Friday, February 26, 2010

This bloggggg is moribundddd

But maybe I'll write something later today.

In the meantime, amuse yourself with Ozzie Guillen's twitter feed: I know I am.

Iam tired from bad very bad golf

3 day of Spring Training and im already boreddddddd

what I saw on the field today was a lot of grass...

Bed and bath I love this places

Looking for tickets to go to wrestlemania, I need help with that, they r way too expensive

I love what I'm doing now,Followers, don't worry, I will be here for all of you.

Although I'm more interested in spending my online time today hunting for more pix of the Canadian women's hockey team's sexysexy drunken on-ice champagne & cigar celebration.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Gene Vincent Post

This video rules in at least 30 ways and you should watch it immediately.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Another blog theme song to throw onto the stack of them

"I'm tough as dirt! I'm mean as blood!"

Big Black - Pete, King of All Detectives

(Ignore the two minutes of silence at the end of this ... if you get that far.)

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Miracle on Slush

Due to total lack of interest on my part, I am not watching the winter Olympics, but I just saw a headline that said the men's downhill skiiing competition was postponed because of a slushy course. My first reaction was, what a strange and wonderful banquet indeed would be one that included a Slushee course.

I can imagine a snooty French waiter lifting the big domed lid off of a silver platter to reveal several frosty paper cups full of swirled, froot-flavored goop. "Rad or Bleu?" the waiter would ask ...

Meanwhile, no word on the status of the men's uphill skiing competition.


Friday, February 12, 2010

As shocking as a dead battery

So Obama is essentially planning on being a one-termer. Makes sense. He should have enough time to wreak enough destruction on the squashed cigarette butt that is the remainder of the middle class. His function really has been (and note I'm saying "function" rather than "job" -- because as mathematical and biological scientists have shown, you don't need an intelligent designer for certain patterns to emerge) to effect a smooth transition from Republican to Republican, with more Republican in the middle, while throwing a wet blanket on whatever left-leaning (if sadly incoherent) sentiment had welled up over Dubya's eight years.

In an interview with Bloomberg BusinessWeek on newsstands Friday, Obama said a presidential budget commission needs to look at all options for deficit reduction - including tax increases and cuts in spending on such programs as Social Security and Medicare.

To misquote Bruno Kirby in Spinal Tap -- "Yes, we can, if Lloyd Blankfein says it's OK first. Because Lloyd calls all the shots."