Wednesday, April 30, 2008


I'm going to give the riddle to Al because most of his answer was in the book. I will use the bruiser and food question again.

We do have a ballgame today but not sure if I will make it because you know it's hard for me to get the nerve to drive there. It will be dark when I come home and I'm afraid I will get lost and no one will every see me again. HAHA Dinwiddie is a big place.

What did baby corn say to mommy corn?
Where is pop-corn


Brain Bruisers Question

It started in October, 1971
Four in one
61,000 people needed to make it work

27,400 acres of swamp land

Food Trivia Question

Two words.
Four letter each.
Some people get addicted.
Introduced in July 1982.
Can become a volcano.

What do cats call rodents on skateboards?


The New York Rangers have dug themselves a very deep hole in there best of 7 series with the Penguins after last nights 5-3 loss and now trail there series 3-0, I am afraid that the Rangers are pretty much done because I just don't see them beating the Penguins 4 straight times. The CH Colonials were washed out at Dinwiddie last night and they will try to play again tonight at 6pm, also Thomas Dale and Matoaca also will try to pay again today in there battle for 1st place. I have a very busy day ahead of me today, I have to go to work, then to the dentist and then to Dinwiddie for the baseball game tonight. I will have some Advil with me because my head is already hurting thinking about going to the dentist. It is pretty cold here in CH this morning, right now it is 39 but it is suppose to get up in to the mid 60's before dropping back into the 30's later tonight. They have done a good job cleaning up from all the tornado damage here in CH, most places are back open but there are few that will take a little longer because of numerous issues. MICKEY

I must respect the opinions of others even if I disagree with them.
Herbert Henry Lehman

Health Tip: Create a Space for Sleep
Difficulty sleeping can be caused by simply having too many distractions and discomforts in your bedroom.

Try these steps to create an environment for better sleep, courtesy of the National Sleep Foundation:
Make sure your room is quiet. If necessary, try using a white noise machine or earplugs. Keep your room at a temperature that's comfortable. Slightly cooler temperatures often are best for sleep. Keep the bedroom dark. Also make sure you get plenty of exposure to light during the day. Make sure your bed and pillows are comfortable and clean, and big enough for you and your sleep partner to share. Avoid TV or a computer in the bedroom. Offer pets their own bed or other comfy sleep spot.

Fulfillment never ceases
Fulfillment is not a matter of doing more. It is a matter of focusing who you are, what you have and the actions you are already taking.

Fulfillment flows from focusing your life around specific and authentically held intentions. When the intention is clear, consistent and meaningful, you already have sufficient means to bring it about.

Though you will surely cross through formidable challenges, fulfillment is not a struggle. Rather, it is a unique and magnificent expression which receives its nourishment from those very challenges.

Fulfillment brings the ineffable treasures inside of you to the surface and beyond, where they manifest as great value. Fulfillment is a medium through which you intimately interact with all of life, strengthening the presence of joy in the process.

The fulfillment of your most profound desires is always present in your life. By your continual thankfulness for what is, you allow and enable the fulfillment of what can be.

See the beauty, feel the joy, and keep your thoughts filled with the most positive and meaningful possibilities. For fulfillment never ceases.
Ralph Marston

Cloris Leachman Actress ("The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "Phyllis") 82
Willie Nelson Country singer 75
Gary Collins Talk show host 70
Burt Young Actor 68
Bobby Vee Singer 65
Jill Clayburgh Actress 64
Perry King Actor 60
Merrill Osmond Singer (The Osmonds) 55
Jane Campion Director ("The Piano") 54
Paul Gross Actor 49
Stephen Harper Prime minister of Canada 49
Isiah Thomas Basketball Hall of Famer, New York Knicks coach 47
Robert Reynolds Country musician (The Mavericks) 46
Adrian Pasdar Actor ("Heroes") 43
Chris Henderson Rock musician (3 Doors Down) 37
Carolyn Dawn Johnson Country singer 37
Lisa Dean Ryan Actress 36
Jeff Timmons R&B singer (98 Degrees) 35
Johnny Galecki Actor 33
Cole Deggs Country musician 32
Kirsten Dunst Actress 26
Tyler Wilkinson Country singer (The Wilkinsons) 24

Tuesday, April 29, 2008


Well, Scott and Louise were looking at the blog . Scott got the riddle and Louise got the brain bruiser question. Way to go. Louise didn't the tornado get close to your house?

