After three seasons in the NHL with the California Golden Seals and the Washington Capitals, Pete Laframboise ended his NHL career in 1975 playing for the Pittsburgh Penguins. He then spent four years in the minors before returning to his home town of Ottawa, Canada. He was a versatile player who could perform at centre or left wing, but performed best with his gloves off. That’s the kind of bravado we’re looking at Moqueen’s Mo space. We’re pleased that Pete was able to join us in our efforts to raise funds and awareness for men’s health issues. Thank-you for making the 2012 Movember campaign a great success with all of your support and your generous donations!
Yes, that’s right we’ve pulled off an amazing feat…beyond our wildest dreams. Not even sure how this came about as our latest guest passed away in 2001. We’re still waiting on the DNA testing but this character claims to be Glenn Hughes, the original biker from the Village People, complete with full leather regalia. Glenn's powerful bass voice played an important part in the background lyrics all of the Village People's hits. Now he is playing an important part in our efforts to raise funds and awareness for men’s health issues. Thanks Glenn, or whoever you are, for your support and thanks to
Bill Kanters donated $250.0026 Week(s) Ago
The photos you have shared in your photo gallery are awesome! Look forward to updates.
Roger and Marjorie Macqueen donated $200.0026 Week(s) Ago
Glad to see your recruitment for this year is going well. Love the 'staches on those guys. Maybe you can secure some 80s pop stars next.
Where can you find pleasure, search the world for treasure, learn science, technology?
Where can you begin to make your dreams all come true on the land or on the sea?
Where can you learn to fly, play in sports or skindive, study oceanography?
Sign up for the big band or sit in the grand stand when your team and others meet.
In the Navy, yes, you can sail the seven seas.
In the Navy, yes, you can put your mind at ease.
In the Navy, come on now people, make a stand.
The legal department at the Moqueen Mo space has been working overtime on a Friday to sign new guest stars…and I do mean stars! We are very pleased to announce that the original cowboy from that late 1970’s sensation, The Village People, has joined in to help support men’s health issues. Randy Johnson, who along with his bandmates, found enormous success with Village People hits Y.M.C.A, Macho Man and In The Navy, is still performing and touring. Thanks Randy for your support and thanks to all of you for your generosity.
P.S. have you laughed yet?
Willy Peters donated $50.0026 Week(s) Ago
Keep growing MoQueen!
Cory Cross donated $100.0026 Week(s) Ago
Definitely, one of my favorite wrestlers growing up. Need Nikolai Volkov to join now! Have you tried famous nemesis Sgt. Slaughter to join?
Happy Movember…it is definitely one of my favourite times of the year. First of all thank-you, last year’s Movember campaign was a great success. I was lucky enough to have multiple special guests lending their support to my Mo space and helping spread the word. Your support for my Mo space was so overwhelming that I have been working hard behind the scenes to recruit some new guests in support of the 2012 campaign. The legal department is still working out the contract details on some of them but, as of 11 am MST today, we are happy to announce that the Iron Sheik has joined our team in attempt to raise awareness for men’s health. The Sheik is the greatest Iranian of all time and a legend in the world of professional wrestling. He’s taken time from his busy schedule to lend his support and wants you to know that he’s 100% behind the cause. Oh and thanks to his nemesis, Hans Freudson, the latest victim to be subjected to the dreaded camel clutch.
Thank you to the Iron Sheik and thank you to those of you who have donated. I realize that I won’t be the first request (or the last) for a donation but if you have the inclination and haven’t donated yet please support my Mo space. Regardless, I hope to make you laugh.