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Happy B! ūüéā¬†Aquarius is the best sign in the zodiac! Gee, I wonder why that is? Answer: am also ‚ôí. Ha, I don't take any of that stuff seriously, it's really just¬†one-size-fits-all vagaries and a bunch of hooey; but it can be harmless fun. They¬†sure got the¬†non-conformist kooky artistic temperament part of that sign right! *Not that I'm a kooky non-conformist artist or anything.¬†ūüė¨¬†

 

*Am also a Wood Dragon in The Chinese Zodiac. I've been trying to sell a movie script to Hollyweird for years. It's called 'jeto: Year of the Dragon', starring me having a fit and tearing up artwork and kicking a bunch of shi t in, but Bruce Lee stole my thunder and I suck at Jeet Kune Do. Maybe I should stick a romantic element in there, like me listening to the Super Bowl III album on a rainy night and wringing a Namath jersey while anxiously awaiting my lover's return from a whaling expedition, but I keep getting stuck on the believability of the historical timeline. Back to the drawing board! No, I mean it. I'm in my Studio. What was this about again?

 

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2 hours ago, T0mShane said:

Happy birthday to @Paradis. If anyone has that picture of my guy wearing the pink crocs, please post it here.

One of my favorite posters... ...to hang on my wall is of @Paradis in the pink crocs and g string.  Just the best. 

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BUDDY!  ENJOY

 

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8 minutes ago, PS17 said:

Unfortunately. Happy birthday Paradis!!!

Wow. Does anybody really believe, two no nonsense men, like Saleh, and Douglas, who are preaching the team concept, would ever draft this guy.

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3 hours ago, jetophile said:

Am also a Wood Dragon in The Chinese Zodiac. I've been trying to sell a movie script to Hollyweird for years. It's called 'jeto: Year of the Dragon', starring me having a fit and tearing up artwork and kicking a bunch of shi t in, but Bruce Lee stole my thunder and I suck at Jeet Kune Do. Maybe I should stick a romantic element in there, like me listening to the Super Bowl III album on a rainy night and wringing a Namath jersey while anxiously awaiting my lover's return from a whaling expedition, but I keep getting stuck on the believability of the historical timeline. Back to the drawing board! No, I mean it. I'm in my Studio. What was this about again?

 

Lol, Jets always make for good character angles. Really fleshes out the tragedy.

One of my best scrips that got the most play was a dramedy about a divorced father struggling with anger management who has season tickets. Practically wrote itself. 

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1 minute ago, Lith said:

Happy Birthday!!

Someday, you need to get the chance to watch the Jets on your birthday.

 

 

 

The SD Charger playoff game I went to and met a bunch of peeps at, fell on my bday that year. 

best birthday ever. 

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35 minutes ago, Paradis said:

Lol, Jets always make for good character angles. Really fleshes out the tragedy.

One of my best scrips that got the most play was a dramedy about a divorced father struggling with anger management who has season tickets. Practically wrote itself. 

Here's my Paul Maguire Story for your Birthday because you seemed sympatico with the quirky. Everybody knows that Maguire was notorious for hating on the Jets and he would go out of his way to do it. OK, we'll just see about that. Our tailgate crew used to chuck peanuts just right to hit Paul McGuire in the broadcast booth whenever he was sitting next to Namath.

"Joe! Joe!" Namath would wave at us, and then the surreptitious assault would begin. Maguire would get so pissed he would point and curse the living shi t out of us during commercial breaks. I'm surprised that he never threatened to beat us up in the parking lot after the game. It's funny how we call them stories because if it's a story it generally implies that it's NOT true. I mean, isn't a "true story" somewhat of an oxymoron? Anyway, Paul Maguire, true story, bro.

EDIT & P.S.: We should've thrown down at Applebee's.

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