Wednesday, May 31, 2006 

Chappelle Show: The Lost Episodes Uncensored


NEW YORK, May 30, 2006 This summer "Chappelle's Show" fans will finally be able to get their hands on the highly anticipated lost episodes. Released via COMEDY CENTRAL Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment, "Chappelle's Show: The Lost Episodes Uncensored" DVD arrives in stores nationwide on Tuesday, July 25 and will also be available at

Tuesday, May 30, 2006 

Carbon Dioxide is our Friend

you prolly heard about this in the news...

"they call it pollution, we call it life"


My Way Power Rangers

Power Rangers spoof/parody from the people that did the "im the juggernaut bitch!" video


juggernaut bitch!

temporary post so that people can watch this video without having to log into youtube. kyle originally posted this - and i would just link there, but the video he posted was taken down.


Third Arm

Baby Born With Third Arm

SHANGHAI, China -- Doctors in Shanghai on Tuesday were considering surgery options for a 2-month-old boy born with an unusually well-formed third arm.

Friday, May 26, 2006 

Monday Night Football

First I read this on ESPN Daily Quickie:

Tony Kornheiser can try to play down the expectations, but the early reviews are in and it is looking like he'll be the big star of the new MNF.

Which made me find look up this article:

New 'MNF' team buckles up

WASHINGTON — Watching the New York Giants play the Washington Redskins, Tony Kornheiser talked about Giant Jeremy Shockey's "jerk factor" and how good Giant Sammy Davis' near-interception was, given he has "only one eye."

A handful of ESPN higher-ups watched Kornheiser, Joe Theismann and Mike Tirico in their first rehearsals Wednesday for the ESPN's three-man booth for Monday NFL games, moving from ABC to ESPN next season. They used the studio of Pardon the Interruption to call a game taped last season. Kornheiser, co-host of ESPN's PTI but a raw rookie on games, made ESPN executive vice presidents John Skipper and John Walsh chortle in the control room. Producer Jay Rothman seemed thrilled: "It was scary good. Good enough to put on the air, right out of the box. We're ecstatic, to be honest."


PC World: 25 Worst Tech Products of All Time

Coming in at #1??? ..... America Online

The 25 Worst Tech Produts of All Time

1) America Online (1989-2006)

How do we loathe AOL? Let us count the ways. Since America Online emerged from the belly of a BBS called Quantum "PC-Link" in 1989, users have suffered through awful software, inaccessible dial-up numbers, rapacious marketing, in-your-face advertising, questionable billing practices, inexcusably poor customer service, and enough spam to last a lifetime. And all the while, AOL remained more expensive than its major competitors. This lethal combination earned the world's biggest ISP the top spot on our list of bottom feeders.

I mean...shit, they listed us worse than Real Player, Windows ME, Microsoft BOB



Courtesy Dan Adams:

Thursday, May 25, 2006 

OSU Fan Enjoys Library Too Much

OSU Fan Enjoys Library Too Much


Bill O'Reilly

O'Reilly: Young Americans "have no idea what's going on" because they "get their news from Jon Stewart"

Summary: Bill O'Reilly asserted that "[m]any Americans ages 18 to 24 have no idea what's going on," stating that they "get their news from [Comedy Central host] Jon Stewart and their point of view from bomb-throwing entertainers." In fact, studies have shown that viewers of Comedy Central's The Daily Show with John Stewart are consistently better informed about current events than consumers of other media, and Daily Show viewers are significantly better educated than viewers of The O'Reilly Factor. Further, consumers of Fox News in general have been found to be significantly more misinformed about current events than consumers of other mainstream media.


SNL: If Gore were President

I posted the YouTube video of this awhile ago, but it was taken down by Evil NBC. has the video available for download though.

Announcer: And now, a message from the President of the United States.

President Al Gore: "Good evening, my fellow Americans. In 2000 when you overwhelmingly made the decision to elect me as your 43rd president, I knew the road ahead would be difficult. We have accomplished so much yet challenges lie ahead.

In the last 6 years we have been able to stop global warming. No one could have predicted the negative results of this. Glaciers that once were melting are now on the attack. As you know, these renegade glaciers have already captured parts of upper Michigan and northern Maine, but I assure you: we will not let the glaciers win.

Right now, in the 2nd week of May 2006, we are facing perhaps the worst gas crisis in history. We have way too much gasoline. Gas is down to $0.19 a gallon and the oil companies are hurting. I know that I am partly to blame by insisting that cars run on trash.

I am therefore proposing a federal bailout to our oil companies because- hey if it were the other way around, you know the oil companies would help us


But I have faith in baseball commissioner George W. Bush when he says, "We will find the steroid users if we have to tap every phone in America!



From Wonkette & Think Progress:

Think Progress >> Desperate for Supporters, Delay turns to Stephen Colbert

DeLay thinks Colbert is so persuasive, he’s now featuring the full video of the interview at the top of the legal fund’s website. And why not? According to the email, Greenwald “crashed and burned” under the pressure of Colbert’s hard-hitting questions, like “Who hates America more, you or Michael Moore?”

Apparently the people at DeLay’s legal fund think that Colbert is actually a conservative. Or maybe they’re just that desperate for supporters.

Here's the video on the Defend Delay Site


Dork Computer People Humor

Girlfriend 6.0 v Wife 1.0

slightly funny for us computer dorks:

Last year a friend of mine upgraded from GirlFriend 6.0 to Wife 1.0 and found that it's a memory hog leaving very little system resources available for other applications. He is now noticing that Wife 1.0 is also spawning Child Processes which are further consuming valuable resources. No mention of this particular phenomena was included in the product brochure or the documentation, though other users have informed him that this is to be expected due to the nature of the application.

Not only that, Wife 1.0 installs itself such that it is always launched at system initialization, where it can monitor all other system activity. He's finding that some applications such as PokerNight 10.3, BeerBash 2.5, and PubNight 7.0 are no longer able to run in the system at all, crashing the system when selected (even though they always worked fine before). During installation, Wife 1.0 provides no option as to the installation of undesired Plug-Ins such as MotherInLaw 55.8 and BrotherInLaw Beta release. Also, system performance seems to diminish with each passing day.



Latest GDub Bushism of the day (there have been a lot lately):

"You never know what your history is going to be like until long after you're gone."—Washington, D.C., May 5, 2006

Wednesday, May 24, 2006 


Boehm hates all my YouTube here's a non YouTube lovefest post - to say that Boehm sucks.

That is all.


Yet another YouTube Post

this commercial is cool

that is all

Tuesday, May 23, 2006 

Just for the hell of it (part 7)


"Did not care for the Godfather"

I can't find the video, but heres the transcript of a hilarious Family Guy scene from 2 weeks ago - blatantly stolen from this site:

Miller's Time: Television - "it insists upon itself"

but hey, only like 3 people read this blog, so im not feeling that bad

Well that’s pretty much all there is to tell kids. The Griffin family history is a rich tapestry. But, since we’re all going to die, there’s one more secret I feel I have to share with you. I did not care for The Godfather.


Did not care for The Godfather.


How can you even say that dad?

Didn’t like, did not like it.

Peter, it’s so good, it’s like the perfect movie.

This is what everyone always says, whenever someone says…

Robert De Niro, Al Pacino…


You never see… ROBERT DUVALL!

Fine, fine actor, did not like the movie.

Why not?

Did not… couldn’t get into it.

Explain yourself, what didn’t you like about it?

It insists upon itself, Lois.


It insists upon itself.

What does that even mean?

Cause it has a valid point to make, it’s insistent!

Cause it takes forever getting in, and you spend, you spend like six and a half hours, and then, you I can’t even get through, I haven’t even seen the ending.

You’ve never seen the ending?

Ah, how can you say you don’t like it if you haven’t even given it a chance?

I agree with Stewie, it’s not really fair.


I’ve tried on three separate occasions to get through it, and I get to the scene where all the guys are sitting around on the easy chairs…

Yes, it’s a great scene, I love that scene.

It’s not a great scene, I have no idea what they’re talking about, it’s like their speaking a different language. That’s where I lose interest and fade away.

They’re speaking Italian!

The language they’re speaking is the language of subtly, something you don’t understand.

I love The Money Pit. That is my answer to that statement.


Well, there you go


I like that movie too.

Monday, May 22, 2006 

SNL: Bush

NBC will have this taken down eventually...prolly within an hour, but if its up, give it a watch:


Another Bushism

Another Bushism of the day
....this made me laugh:

"That's called, 'A Charge To Keep,' based upon a religious hymn. The hymn talks about serving God. The president's job is never to promote a religion."—Showing German newspaper reporter Kai Diekmann the Oval Office, Washington, D.C., May 5, 2006


Gilbert Arenas

yet another post courtesy of Dan Adams...if he started a blog I could just stop this one:

"Go to #7 at the bottom of the page. It continues on the next page.

7. The passion of Gilbert Arenas

It's a little before midnight when Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas enters the practice facility at Washington's Verizon Center. Tossing aside his gray sweat suit, he walks to the right baseline and puts up a shot. Swish. Collecting his own rebound he takes a step to his left and fires again. Swish. Slowly, he makes his way toward the foul line ... and stops shooting. Not yet, he says to himself. "I'm protesting the free throw line," says Arenas. "I'm disappointed in it. I want the free throw line to know, 'Hey, I'm not happy with you right now.'"



GDub reads books? Bushism of the day:

"That's George Washington, the first president, of course. The interesting thing about him is that I read three—three or four books about him last year. Isn't that interesting?"—Showing German newspaper reporter Kai Diekmann the Oval Office, Washington, D.C., May 5, 2006

Friday, May 19, 2006 

White People & Water

so if you know know that I refuse to watch movies about white people and water...perfectly normal rule in my opinion. Poseidon is the perfect example of that type of movie which I refuse to ever watch...i feel like this post from partially details why

**WARNING POSEIDON SPOILER** - though really, why the fuck would you watch this movie???

[Overheard at PopWatch HQ today -- if you're planning to see Poseidon this weekend, you might want to skip this item.]

Editor1 (1:41:11 PM): hey, you saw Poseidon, right?
Editor2 (1:41:21 PM): yep
Editor1 (1:41:34 PM): did we discuss how only the white people live?
Editor2 (1:41:42 PM): OMG…i KNOW
Editor2 (1:41:57 PM): that Freddy Rodriguez scene was HORRIBLE
Editor2 (1:42:07 PM): "Shake him off! Shake him off!"
Editor1 (1:42:09 PM): don't even get me started. I was aghast
Editor2 (1:42:15 PM): after he HELPED THEM FIND A WAY OUT
Editor1 (1:42:35 PM): it's like, "Let him go! He's only a Latino worker!"

more talk if you follow the link
- bc i mean, i wouldn't want to ruin more of Poseidon for you


Just for the hell of it (part 6)

this page is a big collection of all the 80s music available on youtube

Thursday, May 18, 2006 

Just for the hell of it (part 5)

Wednesday, May 17, 2006 

GOP - New Low

i'm still worried about the midterm elections, but news like this is positive:

Confidence In GOP Is At New Low in Poll

Public confidence in GOP governance has plunged to the lowest levels of the Bush presidency, with Americans saying by wide margins that they now trust Democrats more than Republicans to deal with Iraq, the economy, immigration and other issues, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll that underscores the GOP's fragile grip on power six months before the midterm elections.

Dissatisfaction with the administration's policies in Iraq has overwhelmed other issues as the source of problems for President Bush and the Republicans. The survey suggests that pessimism about the direction of the country -- 69 percent said the nation is now off track -- and disaffection with Republicans have dramatically improved Democrats' chances to make gains in November.


No more lost repeats

i guess there won't be a need for this site next year, here's abcs new plan for Lost next year
(from Justin)

Hate Lost Repeats? ABCs solution:

Following a format somewhat resembling Fox's successful treatment of 24, ABC revealed its new fall schedule on Tuesday, vowing to dramatically reduce Lost repeats. The plan calls for Lost to begin the season in its standard Wednesday 8 p.m.CT time slot, but just when the show would typically move into a rerun cycle in the winter, ABC has an alternative up its sleeve.


"So yes, the plan is that Lost will come on in the fall in the first or second week of the season, run for seven episodes and then Day Break will launch into that period and Lost will come back in January or early February and run straight through for the remainder for the season."


Russ Springer throws at Bonds

hahaha this is awesome...Houston pitcher Russ Springer basically tried to hit Barry Bonds 5 times!

(btw, this is why YouTube is awesome. I heard about this on message boards and on sports radio, and normally I'd have to make a point of watching sportscenter to catch this)

Tuesday, May 16, 2006 

Metro Trip Planner

Now available on your phone - when its correct, its a nice way to avoid those 15 min train waits on the weekends

Metro - Mobile Trip Planner


The Real McCoy's

Image from Tony:


Optical Inch

dan adams(3:13:41 PM):
dan adams(3:13:55 PM): after the intro, watch the music video
me(3:52:17 PM): dude is this for real?
dan adams(3:52:21 PM): YES
dan adams(3:52:34 PM): click on the pdf
me(3:52:35 PM): and im just watching the intro
dan adams(3:52:41 PM): oh,that too
dan adams(3:52:42 PM): Ha
me(3:53:54 PM): dude, this shit is crazy (the music video)
dan adams(3:54:00 PM): I know
me(3:54:06 PM): this is def getting posted to my blog
dan adams(3:54:07 PM): I coudlnt believe that was a real ad campaign
dan adams(3:54:08 PM): ha

me(3:57:30 PM): wow this is sooooooooo wrong
me(3:57:33 PM): i just did the "test drive"

Philips Bodygroom

seriously, click on the other stuff on this site like Test Drive, Testimonials and what not, though it did make me incredibly uncomfortable



can i turn this blog from a YouTube an AOL UnCut lovefest?????????

I love how much we copy (aim pages, aol phoneline, now aol UnCut...hey, at least we copy good/popular stuff)

AOL to Release YouTube Clone


I was going to embed a random aol uncut video in here...actually it was gonna be of a tornado that was recored at the aol campus, except at the beginning of the video some girl keeps yelling "holy shit!!"...and aol uncut isn't as cool as YouTube and so when you embed the video, it starts playing as soon as you load the basically, if you loaded my page, youd hear a shrieking females voice say "holy shit!" which i assume some of you may not have liked....

oh but heres the link to the video anyway

Monday, May 15, 2006 

CNN - President Bush rehearsing

kinda funny, cnn messed up and cut to President Bush early as he was practicing his speech


Phone Number Tracking

(from slashdot)

Does this not seem incredibly f'ed up? an abuse of power?

Federal Source to ABC News: We Know Who You're Calling

A senior federal law enforcement official tells ABC News the government is tracking the phone numbers we (Brian Ross and Richard Esposito) call in an effort to root out confidential sources.

"It's time for you to get some new cell phones, quick," the source told us in an in-person conversation.

ABC News does not know how the government determined who we are calling, or whether our phone records were provided to the government as part of the recently-disclosed NSA collection of domestic phone calls.

Other sources have told us that phone calls and contacts by reporters for ABC News, along with the New York Times and the Washington Post, are being examined as part of a widespread CIA leak investigation.


