Wednesday, February 13, 2008

I can't help that I'm custom made...

I have absolutely no interest in the congressional hearings that were conducted earlier today on Capitol Hill. In fact, I care so little that I willingly chose to watch First Take on ESPN2 rather than be subjected to that pointless shitshow (Choosing to listen/watch to Skip Bayless over something else is the ultimate indictment in my eyes). Basically, short of Clemens pulling a Col. Jessup, there was no way that anything definitive was going to spring forth from today's proceedings. It's a waste of time and I'm pretty good at wasting time all by myself, thank you very much.

I don't believe Clemens and I doubt I ever will, but that doesn't make him any different than hundreds (yes, hundreds) of other baseball players who ingested illegal drugs in order to gain a competitive advantage. Sorry, I just can't get too excited or interested in this, no matter how long it drags on. Now, these Ric Flair videos by Poodleface, well, that's something I think we all can endorse. Democrats, Republicans, midgets, hookers, midget hookers.

I just blew your mind for a second there didn't I? My bad, just sit back and late Naitch soothe your frayed nerves...



(Extra special shout to Arn Anderson for his appearance in the beginning of this video, the greatest wrestler ever to look like your next door neighbor/mechanical engineer)

5 comments:

Greg said...

This game between the Phonicians and the Golden Staters is awesome. But it hurts to watch Grant Hill play and do well. What a jerk.

Greg said...

Also, I think the O'Neal trade can work out. He only has to be healthy during the playoffs and he's another big guy who commands a double-team. Nash can penetrate and dish to either O'Neal or Stoudamire. Not bad options.

Greg said...

Baron Von Whiskers is playing his balls off.

TJ said...

Keep 'em coming...

Mark said...

Last night's game was fantastic. Stren should make those two teams play on Xmas (or any other holiday that the NBA creates TV matchups for). By the way, Monta Ellis is going to make some serious dough this summer.

Like I said last week, I came around on the Shaq trade pretty quickly. Who knows if it works out ultimately, but it gives Phoenix a better chance than they had previously.