Monday, December 26, 2005

Was Santa good to you?

Lititz VFW Dec. 21st

Special thanks to Tzed (the Z is silent) for taking all of tonight's pix!
Nick and Tom took third place, but gladly traded places with the Posse so that they could pick next week's themes: the Three Stooges and the Simpsons.
Chicks and Dicks celebrated the season by capturing first place.
Tina, Tom, Sheila and Mark say Cheez for the camera before they dig into the night's raffle grand prize.
We're Here for the Beer had a rare off night.
What's that on his head?
Room 2 attempted a three-fer, but had to settle for second.
Janie celebrates the Posse's adoption of Kirk by sporting a new chapeau.
A nice pic of Kathy and Janie.
The two-person D&M team came in fifth and won some sponge creatures.
Bill's team this week went under the name Tirty-Tree and a Turd.
Struggling over the dreaded picture round.
Carmen consults with Cindy and Sheila.
Merry Christmas to all...
and to all a good night!

Bubes Brewery, Dec. 20th

Sometimes I'm at a loss for an appropriate caption.
Ben and Autumn were joined by their secret weapons Jason and the amazing see-through human body and tied for fourth. Next week's themes: Monty Python and Sherlock Holmes.
Nutsacks roasting on an open fire. (ouch!)
Karen thanks Jason for the night's grand prize: a Vermont Teddy Bear (courtesy of one of Jason's exes).
Two of the lesser-known reindeer: Monkey and John-John.
John helped his teammates capture second place before he heads back to Florida.
Don't mess with Dead Bear Baby.

Monday, December 19, 2005

Meowy Christmas!

Take a break from shopping (assuming you've started, although I know I haven't) and join us this week for our extra-special holiday shows.

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Lititz VFW

I don't have my notes with me, so this is from memory: Chix and Dix led the way until a disastrous fourth round. We're Here for the Beer split into two camps, the Dave and Frank group took second and the Steve and Bob camp took fourth (choosing board games and Everybody Loves Raymond as next week's themes). It looked like it Gene was going to be the one-man Posse until Kirk joined him -- and they came in third! And it was Room 2, with former Richmond native Gerry that took the gold.

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Bube's Brewery

It was an evening of new friends and returning old ones as we welcomed back Stephen Hawking's Institute of Pop-Locking and Crip Walking and Dead Bear Baby in A Jar and Mike's Grandma's Coat (Jen was sporting the fur coat that they had won at trivia a while back). We also introduced a new mascot, tentatively named Delores Vandersnatch (pic to come). The Nutsacks were so huge that they broke into the left and the right and they won first and second place. Josiah's wife saved the day, giving their side of the sack victory. Tesla came in third and Team Discovery Channel's three week winning streak came to an end as they claimed fourth (Besting a new team, the Peronies by a mere one point). Their picks for next week's themes: Bob Dylan and muscular-skeletal anatomy. And the high (or to some, low) point of the evening was my rousing rendition of C310inch's immortal classic "If I Only Had a Dick."

Monday, December 12, 2005

Ow! My Head!

If holiday stress is getting you down, please feel free to use the above. Better yet, come out to a trivia show. This week's themes: Saved by the Bell and the Book of Genesis (Bubes) and cars and Christmas Carols (VFW).

Monday, December 05, 2005

If I Only Had A...

If the idea of hearing me as a certain golden android singing "If I Only Had a Dick" appeals to you, then come on out tonight (Monday, Dec. 5th) to Harrisburg's Appalachian Brewing Company at 7 P.M. My friend Randy Gross wrote two adult comedies which a group of radio personalities will be performing. It's an old-fashioned staged radio play/reading held upstairs in ABC's Abbey bar. It's a fundraiser for local food banks, which have been depleted by all the disasters this year. Please bring a canned good, too.

Thursday, December 01, 2005

Bubes Themes for Next Week...

...are the Austin Powers movies and Christmas Carols, as chosen by the Tesla Death Rays.

Lititz VFW November 30th

Another rollercoaster night, with Chicks and Dicks squeaking by Stevie Nick's biggest fans, We're Here for the Beer. The Posse also squeaked by the terrific twosome of Nix Lix, who chose microbrews and imported beer and the TV show "Cheers" as their themes for next week.

I'll Take Manhattan, Richmond and Staten Island, Too

Gerry was right! The borough of Staten Island was known as the borough of Richmond, up until 1975. (And Iraq was once known as Babylon).