Why I Hate Brian

really...its why we all hate Brian:
(keep in mind that hes 5 hours ahead of us)

brian (2:30:01 PM): dude my life is spiralling out of control
brian (2:30:05 PM): i just showered for the first time today
me (2:30:21 PM): eh
me (2:30:33 PM): that doesnt signal spiralling out of control to me
brian (2:30:36 PM): i was in and out of consciousness all day long, starting at about 1:30pm when i woke up and got out of bed
brian (2:30:58 PM): only in the past half hour did i get my ass on the move, cuz stella called and said she was ready to come over for dinner, so i had to really get up
me (2:31:11 PM): just sounds like a lazy ass day
brian (2:31:21 PM): yes, but um, this happens a majority of the week now
brian (2:31:38 PM): i stopped going to class altogether. i'm not going to a single one till the end of the semester on june 10
me (2:31:51 PM): why
brian (2:31:56 PM): i can't make it to 12pm rugby practices
me (2:32:05 PM): are you on drugs or something
me (2:32:08 PM): stop being a lazy fuck
brian (2:32:09 PM): ha i wish
brian (2:32:18 PM): the only thing i go to is sailing class every wednesday night
me (2:32:44 PM): i feel like i want to post this on my blog
me (2:32:46 PM): with the title
me (2:32:48 PM): "why i hate brian"
brian (2:32:59 PM): hahaha
me (2:33:07 PM): in fact, i think i will
brian (2:33:20 PM): a productive day for me nowadays is when i download and sort a lot of music
me (2:33:43 PM): and youre still gonna get good grades
me (2:33:45 PM): and a nice ass job
me (2:33:47 PM): and be rich
me (2:33:48 PM): arent you
me (2:33:52 PM): god damn i hate you
brian (2:34:03 PM): no i dont' care about grades anymore, i think i might get straight Bs
brian (2:34:33 PM): cuz i got one B and since that happened, out went the dean's list, which means now i have NO incentive since our school doesn't release grades
brian (2:35:04 PM): oh and the other day, i found a 50 pound bill on the street. no joke. that's like almost 100 bucks!
brian (2:35:10 PM): like i stepped on it and was like, hey, that looked like currency
brian (2:35:22 PM): so then i turned around picked it up, and IT WAS!
brian (2:35:27 PM): shit like that never happens!
me (2:36:03 PM): i hate you


The Wrong Guy

I love the dudes face in the beginning when he realizes the mistake:

here's the background


More YouTube Lovefest

kyle (2:34:23 PM): i think your SNL link is dead
me (2:34:34 PM): dammit
kyle (2:34:41 PM): nbc is pretty quick
me (2:34:57 PM): god i hate nbc
kyle (2:35:09 PM): doesnt everyone was gore, whatever

This will prolly be taken down eventually...since NBC sucks, but enjoy it while its up.

"what part of lock box don't you understand? what if theres a hurricane or a tornado?"


My own random post

So I'm reading wigdor's blog and i watch this video he posts...and anytime i hear / watch that, it makes me think of this:

Friday, May 12, 2006 

Random Human Beatbox

From Scott:


Yahoo NFC Team Rankings

Ahh the NFC East is gonna be fun this year:

East meets best



Eh its been awhile since I've had an AOL post, but I really liked this article bc it hits on something big that I think AOL has been lacking for a long time...innovation. Whats the last innovative thing we've released? IM waaaaay back in the day? (hmm, ok, i definitely wrote that before actually finishing the article....) We just seem to copy existing products, except we don't improve upon them...

AOL's innovation problem

The good news for AOL, which, like, is owned by Time Warner (Research), is that AIM Pages is easier to use and a bit more thoughtfully designed than, the leading social-networking site. And AIM Phoneline has some big advantages over Skype, the world's biggest peer-to-peer Internet telephony service.

The bad news for AOL: MySpace and Skype already exist.


