starship Troopers.”

She stepped in to portray Madame Morrible, the crafty headmistress, for a time in “Wicked,” Broadway’s long-running “Wizard of Oz” prequel.

In 2008, McClanahan appeared in the Logo comedy “Sordid Lives: The Series,” playing the slightly addled, elderly mother of an institutionalized drag queen.
During production, McClanahan was recovering from 2007 surgery on her knee. It didn’t stop her from filming a sex scene in which the bed broke, forcing her to hang on to a windowsill to avoid tumbling off.

McClanahan was born Eddi-Rue McClanahan in Healdton, Okla., to building contractor William McClanahan and his wife, Dreda Rheua-Nell, a beautician. She graduated with honors from the University of Tulsa with a degree in German and theater arts.

McClanahan’s acting career began on the stage. According to a 1985 Los Angeles Times profile, she appeared at the Pasadena (Calif.) Playhouse, studied in New York with Uta Hagen and Harold Clurman, and worked in soaps and on the stage.

She won an Obie — the off-Broadway version of the Tony — in 1970 for “Who’s Happy Now,” playing the “other woman” in a family drama written by Oliver Hailey. She reprised the role in a 1975 television version; in a review, The New York Times described her character as “an irrepressible belle given to frequent bouts of `wooziness’ and occasional bursts of shrewdness.”
She had appeared only sporadically on television until producer Norman Lear tapped her for a guest role on “All in the Family” in 1971.

She went from there to a regular role in the “All in the Family” spinoff “Maude,” playing Vivian, the neighbor and best friend to Arthur in the starring role.
When Arthur died in April 2009, McClanahan recalled that she had felt constrained by “Golden Girls” during the later years of its run. “Bea liked to be the star of the show. She didn’t really like to do that ensemble playing,” McClanahan said.

McClanahan was married six times: Tom Bish, with whom she had a son, Mark Bish; actor Norman Hartweg; Peter D’Maio; Gus Fisher; and Tom Keel. She married Morrow Wilson on Christmas Day in 1997.

She called her 2007 memoir “My First Five Husbands … And the Ones Who Got Away.”

hey ya’ll!.. we are one week from the start of cma fest and a city of craziness!!..this is being sent to those of you who may possibly be coming down for the fun. A week from today is the CMT Awards. after the awards we’re having a big ole post awards party @ Big Shotz on 2nd Ave. located directly across the street from the Wild Horse Saloon. Myself and many other Artists, writers, and friends have been invited to come and jam out. and their feedback is awesome! i will also being giving (by silent auction) my own personal gibson epi that i personally paid for. and has my own wrap on the back of it.. all proceeds of the evening will be benefiting the Salvation Army.

For those who maybe weren’t aware. an unbelievable flood crashed Nashville and the surrounding counties. some businesses are just now opening their doors and many homes and lives have been changed forever. there will not be any charge to enter the all star jam. as this truthfully is dedicated to the fans of country music. all we ask is if you could throw in a buck or two into the bucket to benefit those who need bottled water. new clothes and a toothbrush. i was fortunate enough to live right in the middle of town and not be harmed in any way. but on the other side of the freeway, a half a mile there were businesses 6 feet under water!..incredible. the most devistating thing ive ever lived to see.

Many folks have come into my life in the last couple years of living here. they’ve all been invited in some fashion, even if its to come hang out for a few to show their support. i’ll be sharing some original music live for the first time here in nashville. only being heard on 107.1 nashville. and we’ll of course play all the great songs that you’ve always heard amongst radio throughout the country. all i can say is thank you for your friendship and the possibility of considering being a part of a cool evening. God Bless~ J

p.s.~ a special thanks goes to long time buddy matt sexton for driving down on his own $ to help host and fill in the gaps. and s.p.p.g. for paying the band as many of the musicians had lost there gigs for a couple weeks. please see the attached poster for details!


I don’t like some of the wording…however this is a good background to the turbulent situation with Israel/Egypt/Turkey, and Hamas in Gaza

In the past 24 hours a ship from my homeland (Ireland) has made its way to the current blockade. The officials of the Rachel Corrie have offered to allow the contents of the ship to be examined by Israeli officials. I AM PROUD OF MY IRISH CATHOLIC HERITAGE, and my Irish roots…however The World NEEDS to respect and support Israel doing WHATEVER it needs to, to protect its borders. AND ON THAT NOTE: President Obama, feel free to support Arizona and PROTECT OUR BOARDERS!!!

