The Big Jabroni Jumps Off The Roof @CaptJoeLobster With A Couple of Other Big Jabronis To Celebrate His Birthday
Eric Lorden, Chris DeWolfe and James Eves
Eric Lorden, Chris DeWolfe and James Eves
OMG! (click the HD at bottom right for best quality)
For all of you folks that have never witnessed THE MOVIE for 2013, please take the time to do so. You will be entertained.
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And please come out and support this years event, it’a for the NEXT STEP, they change lives…you could, too!
Now, some folks may have seen the Tony Hawk spoof video about hover boards, but this one right here is the real deal. They have a kickstarter as you would imagine, and yes it’s over funding in like a day. May introduce to you the HENDO HOVER BOARD!
The Rotary Club of Gloucester will host a Trivia Night on Friday, October 24, at the Gloucester House, located at 63 Rogers Street in downtown Gloucester. The doors will open at 6 p.m. and the game will begin at 7 p.m. Teams of four will compete for the title of Cape Ann Trivia Champions.
All trivia fans are invited to this fun night of knowledge and laughter. The registration fee is $100 for a team of four players. Proceeds from this event will support programs of the Gloucester Rotary Club. The night will also feature a 50/50 raffle, a cash bar, and light snacks for purchase. A registration form is attached to this email. Additional forms may be obtained any Gloucester Rotary Club member or may be downloaded from www.GloucesterRotary.us
Konecky Striking Fear Into the Hearts Of All Gloucester Rotarian Trivia Contestants
The Old Wrap The Pink Tickets around Your Head Move. Totally Psyches Out The Competition Every Time. Konecky Playing Chess Here While Everyone Else In The Room Is Playing Checkers. Sniff Sniff, Yep, I Smell Fear!!!!
Cox displaying zero confidence in her trivia game right here while Fine displays her Star Trek IV good luck pin.
You’re gonna need a whole lot more than a lucky Star Trek Pin Fine. We’re Gunnin For You!
The Open Door has a chance to make the 2014 Top-Rated List at GreatNonprofits (greatnonprofits.org) and be eligible for some great prizes, but we need your help!
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Mitchell Hsing and Isabel Brachmann, grad students at MIT (who said only nerds go to MIT?) recently swam the perimeter of Straitsmouth Island from Gap Head in less than 25 minutes. Their coach Bill Steele and I escorted them in kayaks.
Fish tacos afterwards at Cape Ann Brewing Company!
Here’s a video clip. You can clearly see Twin Lights at Thachers and Straitsmouth Island light in the background:
Joe “The Animal” Barboza was flown to Thachers Island each night by helicopter in the late 60’s while testifying against the New England mob. When Barboza’s cover at Thachers was blown, federal marshals moved him to a house on Eastern Point.
Barboza was gunned down a few years later in Southern California.
This was back in the day when the Coast Guard radio station at Gap Head was still in operation.
Daddy Turtle Just Laying Down The Hammer While Momma Turtle Doesn’t Skip A Beat Eating Her Lettuce.
Nature at it’s finest right here.
GMG Wild Kingdom Channel may have to be a spin off, no?
Don’t Hurt ‘Em Hammer!
Search Term: Define Professional Hardass Weatherman
Search Results- “Jim Cantore”
I hope to see this kind of professionalism out of our new weather guy Pete. Just kneeing MFers in the nuts and going about his business totally unfazed.
Pete, if you aren’t kneeing dudes in the nuts within the next week during one of your video weather updates I may have to rethink your whole dedication to being part of the GMG team ;)
If I’m looking back on the entire body of Jim Cantore’s work I can’t find anything more impressive than this nutsack knee job. Imagine that. All the years of heading straight to the worst weather conditions- standing up to typhoons, hurricanes and massive flooding in the worst possible conditions and your life becomes defined by a perfectly executed nut slam.
I’m lucky I got out of our interview unscathed and nuts intact
Here’s my measure of our Block Party. This was a family event, and dicey weather was a factor. But the proof is in my sink. Big crowds, respectable sales, and boy were they thirsty. All of the wine glasses I had out were used, all the wine and beer was consumed, and it was a very successful event. One thing is for sure — we have a lot of happy drunken fruit flies in the back room.
My wife Michele decided to mix things up at this year’s end-of-year picnic at East Gloucester Elementary School.
Add in some calypso by Harry Belafonte, choreography by Sarah Slifer Swift, and videography by Jason Grow, and here are the results.
Took that youngster to school I tell ya.
Just flat out pickle juice chugging domination right there.
The kid is tremendous BTW.
Charisma on top of charisma on top of charisma.
Oh those crazy Hamilton folk and their street signs.
Milf Street Hamilton Ma, Yep, It Exists.
This sign on the corner of Milf and Union. Google Map
Submit your Own photo of the Milf Street sign to GMG For a chance to win a copy of Ron Gilson’s An Island No More
Dating myself, I remember back in the early 70s when making the rounds with my mom and sister Felicia we would visit all her Sicilian relatives on Prospect and up on Commonwealth, and they always had their living room furniture sets covered with that hard transparent plastic to protect it.
Never see those plastic furniture covers any more. While talking to Miles Schlicte we were trying to figure out when, if ever they took the covers off the furniture. Was it only for special occasions, or was it when there weren’t children around?
Did you know anyone or have any relatives that had the transparent furniture covers?
Not my mom-