Holy crapola! I was going to write a post about Daunte Culpepper getting signed to the Lions earlier, and I’m glad I waited…
The Answer is coming to the Pistons, too! Allen Iverson wasn’t a big fan of our former coach, Larry Brown… or practice for that matter.
We have hadn’t this many marquee players in town since the 2003-4 Red Wings roster (even though hockey doesn’t really count, right rest of America?)
I mean, the 2006 Tigers had… I give up. The last superstar we had is a gimme – Barry Sanders.
(SIDENOTE: My buddy, Jay was a huge Barry fan. He would have probably given anything to meet him. One night, in a Canadian strip club, two of my other friends ran into him at the bar, and they exchanged words. Barry left not soon after, and walked right past Jay as he was getting a $10 table dance. I don’t know… I find it funny.)
Well, whether this is good news or not will play out in the future, but it may pay off for me much earlier. You see, I have plans to get personalized sports jerseys for each of the teams. I already have my #20 Seanders Lions Jersey. I’m waiting to make sure Curtis Granderson is a Tigers’ franchise guy before I get a #28 Grandersean jersey, because I almost got a #14 Seanahan before Brendan Shanahan was traded to the Rangers (I hope he returns to retire with us, but I always have the option of #13 Datsean – #19 Yzersean seems to be pushing it). Prior to Iverson, my best Piston pun would have been Taysean, but that’s Prince’s first name. Could there be a Iversean jersey?
Anyhoopsandhuddles, welcome aboard, Daunte and Allen! Hopefully, we don’t suck your souls.
I have known a few people through the years that have done things that some people may see as odd, such as wearing leather chaps to a co-ed softball game while covered in peanut butter, or making artwork out of animal intestines.
Okay, actually, they are odd, but some people find that off-putting. For me, these people are the spice of life (the off-the-cuff kind of spice you’d find at CVS or Aldi’s). They’re a modern performance artist, in my opinion, and I can say I’m not too different (see the new #7 on my Fact Sheet). Or they’re completely batshit crazy, but who cares?
Crispin Glover may be a genius or a nutjob (the separtion between the two is a thin line, and we’re not talking cocaine here… or are we?) Check out Screen Junkies’ list of his “9 Most Bizarre Moments.”
Here’s a sneak peek at #8:
BONUS: Toonces Without a Cause:
Almost 12,000,000 people have seen this. Up until this past weekend, I had not. If I can spread this onto at least one more of you, I will feel that I’ve done my good deed for the year. Now I can drink my beer, watch my porn, and insult my friends and family without any further feelings of ill will…
All right, I never feel ill will, but it does bother me that I don’t.
No, it doesn’t.
Where the Hell is… Matt? and where the hell is my pizza! I ordered it an hour ago!
I’ve refrained from getting into political discourse on this page because there are far better blogs on WordPress for that (such as Mudflats and Margaret and Helen for example). But this I found via BlackSpin and I’m sure it will soon be everywhere. Ladies and gents I present to you: The Wassup Guys from the Budweiser commercials – Eight Years Later.
For memories of better times.
Ironically, Shelley Malil (Chad, the tennis guy from this Bud commercial), fared no better in the last eight years.
Wow… this is some bummerific junx. To clean the palette: