Sunday, August 30, 2009

Begin the Countdown

10 days until Beatles Rockband comes out.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Friday Haiku

Stroud got his first win.
The defense needs improvement.
Goodbye spread offense.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

What Would Tim Tebow Do?

This is a story about a really awesome minor league promotion night. Be sure to read the end where they talk about the on-field antics.

BC Broadcast

The game will be on the internet tonight starting around 7:15. Just to help put the word out, I am copying this post from one of the guys at Only in America:
To listen to the game tonight use this link:

The website is no longer listed as If the link above does not work try:
And then push up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, B, A, select, start on your keyboard and it should come on.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009


Some people have been begging for a new helmet design for years. I was not one of those people, but I can live with this. It's hard to see, but there is a white stripe down the middle. This is the first helmet logo BC has used since 1992, which was a script "Cadets". I still thinks the school needs to establish one definitive logo. Currently, all we have are two letters that are arranged in a number of different ways and in a number of different fonts.

Double Down

This is KFC's new Double Down sandwich. It is made of two Original Recipe fillets, bacon, Swiss and pepper jack cheese and something called the Colonel's sauce. Currently it's being tested in only two states, so, Pat, you'll have to be patient.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

No Peanuts Due to El Nino

Less than 48 hours until kickoff at Memorial Stadium!

BC '09 Season Predictions

Post yours below.

A Show for Snuffy

Variety reports that FX has picked up drama project "March to Madness" from executive producer Don Cheadle. The series chronicles the glory and the seedy side of college basketball. The project comes from writer Joel Silverman, while Pete Segal ( The Longest Yard ) is set to direct. Also attached to the project alongside Silverman, Segal and Cheadle are former college basketball coach Dave Miller and Segal's producing partner, Michael Ewing. "March" will revolve around a corrupt college basketball program that cheats its way to the "March Madness" NCAA basketball tournament. The story will be told through the eyes of the college coach, whose idealistic approach to the job has slowly been eroded by the compromises he's forced to make.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Why Twitter is better than Facebook

I have been on facebook since 2004 and it is something that has always kept me interested. When we are 50 year olds' we can look at what the status is of our friends and people we met along the road of life. That is great, but facebook has become too involved with stupid applications. For instance, a girl I dated for a month sent me a application on How Jacksonville am I? What the Fuck. I took the test and scored a 89 and was listed as a 10-15 year resident. Last time I checked I have been living here for 2 1/2 years. I will always get on facebook, but enough is enough.

Now in comes Twitter, a forum where you post what you are doing or thinking in 140 words or less. Even though I do not get on that much, It is the new fad that is catching on. I follow Stewart Cink, Colin Cowherd and Tony Barnhart just to name a few. I also follow fellow Blogger Snuffy, and there is always a interesting read with him. As for my favorite celebrity it has to be Stewart
Cink. He is hilarious,plus he lets you know where you need to eat, what to drink and how he is playing. He has never responded to me but when he realizes I am a huge Techie he will reply sooner or later.

All I ask is to just try Twitter out b/c it is a lot better than leaving a facebook status.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Capitalism: A Love Story

If anybody is interested, here is the preview from that big fat piece of shit Michael Moore for his new movie. He basically just tries to storm the AIG office, then interviews some people that are upset because the rich people got everything, and they got nuthin, and that ain't right. And he keeps asking where our money is. Michael, it's probably stuck in one of your fat folds, which means we will never find it.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Tuesday, August 18, 2009


Just in time for football season

From the looks of it, this may be served in a dip can. Only in Athens.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Seven More Months!

Tonight at Kevin Barry's
Holland & Fleming
Live & Unplugged

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Who Says It's a "Little" League??

Has anybody else seen the massive pitcher for Southern California in the Little League World Series?? This kid is a 6'2, 205lb twelve year old. Hats off to his father for his potent seed. I couldn't find a picture of him in action on the mound, but I was able to find some pictures from him myspace profile.

Here he is just chillaxin' on the couch:

And Here he is staring down Hulk Hogan in a leotard.

And here he is on a family vacation to New York City.

...Those kids don't stand a chance.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Liberal Bumper Sticker Graveyard

"Dissent is Patriotic" bumper sticker. b. 2001 d. 2008.

To Our Brothers in the ATL

In the past, I know I've taken every opportunity available to trash Atlanta. After the last few days I've spent here, however, I've got to say you have a pretty A-OK town here. Traffic, crime, and bums notwithstanding, Atlanta actually seems like a decent place to live.

After all, you've got:

- the Braves - You've got a good team in a great park right in the city! Admittedly, I'm not as big of a fan as I should be, but at least I've managed to hold on to most of my sanity, unlike Chris who is left with mere shreds of his own during a given season.

- Taco Mac - I love Taco Mac. Without question, Taco Mac has the best wings ever. While I don't condone their approach of making their new locations all Wild Wing-ey, this place is Mecca for wing lovers with no desire to ever go to Buffalo.

What else...

Ok, so maybe this list didn't fill out quite like I hoped. But still, the Braves and Taco Mac are good enough reasons to move anywhere.

Go Braves.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Watch Me Watch "The Happening"

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Chris' production up in August

Best of Craigslist: Toilet for Two

I have come to the conclusion that I must sell my TwoDaLoo, and that saddens me. I purchased this baby for my wife. Well, it was our 4 year anniversary and I really wanted to give her something special, something that I put a lot of thought into, and most importantly something we could do together. I thought what better thing to do together than to poo together. After countless hours of research I found The TwoDaLoo. The TwoDaLoo is billed as the world's first toilet two people can use ... at the exact same time. It’s supposed to bring couples closer together and conserves our water supply all with one flush. My wife was disgusted and has since left me. I explained to her that we could be as one if we could rock a big one out together. I can’t think of a better way to end a romantic dinner out. And how cool would Taco Tuesday have been had she been just a little more open-minded. It’s just not the same when you use it alone and the empty seat next to me just reminds me of her.