Drunk Rick Sutcliffe

Rick Sutcliffe drunk during a padres game:

"George Clooney - you've been reading about that, you've been seeing that???"



TV Shows

for no shows that you should be watching, in no particular order

* Lost
* 24
* The Office
* The Shield
* Arrested Development (ok well its done, but still)
* Sopranos
* Entourage
* The Wire
* South Park
* Family Guy

(update thanks to arlene)
* Weeds

shows its ok to watch:
* My Name is Earl
* Law & Order SVU
* House
* Deadwood
* Simpsons
* The Boondocks

Syndicated shows to watch when you have tme:
* Daily Show
* Colbert Report

thats it...for now...everything else sucks

Thursday, May 11, 2006 

Love thy PlayStation has talked me into buying a PS3....ok, yeah, I was going to buy one anyway, but here's my new reasoning:

Love thy PlayStation, love thyself:

As summer approaches, millions of Americans busily plan their weddings, full of hope for the future. That is understandable. In recent years, a number of economists and sociologists, including Christopher Jencks, David Ellwood, Kathryn Edin, Daniel Hamermesh, and David Popenoe have stressed the benefits of marriage. But before you tie the knot, pause for a moment and consider whether a spouse is what you really need. Could it be that you'd be happier if you shacked up with the Sony PlayStation 3?


Compare with the PS3, which does not demand that you bathe or slather yourself in cologne and is available for guilt-free sensual pleasures 24 hours a day. Admittedly, you will have to purchase new games to keep the romance alive with your PS3. This, however, is vastly less expensive than renewing your nuptials, the tack taken by human couples such as Kevin Federline and Britney Spears.

Some weak-kneed gamers will object to paying the PS3's high price tag: $500 for the "cheap" version, $600 for a souped-up model. This reluctance is understandable. Amusements like the PS2, the Xbox 360, and the Turbo Grafx 16 were never an adequate substitute for human companionship. Keep in mind, however, that none of these platforms could play Blu-ray DVDs, a fatal flaw rectified by the PS3. Life with the primitive PS2 is best understood as a loveless marriage, a source of stress and anxiety rather than true happiness.

Yes, I will purchase a PS3 and it will make me happy.


Evolution of Dance

From Joel:

it gets best around half way through:


The Mighty O

New Outkast Track - "The Mighty O" available on -- I'm a fan.

Dre's rapping! not singing!

Story about it on

Andre 3000 sings "Mighty-I-de-I-de-I/ O-de-o-de-o-de-o" on the record's hook. Fans of vintage Kast will be pleased to know that that's the only singing he does on the track. As promised, Andre is back to rapping and addressing doubters.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006 

Picture Rims

Dan Adams (6:21:59 PM):
Dan Adams (6:22:21 PM): kinda ghetto yet kinda cool
Me (6:22:46 PM): hah yeah my coworker sent me those
Dan Adams (6:23:12 PM): you should get some for the accord
Dan Adams (6:23:21 PM): flash the AOL logo
Me (6:23:37 PM): hahahhaha
Me (6:23:49 PM): id get all the women with that
Dan Adams (6:24:41 PM): when you roll up to the club with the AOL picture rims
Dan Adams (6:24:54 PM): all the whispers will be like "Is that steve case?"
Me (6:25:19 PM): then theyl realize im slightly colored
Dan Adams (6:25:24 PM): LOL


Wii in use

(via kotaku)

Tuesday, May 09, 2006 

Star Trek Cribs

(from Justin)
YouTube rules...

and damn, Justin was right, theres a shitload of quality related videos, like:


David Blane Stunt

So the show last night was 2 hours, but courtesy of good ol YouTube, here's the all important last 10 minutes

(i personally just skipped to the last 2 minutes)


More Quotes

From the QDB - Quote Database (From Colin S):

some of these are so damn funny:

