WHEN I TURNED ON MSNBC ON THE COMPUTER I THOUGHT THEY WERE STREAMING THE BURBANK SENIOR CENTER TALENT SHOW FOR SOME REASON, BUT THEN I REALIZED THAT IT WAS THE ROLLING STONES. ALTHOUGH ALL THESE ACTS WERE WONDERFUL IN CONTRIBUTING THEIR MUSICAL TALENTS TO THE FUNDRAISING CAUSE, THESE FOLKS ARE ALL GETTING REALLY OLD.
The WHO should change their name to GUESS WHO.
Who's that unknown old man they are letting talk? Oh!...that's Billy Crystal.
Mick Jagger looked like Phyllis Diller in drag.
At one point Mick Jagger was running around the stage and started unbuttoning his shirt—I thought he was having a heart attack.
Bon Jovi should change his name to Bon Voyage.
Billy Joel is getting so huge, his profile looks like Buddha playing the piano.
Pink Floyd looked like Pink Flawed.
And Paul McCartney--
He's Still Wonderful.
I was walking today in Burbank, CA.
What I would see would be a beautiful surprise.
I saw 50 birds flying up in the sky, something not uncommon,
but this group was the noisiest, shrillest, loudest that I can ever
They started circling up above near me.
At first it was like Alfred Hitchcock's movie "The Birds,"
I didn't know what they were going to do next.
And they got noisier with a really scary sound.
They suddenly all descended on the tree in front of me
and I thought I was seeing things.
The only time I've ever seen a parrot is in a cage at the pet store,
or at a business, or in TV or movies or at the zoo.
I realized they were a group of wild parrots!
They quieted down. And then 2 minutes later started their shrill
squawks all together again and flew off into the distance.
People came out of houses to find out what the unusual noise was.
It was a first for me, seeing so many parrots up close together.
They look so mischevious.
You almost expected them to start saying funny things.
I immediately researched and found out that they do travel
all over Los Angeles county and migrate from tree to tree.
It was a stunning display of nature.