Does this remind anyone else of when Lloyd sold Billy in 4C his dead parakeet? This kid is 16, so there’s no way his friends don’t tell him the truth. And probably not in the most polite manner either. Would you be pissed if your parents tried to dupe you by taking advantage of your handicap? I think I already know the answer to
It appears that Greg Ellis parlayed his three years worth of incessant bitching and moaning into a sweet gig with none other than the Oakland Raiders. The lure of the Emperor was evidently much more appealing than playing alongside a Jedi Knight. The Dark Side can have these effects on the feeble-minded. It’s too bad you took every opportunity the last few years to cry like a huge puss, Mr. Ellis, because your career is now officially
This guy claims to be the greatest pitchman alive. And let me tell you, I believe him. I didn’t know it possible to squeeze this many priceless quotes into a two minute span.
- “You don’t spend the money, until you’ve made the money.”
- “Holds a crease…”
- “Looks like crap, it is crap.”
- “I will never make a criticism if I don’t have a resolution.”
- “It doesn’t fit in a Rolodex, because it doesn’t belong in a Rolodex.”
- “I build crowds. Guaranteed. What do you do
I apologize for just now getting around to posting this excellent editorial that appeared in the Wall Street Journal on May 18. Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore discuss exactly why it’s such a disaster for states with huge budget deficits to try and solve their problems by soaking their rich residents with a litany of new tax increases. States such as California, New York, Illinois, Minnesota and Connecticut have never met a new tax they didn’t like, and now they’re paying the price.
Here’s the problem for states that want to pry more money out of the wallets of rich people.
As you can probably tell by the lack of posts on the subject, I couldn’t care less about the issue of gay marriage. I tend to lean more against it than for it, but overall, it’s something I don’t lose a whole lot of sleep over. However, I have been following the ax job the media has pulled on Carrie Prejean, the Miss California representative who voiced her opposition to gay marriage when asked about it by Perez Hilton at the Miss USA Pagenent. Or I should say, the former Miss California since she was officially stripped of her title
I think the premise to the movie Final Destination just played out in real life. In case you haven’t seen the movie, the gist is that sometimes death comes looking for you, and even if you manage to narrowly escape, it will still come back for you sooner rather than later. This story about a woman who was killed in a car crash one week after missing her flight on Air France Flight 447 seems to lend credibility to the Final Destination
Normally, any video that’s four minutes long and about a wedding wouldn’t warrant a second glance from me since both are huge wastes of times. However, this video maybe the most creative thing that’s ever appeared on the
Amanda Cobra is a fellow Dallas blogger who writes the perpetually sharp-witted and spot-on blog, You Go Live In Utah. Her latest post tackles what has become an obsession of mine: proclaiming the absolute worthlessness of Twitter. People try to downplay my naysaying since I’ve never actually taken the time to sign up for a Twitter account. Well, Amanda listened to the hype, signed up and realized that Twitter is still retarded. Read her complete post here. Or RT it to all of your followers. Or take your iPhone and shove it up your……..ahhhh what’s the
With the release of Pacman Jones and the trade of Anthony Henry to the Lions for John Kitna, the Cowboys are going to be looking to their young cornerbacks to step up big time this season. Second year CB Mike Jenkins knows that expectations will be very high for him, especially since the Cowboys drafted him in the first round in ‘08. There’s a great article about Jenkins and the upcoming season in the DMN today. You’ll notice that right off the bat, Todd Archer mentions one change Jenkins has already made is to switch his jersey number from 31 to
Jerry Jones’ $1.15 billion monument to himself officially opens this weekend when George Strait brings his country greatness to town on Saturday. I won’t be personally attending the concert, just longing to be there from afar. However, I want to hear from anybody who does plan on going on Saturday. I want to hear about first impressions of the stadium, what traffic is like on the way there and how the parking situation measures up. As a season ticket holder for the upcoming year, these are all issues I have a vested interest in. And if anyone wants to take few cellphone