Billy Lisa and I - interviewed E!'s Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Scott Disick backstage at KISS CONCERT!
If you are a regular listener to the Matty Show, you know that I just had my 2nd child (a son) about 3 months ago... and since then I literally have no time for anything, nevermind shaving so I decided to take a little trip to Franklin, MA to visit the extraordinary ladies at BARE LASER HAIR REMOVAL CENTER.
I had one session already on my legs and the results are incredible. I think the last time I saw my legs this smooth-- was probably when I was 10 and didnt have any!!
If you are looking to cut out tons of time in your daily routine, you need to make an appointment today with Dianne and get your legs, arms, armpits, bikini, eyebrows or (for the men out there) your back done! She is a nurse practitioner (so she is medically trained and qualified) and does a fabulous job!
Wanted: Human being willing to be strapped into highly combustible spaceship filled with thousands of gallons of rocket fuel. Must be willing to commute into space. Return trip not guaranteed. All interested parties please send resume to NASA, attention: Mercury Project.
The National Archives recently posted the original job description for an astronaut on NASA's Mercury mission. It's even more intimidating than our made-up version.
In a 1959 letter written to Lt. Paul B. Bennett Jr. from Clotaire Wood, technical assistant to the deputy administrator, Wood details the various job responsibilities required of a Mercury astronaut .
Duties: Participates in indoctrination, developmental research, and pre-flight training programs under conditions simulating flight profiles of the type expected to be encountered with Project Mercury. Operates and/or observes fixed-base and moving-base simulator tests, serves as subject-under-test, and assists in the analysis of date for the evaluation and development of various boosters and of communication, telemetry, display, vehicle-control, environmental-control and other systems involved in launch, atmospheric escape, orbital flight, reentry, landing and recovery. Participates in specialized training exercises such as centrifuge programs to build up tolerances to the motions and forces associated with launch, flight without gravity, and atmospheric reentry, and to develop proficiency and confidence for vehicle operation under such conditions.
Sounds great! Where do we sign?
For the record, Alan Shepard was the first American in space. His suborbital flight, aboard the Freedom 7, took place on May 5, 1961, and lasted about 15 and a half minutes.
WWE's The Big Show stopped by the Matty Show studios... oh my goodness this man is ENORMOUS.
So we compared hands...
Annette Funicello is dead. The famed Mickey Mouse Club member and star of 1960s teen beach movies such as "Beach Party" and "Beach Blanket Bingo" had been hospitalized in Bakersfield, California due to complications from multiple sclerosis, which she battled for years. Funicello was 70 years old.
She was born in Utica, New York before moving to California when she was four years old. Funicello was discovered at 12 years old by Walt Disney during a dance recital. She was then cast as one of the original Mouseketeers.
I think there is something wrong with me because I can't get enough of Ray J's new song about his ex, Kim Kardashian...