Tuesday, September 30, 2003

It's only one game, but I am very pleased with the outcome.

Monday, September 29, 2003

Paige Davis looks trampy now. I don't like it. She should go back to wearing that Catholic school girl outfit every week.

Saturday, September 27, 2003

This is crazy. I'm watching the USC - Cal game right now, and it's like a video game. USC hit a field goal late in the 4th to send it to OT. Then their running back broke a 20 yard run, down to the 5 on the first play in OT. The next play, he fumbled and Cal recovered. Then all Cal had to do was kick a field goal. They try a 30 yard field goal and it gets blocked. Two long TD passes in the 2nd OT. Then USC misses a field goal in the 3rd OT. Cal has the ball now and it looks like they're setting up for an attempt at another field goal, even though they've had 2 blocked in this game. Here goes. A 38 yard field goal try. Cal wins. Whoopee. That means that sucky Ohio State will move up the rankings even though they suck. Bah.

Mike Williams is really good though. I think he's better than Keyshawn was.

On another note... I'm not so sure that Purdue is guaranteed of a spot in the coaches top 25 poll. Sure, they'll move into the top 20 in the AP, but not enough low ranked teams lost today to get them a sure spot in the coaches poll. I guess we'll see.

Friday, September 26, 2003

If I see one more LeBron James jersey I'm going to punch the person wearing it in the face. Where's the Ilgauskus jersey? What about Boozer? If you can't name more than 10 players on the team then you don't deserve to be a fan. In fact, I don't even think you can call yourself a fan unless you went to the Cavs - Magic game on Sunday March 2nd, 2003 and sat in section 8, row 2, seat 6.

Thursday, September 25, 2003

Breaking News: Tim Couch will be the starter this weekend against the Bengals. My predictions are these: the Browns fans will boo Couch. The Browns will lose to the Bengals.

Wednesday, September 24, 2003

I am taking suggestions for my spare bedroom. Some ideas that have been floated include a Pop-A-Shot game, an air hockey game, foosball, bowling game, and a card table. Obviously those won't all fit in there, and I think the upstairs only has 8' ceilings, so Pop-A-Shot might not even work, although there is a 7' game. The room is 14 X 9, so a pool table won't comfortably fit in there.

Tuesday, September 23, 2003

Tomorrow I have a test. Aren't I too old to be in school?

Next year will be the 10th anniversary of my freshman year. Granted I haven't gone consecutively since then, but still.

Saturday, September 20, 2003

Apparently Arizona really is THAT bad. My only hope now is that the Purdue players don't think they're world beaters now and fail to show up for Notre Suck. We HAVE to beat Notre Suck. Have to. Once in my lifetime. They are terrible, and we are less terrible. Please, for the love of God, please please please beat that crappy golden domed bunch of sucks.

Oh by the way... how'd they look in black?
Time once again to update the top 10.

1. Elizabeth Hurley
2. Keira Knightley
3. Natalie Portman
4. Famke Janssen
5. Natasha Henstridge
6. Jennifer Garner
7. Ashley Judd
8. Eliza Dushku
9. Salma Hayek
10. Rachel Leigh Cook

2. Keira Knightley
5. Natasha Henstridge
8. Eliza Dushku
9. Salma Hayek

2. Angie Everhart
3. Paige Davis
4. Heidi Collins
10. Lisa Guerrero

Friday, September 19, 2003

i'm going to the final Indians home game of the year this Sunday. It will prevent me from watching part of the Browns game, which is a blessing.

What's left of hurricane Isabel is over Cleveland right now, but it's basically just a steady rain, with no real wind to speak of.

Other than that, I'm basically out of things to say for the time being.

Tuesday, September 16, 2003

Purdue is favored by 25 points over Arizona. Somehow I doubt that this Purdue team will beat ANYONE by 25 points. The only thing they may lead by 25 in is fumbles. On the flip side... is Arizona really that bad? Wow.

Monday, September 15, 2003

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Sweet Lord Almighty! She is SO HOT. She may be the hottest woman I've seen in person more than once.

She's hot. Damn hot. Real hot. Fool, she's hot, I told you, damn! Were you born on the sun? She's damn hot!

Too bad she's taken.

Did I mention though that she is hot.
A US Air Force Thunderbird crashed at an Air Show in Idaho on Saturday. No one was injured, although the plane was diving down towards the crowd when the plane experienced engine failure. It isn't know yet what caused the failure, but Pratt & Whitney seems to think that it was a bird strike.
I'm wondering if the new '04 Acura TL is going to be worth adding to my list. The performance sounds nice, but it's just a glorified Accord. A VERY glorified Accord, but still, I need something different. The Acura RSX Type-S just reminds me of a faster version of my car, and I don't think I want that. I actually like the new F-150, but I can't see myself driving a truck. The G35 in mid next year will come in an all wheel drive variety, which is more practical in Clevelands 364.9 days of snow or rain, so to me, that car is still the leading contender for my consumer dollars. The Chrysler 300C looks like a Bentley to me. I think I still have vision in both my eyes though, so I can't be making this up. Yeah the GTO sounds fun, but I find it to be ugly. The front is OK, but back reminds me of a Lumina, and who wants to drive a fast Lumina? If it looked like the Stratus SXT then I'd consider it. The Cadillac XLR is the first Caddy in a long while that I've actually liked. It's too bad the price is at least double what I want to pay. The new Durango looks HORRIBLE. It looks like the child of a minivan and a bus. The '05 Subaru Legacy looks pretty nice, potentially list worthy.

