Hanging out on HOG night

I had a last minute invite from a friend of mine to go to a dinner. What kind of dinner you ask? Well.. lets just say I was out of place since I didn’t arrive via a Harley-Davidson. Yes..I did leave the Suzuki at home . My friend writes for a magazine called IronWorks and invited me to tag along with her while she was to interview Jean Davidson . Ms. Davidson was in town speaking to the local Hog chapter and Hog dealers about her new books and telling stories about what it was like for her growing up in the Davidson family. The funny part was when someone ask her if she ‘needed a son’. We had a pretty good time.. lots of food.. lots of HD stories.. next time I’ll remember to wear a pair of leather pants..hehe

Slow it down!

“Speed demons take heed.

Beginning Friday, Alabama law enforcement in every county in the state will be out in full force to catch and ticket speeders, tailgaters and others caught violating traffic laws.

Gov. Bob Riley announced Thursday a statewide crackdown on speeding that will include doubling the number of officers patrolling Alabama’s interstates and roads.

Approximately 300 Alabama deputies will team up with 363 state troopers to rein in speeders and aggressive drivers in an effort to reduce the number of traffic fatalities in the state.”
(Read the complete article from the Montgomery Advertiser)

Coming soon to a theatre near you..maybe

De-Lovely
September 3 – September 9
About the music composer Cole Porter.. starring Kevin Kline and Ashlee Judd. Singing appearances by Natalie Cole, Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morissette, and Robbie Williams.

She Hate Me
September 17 – September 23
Check the trailer on this one too.. cute

Zaitoichi – Justice is Blind!
October 1 – October 7
Check out the trailer and if you check your local television listing you might catch one of the orginal episodes.

Bright Young Things
October 29 – November 4
A former ‘GhostBuster’ has a supporting role in this one..

Links via Capri Theatre, Montgomery Alabama
The Capri Theatre was built in 1941, named The Clover, and was Montgomery’s first theatre.