Turn The Page

Apparently absense doesn’t make the heart grow fonder…Brian and Jameson haven’t seen each other for two weeks, but don’t worry, they picked up right where they left off. ¬†It begins with some residual anger from last week’s Lindsay episode which manifests itself as a disagrement over hair products, and continues through discussions of their respective home towns, a harsh realization that every Supercuts employee does not want to fuck Brian and a proposed Alaska road trip that will lead to podcasting magic or the end of a friendship…Which would be podcasting magic. ¬†Ladies and gentleman, introducing Mr. Bob Seger!

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Turn The Page


11 thoughts on “Turn The Page

  1. I think for the early part of your outing you need to figure out where all the old people congregate that early. When I lived in Connecticut it used to be at McDonalds as they could order off the $1 menu and keep getting refills on their coffee. I’m sure there are some coffee places in Vegas that they get the paper and head over there for a few hours. You could probably get Fobes to take a poll and ask people at his work where they go.

    • Good call EGP. At the moment I’m leaning toward brunch. I love the idea of the bait and switch. I know Jameson loves the concept of brunch, but I don’t think she’s ever had it the way our delightful seniors have it…or at the hour of the morning.

    • If I could have infultrated one of these retirement communitites I definitely would have, but those guys don’t fuck around. They didn’t even believe me when I said I had that Benjamin Button disease.

  2. I’m tellin’ ya… you gotta go with the Rascal Scooters… Seeing how Jameson does not have a liscense, it’s a perfect fit.

    I am also quite positive that during Bingo, you will be able to strike up a lot of conversation with the ‘blue hairs’ and ‘wooly heads’ on your make/model, top speed, basket capacity, etc. Don’t forget, you will be able to have jousting matches if Jameson’s yelling gets out of control, which it more than likely will…

    • That’s a good idea, but I think Jameson won’t be “walking” much… She’d be “shopping”

      Maybe a walk after bruch to a park to feed ducks… I see old people doing that all the time.

  3. Be careful Brian, there are many old people activities that I love- like sleeping, drinking early in the day, complaining, telling old “war” stories, hitting on waiters/bartenders, i’ve always enjoyed a good word search, but I could always make you take me to Joann’s to pick out fabric for a new quilt, as I’m sure hours in a craft/fabric store would cause you to surrender.

    • I have to say I was very proud of you. When I showed up to your place in that outfit I completely assumed that would be the end of the outing. The actual events paled in comparison to having to actually stand next to me while doing them.

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