A Little Video-ReRun Today
We are yakkin with former Steeler turned awesome artist, Baron Batch and Studio AM Curator, Sean Beauford.
Baron is now busy enjoying life painting stuff and being a positive influence on many people.
Do we paint? Of course we do.. well… I do..and….well…you’ll see.
Go see or purchase Baron’s work by clicking the pic below.
Photo Credit: NextPittsburgh.com
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SPECIAL THANKS TO:
For the production!
(They are both AWWWWWWWESOME!)
The traffic around Pittsburgh can get frustrating. The traffic around Pittsburgh with nearly ever major roadway AND their detours under construction can be I-can’t-find-a-power-outlet-for-my-smart-phone-and-puppies-might-die level of frustrating. When other drivers don’t know the difference between red, yellow and green lights, all of that traffic frustration can take your blood pressure to I-ate-3,561-high-sodium-pretzels-and-drank-421-cases-of-beers-last-night level.
This intersection on Route 51 near 88, otherwise known as the intersection of Hades and The Hell of the Steelers Having a Losing Season 15 Consecutive Years, took the Vin-man, to another level. Luckily, he was on company time so… life ain’t so bad when you’re watching something like this when you’re earning time-and-a-half .
Here’s my thought on each of them, ( i.e, made up excuse so that I don’t have to admit that they are complete ignoramuses) their GPS units said, “Continue on Route 51..” So they did.. the GPS didn’t say nuthin’ about stopping at no red lights!
Hey you 3 traffic stooges, if by chance you are going to continue to listen to that GPS thing and NOT look out your windshield at the traffic lights every once in a while, we’re pretty sure that you’re gonna look kinda silly the first time the GPS voice says, “Ditch, you’re in a big damned ditch, Ya Jagoff!”
Thanks as always to our man, the Vin-Man for the pic!
This is a re-post from a previous year because the same stuff happens every year!
- 18-year-olds who are still trick-or-treating at all
- 15-16 year-olds that only put on one of those tuxedo t-shirts or your high school football team uniform as a costume.. (some go ALL out and put on the black-eye stuff),
- moms who carry a 10-month old baby around in a costume (who looks really cute) but collect a queen-sized pillowcase full of candy “for the little guy,”
- parents who let your daughters and sons dress up like hookers and pimps and,
- people who pile in cars and drive around to 4 different neighborhoods to get more candy than WalMart
stay home and leave the trick-or-treating to the little kids, Ya Jagoffs!!!
How old is too old to trick or treat in a neighborhood? Comment below.