Food Trivia
A brand name
A temperature
On your clothes
A pouch

Why did the man put his cash in the freezer?

cold hard cash
Brain Bruisers Question

It started in October, 1971
Four in one
61,000 people needed to make it work
27,400 acres of swamp land

Food Trivia Question

Two words.
Four letter each.
Some people get addicted.
Introduced in July 1982.
Can become a volcano.


What did baby corn say to mommy corn?

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The Colonial Heights Colonials are scheduled to be at Dinwiddie tonight at 6pm weather permitting and it looks unlikely at this time that we will be able to play tonight. Also today Matoaca was scheduled to be at Thomas Dale in the battle for 1st place in the Central District. I don't know about you but I am extremely tired of all this rain we have been having and it is suppose to rain again this weekend. The damage from yesterdays tornado was much less than they tornado we had here in CH back in 1993 however there several buildings which did have some moderate damage which mostly were the result of losing there roofs. There best news here in CH is that there were only minor injuries from the tornado and that allot of the buildings damaged will be able to reopen today. There were a couple of other tornadoes in Virginia in Brunswick and Suffolk and the one in Suffolk cause some major damage and that tornado appears to have been the strongest of the tornadoes which hit the state yesterday. The New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins will resume there best of 7 series tonight at Madison Square Garden in a must win game for the Rangers, if the Rangers lose tonight there is no way that they come back form a 3-0 deficit. Hopefully today will be a bit calmer than yesterday. MICKEY


Two things are bad for the heart -- running up stairs and running down people.
Bernard M. Baruch

Carl Gardner R&B singer (The Coasters) 80
Keith Baxter Actor 75
Rod McKuen Poet 75
Luis Aparicio Baseball Hall of Famer 74
Otis Rush Blues musician 74
Duane Allen Country singer (The Oak Ridge Boys) 65
Tommy James Singer (The Shondells) 61
Wayne Secrest Country musician (Confederate Railroad) 58
Jerry Seinfeld Actor-comedian 54
Leslie Jordan Actor 53
Kate Mulgrew Actress ("Star Trek: Voyager") 53
Daniel Day-Lewis Actor 51
Michelle Pfeiffer Actress 50
Eve Plumb Actress ("The Brady Bunch") 50
Phil King Rock musician 48
Stephanie Bentley Country singer 45
Carnie Wilson Singer (Wilson Phillips) 40
Andre Agassi Tennis player 38
Uma Thurman Actress 38
James Bonamy Country singer 36
Tommie Harris Football player 25
Zane Carney Actor 23

9 Tips For A Happier, Healthier Life: By Jane Thurnell-Read

It's easy to think you'll be happier and have a better life if only you had a bit more money or could lose a few pounds, but there are more sure-fire ways of achieving a better life. Here are 9 tips to help you on your way.

1. Be grateful: start or end every day by appreciating what you have rather than what you don't have. Make a ritual of it: "I'm grateful for .." Do this 5 times, listing a different thing each time.

2. Put your fork or your sandwich down between mouthfuls. This way you are likely to eat less and enjoy your food more.

3. Talk to a friend - not by email, but over the phone, or better still get together.

4. Sit at the table to eat, but clear the table of bills, things to do, etc. It doesn't help your digestion, if you look at your unpaid bills while you eat.

5. Walk (or jog or run) a little more. You should be taking 10,000 steps a day, but most people are only taking 3,000 to 4,000. Buying a pedometer will help to keep your motivation up.

6. Drink more water. It's good for your skin, helps you to avoid constipation, and may help you to lose weight as we often misinterpret the body's thirst request as a food request.

7. Volunteer to help someone else. Research shows that we live longer and happier lives if we spend time helping others rather than just thinking about ourselves.

8. Have a laugh. Buy yourself a child's joke book, and indulge, or buy a bubble-making machine and run around after the bubbles (this will help you with tip 5 too).

9. Look at the sky. Research has shown that people in hospital make a better recovery if they can see the sky from their hospital beds. Why wait to be ill? Enjoy it now.

