Archive for October 17th, 2017

Ginger Lynn And Me

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

This is a picture of Ginger Lynn Allen and me in Las Vegas in the late 1980’s. Ginger was  the #1 Female Film Actress in the Adult Entertainment Industry during that time (Yes “skin flicks” – no apologies).   She and I were “tight” – for a minute.

I forget why the US Post Office did not issue this stamp.  Ginger said it was because the postage rates changed. I forget – but you can find her under “Acknowledgments” in my book, How to Make a Great Presentation in 2-Hours.

When this stamp photo was taken, Ginger was engaged to Charlie Sheen, a Hollywood actor and someone of whom I had never heard.  It seemed he was a basic nut case. I told her it had to be him or me.  Ginger snapped. She chose him – he chose someone else about a month later.

If you ask Ginger about me today, she’ll say, “I don’t remember him.”  Women are like that.

Bowls Of Strange Soup

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Brother and Sister recreate photo 20-years later.

“Lumbar Lecture” – Yale Medical School – 1880s

Busy “Moment of Death” 1950s

One of the first “Sex Dolls” 1890s

FINALLY she said “Yes” to the Old Boner.


Standing Pat

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

In the 1950’s and early ‘60’s, there was no cleaner, Christian crooner than Pat Boone. He had a string of hit love songs so beautiful and innocent, all the white high school boys in America could sing them, swoon over their budding-breast sweeties, and remain virgins.  It was rumored you could get cavities listening to his songs because they were so sweet.

But then came the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones, and the Animals.  Suddenly Pat Boone became as out of place as Mother Theresa in a drunken conga line at a wedding reception.  He was popular at old time Bible camp revivals and state fairs – but pretty much faded into the white, good night.

Then, over 30 years later, Pat Boone flipped out and got into HEAVY METAL.  He started wearing all black leather outfits on television and, at one point, even a heavy dog collar!  In 1997, he released an album In a Metal Mood: No More Mr. Nice Guy which shocked just about everyone.  He took hard rock and heavy metal songs and converted them into a jazz/big band style. The album hit the Billboard record charts making it Boone’s first hit album in 35 years!  Still today, no one has any idea why he did it.

Except me – I’m laughing my ass off! Way to bust ‘em, Pat!

Pat Boone and Heavy Metal: