Thanks to everyone who came out to the sold out Dio bowling event Friday in LA. Thanks to Wendy Dio and her team for having me host once again. It was a blast and for a great cause for sure. My team consisted of Sebastian Bach,Ā  Brent Woods, Adam Jones (Tool), Doug Aldrich, Tom Morello and our contest winner Dan who donated over 1K to be on the team. We came in 3rd place this year, then all went to Bas’s house for the second of 3 nights to party and listen to rock! Mostly old Kiss and Aerosmith! Thanks to Bas and his wife Suzanne for hosting two great parties and all I hung with in LA. A great week for sure.

I’m back in NJ now. Back live on SiriusXM 106 Volume tomorrow 2-4P ET. Guests will be Tom Keifer and Ace Frehley. Tom may also join me for the Hair Nation show tomorrow night 5-8P ET on 39. Follow on Twitter for updates.

Yes, I am fully aware my Giants suck, thank you..

Share : facebooktwittergoogle plus

11 Responses

Leave us a comment

  • Brandon Kline on

    Sorry about your Giants. I picked them to beat The Chargers. I can relate. I am a diehard Lions fan.

    • Dana on

      Yes, Brandon,

      We can both relate. Ugh…

      D šŸ™

    • Rattlehead on

      I used to be a diehard Chargers fan. And then Dean Spanos moved the team to LA. My passion for the Chargers has changed, and I hope Spanos’ LA venture is a flop with fans. It’s hard to root for players like Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates, who I still want to do well.

      Eli was right not to want to play for the Chargers and that terrible owner, Spanos. Worst owner in the league…he’s the Donald Sterling of the NFL. No way the other NFL owners would approve Spanos’ Carson stadium plan when he presented it… all the other NFL owners know Spanos is a joke. So now Spanos is the only owner in the league without his own stadium and he will now be a tenant in Stan Kroenke’s LA Rams stadium. Spanos, don’t forget to pay your rent!

      If know I sound bitter cuz Spanos moved the team, it’s because I am still very bitter!!!

      Giants season is over. OBJ is done for the year. Great player, bad teammate.

    • Dana on


      You are correct about OBJ. But, as I have vented to Eddie for years, my Dad and I both agree, the Giants need to make quite a few changes, starting at the top.

      I believe when they fired Coughlin, Jerry Reese, should have been shown the door, as well. Unfortunately, as they say, poop rolls from the top down. The whole front office needs a shake up, and I think Reese has overstayed his welcome. I could go on and on, but I will spare you.

      While I am happy Sapgs returned, to replace the ineffectual Perry Fewell, the coaching is only as good as the players.

      Finally, I am sorry about your Chargers. It really stinks, and stings, when a team leaves their hometown. Just ask my Mom, she still talks about the Dodgers leaving Brooklyn. šŸ˜‰

      D šŸ™‚

    • Rattlehead on

      Coughlin was a disciplinarian. After a while, that act gets old for players. But sometimes it best for the team. I do think that Coughlin is a better coach than McAdoo, though. The Chargers, on the other hand, always go on the cheap side and hire more affordable coaches, which is one of the reasons they’ve sucked these past few years.

      The NFL approved and relocated three teams in the past two years….Rams, Chargers, and now the Raiders. These moves ripped the hearts out of die hard fans… NFL = No Fxxxin’ Loyalty.

    • Dana on

      Let’s not forget when the Colts left Baltimore. like cowards in the night, and fled to Indianapolis.

  • shannon mehaffey on

    The NFL is dead to me after seeing those entitled bums sit for the anthem. Some people, even soldiers who fought in Iraq, have told me it doesn’t bother them, but it doesn’t sit right with me. I am the biggest Raiders fan on the planet and my gear is folded and won’t be seeing me for a loooong time. I am actually glad they lose now. F them.

    • Dana on

      The protesting has also turned me off, as I have had vets in my family, and have tremendous amount of respect, and love, for our military.

      While our servicemen fight to protect our freedoms, and liberties, so that we have the right to protest. Doing this during our national anthem, at a sporting event, is inappropriate and highly disrespectful.

    • shannon mehaffey on

      Very well said.

    • Rattlehead on

      I agree, Dana. When those players bring politics into a game that I enjoy as entertainment, it a huge turn off for me, too. These players should not be bringing politics into their work environment. If these players really want to make a difference, they should get involved in their local communities, meet with the people, police, and try to make positive change.

      In my opinion, their kneeling is now just a huge “F-You” to Trump for opening his mouth about the matter and calling players “..sons of bitches”. The message of injustice is now lost in the politics of this drama.

      I’m glad some owners a requiring players to stand for the Anthem or they will be benched. Kinda pathetic the owners needed to do that since standing for it used to be a routine event that preceded sporting events.

    • Dana on


      I was going to say the same exact thing about doing community service, and being better role models. I guess it is just easier to buy another car (to add to seven they own already) an additional mansion or one more boat.

      With the exception of a few players, I wonder how many are really sincere about the charity work they do, as opposed to it being a tax write off?


Leave a Reply