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Posted on: January 23, 2008 4:21 pm
 

Kentucky Has Some Life Left

I know I should probably curb my enthusiasm but it's been a rough season so far and this might be my last best chance to get excited. I didn't get home from work untill about 7 minutes to go in the second half but I got to see the end of the game. I haven't watched every game this year but it was the best I have seen them look all year. I have been telling myself that we were not going to come close to sniffing the NCAA's all year...but now? I seriously think that if they can go 10-6 or 11-5 in the SEC which is a good possibility if they continue to play like they did last night and win at least 2 SEC tournament games we should get in. I really hope we get in, it will be devastating not to make the tournament. I was not on board with the Gillespie hiring in the first place, I would have liked to have seen Travis Ford get a chance, but that is in the past now and I hope Billy proves me wrong and brings us six or seven  titles while he is here.

I can remember in years past when there would have been no way in hell I would have been at work when UK was playing a huge game with UT, while there recent decline has helped me out in the fact that I am no longer out of Vacation come April, it is distressing that I don't seem to HAVE to watch games anymore. Lets go UK, build off of that awsome victory last night and make me start pissing away vacation days to cheer you on!

Posted on: January 22, 2008 6:15 pm
 

Heath Ledger Found Dead

I just heard about this at work while browsing the internet. I then began to wonder if I would always recall when and where I was when I heard of his death, a good chance I will now that I have written about it. No offense intended but if I hadn't wrote about it I seriously doubt it would have a lasting sting to me personally, when I told a fello co-worker who then asked me who he was I could only think of two movies off the top of my head that he had been in and I had only seen one of them, and NO it wasn't Brokeback Mountain. That was one of the two I thought of but not the one I had seen, the one I had seen was 10 Things I Hate About You. Now I am not sure why I recalled that film and not some others he has been in but that also led me on this thought of memory and what we remember and why. I know in my life I can remeber a number of famous people whom upon hearing of their death I felt actual honest to God grief, even though I had never met them, and for that reason knew I would never be able to forget the circumstances surrounding my finding out of there departures. Kurt Cobain was one; Joey Ramone, Derrick Thomas, Chris Farley, and Hunter S. Thompson were others. It is strange that in this day and age that total strangers can be such a powerful part of your life that you have true grief for them when they are gone. To all those distraught over the death of Heath Ledger I offer my sympathy.
Posted on: January 21, 2008 7:44 pm
 

HAAAH - CHOO!!!

Oh my God, does it suck to be sick. I have to blow my nose every 2 minutes, my eyes are watering so bad people keep asking me why I am crying, I have coughed so much that my throat feels like sandpaper, and for some reason whenever I get sick I get heartburn that could put down a grizzly bear. That would all be horrible enough but when you add the fact that I have to come into work with it on a holiday...well maybe there are some tears in that eye watering. I can’t wait to get out of here and go to the store for some drugs that will probably not work. I have not found cold medicine yet that really works, yet every time I get a cold I go out and spend around 20 dollars on some. If anybody thinks they have the shizz-nit as far as cold medicines go please tell me. Well its lunch time I think I’ll go try to find somewhere to lie down, I wish I had a nap desk like George on Seinfeld.<o:p></o:p>

Category: General
Tags: cold, medicine, sick, work
 
Posted on: January 18, 2008 11:42 am
 

For Boston

I am beginning to think that Boston must be God's favorite city. Lets face it they have probably the best shot of anyone in history to sweep all four major sport championships. I know I am looking ahead quite a bit, not really though the Red Sox have done their part. New England is not going to be stopped, the Celtics will certainly be there at the end. The Boston Bruins will have to get hot but that is certainly possible, and even if they don't get it done 3 out of 4 isn't bad. Either way it is a great time to be a fan of the city or any of their teams. It is the sports capitol of America.

If all that isn't enough the city has also produced the best band of all time, The Dropkick Murphys who support their city and their teams like no other. I hope they get all four, the Murphys deserve it.

Posted on: January 17, 2008 9:15 am
 

So This Blog Site Is Pretty Lame

http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.ListAll&friendID=66703213    That is the link to my Myspace blog, there you can see the post that was deemed so reprehensible that the admins had to ride in on their white horses and remove it.

Here is a message I left trying to get an answer:  

I was just wondering if I might have an explenation of why my blog entry was removed by the admin? It was meant to be taken humorously and even if it wasn't there was no explicit language, the post from the previous day was every bit as "bad" as this one yet that post was advertised in a blog from someone with a CBS eye on the main community page. Anyway I think it's kind of stupid to open up a blog site where you police the blogs to this degree, there are plenty of blog sites already available, many where you can cuss like a sailor as well.

In closing I was just wondering if I could get some sort of answer with what was so terrible about my entry, I mean as far as I can tell no one even wasrned me.

So if you ask me they shouldn't have even bothered opening a blog if theyre going to run it like the nazis.

Category: General
Posted on: January 15, 2008 5:14 pm
Edited on: January 16, 2008 6:32 pm
 

Mr and Mrs. Manning???

Let me startout by saying that I am not a fan of Peyton Manning if that upsets you I suggest you do not continue reading because I have nothing remotely good to say about him. I don't think I will be to harsh on him right off but who knows this is just kinda stream of consciensous stuff. I am sure that is spelled wrong but I don't even want to try to cut and paste from Word I mean after all this is still CBS. Anywho I did not even realize untill a few weeks ago that Peyton was married, I was at a Christmas party and one of my numerous relatives who are of course Colts fans told me the joyous news. I was imediately perplexed, who was this person? Why had I not seen any photos? What was there to hide? I made quite a few jokes at the party about it being Eli in a wig and sundress but that was just to upset my own personal "Colts nation". I honestly wanted to know who this woman was and where he keeps her, I had an image in my head of Buffalo Bill yelling down the hole that "it puts the lotion on the skin". That couldn't be possible though, could it? He doesn't have some bound and gagged woman down a well, that he wants to make a suit out of does he?.......Thats all for now mabey more tommorrow.
Category: General
 
 
 
 
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