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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Dadocaster, Jan 1, 2018.
Do you play drums on your pets?
All the time.
I use the fatter cat as the bass drum.
Bass drum just nipped me.
Up to the point of a stage dive then the dog runs like hell...
Bongo on the dog butt
I get 'em all lind up. Iris, Agnes, Chumley, Mandy & Scooter.
In A Gadda Da Vida Baby!
I sampled the beagle's bark and sequenced it as a bass line once. When he heard it played back, he went absolutely ape poop, almost wrecked the place.
I find it odd that the drum cats are so tolerant of the drumming. I guess it's like a vigorous massage or something. Even the one that nipped me only did that so that he could briefly groom my hand.
No. I don't juggle them either.
I don't remember that scene, which, given my interests, seems odd.
The Jerk is one of my favorite movies. When I met Carl Reiner, I told him how much I loved it. He smiled and said "You're not....well...are you? Then he said thanks.
Wow. So on occasion an interaction with someone famous is precisely what you would have expected. That's classic.
He's really a sweetheart.
When I was at MGM, we had a new, young production exec. Smart guy, or so I thought. One day we had a meeting with Carl Reiner. This exec was courteous and pleasant, but...then he asked Carl this: "So...What have you done lately?" I said "Are you f*@&in kidding me? It's f*@&in Carl Reiner! You know, Meathead's dad."
"Who is Meathead".
Carl looked at me and said
"Thanks for trying my boy" and got up and left.
In my book, "Band on the Run", the band's pet terrier gets inside the bass drum and acts as a baffle.
No but my Golden Retriever made a good footstool.
That's cuz he didn't get paid. Ripped off by the "man.".
He did not recall saying that, he was issuing a denial, he was trying to alert his barrister.
Obviously you guys met another Meathead.