When all is said and done though, it's still the G35 Sedans to lose.

Sunday, September 14, 2003

Hey.... how's that Kelly Holcomb move working out for you? Oh. Not so good? That's too bad.

Many people seemed skeptical when I predicted a 6-10 season for the Browns this year, but it doesn't look too far off anymore now does it?
Maybe it's just me, but I honestly feel like the less 5:00 AM Sunday pages I receive the better.

Saturday, September 13, 2003






If I could actually lift my TV, then I would have thrown it through my living room window. You have the game in hand with 2:46 to go. They are punting to you. All you have to do is HOLD ON TO THE FREAKING BALL! Catch the ball and just fall down. I don't care. Fall down! That's easy. I've seen you do it when you're running in the open. Try it when you can win the game by falling down. Buy some stick 'em. I DO NOT CARE.

It seems to me that they are trying to find ways to lose a game. It's mind numbing.

Thursday, September 11, 2003

I just got back from my first yearly condo board meeting with the general populace. I use the words "general populace" and I mean it to sound like prison. Two of the guys needed to be in prison. Shouting, standing, pointing, etc. It was like a wrestling match. I wanted to taser them. Most of the people had good, or at least reasonable ideas. We're getting two new board members, and possibly two alternates. Two of the women coming in like to wear bikinis, so I welcome my new bikini wearing oppressors.

Actually, since I am on the board, I guess I have been their oppressors until now. Where are my perks I ask you? I wanted to re-enact the Jabba and Princess Leia scene where they would be chained to me in skimpy solid gold bikinis.

Wednesday, September 10, 2003

I pre-ordered the newest Star Wars Rogue Squadron game for GameCube and got a bonus disc that had the original 1982 Star Wars game from the arcade. I'm sure everyone remembers it... It had vector graphics and the ships looked like oragami. In other words, it was awesome, and now I can play it in my living room. Hooray for me.

Tuesday, September 9, 2003

"It's a good thing they're imploding Veterans Stadium so that they keep the rats in there. Otherwise, if they exploded it, there would be rats flying everywhere." - John Madden

Sunday, September 7, 2003

This was just about the best possible sports weekend possible. Not only did the Browns manage to play in just about the most boring game ever, but they also prevented my starting fantasy QB (Manning) from doing anything at all... strike that, he did get me a whole 1.6 points. What I should do is set my starting lineup, and then on Sunday morning I should switch out everyone and put in my bench. Holcomb looked like crap, but amazingly enough I didn't hear the idiot fans booing. Hmm. Purdue blew it against Bowling Green. Notre Dame and Ohio State both lucked out AGAIN.

Saturday, September 6, 2003

I wanted to believe the hype, but I never really did. Ryan tried in vain to get me to believe that Purdue had a great shot at winning the Big 10 this year. I (as I normally do) expected the worst. I even stated that I could see Purdue losing 6 games this year. Well, I hope I'm wrong, but this schedule looks much tougher now that they've lost to Bowling Green.

Friday, September 5, 2003

I'm sad to say, but the time has come for my organization and Ms. Angie Everhart to seperate. She has been a solid and productive member of my team for nearly 10 years, but with the present economic times, and our failure to come to an agreement on future compensation, we must part ways. I wish her the best in her future endeavors.
Wow! What a fantastic pre-game kickoff to the NFL season. I'm blown away.

I couldn't stand watching that piece of crap for more than 2 minutes. It should've been called the NFL Lip Sync Special.

Thursday, September 4, 2003

I don't know why, but I'm not particulary excited about the upcoming NFL season. I'm much more interested in college football at this point. Maybe it's because my stupid fantasy team is about the equivalent of the Browns.

Tuesday, September 2, 2003

Impending doom? Only if you think 2014 is impending.

The BBC is running an article about the newest Near Earth Object in this article. They mention that it has the possibility of vaporizing a continent in 2014.

NASA has their own take on the whole situation.

Following my own theory before... I say we just bomb it. Bomb it until it can be bombed no longer. And then light it on fire.

Monday, September 1, 2003

If you've never seen the Blue Angels in person (and I don't think any of you have) then you have no idea how amazing it is to watch a jet going 500 MPH + going due West apply a high G thrust vectored turn and be due South in less than 1 second. Sure the pilots feel over 7 G's for that amount of time, but it's quite amazing to watch. The best way to desribe it is like a power slide in the sky.