Archive for the ‘Corpsey the Bear’ Category

Corpsey Hits Twin Falls Barnes and Noble

May 21, 2007

Hey –

The book signing at the Twin Falls Barnes and Noble was a great success. Sold nearly every book and didn’t want to leave. Because of the last few book signings, I’m writing a sequel.

If you are interested in a signed copy, let me know your location and we’ll see if I can arrange a signing in that area. I don’t mind the signing trips. I get to visit strange new places and write the whole trip off!

Cheers,

Glastonbury

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Corpsey will be at the Barnes and Noble in Twin Falls, Idaho

May 5, 2007

Damn! That’s a long title.

After the success of the book signing at the Hastings Bookstore last month, I will be at the Barnes and Noble in Twin Falls, Idaho, on May 19th. I don’t know the address, but I’m pretty sure there’s only one B&N there. There will be plenty of paperback copies, but you’ll need to get hold of a hardback ASAP if you want it signed. Amazon and B&N online are pretty quick.

It’s possible that Elisabeth Shue will be there, but I’m sure she’s busy that day. I will settle for an Elisabeth Shue look-a-like if that is the case.

I will be signing books, but will sign breasts if requested.

Glaston

Carl’s Jr. Website for sale

April 23, 2007

Hey all –

My Carl’s Jr. website has been put up for bid. I have too many websites to maintain and maybe this will cover my expenses.

Glastonbury

Carl’s Jr .net

April 17, 2007

Yea!

www.carlsjr.net is now No. 9 on Google!

Thank you all!

Corpsey the Bear book signings

April 17, 2007

Hi,

Will be in Northern Utah this weekend signing books at the Hastings in Logan. Come and have a book signed. I’ll even be nice for once. I plan on doing the line-up from Time Bandits, where the serfs are getting not only free goods from Robin Hood, but a punch in the head from one of the local thugs. I need to find a local thug.

If you haven’t seen Time Bandits, it’s a real treat.

Glastonbury

Elisabeth Shue – The Saint

March 9, 2007

Elisabeth Shue is so innocent and beautiful in The Saint. When I went to opening night to see the film on April 4th, 1997 (I remember the date as it was the last time my ex-girlfriend and I had a nice time together), I was quite upset to see her and Val in their respective rolls, since I grew up with Roger Moore and Ian Olgilvie in the title roles. Anyway, I walked out with a bad taste in my mouth, but did enjoy getting into my black 1995 850 T5R and driving through the stunned crowd. It was a pretty hot car in that time period.

In the last two years, I have grown to appreciate Elisabeth’s versatility, esp. in such films as Palmetto, and Leaving Las Vegas.

Elisabeth, all I can say is let’s start getting you the credit that’s due. And get on your agent to find you the proper role to showcase your talent. Be the star this time. You have no business playing the supporting actor any more.

🙂

Elisabeth Shue – still smokin’!

March 7, 2007

Elisabeth ShueWTF!?

What’s the matter with you clowns? I’m hearing all these Negative Nancys out there slamming Elisabeth Shue. Hey, we all get old, and I’ll guarantee not one of her critics would kick her out of bed.

I do make fun of her – as well as a myriad of people – in my book and on my website, but I still have the greatest respect for her. She is the mother of three kids, happily married (dammit), and has a degree in Political Science from Harvard. She managed to do all that while still making films.

She may not have made terrific films over the years, but at least she hung in there and did what she loves to do. She is still greatly respected by the Hollywood business, and she will continue to earn that respect. Haven’t seen her in any scandals like so many obnoxious actors out there, so again – kudos to Elisabeth.

And the next time some piss-ant wants to slam her because she “looks bad” in a photo, stick your pathetic mug on the internet so we can have a crack at you.

Thank you, Elisabeth. Keep up the good work.

Booksurge

February 27, 2007

Anyone out there know anything about Booksurge? It’s a self-publishing group and they want my current book and my next book. I may use Outskirts Press again, but I’m tempted to sit back and let a publisher like Kensington Books publish my next book. That way, the advertising and book placement will be done by them.

The next book is a humor / historical non-fiction / fiction, if there is such a thing, so if there is anyone out there, please recommend a publisher or agent.

Kensington Books

February 27, 2007

Corpsey the Bear needs a new publisher.

Corpsey vs. Carl’s Jr.

February 21, 2007

I really wish now that I had included a chapter in the book about Corpsey getting Hepatitis A from eating at Carl’s Jr. There was a major lawsuit involving that, so I will avoid a slander suit myself. I will post the suit website URL this week so that you may see for yourself.

Maybe Papa Bear could have dragged the family out to Carl’s Jr. to get a Famous Star and well… let’s say there could have been only one little Corpsey casualty.