Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween!

Ladies and gentlemen, I'm down here in Lavallette right at this very moment and I feel sensational. Drinking some wine, as well as some beer, and getting ready to party on All Hallows Eve, I'm content. Beanie was courteous enough to drive me down here.

She picked me up from house around 3:15 PM. I got out of work at 1:30 PM. It felt great. I was delighted to get out of work soooo early. In a little while, we'll be heading out to Bamboo for the costume contest. I'm drinking a glass of 2007 Black Swan Shiraz. There's a number of good folks here with us, including Mike, Beanie, Greg Root, Ray, Mel, and Mike's brother Chris. Raph JUST arrived, so I want to go out to the living room and greet him.

Everyone have a Happy Halloween, be safe, and to all you little trick or treaters, do NOT bite into any apples before you thoroughly examine them. This is the the big Halloween bash; I look forward to going to Bamboo and finding myself some banging hot chicks. Beanie just asked, "what time time is it?" Mike replied, "Who the fuck knows"! HAHAHA Time for some more Bud Light Lime and Shiras. Happy Halloween fuckers!


Wednesday, October 29, 2008

A happy hump day perspective of the upcoming Halloween weekend!

We're in the middle of the week, and right now I feel tremendous. Tomorrow is one more regular sized day on the grind at work. After that, I have a nice calm, shortened work day on Friday, a day on which I will depart from work at 1:30 PM so I can make it home in time for Beanie to pick me up at my house.

This coming weekend is going to be super sensational. Lavallette is a beautiful little Jersey shore island, even on the off season when it's not summer time. Returning to the Jersey Shore in the next couple of days is certainly a thrill, as is usually the case, that I am eagerly anticipating. B-Money has gotten his money game back on track for the moment. When fall and winter come around, we have that area to ourselves for the most part. Now that is a person who truly loves the shore; a person who goes there throughout the off season as well as the prime of the summer. That's me folks. That's B-Money.

Bamboo is not going to be filled with the fist pumpers that pack the house in throughout the summer. With the money game back in order, comes a glowing B-Money who's gradually beginning to live up to his name. With those accolades come the confident and happy B-Money swagger. This hot young stallion will be entering Bamboo on Friday night, walking with a swagger that he hasn't had for a little while now. Halloween night is going to be off the hook ladies and gentlemen.

Whenever I go down to the shore and spend an eventful and adventurous weekend with some great and loyal friends, I seem to get that party swagger about me. I'm young, handsome, incredibly perceptive, and I honestly do not feel like a man who is going to be turning 28 years old one week from today. I actually feel younger than that.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Memorable dinner with Billy D!

Earlier this evening, I met up with best friend Billy D for a stuffed slice at M&S II. Hard to believe eight or nine years later we're STILL going to the same pizza parlor for the exact same meal. LOL.

During the meal, Billy D came out with what may have been the wisest and most wisdom filled quote in my recent memory, as he boldly and sincerely exclaimed, "Country is going through hard times. Our economic hardships are going to get worse before they get better. We need a hero kid, and your big birthday is coming up, so that hero just might be you!" Who would've thought anybody would try to turn my much anticipated birthday celebration into a national treasure of sorts???? LMAO. He's obviously super psyched about it, as many of those around me are excited.

Come November 8, it's going to be an extravaganza the likes of which Morristown has not previously seen before. When all is said and done, those fortunate enough to attend - folks from various locations with different beliefs, values, morals, all knowing me from different places and points in history, but all close to me in some form - will remember for a very long time that they all unified and came together to march through the streets of Motown with the birthday man and legend, Bryan B-Money Bradley, in a classic action packed legendary night of excitement that won't be forgotten anytime soon.

Many will come together, in anticipation of being a part of the B-Money experience. Billy D has also sent a picture message of me, with music playing, to all of the people we know - notifying them of my birthday celebration at George and Marthas.

Neo-conservatives continue to bash Obama with frivolous fabrications!

The more neo-conservatives bash Obama and focus all their negative attention on him, the more they're empowering him! Unfortunately for them, Obama is the first candidate, since Bill Clinton, to fire back!

The following was yet another feeble attempt to bash and fabricate Democratic Presidential Candidate and Illinois Senator Barack Obama. Clearly this is a fabrication, as there is no evidence to substantiate this.


Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2008 11:28:59 -0400

From Sunday's Televised 'Meet the Press' Senator Obama was asked about his stance on the American Flag. Obama explains his National Anthem Stance Sun, 07 Sept. 2008 11:48:04 EST, General Bill Ginn' USAF (ret.) asked Obama to explain why he doesn't follow protocol when the National Anthem is played.

