My yesterday began with the anti-gravity treadmill. Still going slow. Cut the speed and time by 50 percent.
David Wolkowsky was not at Body Owners. He is sometimes there. Others, not. He is on the treadmill before me.
David is 96. I worry when he does not show up.
Shot down to the Cuban Coffee Queen after working out. Cuban coffee and a steak sandwich. Sat an extra hour reading the newspapers.
Spent the afternoon preparing for tonight’s blog talk radio show. Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou. Nine my time. www.blogtalkradio.com/key-west-lou.
Interesting topics. A brief review of the Kentucky primary results. Followed by comments concerning Trump’s attitude and women, that Melania would be the first first lady to have posed nude, Trump’s tax returns, and Hillary’s transcripts.
Also, the FBI enabling Church leaders, social workers and community leaders to spy on you and me, Obama at war longer than any other President, whether Zika is another Ebola, Hillary’s two $100,000 a plate fundraisers the same evening, and more.
My blog talk radio show has taken off. In only two years. I now have advertisers. Like GEICO, Walgreens and Amazon.com. Surprising!
Started my evening at Aqua. Monday the bartenders sing at cocktail time. Always enjoyable. Looked for Chart Room friend David. Not there.
The bartenders sang Where The Boys Are. They meant boys!
The song brought back memories of the early 1960’s spring break movie of the same name. Dolores Hart one of the stars. A young beauty. She made ten films. Starred as leading lady in each one. With male stars such as Elvis Presley, Stephen Boyd, Montgomery Cliff, George Hamilton and Robert Wagner.
Then at age 24 left the movie business. Entered a nunnery. Still there all these years later. Now, the abbess of her order.
Got into a discussion about Sal Rapisardi and his parents with one of the bartenders. Sal and his family were successful business people when I first came to Key West. I bought the parents’ home.
Sal was a graduate engineer from RPI. Smart. Never worked as an engineer. Motels, bars, night clubs became his specialty Especially those appealing to the gay community. At one time, he and his family owned Atlantic Shores and La Te Da.
Sal opened Diva’s on Duval. Diva’s was the predecessor of Aqua. It all started with Sal.
Sal now lives in the Fort Lauderdale area.
Lisa dated Sal for a while. I told her to marry him. He was a nice guy, rich and straight. A winning combination. Especially in Key West.
My suggestion fell on deaf ears.
Duffy’s for dinner. I am turned on to Duffy’s prime rib.
Jennifer hosting. Jana managing. Kari waiting. Mark bartending.
Mark is Mark Yeoman. Learned that several years ago he tried his hand at painting. A success! His work sold successfully at Joy Galleries. In the four figures. He showed me photos of some of his works. Magnificent!
On the way home, stopped for a nightcap at Don’s Place. Boomer bartending. Duffy’s Kari and Boomer have lived together for years. Both nice people.
Syracuse University announced the Carrier Dome is getting a new roof. Cost, $105 million. Another $100 million for overall improvements. At the same time, major improvements would be done to Archibald Gymnasium. Cost, $50 million.
Joining the ACC has to be the reason. The move from the Big East to the ACC was done for economic reasons. Apparently working out as intended.
George Washington. No one will argue he was not a smart man.
The British were taxing the colonists several years prior to the Revolution. On this day in 1769, Washington argued the impropriety of taxation without representation. The tyranny part would come several years later.
Today, we have taxation with representation. I see no difference between 1769 and today.
Enjoy your day!
We have representation ? Hmmm.
“Today, we have taxation with representation. I see no difference between 1769 and today.”
I’d say we have no government.
Louis, I am ever so happy that Lisa did not listen to you about marrying Sal because her choice is quite a hunk. She did right.
I am also OK with USA presidents who have nude wives. haha.
Dolores Hart was interviewed awhile ago by Bill O Reilly. It would probably be a good bet to say you didn’t watch it. [ smiley face]. It was interesting.
I did watch it. I was struck more by her face rather than words. She had aged. Just as you and I.
Ya, but, all 3 of us are still pretty ! [smiley face]
I was struck more by her words.