Ben174> : If they only realized 90% of the overtime they pay me is only cause i like staying here playing with Kazaa when the bandwidth picks up after hours.
ChrisLMB> : If any of my employees did that they'd be fired instantly.
Ben174> : Where u work?
ChrisLMB> : I'm the CTO at
*** Ben174 ( Quit (Leaving)

t0rbad> so there i was in this hallway right
BlackAdder> i believe i speak for all of us when i say...
BlackAdder> IM SICK OF YOU
BlackAdder> IN FACT
*** t0rbad sets mode: +b BlackAdder*!*@*.*
*** BlackAdder has been kicked my t0rbad ( )
t0rbad> so there i was in this hallway right
CRCError> right
heartless> Right.
r3v> right

T-Wolf> man, my girlfriend left me for some faggot named robert
RdAwG20> you don't live in Hope mills do you?
T-Wolf> ya, why man?
RdAwG20> lol, just wondering, was her namne alisson?
T-Wolf> you mother fucker

Night-hen-gayle> I gotta go. There's a dude next to me and he's watching me type, which is sort of starting to creep me out. Yes dude next to me, I mean you.

studdud> what the fuck is wtf

this long one is awesome too


Overheard in NY

Cool site from Ping:

Drunk blonde: How old are you?
Kid: 17.
Drunk blonde: Ever been with a 26-year-old?

Kid's father intervenes.

--B. B. King's, Machine concert

Guy #1: Hey, where did you find this eraser?
Guy #2: On that table over there.
Guy #1: Eww, it might have semen on it!

--Polytechnic University, Brooklyn

Man: This is stupid...and incredibly boring.
David Blaine: Hey, I can hear you!

--Lincoln Center

Girl #1: So he was at my house and we were like, fooling around on my bed, and I was lying on top of him, but then I made him get up.
Girl #2: Why?
Girl #1: Because if he got turned on, got hard, came, his zipper fell down a little and some come got on my pants and while I was taking off my pants it brushed my underwear and then went inside me, I could totally get pregnant.
Girl #2: Oh, right.


Steve Buckhantz

Ahhh, good ol wikipedia:

Jordan (11:04:32 AM): i cant tell if this was written by someone that loves him or hates him
Jordan (11:04:45 AM): funny though
Me (11:04:47 AM): perhaps both
Jordan (11:04:48 AM): blog this
Me (11:05:01 AM): haha ok

Steve Buckhantz on Wikipedia

Buckhantz's catchphrases have seeped into the lexicon of Washington, D.C. area sports fans, who revel in using them to describe a myriad of non-sports related events (ex. males observing a friend attempting to ask a woman for her phone number exclaim "Dagger!" or "Backbreaker!" when she can be seen rejecting the friend's advances) as well as debating the subtle and compelling distinction between a "Dagger" (a made basket at a critical juncture in a game that stabs like a dagger at the opposing team's chance of victory) and a "Backbreaker" (a made basket at a critical juncture in a game that breaks any chance that the opposing team will win).

Monday, May 08, 2006 

Classic Worthless Kwame Brown Article

So I was trying to explain to someone how much Kwame Brown sucks...apparently the "Growing Pains" article wasn't enough so I had to send this article...and I enjoyed re-reading it so much, I figured I had to repost it:

"So Long, Kwame, Thanks for Nothing"


The saddest thing of all is that Kwame Brown appears to be as clueless today as the day he arrived. It was okay to be a fool at 18, fresh out of high school; the great majority of us were. But he's 23 now and a full-fledged bust whose tough talk on the way out of here makes it so much easier to wave bye-bye without feeling a bit of remorse.

But there's just as much evidence that suggests Kwame Brown will go to the Lakers and be the slacker he was here, the kid who overslept practices or only halfway practiced when he did show, and always found somebody to blame but himself. Oh yes, he's a bust.

