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American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior: Mikey’s Favorite Moments (and 9/11 Memorial Bike)

10 Oct

October 10, 2011

In honor of Columbus Day, American Chopper has taken the day off. Tonight’s episode is a clip show featuring Mikey and I have no desire to see it so I’m taking the day off too. But unlike them I am going to give you new content tonight.

This story got some play in NYC but you may not have seen it where you live. Early last week Paul Junior and the PJD crew were in Manhattan unveiling a 9/11 Memorial bike. The story can be found here:

There isn’t much info online but I did snag a few pictures.

Doesn’t Mayor Bloomberg look natural on that bike?

I have no clue when that will air, but I do have the details of next week’s show, which is all-new.

Oct. 17, 2011
In celebration of its 100th  anniversary, Dekalb commissions a bike from PJD to be auctioned off with the  proceeds going to benefit the American Red Cross. Meanwhile, OCC begins a build  for Cell Buckle, a company that builds cell-phone holders for vehicles, to be  unveiled at Sturgis. But when a dissatisfied Senior decides they must start from  scratch, an offended Jason does the unthinkable.

Man I hope he quits.

PJD is building a bike benefiting the American Red Cross. OCC is building a bike for a cell-phone holder company. Not a cell-phone company, a cell-phone holder company. Maybe it’s just me but taking the 9/11 bike into account, it seems that lately PJD is getting the higher profile gigs.

Enjoy the clip show tonight, I’ll be back next week with an all new Weekly Rundown.

Some of you requested a clean copy of the image I use at the top of the page. Here you go.

Late Night Movie House International Presents: Gumnaam featuring Jaan Pehechaan Ho by Mohammed Rafi

10 Oct

October 10, 2011

I love this song! I love this video! I have no freakin’ clue what the guy is singing, but just listen! And look! That’s Jaan Pehechaan Ho by Mohammed Rafi from the movie Gumnaam back in 1966. They made a Heinekin commercial out of this song but this is better.

I want to go to this club! I want to go back to 1966 put on a cat mask, a frilly shirt and a Patrick McGoohan jacket and dig the scene, man.

Plus I think there were a ton of drugs being done there too.

This is from a movie that probably none of us has seen but thanks to Heineken we are bombarded with that song 24/7. Problem is, the video in the commercial is nowhere as interesting as the real deal.

OK, the magician is cool.

UPDATE: After some research, I realized that I am not giving Ted Lyons and his Cubs the credit they deserve. They rock!

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