Analysis: Israel’s deadly sea raid a boon to Hamas

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip – Israel’s interception of a flotilla trying to break the blockade of Gaza has been a boon to Hamas and vastly improved prospects of at least easing the 3-year-old closure of the territory.

Before Israel’s deadly raid on a Gaza-bound Turkish vessel this week, the Islamic militant rulers of the impoverished Palestinian territory had reached a dead end in their desperate attempts to pry open the borders.

But then Israel sent commandos to try to stop the six-ship flotilla carrying tons of aid on Monday, prompting a violent confrontation that led to the deaths of nine pro-Palestinian activists.

The widespread outcry over the showdown at sea has forged a growing international consensus that the blockade cannot be sustained.

Hamas, once internationally isolated, can now count on the backing of Turkey, a powerful NATO ally with strong ties to the West.

A growing number of world leaders also have demanded a complete lifting of the embargo, imposed by Israel and Egypt after Hamas wrested Gaza from Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in 2007. The policy, which initially enjoyed the tacit backing of many in the international community, was meant to squeeze and eventually drive out Hamas.
Israel has remained defiant against the pressure, saying it is necessary to keep out weapons and goods such as cement and steel that could be diverted by Hamas for military use.

For now, the Obama administration is signaling it will stick to its gradual approach of persuading Israel to ease restrictions.

“We have to put as much pressure and as much cajoling on Israel as we can to allow them to get building materials in,” U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said in a TV interview this week.
But grassroots pressure to lift the blockade keeps mounting, with moreaid ships en route, including an Irish-flagged cargo ship heading toward Gaza on Friday.

For Hamas, the aid flotillas are a risk-free way of keeping the world’s attention focused on the blockade. In the past, the militants often resorted to firing rockets at Israel to push back against the border closure, provoking harsh Israeli retaliation and international condemnation.
Some in Hamas portrayed this week’s events as a watershed and a major boost to morale.

“There is no way this blockade will continue as it did before,” predicted Omar Abdel Razek, a Hamas lawmaker in the West Bank. “Everyone in the region, in the international community, wants to put an end to it.”

In what appeared to be a first sign of change, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak ordered Egypt’s passenger terminal with Gaza to open daily, instead of sporadically. Although the stringent rules of who can leave remain in place, the move is helping reduce the backlog of thousands of Gazans with permits trying to get out.

International Mideast envoy Tony Blair said the recent bloodshed made it clear that Gaza cannot be left unattended, even if the world disagrees with Hamas’ often violent tactics.

“The mistake is always to think that if you get things going well in the West Bank, Gaza can somehow be left to the side,” Blair told The Associated Press. “It will never be left to the side. It has 1.5 million people, and Hamas is also an actor in this thing.”

Israel and other Hamas’ critics argue that the Islamic militants could have ended the blockade long ago by releasing a captured Israeli soldier and accepting international demands to renounce violence and recognize Israel.

Hamas refused, in part because it feared diluting its militant ideology would lead to the eventual demise of the movement. Instead, it chose to ride out the blockade by smuggling commercial goods, cash and Iranian-funded weapons through tunnels along the border with Egypt.

After this 3-year standoff, Turkey’s unexpected high-profile support for Hamas demands to open Gaza’s borders signaled a turning point. Turkey was the unofficial sponsor of the flotilla and berated Israel, an erstwhile regional ally, over the clash at sea that left eight Turks and an American of Turkish origin dead.

Hamas has proudly displayed its new friendship with Turkey, which has been trying to assert itself as a Mideast player and appears to have shifted closer to Syria and Iran, at the expense of its traditional alliance with Israel.

In sharp contrast, the Hamas government has often played down its ties to its main foreign supporter, Iran.

The crisis has also benefited Hamas at home. Before the clash at sea, the cash-strapped Hamas government was busy fending off an angry backlash against an aggressive taxation campaign, and its popularity was sagging.

“Of course, Hamas is more popular after the ship issue,” said Mohammed Shamali, 45, who owns an electronics shop in Gaza City, citing the opening of the Egyptian border crossing and the outpouring of international for Gaza.