The General also stated to the Senator that according to the United States Code, Title 36, Chapter 10, Sec. 171... During rendition of the national anthem when the flag is displayed, all present except those in uniform are expected to stand at attention facing the flag with the right hand over the heart. At the very least, 'Stand and Face It' Senator Obama live on Sunday stated:

''As I've said about the flag pin, I don't want to be perceived as taking sides,' Obama said. 'There are a lot of people in the world to whom the American flag is a symbol of oppression. And the anthem itself conveys a war-like message. You know, the bombs bursting in air and all. It should be swapped for something less parochial and less bellicose. I like the song 'I'd Like To Teach the World To Sing.' If that were our anthem, then I might salute it.'

'We should consider to reinvent our National Anthem as well as to redesign our Flag to better offer our enemies hope and love. It's my intention, if elected, to disarm America to the level of acceptance to our Middle East Brethren.'

'If we as a Nation of warring people, should conduct ourselves as the nations of Islam, whereas peace prevails, perhaps a state or period of mutual concord could exist between our governments.. When I become President, I will seek a pact or agreement to end hostilities between those who have been at war or in a state of enmity, and a freedom from disquieting oppressive thoughts. We as a Nation have placed upon the nations of Islam an unfair injustice.'

'My wife disrespects the Flag for many personal reasons. Together she and I have attended several flag burning ceremonies in the past, many years ago. She has her views and I have mine. Of course now, I have found myself about to become the President of the United States and I have put aside my hatred. I will use my power to bring CHANGE to this Nation, and offer the people a new path of hope. My wife and I look forward to becoming our Country's First Family. Indeed, CHANGE is about to overwhelm the United States of America .''

WHAAAAAAAT the ????? Yes, ladies and gentlemen, you heard it right. This could possibly be our next President. I, for one, am speechless. Dale Lindsborg , Washington Post


Where can you find the 'Meet the Press' transcript for Sept 7 2008 Obama US flag stance?

What you are looking for is this:

You probably saw this in an email that's been forwarded by an Obama smearer. This was a piece of satire. It was written by John Semmens. He has a satire article called "Semi-News" and some dummy took it from his column and started forwarding it as an email of truth. Obama WAS NOT on Meet the Press on September 7th.

VOTE ON NOVEMBER 4!

OBAMA/BIDEN 08

Monday, October 27, 2008

Our pumpkin chucking, corn field mazing Sunday!

My Sunday this past weekend was well spent, as I drove up to Blairstown to spend the day with Beanie, Mike, and Raph. Around this time of the year, when Halloween is approaching, Blairstown is an ideal place to have a friendly get together. Referred to by many as the place where "fun goes to die" or "West Bumblefuck", it also happens to be the town where scenes from the classic horror film Friday the 13th were filmed.

Along the way to Beanie's, I picked Raph up from his house in Budd Lake and we made our way to Blairstown. Mike also came up from Edison for the day, but not before taking Garden State Parkway South for about 15 minutes before he realized that he was going in the wrong direction! LMAO. I didn't let Mike hear the end of it yesterday, but it's all good. We all got somewhat of a laugh out of it. The important thing is that Mike safely made his way to Beanie's house. Once we were all at Beanie's, we decided to go out for lunch.

After minutes of indecisiveness as to where we were going to have lunch, we all eventually agreed on Ruby Tuesdays. After our meal at Ruby Tuesdays, we went to Coldstone to get some ice cream. I ordered myself a Like It sized Birthday Cake remix. We then proceeded to Lentini Farm in Sussex County located off Rt 94 for some good old pumpkin chucking, which was a major reason why we all got together yesterday. They had a target with a face at one end of the field that said "hit me". On the other end of the field, there were three sling shot thingies that one could chuck their pumpkins from. In the event that anybody managed to nail the "hit me" sign with their pumpkin, they would win a free pumpkin.

One could either chuck a single pumpkin for $1 or get six pumpkins for $5. Beanie, Raph, Mike, and I each paid $5 to get six pumpkins. I managed to shoot a number of them pretty far out into the field, but unfortunately none of them hit the sign. As a grand finale of sorts, we even attempted a group chuck and almost struck the kids next to us with the pumpkin. Ladies and gentlemen, that would not have been a good thing if we hit them. In any event, the pumpkin chucking was a fun activity; one that could probably serve as a decent stress reliever. LOL.

Following our chucking of the little pumpkins, we looked around at some of the bigger sized pumpkins that were for sale on the lot and then we headed back to Beanie's to relax for a little bit. Having watched television for about half an hour, we all went back out to check out this corn field maze that was about 15 minutes away. Scattered throughout the maze, there were twelve trivia questions about America History. In fact, the maze of the corn field spelt God Bless America. It took us quite a while to find all of the spots with the questions. We ended up finding all but one of them; number eight was no where to be found. Still, we had ourselves a little adventure walking around through the corn field maze. The entire day was really Halloween oriented.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Halloween, Election Day, and B-Money's 28th birthday celebration are all vastly approaching!

