Thursday, August 31, 2006

Its Not Often That I Will Praise Newspapers...

Especially the Denver Post, but this writer got an awesome one from Javon Walker...

Bill Williamson, of the Denver Post, reports after watching the Green Bay Packers play their preseason game Monday, Aug. 28, Denver Broncos WR Javon Walker is very happy to be away from the Packers and with the Broncos. "Obviously, we have a chance to be a Super Bowl team," Walker said Wednesday, Aug. 30. "Obviously, they have a chance to win four games."

Well played, Walker, Denver Reciever.

My Blog On The Facebook?

I like to keep my blog one of my best kept secrets, so who knows how long I'll keep it on the That said, well done, facebook. I'm impressed that you are allowing blog stuff now. Pretty sweet (albiet simple) stuff.

Even though I'm not in college anymore, you keep dragging me back, me back...

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

You Know What Makes Me Laugh?

Have you heard Pink's recent radio commercial? It is some blah blah commercial advertising her song "Who Knew?". Altoghether worthless, until right at the end when she says: "Who Knew?" from "I'm Not Dead." Who knew you weren't dead, indeed.

Monday, August 28, 2006

College Football

Did I mention college football? Check out this run - it is gonna be so much fun rolling the Big 12 North this year (I have seen too many goal posts come down over the last 4)...

Sunday, August 27, 2006

Snakes on my 24

Sorry, I didn't realize that I would enter my annual college football coma earlier than I thought. Anyway...

Snakes on a Plane might just be one of the best movie theater experiences I have ever had. The movie was okay to good, but the theater was crazy. People were yelling and hissing. It was awesome, made seeing the movie totally worth while. It was easily the second rowdiest movie theater experience I have ever been to (behind a sceening of Baby Boy I once saw in San Antonio, easily one of the top "I'm a white minority right now and that's not good at all" moments of my life. Anyway, Sankes will be fun with a bunch of people in a goofy atmosphere or in a rowdy theater, not as a date movie.

Also, 24 the second time around is awesome - Bauer mystifies me and I think my hatred for the bad guys only grows the second time around.

Meanwhile, my new dog is trying to eat my lappy. Nothing like a crappy LCD screen.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

More Preperation For The Snakes

Check out this video. It is the winner of a contest: Blanks On A Blank, where people were given a random animal on a random vehicle and told to make a movie about it. The winner was:

Racoons on a Space Shuttle

Snizil Izzles

I'm going to go see Snakes on a MOTHER FUCKING Plane tonight at 10. I'll have more for you later (prolly tomorrow) with a review.

Meanwhile, watch this interview where Jon Stewart acts like a teenage girl meeting Ashton Kutcher or someone like that.

Also, I might be getting a dog.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Something That Annoys Me... this guy's picutre.

It's on that facebook flyer ad on the side. Not a great idea on the flyer, but I could care less about that. What I really don't like is that guy's face. I want to punch him. Hopefully, I will have that chance someday.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006


Thank you everyone for helping me have an excellent birthday and all of the Happy Birthdays. I don't even have anything funny to say.

Monday, August 07, 2006


I turn 23 today - I'm not too old yet, but I'm getting there. The birthdays between 21 and 25 are just milemarkers until you can rent a car without paying a damn fee. Who can complain about cake and ice cream though. Your birthday may be the only day of the year where you can eat as much as you want and act like a jackass and get away with it.

Anyway, I know you're all asking, who is lucky enough to share a birthday with me?
- Charlize Theron (1975)
- David Duchovny (1960)

Well, that list isn't all that impressive (there's more people, I either just don't know who they are or don't know that their birthday is August 7th.), so I thought I'd share a message that sent me for my birthday:

Hey! 21/f I have cams/pix online at if you want to chat sometime!

Exactly what I wanted. Thanks, aixfvjbeisr.

Pop Ice

I love pop ice - you know those long, thin popsicles that are frozen and full of sugary deliciousness. I could go on, but I believe that some random dude on the internet says it best (well, ok not best, but pretty good and I'm too lazy to write a better one):

One and a half ounces
of sweetness
of frozen, syrupy sweetness
slipping between my lips.

Cool this warm night;
numb my tongue
and turn it blue
or red
or green.

I cannot stop at one;
I have another
and soon,
brain freeze
forehead throbbing
yet I cannot stop.

Pleasure and pain
frosty and sugary
the freezer is empty
I'll have to buy more
Pop Ice.

An Ode to Pop Ice

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Stephen Colbert... one of the funniest men on television. That is all.

Colbert Vs. The Morning Shows:

Colbert & Lee Terry:

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Random Sporting News

Thank God Barry Collier is leaving Nebraska. That could not have happened soon enough. Barry staying could have cost us a streaky Austrailian, (However, Barry reportedly had plans to go watch Maric and swim with him and another streaky Austrailian center, Luc Longley, in the Indian Ocean - so maybe they're on better terms), our best asset (White) and another spanking by Creighton, a school that loves to root against accept during football season. Anyway, good luck and good ridance.

I was gonna post this the other night and then all of the Bomar stuff came out. What an idiot. Turns out this might hurt my boys at NU indirectly as Iowa State might have a chance to beat Oklahoma this year. Might.

Speaking of Nebraska, fall camp started today and I am excited. More on this later, because this should be its own post.

Brian Finneran is hurt. Tore his ACL and is out for the season. Wait, who? Finneran, you know the 3rd string WR from Atlanta who was okay, but not great last year. However, now I know that I need to not draft him in the 11th round of my fantasy draft. That is why I love fantasy football.

I loved Harold Reynolds, specifically, the Harold Reynolds sound clip on the "Sports Bash" on ESPN radio. Both Reynolds and his sound clip will be sorely missed (I assume they can't play it anymore). Honestly, I hope it was differences with production and not sexual harrassment that got him fired. Not beacuse I don't want to think he's trying to score with the help but because I hope someone is standing up to ESPN and telling them how bad their programming is sometimes.

....And Jared Jefferies, 5-year $30 million? -Bush. League. I don't even like the Knicks - in fact I generally root against them. I have Isaiah Thomas' autograph on an all-star game hat from when I was younger. He has been slowly driving the value of that signiture into the ground. Bastard. Isaiah, if I see you in the streets, I'm gonna come at you like a spider monkey.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Car Alarms

Today I had a delicous Chipotle burrito for lunch. Actually, it was a burrito bowl. On a side note Tuesday and Wednesday are one of those buy a burrito get one free down the road deals at Chipotle.

I digress - I was full from my burrito bowl and was getting in the back of my friend's car (by the way: Happy Birthday, Ross), and the car next to me started beeping. I wasn't touching it, I wasn't even looking at it, I was just about two feet from it. Turns out, it was an annoying proximity alarm on a crazy suped (maybe it is souped?) up ghetto truck.

Who uses non-factory car alarms anymore? I mean, do they provide any value? If I hear a car alarm going off, I generally just swear at it because I am pissed off about it annoying me. I definitely don't run to my window, cell-phone in hand ready to call the cops, checking to see if someone is stealing it. Honestly, is there still a business for car alarms? When someone is ranking how they should spend their cash, where does proximity car alarm rank?

If you are wanting to add some crazy stuff to you car, let me help you out - don't get a freaking car alarm. Buy a DVD player or a GPS unit - something that will provide some benefit to you. If someone wants to steal your car, they're going to get it. A stupid proximity alarm isn't going to save it.