Under the blockade, Israel has allowed only basic humanitarian goods into Gaza but barred virtually all exports and the import of raw materials, including construction supplies. The ban has wiped out most private industry and hampered U.N.-led efforts to rebuild what was destroyed during Israel’s military offensive against Gaza 16 months ago.

Israel has said it would allow more goods in, and in recent weeks permitted the first small shipments of wood and aluminum. However, Western diplomats and aid agencies have complained that Israeli foot-dragging has delayed vital projects in Gaza.

Pittsburgh Penguins seek 250 students to help flush toilets at new arena –


Lone Jewish High School Student Faces Down Arab Mob in LA

A loud and angry mob of pro-Arab demonstrators outside the Israeli consulate igloos Angeles on Tuesday became even more enraged when one, lone Jewish high school student with a yarmulke and a large Israeli flag marched fearlessly alongside them.
The young man, whose name was later learned to be Daniel Pereg, seemed to be unmoved by the angry curses hurled at him by the American-Arab crowd. Though protected by a line of policemen, it appeared he could be attacked at any moment.

Reporters asked him afterwards about his unusual presence, and he explained, “I came out because I want to defend Israel… They [the soldiers attempting to divert the flotilla ships – ed.] were attacked, and they had the right to defend [themselves]. These people [on the boats] were not humanitarians; their ship was armed with knives, batons, and all kinds of things to attack the Israelis with. There is a naval blockade on Gaza, and they [the soldiers] were just doing their job of enforcing it… Hamas is a terrorist organization trying to kill Israelis.”

Asked if he is affiliated with any group, he said, “Just Judaism and Israel, that’s it.”

Asked how he knows that the ship was filled with arms, Daniel said, “I know from the news; I’m an informed person.”

This contrasted with the Arab-Americans who appear at the end of the video. One girl said that a Palestinian state alongside Israel would not satisfy her, as “there should not be an Israeli state! The Israeli state does not even exist!”

Another Arab-speaking American explained, “The only reason Israel is doing this is because they got kicked out from, uh, the German whatever, whatever happened to them. So they’re trying to take out their anger on someone else.” Asked about the Bible and the Jewish presence in the Land of Israel since the times of King Solomon, he lowered his voice and said, “I don’t know about that.”

This could be the best story of the week and maybe the sports year…Umpire Jim Joyce, shows human error and BLOWS a call. ADMITS HE IS WRONG, takes responsibility for BLOWN call…Manager Jim Leyland, and The pitcher robbed, Armondo Galarraga accept his apology. Truly a GREAL LEARNING EXPEREINCE FOR ALL!!!

Umpire Jim Joyce admits his call costs the Detroit Tigers’ Armando Galarraga a perfect game

DETROIT — Armando Galarraga squeezed the ball in his mitt, stepped on first base with his right foot and was ready to celebrate the first perfect game in Detroit Tigers history.

What happened next will be the talk of baseball for the rest of this season and likely a lot longer.

Umpire Jim Joyce emphatically called Cleveland’s Jason Donald safe and a chorus of groans and boos echoed in Comerica Park.

Then Joyce emphatically said he was wrong.

“It was the biggest call of my career, and I kicked the (stuff) out of it,” Joyce said, looking and sounding distraught as he paced in the umpires’ locker room. “I just cost that kid a perfect game.”

“I thought he beat the throw. I was convinced he beat the throw, until I saw the replay,” he said after the Tigers’ 3-0 win.

Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski said Joyce asked to speak with Galarraga. The pitcher appreciated the gesture.

“You don’t see an umpire after the game come out and say, ‘Hey, let me tell you I’m sorry,’ ” Galarraga said. “He felt really bad.”

It’s rare for an umpire to acknowledge a mistake and, in one of the few sports that relies heavily on the human eye, it’s certain to prompt a push for Major League Baseball to use increased replays.

MLB declined comment on Joyce’s call.

As it stands, baseball replays can only be used for questionable home runs. There’s no appealing a judgment call, either by replay or protest. A blown call by first base umpire Don Denkinger helped tilt the 1985 World Series, and followed him throughout his career.

“I worked with Don Denkinger. I know what he went through, but I had never had a moment like this until tonight,” said the 54-year-old Joyce, who became a full-time major league umpire in 1989 and has worked two World Series, 11 other playoff series and two All-Star Games.

Galarraga was trying for the third perfect game in the majors this year, including Roy Halladay’s gem last Saturday night. The A’s Dallas Braden threw one on May 9.

