B&P reader Sander of Kansas City sends along this video of his daughter Allison. The little ham is doing the Harlem Shake.
What the hell is the Harlem Shake? … in case you’re wondering as much as I was.
I had the pleasure of having dinner with Tim S. from Chicago this evening. We met at Bandana’s BBQ, a local favorite here in the St. Louis area. Tim is in the area this week working as a software consultant.
We chatted about movies and TV shows, blogging and of course the weather in Chicago vs. St. Louis. (At least he isn’t a big Cubs fan.) I’ve confirmed that Tim’s memories of old movies is much better than mine.
They all but ran us out at closing time. I had my camera with me but just forgot to get a picture. So, I created one that is real close to what the photo would have been like. I’m the one on the left.
I’d just like to wish all the B&Pers in the neighborhood a Happy Thanksgiving. Well, those of you in the U.S. anyway. To those everywhere else around the world, Happy Thursday!
I’m thankful for those that I have met in person; people who came to the BABBQs like DJ, Richard, Gary & Ariane, Danny & Linda, Ken, Anthony, Scott, Danielle and Nick, and Frank.
I’m also thankful for the people I’ve met out on the road. People like Infidel in Georgia, Mike Firesmith in Georgia, Sonya & Jeff, Jody & Grace, Fungus and Lunchbox (Dave and Mike) all from Florida, Bill the Painter in Kansas City, Revrick in Nashville, and Charlie in Dallas and John Walkenbach. I’m thankful to have met the Las Vegas crew; Scott & Chris, David G, Lorena & Driana, Sara & Anthony, our Vegas guides Barb & Paul, Deborah & Elliot, Shannon and of course Bella. My apologies if I left someone out.
People like you are the reason I still love doing Bits & Pieces after almost eleven years. And the hopes of meeting other regular B&Pers like Maffu in the UK, Miss Silver in New Zealand, Aubrey, Sander, Grumpy in Canada, J-Bird, Carter way over in St. Louis, Lloyd, Dabba, Maoman, p1t0, Woohoo, oldbear, Janet in Ireland, Anne in Michigan, Paul in Boca, A&L, hcmon in California, Qoumidan, Andy from Beaverton, Sandie in Las Vegas, Mathman54, Jarrod, Barbwire, Pastor Fred, Tehobu, Steve, Grog, Buckwheat, Goddess in Chicago, Marni in Florida, Mary, Grace, Mike from Spain, Ron, Greg, Mark, … the list goes on and on and on.
I’m thankful for the people who send me things for B&P. The regulars like Mike Firesmith and Mike (from Spain), M C W, Big Red Kev, DJ, Ron L, Rich, Charlie from SanFran, and this list goes on and on. Whether you sent me one thing or send me stuff daily, I appreciate it.
I’m appreciative of my fellow bloggers whom I borrow content from and who occasionally actively participate here with comments and suggestions. Blogs like Miss Cellania, AmyOops, Tastefully Offensive, MCW’s Crazy Lazy Silly and Strange, Funny 2, just to name a few. Links to these and more can be found in the sidebar of B&P.
Most importantly I appreciate your financial donations. They help keep me going and are vital in keeping B&P up and productive.
Thank you and I hope you all have a great day! Happy Thanksgiving!
Tomorrow is election day in the United States of America. It’s the day we choose who will be our president for the next four years. Let’s see how the B&P neighborhood compares to the electorate.
If the election were held today who would you vote to be the next president of the United States?
B&P POLLS ARE NOW CLOSED
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Just want to put out a message for our friends along the coast of Florida, Fungus, Lunchbox, Sonya & Jeff, Jody & Grace, and others that we’re thinking about you as Hurricane Isaac nears. The same to those along the gulf coast, the final target of the storm.
I remember well the damage done on August 13, 2004 when Hurricane Charlie went through Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda. I was there two days later trying to find my aunt. I’ll never forget it.
Y’all take care and let us know you’re safe when you can.
B&P cousins Anthony (A L N) and Lloyd met in Spokane Washington yesterday.
Anthony dressed in his stylish Las Vegas t-shirt is on the right. By using the process of elimination I have concluded that Lloyd is the skinny guy on the left. They both live and work near the Washington / Idaho border.
I think it is really cool when people meet in person from a connection made on Bits & Pieces. Wish I could have joined you guys!
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