Perfect night for hot dogs and cheeseburgers on the grill! The year’s first BBQ
Blue Angel at Milewaukee and Foster closed, and an Irish place named Finnigan’s opened. Anybody been there? Is it good?
Getting ready to watch 190N, channel 7 at 11:00. Chris and electronic cigarette price I took Mark Nillson out to some of our favorite eateries.
This Sunday! Watch us on 190 N. 11p.m. On channel Pokies 7. We wen to some of our favorite places
Dave and Chris will be appearing live at Orland Park Library. Dave will give a book away for free to the first person to yell Chris loves alpacas! You have Electronic Cigarette to yell it after the program begins. It should be a fun time, so come out to the meet the author event. For more information, go to Orland Park Library
Come see Dave and Chris discuss their book aat the Glenside Public Library. For more information, check out http://www.glensidepld.org/. We generally don’t prepare for these things, so we start off discussing how we wrote the book, and usually end up in a fight. There’s nothing Pokies like seeing a couple of overweight guys rolling around on the floor of the library crying and clutching there family jewels. Come out and cheer for Dave to win.
It starts at 7:00 p.m. and the address is 25 E. Fullerton in Glendale Heights.
Every year, I hear crazy stories about jobs handled by police officers during the holidays. If you’ve ever had to shop in a mall, you know that people get a little nutso this time of year. Being laid up at home this year means I didn’t hear much about what happened in Chicago, but thanks to the internet, there are stories from around the country.
Robert Smithson of Kelowna Capital News posted some fun stories:
In Vancouver last week, police were called to the Rusty Gull pub after a couple of Santas enjoying some “Christmas spirits” apparently took offence to another patron. The man was apparently seen approaching the two jolly fellows in red inside the bar.
The Santas were long gone when police arrived.
In Lubbock, Texas, fire officials said a Texas man who had to be rescued from the chimney of his house after several hours of being stuck claimed he wasn’t trying to be Santa Claus?. He was just locked out of his house.
There’s always been that urban legend about the guy who get’s stuck in the chimney and dies. His family thinks he’s run off until they light a fire and find the body. This guy apparently didn’t want to spend money on a locksmith when he got locked out.
Merry Christmas from the Beat Cop’s Guide. Chris and Dave hope that this, the last Christmas will be the best ever.