Valentine’s Day Monotony Breaker

Been a while since the last Monotony Breaker  —  as no radio shows to promote since mid-December.  However, I think you might agree that it was worth the wait.

This week’s edition of “Oldies w/ the Old Guy”  because it takes place on Valentine’s Day  —  features songs from the years 1957 to 1967 that include the word “Love” in the title.  Not necessarily the “biggest” hits (like the Beatles and the Supremes) but the “best” songs  —  in yours truly’s humble opinion.  Check it out at Tuesday morning at 11:00 am Eastern (8:00 am Pacific).

In the meantime, w/ all the snow that has been pelting the Eastern portions of North America  —  check out the Joy of living in Canada –

Curling in Montreal


Finally  —  a clear explanation as to why there are more Men than there are Women. . .


Some sophisticated observations offered by our sports heroes.


Don Meredith, Dallas Cowboys Quarterback once said : “Coach Tom Landry is such a perfectionist that if he was married to Raquel Welch, he would expect her to cook.”


“Last year we couldn’t win at home and we were losing on the road.  My failure as a coach was that I couldn’t think of anyplace else to play.”– Harry Neale, professional hockey coach


“Blind people come to the ballpark just to listen to him pitch.”– Reggie Jackson commenting on Tom Seaver.


“I’m working as hard as I can to get my life and my cash to run out at the same time. If I can just die after lunch Tuesday, everything will be perfect.”– Doug Sanders, professional golfer


“All the fat guys watch me and say to their wives, ‘See, there’s a fat guy doing okay. Bring me another beer.'”– Mickey Lolich, Detroit Tigers pitcher


“When it’s third and ten, you can have the milk drinkers; I’ll take the whiskey drinkers every time.”– Max McGee, Green Bay Packers receiver


“I found out that it’s not good to talk about my troubles. Eighty percent of the people who hear them don’t care and the other twenty percent are glad I’m having them.”– Tommy LaSorda , L A Dodgers manager


“My knees look like they lost a knife fight with a midget.”– E.J. Holub, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker regarding his 12 knee operations


“My theory is that if you buy an ice-cream cone and make it hit your mouth, you can learn to play tennis. If you stick it on your forehead, your chances aren’t as good.”– Vic Braden, tennis instructor


“When they operated, I told them to add in a Koufax fastball. They did, but unfortunately it was Mrs. Koufax’s.”– Tommy John , N.Y. Yankees, recalling his 1974 arm surgery


“I don’t know. I only played there for nine years.”– Walt Garrison, Dallas Cowboys fullback when asked if Tom Landry ever smiles.


“We were tipping off our plays. Whenever we broke from the huddle, three backs were laughing and one was pale as a ghost.”

– John Breen, Houston Oilers


“The film looks suspiciously like the game itself.”– Bum Phillips, New Orleans Saints, after viewing a lopsided loss to the Atlanta Falcons.


When I’m on the road, my greatest ambition is to get a standing boo.”– Al Hrabosky, major league relief pitcher


“I have discovered in 20 years of moving around the ball park that the knowledge of the game is usually in inverse proportion to the price of the seats.”– Bill Veeck, Chicago White Sox owner.


“Because if it didn’t work out, I didn’t want to blow the whole day.”– Paul Horning, Green Bay Packers running back on why his marriage ceremony was before noon.


“I have a lifetime contract. That means I can’t be fired during the third quarter if we’re ahead and moving the ball.”– Lou Holtz , Arkansas football coach


“I won’t know until my barber tells me on Monday.”– Knute Rockne, when asked why Notre Dame had lost a game


“I tell him “Attaway to hit, George.”– Jim Frey, K.C. Royals manager when asked what advice he gives George Brett on hitting.


“I learned a long time ago that ‘minor surgery’ is when they do the operation on someone else, not you.”– Bill Walton, Portland Trial Blazers


“Our biggest concern this season will be diaper rash.”– George MacIntyre, Vanderbilt football coach surveying the team roster that included 26 freshmen and 25 sophomores.


“The only difference between me and General Custer is that I have to watch the films on Sunday.”– Rick Venturi, Northwestern football coach


And finally. . .

The Candy With The Little Hole
This should make you smile.
You have to love little kids.

The children began to identify the flavors by their color:

Orange …………..Orange


Finally the teacher gave them all HONEY lifesavers.  None
of the children could identify the taste.

The teacher said, “I will give you all a clue.  It’s what your
mother may sometimes call your father.”

One little girl looked up in horror, spit her lifesaver out and
yelled, “Oh my God!  They’re ass-holes!”


The teacher had to leave the room.

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