Phil Mickelson Reveals How He Got Out of a Traffic Jam at a Guns N’ Roses Show By Helicopter
Professional Golfer Phil Mickelson confirmed a story on Twitter that once in 1992 he went to see a Guns N’ Roses concert and beat a traffic jam by taking a helicopter. A Twitter account with the name Rick Fil-A first brought up the story and Mickelson confirmed the story. Check it out below!
I was in a limo that was stuck in traffic with @PhilMickelson , who called his agent to see if he could get a helicopter to evacuate us.
— Rick Fil-A (@rickspeterson) January 8, 2020
Guns n roses concert 1992. True story
— Phil Mickelson (@PhilMickelson) January 8, 2020
Punk Rock Legend Henry Rollins Appears in LAX Tourism Video
Punk rock icon Henry Rollins has frequently talked about his love of travel. He is now appearing in a series of commercials for the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board. The first of five clips came out today called “Rollins’s Rules.” In each video, the former Black Flag and Rollins Band frontman gives tips and on how to get around Los Angeles, which is one of the biggest cities in America.
The remaining four videos will roll out later this week on Discover L.A.‘s YouTube channel. Rolling Stone reported earlier this week that he will also give viewers a guide to LAX, as he reviews airport check-in, security, customs, baggage, upgrades and more. In the video Rollins states
“I consider myself a citizen of the world,” . “I am out in it often. While I am gone over 162 days a year traveling and touring, my home base is L.A. I spend an inordinate amount of my time at LAX. Here’s a few tips to help you power through and enjoy the ride, even before you board the plane.”