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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hipsterjoe, Sep 13, 2019 at 12:13 PM.
but it was a one way ticket because he’s dead
He was so hammered he fell off the stage at my firm's convention we put on. That was 10 years ago. Surprised he made it to 70. His daughter has been the one singing all the songs for the most part at his shows.
his daughter and all the moms in the crowd
goodnight sweet prince
He performed at Cincinnati’s Oktoberfest about 15 years ago and my only memory of it was how wasted he was on stage
he had two tickets HTH
yes and one was his and he cashed it hth
Up there rockin with Coconut Pete
The Money Man loved the troops. Saw him a few years ago and he said “gotta support the troops man” multiple times.
but who has the other ticket
First read this as “Eddie Murphy” and was very very confused and very triggered at the jokes.
Saw him in a small club in Jersey a little over 20 years ago. It was after a recent health scare and he looked awful but he was also all over the place on the news because he had just married a stripper much, much younger and she supposedly got him to swear off drugs and booze.
He looked loaded and there was a few times I seriously thought he was going to topple off the stage. He sounded incredible though. I mean really impressively good.
Who has an older Money Man memory? You're up.
I read that quote in John Gruden's voice. Gotta support the troops, man.
that man’s name? Albert Einstein
Mixed up 2 songs in my head and just imagined the chorus to the tune of Cheeseburger in Paradise, it still works.
he also cashed it in
Guess he finally drove his life away
There's one available now
Gave the other ticket to Daniel Johnston, unfortunately
Saw him a few nights before the 1997 Rose Bowl at the Hard Rock Cafe in Newport Beach. Backstage he has a Pamela Anderson look alike gf or wife and like five little kids.
He used to always come to a summer festival in my hometown too. One year he showed up in jail clothes because he got a DUI the night before in my hometown