Aloha Toots! So glad you stopped by. We did have a great 4th...played on the beach and then went home to meet up w/ some friends, barbequed, did fireworks and enjoyed a nice family celebration. I hope you had a good one, too. I will be looking forward to the new vid. The song jams, so I know the vid is going to compliment it well. :) Benzi is always happy to see your hello's to her and she sends you a great big ALOHA! :) BTW, I am posting a few new pics of her on my channel that I took over the weekend. She wants you to see them so go take a peek when you have time. :) God bless, keep rockin'!
Toots, you're amazing. Better than Kid Rock as far as I'm concerned. You ought to opening the Rep. Net Convention. Great studio work, sound, arrangement. Contemporary but even an old fart like me can dig it.
We ought to be able to hear this stuff on Leno, Kimmel, heck, even Huchabee. I hope you're making some money at this because it would be a shame for this much talent to be starving in obscurity.
If we conservatives could just get our act together (and some money) and get things like Right Network off the ground.
Check out the pic of the "Hippie Fruit Stand" that I posted. I know it looks like it came from some silly movie set but it's really for real. lol. Life on Maui. lol. It's also like 10 minutes from my house and I think the hippies over there have been robbing my fruit trees. LOL!
Oh Toots.... I LOVE Hearman Cain!!!! Out of everyone who is running, he is my man.... Is strong, honest, smart and knows what we need to do, to get our economy moving again. IMO, honesty is the most important quality, these days, because it is in shortest supply. I liked the slogan from Beck's staff.... "YES WE CAIN!" GOOD JOB, Toots!!!
Thanks Toots! Glad to be surrounded by so much Conservative talent. I hope your interview on the In Word went well last night. I got there too late and couldn't sign into the group. I'll try to do better next time.
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