Monday, April 28, 2008


A tornado touched in the Southpark Mall area of the city this afternoon. The tornado didn't appear to be no wear near as strong as the last one to hit that same area back in 1993. There is some moderate damage though and there were some minor injuries. There was also some damage to the roof of the field house at the football field. It appears the City of Suffolk has had major damage. MICKEY


I guess everyone was busy this weekend because no one got the answers.

Brain Bruisers
An island
You might think about wine
Named after a child or mother-in-law
Many go...few stay

Martha's Vineyard

Food Trivia
You need some fierce pounding
Think many sides of a square
Used in a "chicken" dish
Two words...4 and 5 letters

Cube Steak

Who keeps locomotives running?

The track coach

No Brain Bruisers question today.

Food Trivia Question
A brandname
A temperature
On your clothes
A pouch


Why did the man put his cash in the freezer?

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Well it looks like if we practice at all today it will be in the cage again. There is a 100% of rain today on top of the rain we already had this weekend. We haven't been able to practice on the field in more than a week because of all the rain we have had, we sure have had our share of dreary days. The New York Rangers are now down 2-0 with the Penguins after yesterdays 2-0 loss, the way the Penguins are playing right now it is going to be extremely difficult to overcome that deficit. Kyle Busch won yesterdays Sprint Cup race at Talladega beating Juan Montoya back to the line to pick up the win, Jeff Burton still leads the points standings by 29 over Kyle Busch, 79 over Dale Jr. and 99 over Denny Hamlin. Kyle Busch has quickly become the #1 driver in the Joe Gibbs Racing stable. My sinuses are much better this morning mainly because I didn't go outside to much yesterday but I turned my left foot and it is a bit sore. In some tragic news here from CH a toddler drowned last night in there backyard swimming pool. MICKEY

Our lives improve only when we take chances -- and the first and most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with ourselves.
Walter Anderson

Frame of life
The way you frame your life has a major impact on the way your life unfolds. The way you see yourself and your place in the world determines who you truly are.

The unstated assumptions upon which you rely are constantly exerting their influence. Your deepest, most sincere feelings about life have a way of coloring every circumstance.

The events in your world do not just happen without reason or source. They are driven by your most fundamental expectations of how you will find life to be.

In each small moment and in every large undertaking, your frame of life sets the stage. So choose to frame your life with love, with respect, with beauty, grace and a focus on the most magnificent possibilities.

The way you see the world determines the kind of world you see. So decide to assume, expect and look for the very best you can imagine.

Live with a positive, enthusiastic and thankful frame of life. And within that empowering frame, you will create a masterpiece that grows more beautiful with each moment.
-- Ralph Marston

James A. Baker III Former secretary of state 78
Ann-Margret Singer, actress 67
Marcia Strassman Actress ("Welcome Back, Kotter") 60
Paul Guilfoyle Actor ("CSI") 59
Jay Leno Talk show host ("The Tonight Show") 58
Chuck Leavell Rock musician 56
Kim Gordon Rock musician (Sonic Youth) 55
Mary McDonnell Actress 55
Barry Larkin Baseball player 44
John Daly Golfer 42
Too Short Rapper 42
Simbi Khali Actress ("3rd Rock from the Sun") 37
Bridget Moynahan Actress 37
Chris Young Actor 37
Jorge Garcia Actress ("Lost") 35
Elisabeth Rohm Actress ("Law and Order") 35
Penelope Cruz Actress 34
Nate Richert Actor ("Sabrina the Teenage Witch") 30
Jessica Alba Actress ("Dark Angel") 27
Aleisha Allen Actress 17

Sunday, April 27, 2008




Well I went out to see Andrew's LL team play yesterday afternoon and after 2 hours of action the game ended in a 8-8 ties. Andrew had 1 hit in the game and also made a very nice catch on a ball that he caught behind 1st base and was able to double up the runner who was going to 2nd and couldn't get back to the base in time. Andrew's team is scheduled to play again this afternoon at 4pm but there is a pretty good chance of rain today. I have posted a link below to the photos Al took at yesterdays game. The New York Rangers will try to even there series up at 1 today when they meet the Penguins at 2pm today, the Rangers have to find a way to slow down the Penguins potent offensive attack. Tony Stewart won yesterdays Nationwide race at Talladega avoiding the big wreck and holding off David Stremme for the win, hopefully there won't be big one in todays race. Next week NASCAR traveling circuit will be at the Richmond International Raceway. My PAIN index remains a bit on the high side this morning because I ran outside and cut the grass yesterday morning which caused me take in a bit to much pollen and there is mosquito in the house which has bit me a few times and he is still on the lose. I have enclose a photo that somebody posted on the OBX messageboard that they took Friday while flying over Oregon Inlet. MICKEY


To have a good friend is one of the highest delights in life; to be a good friend is one of the noblest and most difficult undertakings.