The TwoDaLoo features two side-by-side toilet seats with a modest privacy wall in between. I purchased the upgraded version; you know the one that includes a seven-inch LCD television and iPod docking station. I will provide my personal play list (should you choose to by her) songs like I’m Coming Out, You Dropped a Bomb on me, Love Stinks will be just a few.
I truly hope that someone can use my T for T (toilet for two) and find the happiness that I was so looking for.

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Sunday, August 09, 2009

F My Life Stories of the Week


#3- "Today, I went to a bookstore and asked the sales woman,"Where's the self-help section?" She said if she told me, it would defeat the purpose. FML."

#2- "Today, I found out that I was held back in preschool because of some developmental issues. My parents didn't think it was important enough to mention it to me. Why hadn't I figured it out? They also lied to me about how old I was. FML"

#1- "Today, I was picking my daughter up at day care. She was outside playing kick ball. A red ball strangely rolls over to me, and trying to impress the kids, I kicked it over the slide. I turn around to see three crying six year olds. It was their hamster ball. FML."

Saturday, August 08, 2009

The skank next to me just ordered a "Sex at Sea"... Gonna be a minute.
I'm at the bar at the Bohemian. Slowest service ever. Nice decor.

Thursday, August 06, 2009

"Watch yer ballothole, man"

I know my posts are no fun. I only want to call out a few more things and then I'll crawl back into whatever hole I recently crawled out of (...from which I recently crawled...??).

Let's review what we have to look forward to in regards to the 2010 election.

-First, and perhaps most alarming: Obama and Holder's justice department dismissed charges against three New Black Panther members who were arrested for charges relating to voter intimidation in PA on election day last year. Bartle Bull, a civil rights attorney and campaign manager for RFK in the 1960's, stated in an affadavit that it was "the worst instance of voter intimidation (he has) ever seen." The men, brandishing weapons, and in full N.B.P. uniform outside of the polling place, informed white voters that they "were about to be ruled by a black man, cracker". They "pointed a nightstick at voters and then tapped their fist with it menacingly." Here is just one video of an N.B.P. "security detail" at a polling place in Philly (these are not even the men discussed earlier!) This is an appalling intrusion on Democracy. The Obama administration's encouragement of this kind of behavior by dismissing all charges against these thugs tells you how much they cherish our individual freedoms.

-ACORN (Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now) publicly supported Obama's candidacy from the beginning of the campaign. As the campaign wore on, they were accused of extreme voter registration fraud (falsifying thousands of registration forms for the purpose of casting illegal votes). Watch this AP Video explaining the FBI's investigation for a quick refresher.

Obama publicly denied any intimate associations with ACORN in October 2008, saying that his campaign "doesn't need their help" getting voters registered. That denial came a mere six weeks after the Obama Campaign had to amend spending reports to officially declare that they had paid an offshoot of ACORN $800,000 to bolster their voter registration efforts. Wow.

Worse still, the same ACORN under investigation from the FBI has volunteered to help raise 1.4 million temporary workers to help conduct the 2010 census. Control of the Census + Control of Both Houses of Congress = Massive Redistricting. That's right, gerrymandering (greatest word ever).

All of the things that you thought would Never Happen In America are happening. No one will ever just come to office and say, "I am fixing elections and silencing the opposition." It takes time for them to build a status quo, and it takes a sleepy citizenry to allow it to happen.

18th Century Wisdom

Ever wonder what the Founding Fathers would say about the pressing issues of the day??

They told us. Just a few centuries in advance.

Healthcare and other social programs?

"If we can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people, under the pretense of taking care of them, they must become happy." -Thomas Jefferson

Obama's plan to "spread the wealth around a little bit"?

"The Utopian schemes of leveling (re-distribution) and a community of goods (central ownership), are as visionary and impractical as those which vest all property in the Crown. These ideas are arbitrary, despotic, and, in our government, unconstitional." -Samuel Adams, Brewer, Patriot.

What would they think about all the citizens at tea parties and town hall meetings?

"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be...No other sure foundation can be devised for the preservation of freedom and happiness...Let our countrymen know that the people alone can protect us against the evils of misgovernment." -Thomas Jefferson

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Everything You Need To Know About Georgia

Take 5 minutes to watch this video all the way through. It is the procession of the remains of a fallen soldier, Sgt. Beale, from Peachtree City to McDonough after arriving from Iraq.

This random display of patriotism by thousands of Georgians is perhaps the best evidence against the disgraceful "Angry Mob" propaganda coming out of the White House. The video linked is a publication of the DNC . Both parties are responsible for the accelerated erosion of individual freedoms in this country, but this is a despicable escalation.

The DNC and White House are simultaneously questioning the motives and character of concerned citizens while shamelessly attempting to discredit and outright silence opposition. I find it ironic that the same administration who is so willing to legitimize human rights violators such as Ahmadinejad and Chavez through open dialogue would go to such lengths to dehumanize Americans who are concerned enough to lobby their government representatives for change.

How dare anyone question The Obama??

Two words: Slippery. Slope. Even W. publicly supported his protester's rights to assemble and speak their voice, and remember that he was frequently hung in effigy.

Recent demonstrations of citizen outrage at congressional Town Hall meetings and Sgt. Beale's homecoming give me faith that Americans will not let their Republic be stripped away while politicians try to distract us with garbage about birth certificates and beer summits.

The 5,000 Year Leap: Freedom 101 - Skousen
1776 - McCullough
Common Sense - Beck
The Great Upheaval - Winik