We were told by the "doorman" that we were too inebriated to get into the gutter of the gutter! I gots to say that we were not in bad shape and you should've seen what was walking past us to get in this joint! Getting turned away at the front door of the President Casino on the banks of the Mississippi was a genius way to end a stunner of a night.
I fell out of a cab this Saturday night worse than I stumbled out of that one in St. Louis, and you should've seen who let me in her door! This weekend started with the Cardinals winning the freaking Series on Friday night. It was so exciting that I can't possibly summarize it on this keyboard. I had been at the series-winning game in '82 with my Mom and so it was awesome to see it happen again.
Saturday I spent some quality West Village time with Daniel V., who is a dreamboat with a shag crown. He was on his way to get it cut, and I am hoping that it was more of a trim. Saturday night I turned a group high off the fact that we were falling back an hour into dance-fanatics for the ridiculous song that had us all hopped up 24 years ago, "Ghostbusters." Listen to the lyrics to that song ASAP and wonder how insane you were 24 years ago for feeling that shit. There is a moment near the end when Ray Parker sings, "Bustin' makes me feel good!" and I re-sung this moment for the rest of the night and the rest of the weekend.
I hope someone asks me to sing this hook at some point this week because all I want to do is sing it to anyone who will listen because it is so stupid. Sunday afternoon I got a call on my cell phone from someone who immediately put their phone up to their speaker, which was jamming the Teena Marie classic "Square Biz".... I knew immediately that it was my friend Michael giving me a Sunday Scoop of another piece of 80s classic from Miss T-Marie.
I watched four episodes of Amazing Race yesterday and have to say this season is as genius as it ever could be. I had been so down with the six-pack alliance, particularly the coal miners, up until last night but I may have reached my threshold for their stupidity, which for me is saying a lot.