There's always that quiet calm before the big storm, and Halloween weekend coupled with B-Money's much anticipated 28th birthday extravaganza is sure to cause thunder and lighting!

This weekend is pretty much the calm before the series of consecutive storms, as there's not a hell of a lot going on this weekend. I got some family coming to visit tomorrow, which should be pretty nice for a low key weekend of this sort. Other than that, I'm just taking it easy for most part and saving some money as well as my energy for the next two weekends upcoming.

As you are well aware, one week from tonight is Halloween night. On Halloween night, I'll be partying it up at Bamboo (my debut at Bamboo, I once again reiterate) in Seaside with Colleen, Raph, Greg, Mike, and others. My costume is off the hook; I look forward to getting my dance on, my costume on, and my drink on. Some people refer to Seaside as Sleezside, noting that it's filled with scumbags, young punks, and all that other shit. Not entirely true. What it is filled with, in the summer for the most part, is the Staten Islanders, who have their beach houses in Seaside and other surrounding beach points. They go down to those locations for the summer and heavily populate the bars by the shore.

These summer time frequenters I have just described to you have often been referred to by the shore heads as BENNYs. In case you didn't know, BENNY is an acronym for Bayonne, Elizabeth, Newark, and New York. The concept of a benny was derived from the fact that people, long ago, would travel to the beaches using a train as their means of transportation. At one time, the only locations close to the Jersey Shore, which had train stations, were Bayonne, Elizabeth, Newark, and New York. Hence, naming a person who comes down to the Jersey Shore from North Jersey a benny. Your average benny puts on a greater than average portion size of sun tan lotion without fully rubbing it in, gets overly excited about going to the shore when summer time rolls around, and will sometimes rent a house by the shore, even if it is only for a week, for up to as much as $1,000. Just a little educational piece for all of you Blog of Bryan faithfuls.

Let's get back to the much anticipated Halloween weekend. Earlier today I was talking to Mike. He suggested that Halloween weekend could be the most exciting and fun filled weekend he has hosted since New Years. The celebration we had for New Years, leading up to New Years Eve 2007, is a big pair of shoes to fill. That was one fucking amazing time, but I have a feeling Halloween weekend will manage to rival that. The following day, we'll be taking a road trip out to PA to hit up Lambertville and possibly even New Hope. I definitely want to check out New Hope, as I heard it's a pretty nice little city out there in PA.

Two weeks from tomorrow night, my 28th birthday celebration in Morristown will be taking place. The countdown to this special extravaganza has already begun. I'm really looking forward to that night, as are many of my closest companions and supporters. There's no question that B-Money's 28th birthday celebration is another eagerly anticipated event, one of which many are looking forward to. I hope to see many of my best friends, a number of familiar faces, and possibly even some new ones (preferably of the female variety, lol) present at George and Marthas come November 8. The next few weeks are going to be off the hook for B-Money! Stay tuned for more as we reach these anticipated events, as you do not want to miss a beat.

OBAMA/BIDEN 08!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

When pumpkins drink too much!

Halloween is right around the corner, so here some Halloween humor to entertain the masses. Many of you may have already seen this picture, but this is what it looks like when pumpkins have had one drink too many!


Yes, Halloween is approximately a week away. I'm looking forward to going to Bamboo one week from tomorrow night!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Sara Palin scares me more and more each day!

Check out what Governor Sara Palin had to say, when Katie Couric asked her which of the top political editorials and magazines she reads to stay updated on the news:




Ladies and gentlemen, if by some amazing miracle John McCain is elected on November 4, and somehow passes away within the next four years (or even eight years if he gets re-elected), this woman assumes the presidency. We're not talking about President of Beauty Pagents. We're not talking about President of America's Ditsiest Airheads Anonymous. We're not talking about President of Saturday Night Live, where she's spent precious time making fun of herself on television during this critical race for the White House. No folks, we're talking about PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - DURING WAR TIME!

My return to Miami Mike's for Hopkins vs Pavlik!

Story of a 43 year old ring legend who continues to defy Father Time. Incredible. This man never ceases to amaze me!

Saturday night of this past weekend, I made a grand return to Miami Mike's to catch the Pavlik/Hopkins PPV telecast. What was about a $50 PPV show, I paid a $5.00 cover to watch at the bar. Pretty reasonable deal, don't you think?

As usual, I ran into Miami Mike himself and he was courteous enough to come over to me, shake hands, and say hello, realizing that I have more or less become a regular guest at his establishment. History was made on this particular evening, as 4:1 underdog and 43 year old ring legend Bernard "The Executioner" Hopkins shocked the word by dominating and outworking the previously undefeated 26 year old rising superstar Kelly Pavlik.