Jack Klugman Actor ("The Odd Couple," "Quincy") 86
Anouk Aimee Actress 76
Casey Kasem Radio announcer 76
Judy Carne Actress 69
Judith Blegen Opera singer 67
Cuba Gooding R&B singer 64
Ann Peebles R&B singer 61
Kate Pierson Rock singer (B-52s) 60
Herbie Murrell R&B singer (The Stylistics) 59
Douglas Sheehan Actor 59
Ace Frehley Rock musician (Kiss) 57
Herm Edwards NFL head coach 54
Sheena Easton Singer, actress 49
James Le Gros Actor 46
Mica Paris R&B singer 39
Chris Carpenter Baseball player 33

Tips to Manage Stress by Susan Creal, M.S.Ed
Do you suffer from?
• Poor concentration and increased irritability
• Drinking excess caffeine or alcohol or smoking more
• Not being able to sleep well
• Palpitations of the heart, a ‘lump’ in the throat or stomach or dry mouth
• Always feeling like something needs to be done and that you cannot simply sit and relax
• Fatigue
• Headaches
• Cravings for sweets or other carbohydrates
• Aches and pains
• Are you sick more often than you would like?

Do any of these symptoms pertain to you? Have you been ignoring them and hoped they would simply disappear? Read to learn some tips on how to keep them at bay?

For starters, I am a firm believer in getting your exercise. Make sure it is part of your life. If it is impossible to fit it in everyday, then fit it in at least 3-4 times per week. Your body will thank you for it! Getting at least 20-30 minutes of walking, running, weight training, yoga.. Etc. will make you feel increasingly better while your stress levels decrease. Schedule it in your weekly planner and stick to the appointment!

Keeping a diary is also VERY therapeutic. In the diary, write about the times, places and events where people tend to make you feel stressed. What was the circumstance? Why did the event make you feel stressed? Analyze your entries after a few days and try to see it there is a pattern forming. Are the triggers personality conflicts? Have you been asked to do too much? Are there time pressures? Once identified, you can implement the appropriate strategies to lessen your stress levels.

Try talking with a friend! Getting out what is bothering you is also incredibly helpful. Venting to someone who will truly listen is incredibly valuable.

Schedule breaks in your day. If you know your day will be hectic from morning until night, get up 15-20 minutes earlier and begin your day slowly. Take a walk, do some stretching, yoga, meditation, journaling…anything that will set your mind in a positive frame set.

Understand what it means to relax. Many people don’t understand how to do this. Deep breathing techniques are incredibly helpful. Try slowly inhaling while counting to five; hold your breath for five seconds, then breath out slowly. Repeat this up to 10 times when stress levels are rising! Your body will love the relief it gets!

Take mini stretch breaks! If you are at a desk all day, take a walk down the hall and stop and stretch your body. If you can’t leave your desk and are in need of instantaneous stress relief, try keeping your shoulders level ant try to touch each shoulder with your ear. Look right, up at the ceiling, down at the floor and then rotate each shoulder in a circle. Repeat this about 5 times. Open and close your jaw widely after each time. Stress can cause tension in the jaw area.

For a full body release, try tensing all of the muscles in your body simultaneously, hold for 5 seconds and then release. Feel every muscle tighten up..your eyes, your cheeks, your stomach, your biceps..etc. Squeeze and hold and then release while exhaling.

One last tip to help you is to GET ORGANZIED! Things tend to be tossed everywhere and inevitably important items get misplaced which adds more stress! If you get organized or de-clutter your workspace, you will feel more in control. Clutter creates confusion and a sense of loss of power. You don’t need that right now!! Take the few minutes it takes to tidy up a bit.