On a play teams work on early and often in spring training, Galarraga and first baseman Miguel Cabrera did their jobs on what should’ve been the final out.

Donald hit a grounder in the hole between first and second, Cabrera fielded it and threw to first, where Galarraga caught the ball at least a step ahead of Donald, replays showed.

Cabrera said he didn’t want to talk about it and Donald answered questions from reporters after a long soak in the tub.

“I didn’t know if I beat the throw or not,” Donald said. “But given the circumstances, I thought for sure I’d be called out.”
Tigers manager Jim Leyland immediately charged out of the dugout to argue the call to no avail. The next batter grounded out, and Leyland and many of his players angrily let Joyce know how they felt.

“Emotions were running high for everybody and I think that’s why the guys were emotional after the game,” Leyland said. “I wish we wouldn’t have been, but we were. But I think it’s understandable in that case. That’s a pretty sacred thing, something like that.”

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By concentrating on the positive, we create a sense of optimism and energy.
~ Christopher Novak

For you cannot give me…This is why I have put you among your neighbors: so that you can do for them what you cannot do for me–that is, love them without any concern for thanks and without looking for any profit for yourself. And whatever you do for them I will consider done for me.

St. Catherine of Siena

Here’s what’s happening in CENTRAL OHIO!

My buddies, LoveSick Radio Play Captain Jack’s
Long Tall Deb & The Drifter Kings play Papa Boo’s
Dawson Cooper Band plays at Captain Woody’s

Christie Angeletti plays Captain Jack’s
Snack Bar and Jacked Up play Papa Boo’s
Dutch Williams and Chicsa play Captain Woody’s

The Naked Karate Girls play Papa Boos
Jenkins and Scott play Captain Jack’s

Steve Byrne plays the Funny Bone Comedy Club at Easton

The Tournament that Jack built (in my backyard) Rain, Heat, The Direct TV Blimp, and Whiskey on The Leatherlips Monument all mean The Muirfield Tourney is this weekend.

Columbus Arts Festival in The Discovery District

Russell Brand and Jonah Hill star in ‘Get Him to the Greek,’ rated “R.” I gotta admit that I am sick of movies that glorify drug use for the sake of
TRYING to be funny.

Date movie even the guys can like…
Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl star in ‘Killers,’ rated “PG-13.”

Movie I am wanting to see!!!
‘Marmaduke,’ rated “PG.”

‘Alice in Wonderland’ starring Johnny Depp rated “PG-13”

‘The Wolfman’ rated “R.”

Next Weds I am PROUD to Kick Off FanFest in Nashville Tenn. I will be rocking the stage after the awards at Big Shotz on 2nd Ave, along with some HUGE National Acts (which I am not allowed to announce), and MY GOOD FRIEND…James Gage!!! This is one of those moments I have been dreaming about, AND I get to pay it forward as this is a fundraiser for The Nashville Salvation Army who has been helping those affected by the recent floods.

For the 3rd Year in a row I am honored to ROCK the Main Stage of Park Street Festival with some of the Hottest Regional Acts (and those I consider Friends) in Central Ohio. Next Friday June 11 I start at 3pm, and rock with my buddies; The Brave Youngster, Lt. Dan’s New Legz, LoveSick Radio, and SAVING JANE. It’s is gonna be a GREAT NIGHT and hope to see y’all out there!!!

As my crew is rocking an AWESOME Wedding for friends of mine, I will be at Easton Town Center. The wedding coordinator of this event, HAS SHOWN HER TRUE UNPROFESSIONAL WEDDING COORDINATOR CHARM… stating she does not wish to work with me and will NEVER recommend prior to event-to maintain the integrity of my business, and assure my good friends Big Day I am making a professional decision to remove myself from this event, and I am having my good friend Ken Justice cover this amazing event. AGAIN FOR THE RECORD, WEDDING COORDINATORS WAIST TIME, MONEY, AND RESOURCES WHILE DRIVING WEDDING CLIENTS RATES UP!

Anyway…I will be doing a HUGE event for the City of Columbus, and raising monies for local charities at Easton Town Center. I will be rocking a stage with my good friends LoveSick Radio, and The Bourbon Kings…as CENTRAL OHIO, and The United States of America Celebrate The USA in The Football World Cup. Stop out to Easton Saturday June 12th at 4pm!!!

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