Most observers believed Pavlik would be too strong and aggressive the older fighter. Even Pavlik's long time trainer, Jack Lowe, was confident and sure that his charge would be the first to knock Hopkins out. Pavlik never even came close to doing such, as Hopkins won practically every minute of every round with lateral movement, tight defense, and crisp counter punches. Pavlik rarely ever got his hands on The Executioner!

What a virtuoso masterpiece by the Hopkins, a legend who has once again defied Father Time! I am man enough to admit that I was wrong in picking Pavlik, but I was pretty happy to be wrong, as I am an avid Hopkins supporter. The man who whooped Tarver's ass a little over two years ago had once again returned to the ring and did the same thing Pavlik - in fact, I think he beat Pavlik even worse than he had beaten Tarver.

Here we have a 43 year old Executioner, still at the top of his game, competing with and beating some of the best young fighters in the world today. Can we say "ALL TIME GREAT"??? Anybody who is a boxing fan should appreciate Hopkins as long as he's still active and able to compete as he is now. Once he's gone, there probably won't be another in the sport in this sport quite like him for years to come - probably not for the rest of my life time.

Another terrific fight night at Miami Mike's for yours truly. In all likelihood, I will be going back there to watch De la hoya/Pacquiao on December 6.

photo: courtesy of fightnews.com

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Eager to attend Bamboo on All Hallows Eve!

I'm appreciate these weekends more and more with each passing week. Today just happens to be one of those good fall Saturday afternoons, but there are a couple of anticipated events upcoming.

Halloween night happens to fall on a Friday this year, so I'll be heading down to Seaside on Friday after I get out of work. Why am I going down to Seaside? A number of us will be attending Bamboo for a Halloween costume contest! Those attending will be Mike, Colleen, Raph, possibly Greg, Ray and Mel, and myself.

I'm keeping my costume a surprise to the general public, but expect to see some pictures of me wearing my costume the next day. We all know that Halloween is that time of year when kids look forward to get dressing up in scary costumes to go out trick or treating on Halloween night. It's a night of ghosts, goblins, skeletons, jack o lanterns, and all of that scary and festive jazz. However, for this adult on Halloween night, it'll be about Bamboo and seeing all of those hot young ladies wearing costumes to reveal their gorgeous flesh.

Lets face it, ladies and gentlemen. On Halloween, with our erotic-thinking minds, the hormones tend to take over and get the better of us sex-craved adults. What was once a cute and innocent black kitty cat costume for your cute average little seven year old girl, transcends twenty years later - with physical maturity having already taken place - into a set a black cat ears, a tight black push up bra to make those mammories all the more obvious, round voluptuous ass cheeks sticking out, and maybe for the sake of it actually being Halloween, a hot little tail popping out of the g-string.

What I'm saying is, it's an evening on which ladies love to show off their bodies, if they are fortunate enough to have the hardware to do so. My friends and fans, that is the ideal setting and sexual type of masquerade for a handsome, good looking stallion like myself to indulge in, as I truly look forward to going to the club sporting my perverted Halloween costume while playing into the eye candy, and keeping my eyes fixed on those sexy Halloween mistresses while enjoying a few adult beverages. Trick or treat???? Ahhhh, give me a hot trick. HAHAHA. Friday, October 31 will also be a chance for me to make my DEBUT at Bamboo - that's right, I said debut - as I have never before been to Bamboo! A chance for me to be seen at Bamboo, as well as check out these beautiful sexy women. What better a night to make such a debut than on Halloween night?

I'm looking forward to Halloween weekend at Mike's Lavallette beach house with the rest of gang. It's going to be a super sensational event, which is a worthy preliminary festivity leading up to my much anticipated 28th birthday celebration extravaganza taking place in Morristown one week after Halloween weekend. Much is on the table for B-Money, as well as those around B-Money, in the upcoming weeks. After about a month of laying low and saving some cash, it's time to PARTY ON!

Thursday, October 16, 2008

28th Birthday celebration official for November 8!

Ladies and gentlemen, it's just about getting to be that time of the year again. On November 5, 1980, a precious and beautiful baby by the name of Bryan Bradley was born. Later to become known as B-Money, I grew up and became the handsome devil that I am today. We are vastly approaching November 5, which is only a few weeks away. What is important to remember is Saturday, November 8! That is the official date of B-Money's 28th birthday celebration. George & Martha's in association with Grasshopper in Morristown, NJ will proudly play host to my 28th birthday. Mark the evening of November 8 on your calendars because it is a night you will not forget. More to follow soon, so stay tuned!