Anybody have soap-on-a-rope I can borrow?

Alright, full disclosure. If you didn't figure it out from the picture to the left, I'm not going to actual jail. I'm proud to say I have a clean record outside of a few speeding tickets. The jail I'm going to on Wednesday will be set up inside RiRa Irish Pub at the Casino Aztar District in downtown Evansville and will be solely focused on raising money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

I will admit, that when I got the call a few weeks ago, I freaked out a bit. The lady on the other end of the line began the conversation with, "Mr. O'Bryan, I calling to let you know that there is a warrant out for your arrest." I let out a nervous laugh and asked her to repeat herself. That's when she chuckled, introduced herself as a representative for the MDA and that my General Manager had volunteered me to be arrested for the MDA.

As far as jail experiences go, this one should be cake. I'll head to RiRa at 11am to turn myself in so to speak and immediately begin calling, texting, Facebooking, tweeting, e-mailing, begging, and pleading with everyone I can think of in an effort to raise $2,800 in bail money that will go directly to the MDA to help fund their continued research and treatment.

The nice thing is that I don't have to wait until I get locked up to start collecting bail money. The MDA has made it super easy for you to make a donation online. All you have to do is visit the MDA Lock-Up website and make your donation using your credit or debit card. $30 funds one flu shot, while $74 funds one minute of research. The more you donate, the more funding you provide the MDA, and the sooner I become a free man.