Baseball season has officially begun. Course, being a Texas Rangers fan, I wasn't happy with our opening day loss to the Houston Astros, but last night's near perfect game more than made up for it. I'm a die hard fan from way back and my love of the game seems to grow every year. And I think there's only one thing I love more than a baseball clearing the centerfield wall and that's ball park food.
Hey it's Gary and I've got an important announcement. Kids need to GO OUTSIDE. That’s why God made it so beautiful out there. A stick and a pile of rocks are the cheapest baby sitters in the world. They're spending way too much time indoors and I'm not going to allow it anymore.
Duck Dynasty. Wouldn’t you agree, these are probably 2 of the biggest words in the English language today? Hey, if you don’t believe me, take a look at your Facebook page since around 7 o’clock last night. It’s amazing how this simple North Louisiana program has brought our neck of the woods and lifestyle to living rooms all over America.
Every Saturday night, emergency rooms all over America are filled with rednecks who just couldn’t resist the temptation to a dare. There’s just something about that challenge that takes us over the edge. And it doesn’t even have to be the dreaded “double dog dare.” It can be as simple as “I bet you can’t do it.” We’re just slaves to our bravado.
At Kiss Country's Mudstock, Cody Cooke and the Bayou Outlaws played to over 7,000 screaming, half drunken, muddy rednecks...and the rednecks loved 'em. This past Friday night, Cody Cooke and the Bayou Outlaws played to about 70 half frozen, soaking wet, fair goers at the State Fair of Louisiana. And you couldn't tell the difference between either show.
You’ve no doubt taken your kids to a “Kid” movie before. You’ve stood in line for an eternity at the concession stand so you could load ‘em up on Peanut M&M’s, corn dogs and cokes. You’ve wandered into a dimly lit theatre and tolerated that agonizing aroma that only an overfilled room of little carpet crawlers can conjure up, just in hopes that you can nap for an hour and a half while they’re mesmerized with the latest computerized cartoon. Bet this never happened to you though.
Report cards came out this week in Bossier Parish. I suspect there is crying and gnashing of teeth in several homes as we speak. Truth be told, we never have any cruel and unusual punishment at the McCoy house on report card day. It’s not that McCoy boys are Bill Gates smart or that I’m too lazy to pass out a butt whippin’ when it’s needed. It’s that I don’t believe in report cards.
Hi, my name is Gary and I’m an addict. I’ve had this problem since about 1979 but it’s really gotten worse over the last 20 years. I am an LSUFOOTBALLAHOLIC and I’m betting it’s terminal. See, I got bit by the LSU football bug a long time ago and there’s really no cure. I’m pretty sure that even if there was, I don’t want to kick the habit.
Isaac? Wasn't he the bartender on "The Love Boat?" Course he was. He's not the "Grinch Who Came To Steal Dove Season." I just don't believe that even flood water and gale winds could dampen our life long tradition of the dove hunt.
Sharks name a week after him. He has never lost a sock. His shirt never wrinkles. He doesn’t believe in using oven mitts, nor potholders. Say the following in your most dramatic Dos Equis voice: "Gary McCoy, most interesting DJ in the world".
Gary McCoy entered the last year of his 40's today! Happy 49th birthday Gary! Wow, 49 years! I don't know the exact number, but I'm pretty sure at this point Gary has spent half his life "on the air" as a radio broadcaster. Impressive! Share your birthday wish with Gary!
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