Here's the man who put together On The 1: Saigo. Never saw any of the acts until that night, it was super good...everyone had great presence. Great entertainment throughout the night. Below is some shenanigans from last night's Kaleidoscope, didn't even know what they were doing till Rid pointed it out to me. Man I'm slow. I think my ears almost exploded last night...I shouldn't stand so close to the speakers.
Cereal, Fruity Pebbles and Cinnamon Toast Crunch. I lied, the above picture is Bamm Bamm Berry Pebbles, don't be fooled...the Bamm Bamm sucks. Stick with the fruity pebbles. My brother reminded me of the Cinnamon Toast Crunch, that stuff is good. The worst, Frosted Mini Wheats or Frosted Flakes.
Taken from the Star Bulletin.
I don't read books, but I love the business section of the newspaper.
Here's something to get for your kids instead of that new outfit they always wanted...
New backpacks are bulletproof
Two fathers' creation of a bulletproof backpack to protect their children from school shootings is drawing flak -- and plenty of Internet sales.
Massachusetts creator Joe Curran said he developed the $175 "My Child's Pack" to give a "proactive defense" to his children after the 1999 Columbine High School massacre.
"It was born out of necessity," Curran told Denver's 850 KOA-AM radio last week. "We were very worried about them going to school without any type of protection when it comes to a gunman."
Curran said he and another dad hit on the idea of installing a lightweight bulletproof panel in backpacks because many children at schools carry their packs throughout the day.
"It's not a negative," Curran said. "The idea would be that a child has a defense tool, which the backpack would be, where they can hold it between them and the gunman just like a police bulletproof vest."
The company, MJ Safety Solutions, has a You Tube video showing a young girl using a backpack to shield her head and chest.
"We're getting them (the backpacks) out as fast as we can," Curran said.
Finally some women on my blog...Gwen Stefani put on an entertaining show, super hot mama! She performed all the hits, plus...the yummy track and now that you got it. She even ran out in the crowd and stood right in front of where we were sitting...I only got some cruddy shots, like the one below. I've decided music is my favorite Harajuku Girl...Okinawa represent.
Yeeee...doggie! Got my Moneymaker in the mail the other day. I was wishing there were some secret track at the end, but it never comes when you want it. Hard Rock at the Joint or bust is what I'm going for in October. If I don't get off of work at that time, will it be bad that I quit? Who knows...tomorrow is Gwen Stefani at the Blaisdell. I'm feeling yummy head to toe.