The Rotten Beef Blog

Rotten Beef….What's Eating You?

  • May 12

    Jenna Bush, The Bush Family and the White House had all kept a tight lid on plans for the May 10th wedding. Everything was kept under wraps, right down to where the vows would be taken.

    Weeks before she got married though, Jenna Bush told news outlets that she would wear embroidered organza by Oscar de la Renta for her wedding day.

    Jenna Bush’s Oscar de la Renta Wedding dress.

    Well you know, she could have kept that secret too. Personally, I don’t really care about who married who, who had a baby or even what color socks this person is wearing this week. I would have rather seen more pictures like this of the new bride!

    Jenna Bush is falling down, falling down

    Or Even This….

    Jenna Bush changing into her swimsuit

  • May 4

    The weather is starting to warm up throughout most of the country. With that comes Summer time fun. Time to be outdoors and maybe splash in the pool or take walks in the cooler parts of the day or night. Speaking of which, something I could never figure out (especially in the warmer regions of the country) is how people can sit in their garage with family or friends and actually enjoy it.

    I’ve noticed this before and it struck me as kind of odd, but I seem to be seeing it more and more. People sitting in their garages. Inviting over the neighbors. Smoking some cigarettes, drinking some beer and sharing some jokes. I have no problem with this and I think everyone has a right to relax in the manner of which they choose. But this isn’t just stepping out to smoke a quick cigarette. They have progressed from having lawn furniture in the garage to bringing in (or out) full length sofas, love seats, recliners, television sets, even going so far as to maybe carpet or linoleum tile the floor of the garage.

    Hey I’m all for keeping a smoke-free home, I’m just not a hot weather fan. Which by the way, I have seen some fans in these garages too, but they were just the little 12″ oscillating kind.

    Is this a family tradition? Is it some part of a specific culture or regional upbringing? I am not sure. But if these people enjoy it, that’s fine by me.

    I say, Bring on the A/C!!