i want say that when i die i want to go out like my Dads friends did this passed weekend. a 60 year old man went out fucking his 36 year old girlfriend without the need for viagra. BAM BAM you the man!
p.s. this old sumbitch played drums in a southern rock tribute band!
Ronnie you were awesome, of course now that you're dead, i'm gonna have sex with your daughter cause a dead man can't shoot me.
"i don't wanna serve no warm banana cream pie"
The whole world is against us dude, i swear to God. - Jay
good for you Lady FrillyBottom - SaucyBastard
Originally Posted by pisceschef
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"It is with great sadness that the staff and crew of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' mourn the loss of 'Uncle Frank' Potenza," ABC said in a statement.
"Thank you for your kind words about a very kind man -- my Uncle Frank -- who passed away this morning," the late-night host tweeted.
Potenza, 77, was a security guard for the show, and made appearances numerous appearances during his nine years on the program, including in segments called "Guillermo's Hollywood Round-Up" and "Uncle Frank and Aunt Chippy's Adventures." Prior to working on his nephew's late-night program, Potenza was a New York City police officer, and security guard at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.
"He was beloved by his co-workers and considered an uncle to all," the network said. "His kindness and humor will be missed by everyone he touched."
Nick Ashford, one-half of the legendary Motown songwriting duo Ashford & Simpson that penned elegant, soulful classics for Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye has died at the age of 69 from throat cancer.
Ashford and his wife Valerie Simpson wrote Motown classics Ain't No Mountain High Enough and Reach Out And Touch Somebody's Hand (recorded by Ross and You're All I Need To Get By (made famous by Gaye and Tammi Terrell) and they also wrote pop hits such as I'm Every Woman", which was a hit for Chaka Khan and, later, Whitney Houston.
They also had success writing for themselves: Perhaps the biggest known hit sung by them was the 1980s hit Solid As A Rock.
Ashford and Simpson's relationship stretched more than four decades. They met in 1964 in a New York City church; Ashford, a South Carolina native, had come to the city to pursue a dance career. Simpson was a music student, and after connecting with her, they decided to start to write songs together.
The older I get, the more of an asshole I become