Thursday, August 23, 2007

OFF TO SEE DAVE CHAPPELLE
I got to get out of here and drive my ass through the huge cluster fuck that is known as gridlock Atlanta traffic to see Dave Chappelle. I'm hoping to get some video footage and share it with the Sportscrack nation but you never know what those narcs down at the Tabernacle will let me bring in. And if you are wondering, and I'm sure you are, I have to make a stop to pick up my date: my monkey...

I'm going to chill with my monkey!

FORGET BECKHAM, THIS IS HOW YOU GET RATINGS



Ignore the stupid Black Eyed Peas music in the background. I don't think you can beat a game of Latin ladies in little shorts playing a game of soccer. Someone has to bring this to the States and replace the butch WNBA. Come on ESPN...you say you are all about entertainment well then prove it.

Via WithLeather

FIVE MOMENTS THAT WILL DEFINE THE SEC
Tony Barnhart has another good short read on some moments that could define the SEC season. Like it or not SEC fans, but the opening game of Cal vs. Tennessee will define how good or bad the SEC is going to be this season. If Cal comes out and blows away the Hillbillies (in other words the Hippies vs. Hillbillies Bowl)the "pundits" out there will be all over how much improved the PAC-10 is and how the SEC has faltered. I know it's stupid and doesn't really make any sense in the overall schematics of conference power but it will be something the media runs with to create controversy.

And God knows we need more controversy in college football.


As a die hard Orioles fan I don't even know how to react to this royal ass beating handed down by of all teams the Texas Walker Rangers. I guess it is the equivolent of a nine man lineup of Chuck Norris coming at you with furious anger and vengeance for what Erik Bedard did to them the night before (11 Ks) and Johan Santana (17 Ks) did on Sunday. The good news for all Orioles fans is that the ballclub has decided to give coach Dave Trembley an extension through next season before this debacle ever occured. As an Orioles fan we have come to grips with 10 straight years of losing, we call it a disease that no ballclub whether little league or professional ever wants to catch: FUCKING ANGELOS!

RUN OLD MAN, SAVE YOURSELF!