I played my first shuffleboard in Pryor, Oklahoma earlier this year and it’s definitely a fun thing to have around. The game itself takes up a lot of space so it’s rare to find it at most places I go to, but I’d love to have one in my future home.
A report out today states that Billy Mays, long-time pitchman for OxiClean (among other products), died as an indirect result of cocaine use (coupled with a family linage of heart disease). Though Mays was not intoxicated by any substances at the time of his death, it was concluded that he used cocaine in the days […]
Photo: AP Photo/Keith Srakocic At the funeral service for Billy Mays on Friday, July 3, 2009 in Pittsburgh, PA, the pallbearers all donned the iconic blue shirt uniform that Billy Mays made famous through his OxiClean infomercials. The Herald Dispatch has a couple of more photos from the funeral. Photo: AP Photo/ St. Petersburg Times, […]
Click image to see larger version This image and note takes over the OxiClean website today in honor of the late Billy Mays who passed away on Sunday, June 28, 2009 in his sleep.
No, this is not a tribute video. This is the real Billy Mays going through a McDonald’s drive-thru and ordering some food! Such enthusiasm! [via]
Infomercial king, Billy Mays, was found dead this morning after apparently passing away in his sleep. He was 50 years old. The death was very sudden especially since Billy Mays seemed incredibly lively and healthy on Tuesday when he appeared on the Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien. Billy Mays’ son (also named Billy Mays) tweeted […]