Wednesday, November 4, 2009

We Feel Left Out

So tonight is the premier of the DVD called
"New Kensington Is..."

(7pm at Westmoreland County Community College's New Kensington Center)

It's a video that details how awesome New Kensington
was, back in the day.

Back when there were as many people on the streets at midnight,
as there were at noon.

To be honest.

It's pretty much that way today, but just the exact opposite.

They are looking to generate enthusiasm about New Ken's past,
and in turn generate enthusiasm for it's future.

And we are all for that.

Too bad we didn't get an invite to tonight's festivities.

(We're all Emo about it.)

If you as well got overlooked for the viewing, you will be able to purchase this dvd
for $10 at the New Kensington Chamber of Commerce on Fourth Ave.

We really can't wait to see it.

(The last thing we wanted to see this bad, was a pair of boobs, when we
were like 12 years old.)

To be honest, we still have strong yearnings to see breasts.

Can you blame us?
Those things are fascinating.

Back to the premiere, and why we wish we were invited.

We love seeing things before our friends.
We've never walked the red carpet.
We would look great on E!
We love popcorn and Sno-caps.

So there you have it.

If you are lucky enough to be on the guest list, please try and refrain
from sending us braggart emails about it.

We feel bad enough.

3 comments:

Denise said...

So how was the historical retrospective of New Ken? Is it worth the $10 to get the DVD? I'm a major history freak, particularly when it comes to New Ken, so I'd be interested to know what you thought of it.

Come to think of it, I seem to remember some sort of VHS (I know ...) New Ken history thing being made years ago. It was OK, from what I remember, but I always felt it could have been better than it was.

Is this new DVD more of the same or is it a New Ken blockbuster?

theNEWK said...

We have yet to see it, or better yet, even purchase one. It is on our to-do list for sure.

We'll let you know as soon as we see it, or even hear something about it.

Thanks!

Denise said...

Thanks! I'll be looking forward to your review.

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Thanks for the input. Keep it real.