The NightFly is into the light, as is evidenced by the sunburn!
I wanna talk about Valerie Bertinelli (please reference the pictures above).
One picture shows a "fat" Val...yeah, right, "fat"! There are so many people, including me that could lose a little more than that "freshman 15"! BUT! When she was fat (and ugly as many people would think, just because she was overweight), she was not...I mean NOT, NOT, NOT in the news. Even though her husband (at the time), Eddie Van Halen had tongue cancer and...well, Wolfie (oh, how unfortunate to be called Wolfgang, but, Crap, when you are the offspring of Van Halen and Bertinelli...who the HELL is gonna make fun of your name!?!)
Anyway, I digress....Nobody gave a rat's patootie about Val when she was "fat". But wait, as they say in those GD infomercials, THERE'S MORE!
First of all let me crab and complain...these fat ass stars who suddenly get slim, well, they have trainers and dieticians hovering over them all the time...A working clown like me DOESN'T HAVE THE MONEY FOR THAT SORT OF CRAP! And neither do YOU! But, the stars who suddenly go from fat to fabulous...well, THEY DO!!!!
And so it is with Valerie...she looks great, don't get me wrong! I love her in that bikini! I have always, since I was 14 and she was 12, had a thing for her. I was hurt when she married Eddie, because I played guitar too! And I still think she looks great, "fat" or thin.
If you haven't got it yet, this is not about Valerie Bertinelli...this is about the media...who shun those who are ugly or deformed or fat (of course, unless, they kill someone or something of that nature).
Are we so enamored of those people who are "beautiful"?
I've often written in this and other blogs,
"I can't come out to find you,
I don't like to go outside".
Now, I'm not so sure I like to stay inside.
Because I don't have "Abs-O-Steel", "Buns-O-Steel" or, pretty much, "Anything-O-Steel". I'm just an ordinary man. I work my job and I try my best to be good.
Someone once told me that time is a predator that stalks us all our life. I rather think of time as a companion that goes with us on the journey and reminds us to cherish every moment...because they will never come again.