Blog Entry

Entry Numero Uno

Posted on: January 15, 2008 8:52 pm

Welcome.  These blogs will usually have absolutely no relevance to sports, as I will leave these to the Message Boards, but since this is a special entry, I will make an exeption here.

  • I watch the Congressional Hearings and wonder why Congress is wasting their time with the MLB.  I mean, it's not like there's a war going on right now, or there are bigger moral issues to worry about.  I mean, geez.  These people are represting us to keep our country the best in the world, and they are worrying him about BASEBALL.
  • I'm watching American Idol (to see people make fools of themselves, I'm done after auditions), and this girl on right now says she's a LB.  I'm sad as I listen to her story, but I have to say it.  She is way too big for MLB, and she is not a good singer.
  • It seems like all I do, all day, is argue with my peers about colleges.  One of the people I'm with is a Notre Dame fan like me, then there's a Duke fan, a UNC fan, and a USC fan.  I think you see the problem.  Two different rivalries, two different arguements going at once.  D.J., the USC fan, throws out names like Reggie Bush and Matt Lienart (throwing out recent names like that proves he's a fair-weather fan), so I throw out names like Joe Montana, Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, ect., and I end the arguement with two words.  "O.J., Simpson." Meanwhile, the other two are trying to figure out one NBA HOF'er from Duke and if Vince Carter is worth anythin in the Duke/UNC argument.
  • I have made a list of lines from TV shows (mostly from Rules of Engagement) that I want to use in everyday life.  Two that I have been able to use are "Okay, this metaphor is falling apart," and "Don't play dumb with me, because that is a battle you cannot win."

And that's about it.


Since: Aug 23, 2007
Posted on: January 16, 2008 12:02 am

Entry Numero Uno

That line about dumbness is classic.

I also have never seen a list of taglines so well done. Kudos.

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