By: josh q. public on: Wednesday, March 31, 2010 @12:22 pm
You can’t have everything, be satisfied with the little you may get. You can’t have everything, just think of others and the troubles that they get. -Jimmy Durante
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Last night, Boston Bruins rookie goalie, Tuukka Rask, recorded his fifth shutout of the season. Hooray Tuukka Rask! Just so you know, that ties Tim Thomas for the team lead for shutouts. Just so you know, this is the first season in Bruins history in which they had two different goaltenders each post at least five shutouts. How about that? How about this: The only other NHL team in the last 37 years to have two goaltenders with five or more shutouts was Nashville in 2006-07 (Chris Mason 5, Tomas Vokoun 5 ). So how come with this stellar play in net, the Bruins still find themselves fighting for the eighth and final playoff spot? Read More »
By: josh q. public on: Wednesday, March 31, 2010 @11:14 am
There’s just something about a new card smell. Your eyes just roll back in your head when you smell that gum. That smell transports us back to our childhood. It reminds of us of all that once was good and could be again. Not just here in the states, but in Japan too:
By: josh q. public on: Tuesday, March 30, 2010 @2:41 pm
(ABC 9PM ET) I’m not watching NIT. I’m not watching Blues/Blackhawks. I’m watching Lost. Sometimes in life we must patiently a long time for answers. We got ‘em last week all right. And how! Last week we got that the island is really a huge butt plug for evil. I think we got that Smokey is definitely not the good guy. I don’t care. It is my belief Jacob created his little Smoke Monster, and now the Monster has turned on him. I hope the Monster wins. Get your popcorn ready!
By: josh q. public on: Tuesday, March 30, 2010 @11:00 am
Hey! Don’t come around here no more. Don’t come around here no more. Whatever you’re looking for. Hey! Don’t come around here no more. -Tom Petty
Public Service Announcement: OK, here we go! Ah, the longstanding ritual of American baseball. Throwing out the first pitch. Ever since President William Howard Taft started the tradition and stood in front of the pitcher’s mound at old Griffith Stadium on the Washington Senators’ Opening Day we have been inundated with celebrities tossing out the first pitch at baseball games. Read More »
By: josh q. public on: Tuesday, March 30, 2010 @10:46 am
I want your ugly. I want your disease. I want your horror. I want your design. ‘Cause you’re a criminal as long as your mine. -Lady Gaga
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Kinda busy today. But I saw this stat and it made me dizzy today. Dizzy Miss Lizzy today. You make me dizzy Dizzy Lizzy. Girl, you look so fine. The Knicks may look a lot of things, but I can assure you, fine is not one of them. If it weren’t for the Nets, the Knickerbockers would have a lot of splainin’ to do Lucy. They’d have to ‘splain how the Utah Jazz Utah scored 44 first-quarter points on their heads last night. They’d have to ‘splain why this season, of the three games that a team scored at least 44 points in the first quarter, the Knicks have been the opponent in two of them. Thing is, no one cares. But If I’m a Knick fan, I care. If I’m a Knick fan, I’m worried. Very worried about the future of this team. Very worried about Mike D’Antoni’s ablility to coach. Very worried indeed.
By: josh q. public on: Monday, March 29, 2010 @4:20 pm
Know this: You can’t have a signature dance or prop and not expect it to get used against you if things go bad. The Honky Tonk Man knew there was always a chance that somebody would take his guitar and smash it over his head. Back in ’07, the New Engalnd Patriots taught Shawn Merriman and the San Diego Chargers that lesson in the playoffs. This weekend it was West Virginia doing the John Wall dance: