Monday, April 11, 2011

Opening Day video: Chicago's #1 Cubs fan (or at least the drunkest)

A good way to celebrate coming back to blogging...and baseball season.

Opening Day: The Cubs biggest fan from WBEZ on Vimeo.

It's fun to play the "Would you hit it?" game with hot messes like this chick. Can't see her body too much, but she's got butterface for sure. Clearly, she's primed to party (sleeping under bar tables is not for the weak of heart, stomach or mind...), even if a "hot guy game for anything" is married, as long as he knows the kind car he drives (I know you'd say "Porshe" you horny scumbag) and has a ticket for her. I'm married, so I wouldn't "hit it." If I were single, I still don't think I would. Henneman is strictly "a 2AM, the bar is closing, I'm going through a dry-spell and need it to end" kind of woman.

I shouldn't talk this way about a woman with such a sharp political intellect. And for those of you thinking she has a drinking problem, I'll defend her by saying she is trying to find a ride home so as to not drink and drive. She has brains for business and a bod for...

...sleeping under Hi-Tops' tables (you know that's where she was!).

Thursday, December 30, 2010


I've been out of commission most of 2010. Hoping 2011 gets more attention on here. Happy new year!

Thursday, January 14, 2010

US Politics: same as usual

I can't believe THESE are the kind of people who are vying to lead our country. No wonder our country is slowly going down the sad. We have no chance.

Was it true, Lauer asked, that the vetting of Sarah Palin was so woefully inadequate that no one from the campaign traveled to Alaska to interview her husband or any of her political opponents?

"I wouldn't know," McCain said. "The fact is that I'm proud of Sarah Palin, I'm proud of the campaign we waged, she energized our party, she will be a major factor in American politics in the future, and I'm proud of our campaign."

Somewhat taken aback, Lauer told McCain that he found it "somewhat surprising" that he didn't know anything about the vetting process, adding "You were the presidential candidate."

McCain testily shot back by saying that he had no intention of "looking back over what happened over a year ago," adding, "I'm sorry, you'll have to get others to comment on it."

From the new book 'Game Change' by New York magazine's John Heilemann and Time Magazine's Mark Halperin:

- that the affair between John Edwards and his campaign videographer was known about and kept quiet by three of his aides from early on. Edwards comes off in the book as a man with a massive ego and delusional tendencies. His wife Elizabeth is described by insiders as being "an abusive, intrusive, paranoid condescending crazywoman."

- that former President Bill Clinton was involved in an affair in 2006 that many thought would derail Hillary Clinton's run for the presidency and he offended Ted Kennedy deeply while trying to win his endorsement for his wife's campaign by saying the following about then-candidate Obama: "A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee."

- that Sarah Palin believed Saddam Hussein to be behind the attacks on 9/11, didn't understand why North and South Korea were separate (the Korean War) and that she could not properly pronounce Joe Biden's name. The book contends that Palin was a mentally unstable person prone to wild mood swings, describing her being hopelessly lost in a "catatonic stupor" at one point during the campaign.

Pants on the Ground

Genius! This better be released as record, cause it'll go platinum brass for sure. Funniest thing I've seen on TV in a while. Haven't cried from laughing so hard in a looooooong time.

Thursday, December 31, 2009

10 corrections needed for "hot" TV shows right now.

I thought this is a great, quick analysis of some of the "hot" shows on TV right now and how they're starting to veer off their "hot" paths...

I'd like to add that Modern Family and Cougar Town not try to introduce too many more new characters. Guest stars are fine occasionally ala Friends, but we don't need any more characters. Use the ones you've got in the stories. And no babies!!!!


Wireless bandwidth getting crowded.

This is just crazy, that wireless has taken off like this, in average households:
...consumers are flocking to wireless Internet connections, in some cases dropping landline accounts altogether. ABI Research projects U.S. mobile broadband subscriptions will climb to 150 million by 2014, up from 48 million this year and 5 million in 2007.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Tiger Wood's "indefinitely" leaves golf; fellow golfers ectsatic

Tiger Woods is gone...for now, from the golf pro tour. Tiger's fellow golfers are happy for multiple reasons. Not only did they think he was a major jerk, but now the winnings are actually open to other golfers again. Who knew Tiger competing for the attention of hos would increase competition for the pros!

Facebook death like Samurai: seppuku Seppukoo

This sounds pretty cool...basically dying honorably in cyberspace. However, knowing me, I'd have to go back on Facebook to reconnect with someone and then I'd have to rebuild my profile all over again.

While I aim to be honorable, I'm much more lazy.

Jersey Shore not convincing that "guido" is term to be proud of

Party poopers. They're all just hating on "The Situation."

And Domino's has some nerve. If Jersey Shore isn't "in keeping with what they're all about," then maybe they should only advertise on Christian tv programs (since they support "Operation Rescue") to promote "what they're about."

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Future fees for iPhone apps!

An AT&T exec stated on 12/9/09 that iPhone data usage could become more restrictive in order to provide better service overall. Basically, AT&T is saying "Thanks for getting hooked on our hip product, but now we're going to charge you fees to use it because our service sucks." Nice.

Consumer Reports agrees:

Yet, both Apple and AT&T encourage iPhone owners to use more of those bandwidth-hogging features.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

AT&T cares about dropped calls? Probably not.

They just have to seem like they care so people won't jump ship from iPhone to Droid or Windows OS phones.

Just call them iLousy. iPhone now had an app (now there really IS an app for everything...) to report their faulty service with dropped phone calls. The irony is the dropped calls aren't because of iPhones. It's AT&T's lousy coverage. So, what recourse is there for AT&T customers who are not iPhone users, with dropped calls? None, because AT&T doesn't care about you. Just your friends with iPhones who may see that newer technologies are on the horizon for smartphones. Hopefully Apple won't steal them and roll production ahead of time!

End of a Millenium Decade

I completely didn't think about this being the end of the beginning of the Millenium. Yahoo has an article kind of stating what impressions were overall for the beginning os the 2000's. I'm mainly posting this because I remember Y2K being a freaked out thought and now it seems like ages ago.

Tiger Woods Saturday Night Live Skit

In case you missed it...

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Palin courting anti-abortion votes

An article on Palin pimping out her Down syndrome son to gain possible future votes for the next Presidential election lobby against abortion rights.

Seriously, why can't I stop reading about her? There's something wrong with me.

Operation: Guido Fist Pump?

The only acceptable fist pumping: soldiers in Iraq. And that's only becuase there's nothing to do in a desert and they need to keep their sense of humor.