Figured I'd write in to let you know that I have a Mr. T sighting airing locally here in Philadelphia for Delaware Title Loan. After reading about it for the past few weeks on the site, I couldn't believe it when I finally saw one at around 12:30 am one night.
This guy just won't disappear...
I just read your report and we in Wisconsin have the same commercials they have in Idaho. Some guy is looking for money in the couch and finds a Cheeto.
Also I would like to point out that I stayed up late to watch the Celebrity Family Feud on Friday night. The bad guys won again and at the end Shawn Michaels got 181 points all by himself. Repo Man got 50 points on the first question and won some more money for the Boy Scouts.
I noticed your "fruit booty shortcake" dessert confusion. If you go to an IHOP (International House Of Pancakes), one of their new pancake options is "Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity" pancakes. Somehow, I don't think Stevie Ray is getting any royalties from that one.
I was watching Al and Tipper vote LIVE on cable news (Fox, I think). I have been getting VERY little sleep because of work...weird thoughts pop into my head.
Al and Tipper were voting in a school and then addressed the children. A kid asked who Tipper voted for. Al had the mic and looked back at her...I was SURE that she was going to do a heel turn and whack him with a chair.....Oh, well....I can dream, can't I?
I didn't get to watch Thunder, but according to Pro Wrestling Torch, Sid closed out his interview by saying:"Mama says it be that way sometime."This had to be a reference to or ripoff of Iceman King Parsons, the old World Class Wrestling star of the 1980's. Iceman closed every interview out with this catch phrase. Jus thought that was cool.
Sid may have spend some time in that area. I remember Kerry Von Erich being quoted at one time as saying that Sid Vicious was "the most awesome man I ever faced". That statement alone was a huge initial push for Sid, given Kerry's popularity at the time.
Here I thought I was the only one who remembers Sean Mooney! In fact, I was flipping the channels back in '95 or so and I caught him on a local news station going over the top stories. I remember going "Hey! He's that ex-WWF guy!" The funny thing was I half expected him to break into his story about a three-alarm fire to start hyping a Dragon / Skinner match on Superstars.
This all pretty weird to me...I thought Sean Mooney was the bank president on The Lucy Show.
Imagine my surprise when I realized that Ricky Steamboat was on!
Who knew that Jodie Foster was his first wife, and that she wore wigs like that? And, if that wasn't enough, later in the evening it was....Mrs. Meng!!!
The disappearance of the match seemed to be ignored by all of the scandal sheets, so I never even heard any theories as to what happened. If anybody remembers this and remembers a theory of why it happened, let me know.
You know, come to think of it, my ISP must not be counting visitors correctly...from now on, when I talk about how many people visited DDT Digest, I'm going to count people I'm sure meant to click on the link to my website, but accidentally clicked on another website, instead.