Money to Burn Poll Should You Buy Joe Pescis Album

first_imgStay on target Money to Burn: Should You Buy Mac Tonight Merch?Money to Burn Poll: Should You Buy a Resident Evil 4 Chainsaw Controller? Who doesn’t love Joe Pesci? From Raging Bull to Goodfellas to Lethal Weapon, Pesci is one of our greatest living character actors. He’s a key part of the strong Italian-American influence on some of our most important films. But even though Pesci is great of screen, not everybody gets to be a triple threat.In 1968, before really appearing in any movies, Pesci released his debut album Little Joe Sure Can Sing!, a collection of pop song covers. It wasn’t a hit and Pesci then went on to have an illustrious film career. However, 30 years later in 1998 Pesci released his second album for some reason.Theoretically a follow-up to his beloved role in 1992’s My Cousin Vinny, Vincent LaGuardia Gambini Sings Just For You has Pesci performing in character. In the song “Wiseguy” he combines Mafia gangster sensibilities with gangsta rap. The chorus is the phrase “It’s the bitches that’ll get yas.” This is a real thing. The following year Pesci semi-retired from acting to pursue a musical career. But while he hasn’t appeared in many movies since, he also hasn’t put out any other albums that we’ve been able to find.You can download Vincent LaGuardia Gambini Sings Just For You digitally on services like iTunes, but something so weird is surely worth owning physically forever. Should you buy Joe Pesci’s album if you have Money to Burn? Let us know! Should You Buy Joe Pesci’s Album?Yes (Money!)No (Burn!)VoteView ResultsCrowdsignal.comShould You Buy Joe Pesci’s Album?Money to Burn is’s ongoing series of polls. We put up a geeky auction or sales listing, talk about it, and leave it up to you whether or not the physical item is worth buying (Money) or is just cheap trash (Burn). And of course you should leave a comment explaining your rationale. Then be sure to keep coming back to to vote in the latest poll. Dispose of that income, you dorks!last_img read more

Animal Control Looking for Exotic Pet Cat On the Loose in Virginia

first_img“It’s likely he’s had his fair share of seagulls along the way,” Conti said. “He has a level of sociability, but its instincts don’t go away. It’s still a wild cat and has all the ability to take care of himself.”The cat was spotted near First Landing State Park in Virginia Beach Wednesday morning and Animal Control officials have identified paw prints as his.“We know he’s in the area,” Conti said. “We’re in contact with the owner and we’re putting out humane traps to try and capture him.” Hankins is said to be traveling to Virginia Beach to help Animal Control locate the cat.Although Hankins said Rocky is “very friendly,” officials are urging people not to approach or interact with it. Anyone who sees Rocky is asked to call Animal Control dispatch at 757-385-5000.More on 41-Pound Feline Wonder Is Up for Adoption in NYCWatch: Flamingo Hold Up Airplane on Airport RunwayThis Giant Technicolor Squirrel That Can Jump 20 Feet Is New Instagram Star The cat  was wearing two collars with a GPS tracker, but the batteries have since died, Hankins said.Rocky is apparently known for his frequent escapes. His last escape was six months before this latest outing, and it lasted a few months, according to the Outer Banks Voice.Animal Control supervisor Meghan Conti told the Associated Press Rocky likely traveled up the Atlantic Coast and ate a fair share of seagulls along the way. The route includes parks and wildlife refuges. Animal control officials are on the hunt for a big African pet cat on the loose in Virginia Beach.The serval cat, named “Rocky,” actually roamed from his owner’s house on North Carolina’s Outer Banks to Virginia Beach, a distance of about 80 miles.The cat’s owner, Brian Hankins told Virginia Beach Animal Control that Rocky has been missing since October, the Virginian-Pilot reported. Hankins said Rocky can walk up to 20 miles a day.Rocky is a serval cat, native to Africa, that can grow anywhere from 20 to 40 pounds, standing as high as 23 inches, according to the African Wildlife Foundation. With spotted markings like a leopard or cheetah, he stands out as very unusual. Stay on target Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferWatch: Deep-Sea Octopus ‘Billows Like a Circus Tent’ last_img read more