Very cool graphics!

Very cool graphics!

Need that frosty Blatz frosty while out on your Woody Boat, but don’t have a cool cooler that fits the gestalt of your new old lifestyle? Well today and for the next 5 days are your lucky days, cause you could be the proud owner of this insane cool cooler.

Graphics on the side!

Graphics on the side!

Its got it all, except for a low price. Clearly the seller knows he can name his o her price on it. The only down side is if you use it, it might age it more. So you have a dilemma, to quote one of my heros…Its better to look good than feel good darling! Take it away Fernando!

So who’s gonna get this thing? YOU CAN SEE IT HERE On ebay

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8 Responses to “The Coolest Woody Boat Cooler On Ebay – Cool!”
    • m-fine

      I don’t know if I have any bacon today but let’s peek into the smoker… Looks like we have smoked salmon and cheese this morning. That would go nice in the cooler if there is any room left after you put the beer in.

  1. Randy RushCaptain Grumpy

    That really is nice, I have a pile of props that I use for boat shows, everytime someone ouches one of them I cringe.

    Off to The Meredith Boat show, pictures to follow

  2. RiverRat

    I looked and saw the price and thought of the opportunity beer cost. It is not the cooler it is what is inside. Send that one to a cooler museum.

  3. Alex

    That Billy Crystal clip cracked me up. Brought back memories.

    I stumbled on his “700 Sundays” play on HBO back in April. I knew he was talented, but watching that special, I realized he is brilliant. What writing. What a stage presence. And such poignancy. The mark of a great comedian.

    More about it from the press release…

    “700 Sundays has, without question, been the most satisfying experience of my career,” said Crystal in a previous statement. “When we originally opened on Broadway, all I knew was that I had a story that I was compelled to share. Now that I’ve performed my play across the country and internationally, I’m gratified to know that the love of family, through joy and pain, is perhaps the most universal story. I’ve now decided to tell this story one last time in my own backyard, where it all took place. It is a privilege to return to Broadway to say goodbye to one of the greatest thrills of my life.

    The autobiographical 700 Sundays is described as “an original two-act play in which Billy plays numerous characters that have influenced who he is today. It deals with his youth, growing up in the jazz world of Manhattan, his teenage years, and finally adulthood. It is about family and fate, loving and loss.

    The show won the 2005 Tony Award for Special Theatrical Event and both the 2005 Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Outstanding Solo Performance.”

    I highly recommend it!