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This lady is not so happy that Pens winger Chris Kunitz might be home a little early from the playoffs.
You can read the story on WPXI.com but here are the ALLEGED details:
She was the Kunitz’ nanny
She took some expensive earrings from Mrs. Kunitz and supposedly hocked them
She then turned in an insurance claim for them to say they were lost in a fire at her house
The fire at our house was supposedly set by her annnnnnnnnnnnnnnd….
She also ran a breast cancer fundraiser website for herself but… guess what… yeppir.. she didn’t even have breast cancer
Poor Kuny… one of the nicest guys on the roster.. having problems scoring and here’s this woman scoring with his personal stuff let alone, nanny-ing his kids.
Thank GAWD she wasn’t teaching the Kunitz kids how to play the game Operation. I’m pretty sure she would have been having them do a real-life version where they remove their own organs and then she sells them.
At this point, Monopoly might be a good game to get used to… “GO DIRECTLY TO JAIL.. DO NOT PASS CONSOL ENERGY CENTER!” Ya know, a good defense might be.. “I was gonna sell it to help Mario and Rutherford with the salary cap!”
Andrea…c’mon, at least smile for your mug shot.. I mean.. there’s good news here.. you don’t have breast cancer!!! By the way, with this kind of record, feel free to apply as a nanny of any on of the Flyers players
Do you know why the Pen’s loss to the Rangers last night really, really sucked?
Because I was out of town… behind enemy lines… deep into North Western Ohio. My hotel barely had reliable internet so I wasn’t shocked to discover that they did not have the NBC Sports Channel. So I found a bar called Frickers. Not a bad place. Food is decent. Beer is cold and the TV screens, at least the main 3, are huge.
So there I was… at the bar.. sitting in front of the one 3 big TVs that the Pens game on. The other two had the Chicago Bulls game and the Detroit Tigers game (Northwest Ohio is more Detroit fans than Cleveland fans).
I nestled in with a beer and ordered the cheapest thing on the menu…. chips and salsa. I made that last until the end of the first period.
Just then, some Cleveland-ite approaches the bartender and requests, on behalf of her table, to have the hockey game taken off so that her group can watch the Indians game. I looked straight at that bartender as if I as Max Lapierre staring down Marc Staal. Game on.
Well, unlike the Pens, I pulled out all of the stops. I ordered more food than I needed over the next 2 periods to show my support for keeping the Pens game on. Cheese sticks, more beer, boneless chicken wings… you name it… I ordered it. The problem, is I showed up..put my mouth where my money was and the Pens… well…. they DIDN’T show up.. until the third period.
Hey Pens…I sure hope you show up with heart and passion for game 4 because, not only did that bar seat cost me a fortune in $$ to sit there for 3 periods (2 of which you didn’t show up)… but I’m fairly certain I’m gonna need a heart catheterization from all the unnecessary fried food I ate on your behalf, Ya Jagoffs!