Actually, marrying my wife - ANOTHER Upland Highlander - was a dream come true.
Doing the show is just HELLA cool!
We recently celebrated our 10th ANNIVERSARY in SANTA BARBARA!
and YES, we BROUGHT our DOGS!
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Want to know more about me? First, here's my baby girl, Blanca. She's 11
And here's my baby boy, Jax - a black lab/boxer mix who was left to die near the Santa Ana River. My wife and I adopted him from the Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley weeks after Caltrans workers found him wrapped in a blanket.
He's 5, and he's a strapping 85 pounds! A far cry from the 16-pounds when we first brought him home (below)
And here's my wife Sarah and my niece Alexis chillin' at a hockey game
BTW, the wife is on the left, and the 18-year-old niece in on the right
Also, here's pictures of my other niece, Kayla!!
And here she is sporting her Seattle Sounders soccer jersey...
And here she is with her favorite UNCLE!
Are you KIDDING me??
I got her to stop crying by giving her a jerky treat!
Ready my Q&A
OLD SCHOOL PHOTO!
1990 - my BFF Eric and I honor our then-favorite beverage, JOLT COLA, which would get us through college - me at Cal State San Bernardino, and he at UC San Diego.
Some of you may be asking, "Where's Evelyn in that photo?" I'm thinking the then 8-year-old was hanging with her parents.
Check out the 99.1 KGGI HOCKEY TEAM!
BOTTOM row - I'm at the far right
(in our ROAD jerseys)
We play at ICETOWN in Riverside! SCHEDULE
2010 Summer CHAMPIONS!!
I'm on the bottom row, holding my 99.1 helmet. And yes, that's blood on Brandon's jersey (back right)
Speaking of hockey . . . I'm the Public Address announcer for the
The IE's FIRST and ONLY pro hockey team plays at the brand new Citizen's Business Bank Arena
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DUMBASS of the DAY!
Hey drug mules: If you’ve misplaced or lost - or STOLEN - $20,000 in drug money, you probably shouldn’t ask the police to write a note to your drug cartel explaining what happened.
Let’s go to Tuscon, where a 30-year-old working for a drug cartel had just handed a suitcase full of cash to his dealers, and was at the airport waiting for another shipment when he got a text, saying the suitcase was $20,000 short.
Worried that he was about to be WHACKED, dude called police and asked if they could write a note to his drug bosses, telling them that they had seized the money.
Yes, a guy involved in drug trafficking is asking the police to write a bogus note to his employers. I'm sure this was a well-thought out idea.
Rather than lie to protect this drug courier, officers arrested him suspicion of money laundering and racketeering.
Then they SEARCHED one of his suitcases, and found $17,000 cash in one of his jeans, and found $3,000 cash in his wallet.
So dude tried to scam his dealers, THEN he tried to scam the police into writing a bogus note to his dealers.
End result? He's in jail - and there's probably STILL a hit out on him.