Saturday, April 26, 2008


The Colonial Heights Colonials played a much better game last night at Matoaca bust still came out on the short end of a 6-3 score. We just didn't hit to well when we had runners in scoring position and Matoaca made the most of there opportunities, Daniel Falls went 3-5 for the Colonials and made very nice catch for the Colonials in a losing effort. The CH softball team lost 4-2 and the boys soccer team fell 4-0 and the girls soccer team played to a 2-2 tie with Matoaca. The New York Rangers blew a 3-0 lead in game 1 of there best of 7 series with the Penguins and lost 5-4, the Penguins might just have to much offense for the Rangers to stop. Andrews LL team will be back in action today Noon at Ironbridge Park on field #4 and they will be playing the Cubs. They will qualify this morning for Sundays Sprint Cup race at Talladega, maybe JR can break his losing streak this weekend. MICKEY


He that will be angry for anything will be angry for nothing. Sallust

1803 - Over 2,300 meteorite stones, weighing between one quarter ounce and 20 pounds, rained down on the people of L’Aigle in northeastern France. The meteorites poured down along an 8-mile-long strip in this little town, 100 miles west of Paris. No one was hurt; but it was the first time scientists could verify that stones could come from outer space.
1921 - Weather broadcasts were heard for the first time on radio when WEW in St. Louis, MO aired weather news. Weather forecasts continue to be the top reason why people listen to radio; rating higher than music, news, sports and commercials! A sunny day to you wherever you may be on the planet...
1932 - Ed Wynn was heard on radio’s Texaco Star Theater for the first time. Wynn, a popular vaudeville performer, demanded a live audience to react to his humor if he was to make the switch to radio. The network consented and Wynn became radio’s first true superstar. He would later make the switch to TV.
1952 - Patty Berg set a new record for major women’s golf competition. She shot a 64 over 18 holes in a tournament in Richmond, California.
1964 - The Boston Celtics wrapped up an unprecedented sixth consecutive NBA championship. The Celtics still had two more crowns to win, however, before the string would come to an end.
1970 - The musical, Company, opened on Broadway. It ran for 705 performances before parting company with appreciative audiences at the Alvin Theatre in New York City. Company starred Elaine Stritch.
1978 - An updated version of Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper appeared on television. In the lead role (his first TV special), was former Beatle, Ringo Starr. He sang new versions of Act Naturally, Yellow Submarine and With a Little Help from My Friends. No tellin’ what Mark Twain might have said...
1987 - Tennis star Chris Evert won her 150th career tennis tournament. She beat Martina Navratilova in Houston, Texas.

Carol Burnett Actress-comedian 75
Duane Eddy Rock musician 70
Maurice Williams R&B singer 70
Bobby Rydell Singer 66
Gary Wright Rock singer 65
Giancarlo Esposito Actor 50
Roger Taylor Rock musician (Duran Duran) 48
Joan Chen Actress 47
Chris Mars Rock musician 47
Michael Damian Actor, singer 46
Jet Li Actor 45
Kevin James Actor, comedian ("King of Queens") 43
Marianne Jean-Baptiste Actress ("Without a Trace") 41
Joe Caverlee Country musician (Yankee Grey) 40
Jay DeMarcus Country musician (Rascal Flats) 37
Michael Jeffers Country musician (Pinmonkey) 36
Jose Pasillas Rock musician (Incubus) 32
Tom Welling Actor ("Smallville") 31
Marnette Patterson Actress 28
Jordana Brewster Actress 28
Channing Tatum Actor 28
Aaron Meeks Actor 22

Friday, April 25, 2008


Louise you did it. You got the riddle and the brain bruiser. YEAH! Everyone have a good weekend. I hope I do.

Food Trivia

Could be a first or last name
A term of endearment
Thomas' English Muffin

Brain Bruisers
A famous couple
First got together in 1961
Split in 2004...back together in 2006
Many...Many...No breath
Barbie and Ken

How are tough teachers like umpires?

