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Sports Illustrated article about Neenah by Jill Lieber  (click on link)

New HBO Special:  Lombardi...check it out...


Funny Allstate commercial...the nagging girlfriend...



Prince Fielder striking out his dad in a 1992 McDonalds commercial



Bud Lite Clothing Drive


Ice boating on Lake Winnebago off the Neenah shore where the world speed record of 143 mph was set in 1938 (record still stands)


Neenah kicking Menasha's butt in annual Twin City rivalry high school football game


Wisconsin Badger tuba section has fun at the expense of Randy Moss when he was out with an injury

Viking fan wedding dance...

The Cowsills at Pickwicks Pub on a Friday night destroy a Johnny Cash tune:




I like this commercial...



"I Love Sports" from the 2008 Espy Awards:



Afternoon Delight bit from Anchorman (only version left...the jerk studios make youtube take the others down)



Starland Vocal Band's original version...(sorry Shelly)



The Knack...live at Warner Center in 2005...just walking distance from The Pub...It was 100 degrees that night but hey...they'll be back there @ 6 pm on August 17...Watch Berton Averre on lead (on the far right...kicks butt 2 minutes in)...one of the truly great lead guitarists...played lead for The Cowsills in the 90's along side Bob Cowsill who plays at The Pub every Friday night...by the way...Sherona Alperin now sells real estate in Beverly Hills (see link below)...(frankly I use to think that this song was about a body part...but hey...what do I know?...)


http://www.mysharona.com/experience.htm

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Packer babe sings "The Day That Football Died" (Favre traded to Jets)



Wakesha's own Frank Caliendo on Letterman (before he made it big)






Here's how to get to The Pub...take "Ventura Highway" (by America)...exit...go one block to Ventura Boulevard...

 

This song was popular in the 70s...many mistakenly thought it was by The Commadores or Sly & The Family Stone...it was later covered by Vanilla Ice...this is the original band Wild Cherry in 1976 singing their original "Play That Funky Music (White Boy)"...(they sued and won a lot of money from Vanilla Ice by the way)...



OK...Here's a bar bet...you've seen the Jeep ad...."Rock  Me Gently"...where the wolf eats a bird then spits it out...they're all singing...it's a Neil Diamond song, right?   That's what I thought...turns out it was another singer...guess who it was?.....here's the ad...



Neil Diamond, right?  Nope.  Answer's below.  But first...Neil Diamond doing "Cracklin' Rosie":



OK...So "Rock Me Gently" is up the same alley, right?  The real singer is Andy Kim (real name Andrew Youakim). I'm not kidding.  I had to look it up.  And why did he change his last name to "Kim"?  Why not change just his first name...to Dwight?  Dwight Youakim...hmmm...So....How many adult children are alive today that were conceived during that song?...And both biological parents thinking that it was Neil Diamond the whole time?  No wonder our country is screwed up.  Andy Kim.  The guy who wrote "Sugar, Sugar" for "The Archies".  Here he is in 1974...(with 2 minutes left I thought it was turning into Lou Reed's "Take a Walk on the Wild Side")...one of the back-up singers is pretty hot...I wonder if she was the voice of Veronica when they recorded for The Archies:



Maybe Andy Kim wrote it for Neil Diamond and Neil didn't want to record it...He probably said..."Sure......I'll sing this.......as soon as you lose those 2 ear-rings, pal..."  Of course Kim's still wearing them...Here's a more recent video...sounds a bit better......



This is so upsetting.  Now I find out that Neil Diamond wrote "Sweet Caroline" about Caroline Kennedy....How old was she?  10?  That's sick.  I gotta go wash my hands again...

Here's Sweet Caroline...circa late 70's I think...




Apparently Sweet Caroline is quite the thing at Red Sox games...looks like fun...in the bleechers with your babe...7th inning sing along...you're happy...she's drunk...you're happy she's drunk...




OK...back to football...

      Appalachian State has a cakewalk over cupcake Michigan
            Check out the video at the bottom of the page of the Appalachian State fans on campus...

Fans on campus in Boone, North Carolina (population 15,000) rip the goal posts down, carry them through the streets to meet the team coming home...

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