There are plenty of 23-year-olds in the NBA who come to work like grown men every day. Brown ain't one of 'em. Can't get himself out of bed on time, can't get to practice on time (if at all), can't treat his coach with common respect. The word "bust" doesn't even begin to adequately describe what a stunning disappointment Brown has been.

He's a super-size bust and it's predominantly his own fault. Nobody here asked or expected him to be Wilt. Reasonable progress toward competence would have made him palatable, but he wasn't capable even of that. Instead, what he became was a quitter who had to be suspended in the playoffs.


The Skeletor Show

The Skeletor Show
Starring Skeletor (as Skeletor)

" In the tradition of Sealab 2021 comes The Skeletor Show, a day in the life of the most evil man on the planet."

(headphones required)

(the episodes are kinda hit or miss - episode 2 was funny)



Random flash game that i was addicted to all can figure out how to play, you're smart...


Saturday, May 06, 2006 

Hotdogs and Beer

from dan adams' away message - always a good source of blog material

better pic


Hammer Time


Tom Cruise....on BET


Friday, May 05, 2006 

Queen James

(from -- go read that blog...bc i have nothing new, sorry arlene)

"Hi, I'm Queen James. If you call me for a foul, I will scowl and pout and look all gassy and act like you've just called my mom a felon. Really, though, I'm perfect. In fact, when I take a dump it comes out wrapped in a giftbox and smelling of lavender."


Peek Vid

While this site is up, it's pretty cool:

Watch TV Shows Online

(the shows stream and load pretty quickly)


Why no updates?

kyle (11:34:37 AM): why dont you update your blog you bastard
me (11:37:12 AM): found nothing interesting
kyle (11:49:18 AM): slacker

Tuesday, May 02, 2006 

A new low

(though sad thing is, this still doesn't make me any more confident about the mid term elections)

Sour news for GOP in poll
Bush rating hits new low; voters lean Democratic

By David Jackson

WASHINGTON — Six months before Republicans try to hold on to control of Congress in the fall elections, a new poll shows President Bush has slid to the lowest approval rating of his presidency, and a majority of voters say they'll vote for Democrats in November.

A USA TODAY/Gallup Poll taken Friday through Sunday found Bush's approval rating at 34%, two percentage points under his previous low. He also received the lowest ratings of his presidency on his handling of the economy, energy and foreign affairs. He tied his previous low on Iraq: 32%.


Free Chipotle

Buy a burrito May 6-7, get a free one May 8-14

(from Colin S)


Is Lost a repeat???

Here's a site to figure out if Lost is a repeat this week or not:

(from screenhead)

Monday, May 01, 2006 

"and boom goes the dynamite!"

eh had to post this again, i love YouTube

(the best catch phrase ever is during the nets/pacers highlites)


Reggie Evans - new rebound technique

From The Sports Pulse:

“He went behind my back, went through my legs and grabbed my (private parts) and tried to pull them backwards. In my mind at first? I wanted to punch him. I wanted to hit him. I thought to myself, ‘Don’t be stupid.’’’


Wizards 106 Cavs 96

So much attention during this series has been focused on James' NBA postseason debut, leaving Arenas feeling a tad overshadowed. He is, after all, a two-time All-Star who finished fourth in the league in scoring this season.

"This is LeBron's show, you know. We're just all witnesses," Arenas said with a broad smile, mimicking a catch phrase used in James' shoe ads.


Free streaming ABC TV Shows

Free streaming full episodes of ABC Shows: Lost, Alias, Desperate Housewives & Commander in Chief.

The last Lost, the recap show "Lost Reckoning" is up now.

The Blog

    My blog full of random crap.
    History/Stages of this blog:
    1. Completely random crap
    2. G-Dub is stupid...really stupid. why are you voting for him..seriously
    3. everyone sucks (for voting for G-Dub)
    4. Google Lovefest
    5. YouTube Lovefest
    6. The Wire Lovefest
    7. Wii Lovefest
    8. Sporadic Posts
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