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Old 04-14-2008, 02:50 AM   #91
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Ok if we're talking brushes w/ fame......
I met Mark Slaughter once (band named Slaughter, sang Fly to the Angels). Also Bret Michaels of Poison, Jon Bon Jovi (still gonna marry him).
Ok sorry I was in my teens in the 80's I fell for long haired rockers, explaining my obsession with my husband at the time.... (he's since then shaved off all his thinning pretty feathered rocker hair)
I also met Mike Modano (hockey) when the Dallas Stars were the MN North Stars.
Closest I got to that was hanging out backstage with Litterer having drinks, I don't remember much as we were pretty drunk by that time. They had one hit song they sold off, which was 'Rock you like a Hurricane".
And I remember Slaughter more for "Up all Night", which we played all day long on the Super Himalaya at the amusement park I worked at in the summers during high school (Arnolds Park Amusement Park).
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Old 04-14-2008, 09:32 AM   #92
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My brush with fame... "The Great Wizard of Oz" Ozzy Newsome and Al "Bubba" Baker.
Both former Cleveland Browns players. That's it for me.

On the other hand Don's family used to be aquainted (s/p?)
with Bernie Kosar. He used to visit Don's brother who was
dying from M.D.
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Old 04-14-2008, 10:11 AM   #93
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Ok if we're talking brushes w/ fame......
I met Mark Slaughter once (band named Slaughter, sang Fly to the Angels). Also Bret Michaels of Poison, Jon Bon Jovi (still gonna marry him).
Ok sorry I was in my teens in the 80's I fell for long haired rockers, explaining my obsession with my husband at the time.... (he's since then shaved off all his thinning pretty feathered rocker hair)
I also met Mike Modano (hockey) when the Dallas Stars were the MN North Stars.
*gasp* OMG, you MET JBJ??? *bows to queen*
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Old 04-14-2008, 10:59 AM   #94
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well, my dear, I want your great sounding recipe......you've got me drooling and I've made Hollandaise sauce before from scratch and it was very good but yours sounds ten times better!!!!!!!!! I don't care if it's authentic or not.......if you're ready to climb into a tub with a straw then I've got my straw ready and waiting to join you!!! Thanks!!
I don't have an exact recipe as I made it up many years ago but I can tell you anyway and you will need to experiment till you get it like you like it. All you do is make your regular recipe but instead of water add brandy to the egg yolks then add a pinch or two of garlic powder and a dash or two of tabasco and make sauce as usual you can always add more tabasco and garlic powder if you want as you go and dont forget the white pepper and salt. Its pretty simple just adding a couple of extra ingredients.
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Old 04-14-2008, 11:11 AM   #95
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Thanks, jc, that sounds great and I've already bookmarked this!
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