They both penalize you for errors

Brain Bruisers Question
An island
You might think about wine
Named after a child or mother-in-law
Many go...few stay
Food Trivia Question
You need some fierce pounding
Think many sides of a square
Used in a "chicken" dish
Two words...4 and 5 letters
Who keeps locomotives running?
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The Colonial Colonials fell to Prince George last night 8-1 at Shepherd Stadium. PG broke the game open in the 3rd inning scoring 6 runs while the Colonials only run game in the 5th inning on a B.J. Solomon HR. The Colonials just didn't play well last night at all. CH will be at 1st place Matoaca tonight at 6pm. The CH girls soccer team won 1-0 last night and CH boys soccer team also won against PG 3-1 while the softball team fell 11-1 to PG. The Thomas Dale Knights beat Meadowbrook last night 17-1 to remain tied with Matoaca for the top spot in CD. The New York Rangers will be in Pittsburgh tonight for game 1 of there best of 7 series with the Penguins, GO RANGERS. The Nascar Sprint Cup Series will be at Talladega this weekend. The weather will continue to be nice the next few days with highs in the mid to upper 80's but he humidity will also be increasing the next couple of days as well. HAVE A NICE DAY. MICKEY



Dreams that do come true can be as unsettling as those that don't.
Brett Butler

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Jerry Leiber Songwriter 75
Al Pacino Actor 68
Stu Cook Rock musician (Creedence Clearwater Revival) 63
Bjorn Ulvaeus Singer (ABBA) 63
Talia Shire Actress 62
Steve Ferrone Rock musician (The Heartbreakers) 58
Rob Crosby Country singer, songwriter 54
Hank Azaria Actor 44
Andy Bell Rock singer (Erasure) 44
Jane Clayson TV host 41
Gina Torres Actress 39
Jason Lee Actor ("My Name is Earl") 38
Jason Wiles Actor ("Third Watch") 38
Emily Bergl Actress 33
Tim Duncan Basketball player 32
Marguerite Moreau Actress 31
Renee Zellweger Actress 29
Jacob Underwood Singer 28

Gratitude: Acknowledgment By Cynthia Morris

Imagine getting a glass of water and as you fill it, water leaks out of holes in the glass. How much more effort would it take to quench your thirst and fill your belly than if you had a glass that is intact?

A similar leakage happens when we do not take the time to fill our own well with acknowledgment of our progress. As we make our way toward completion of our goals, whether it is writing a book, building a web site, or raising a healthy child, we may forget to pause along the way and refresh ourselves with acknowledgments.

What difference does this kind of pause make in our success? More than you would imagine. Most of us are accustomed to being hard on ourselves, noticing how we could have done more. By stopping to reflect on what we have done, we are better able to absorb the learning of our work. We see what we are capable of and are thus ready for the next step. If we do not do this regularly, we risk having a constant thirst for more. We burn ourselves out because we can get caught in a cycle of never getting there. The pause in the journey is encouraging, empowering and fuels us for more.

Acknowledging my clients for what they do and who they are is one of the best parts of my job. I get to see people's intention gel into action. When I recognize them for what they did and who they were being as they did it, they often are surprised to hear it and would not have noticed the accomplishment by themselves.

I invite clients to practice acknowledgment by keeping a log of weekly actions. As the week progresses, or at the end of the week, they take time to write down what they accomplished. I do this myself and have been amazed at how helpful this simple tool can be. When we go for large goals, it is vital that we note the landscape along the way. Often people do this by looking at their weekly to do list and noticing what they have checked off. But I find that doing a separate list, with a title like "What I accomplished this week" carries more weight than a to do list that you will then throw away.

I cannot stress enough how important this small action can be to your success. Try it for a few weeks and notice the impact.

Challenge: Stop today and notice what you have accomplished during the last week. Write down the steps you have taken, no matter how small. When you have your list complete, look at the big picture. What qualities or skills did you use to accomplish these tasks? What reward will you give yourself for coming this far?

Thursday, April 24, 2008


Way to go Scott you got the riddle. See some of you at the baseball game today.
You can see that I need Al to take the pictures of Andrew.


Brain Bruiser
Today it's romantic
In the 19th century it was necessary
Four spinning circles being pulled
Horse Drawn Carriage

Trivia Question
Fold it and seal it

Eight letters with two words in one
A service at a business
Usually Baked

Where do mummies go swimming?

The Dead Sea


Food Trivia Question
Could be a first or last name
A term of endearment

Brain Bruisers Question
A famous couple
First got together in 1961
Split in 2004...back together in 2006
Many...Many...No breath


How are tough teachers like umpires?