Cats do know how to party, as seen in these instructional motion pictures from Japan.
I pride myself as The Prince of the Procrastinators -- or I will just as soon as I get around to it.
Item: "Baseball-logo caskets hit the market." Going to Heaven? Get buried at home plate. Hell? Plopped out foul. Purgatory? On-deck circle.
News item: "Shopper stops carjacker with frozen turkey." Stuffed the kicking out of him.
I was going to get one of those Batman suits & call it a Mikeman suit 'til a tailor referred to my inseam measurement as "The Stark Blight."
Prepping for the new 007 movie, I've rewatched "Casino Royale," punched out thugs, doomed megalomaniac kingpins & bedded princesses. Showtime!
News item: "The average person passes gas about 14 times per day." I've always known I was meant for greatness.
PASADENA - At a time of general belt-tightening, Australia-based Gold Class Cinemas is betting that movie audiences in Old Pasadena will shell out $22 to $32 apiece to enjoy what they call "the ultimate luxury cinema experience...."
Patrons can meet in the lounge or bar, [businessman Rob] Goldberg said, then eat dinner cooked by an executive chef - Kobe beef and lobster, perhaps - while watching movies from a reclining armchair in a 40-seat theater....
And no, he said, it's not like sitting in your recliner at home, eating dinner on a tray in front of the big-screen television.
"Number one, people probably don't have butlers, and a 30-foot screen ... and they probably don't have Dolby 5.1 digital sound," Goldberg said. "If you get cold, you can press a call button and they'll bring you a blanket. Seriously!"
"...It's like a movie and a spa at the same time," he said. "You can truly relax and be good to yourself."