Thursday, September 25, 2008

Bring your green hat



Weekend Itinerary:

Thursday evening fly BWI - CMH. Get picked up from airport by Yeti. Proceed to drink at The Library. Maybe get a little drunk.

Friday: Drive from Columbus to South Bend, IN to stay with the ever-so-popular Walter Shobchak. Proceed to wear red satin jacket (cause that's what they like in South Bend) and drink copious amounts of booze. Then eat a sub and pass out.

Saturday: Tailgate with many Catholics, do my best to fit in and not make fun of Charlie Weis. Go to Purdue (apparently it's more like PurDon't) ND game at 2:30. Fall asleep from the lack of offense, then wake up to watch the final game winning field goal drive. Tailgate more after game, then drink till we can't feel feelings anymore.

Sunday: Drag ass back to Cbus to catch flight back to DC.

(Maybe) We'll post some pictures from the weekend when we're back. Not sure if we'll remember to take any (or if Walter can keep his sack out of any of them).

Damn

Just wow

So apparently this story is among the most popular on CNN.com right now.

A couple thoughts:

Have you ever heard of any Irish people offering free booze to the first 50 families that move to their neighborhood?

What about black people offering a 12 month supply of fried chicken?

No, you haven't, because that would be considered extremely racist and stereotypical.

However, since they're offering money it's ok - money is the standard by which we trade goods and compensate people for their work. Except that money is like crack for Jewish people.

Also, there aren't really any Jews in the south - if these people really wanted to live around lots of other Jews, they could move to Brooklyn. I heard there are a lot of Jewish people in New York.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Duck, Duck, Canada

Feelin the flow. Workin it - workin it

So the US won the Ryder cup for the first time in like 75 years. Boo (Boo!!!) Weekley was celebrating while playing. Check him out.




Talk about a hole in one...

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Monday, September 15, 2008

Lighting Bolt of the Week

been pretty busy lately - missed a few posts - hopefully bringing some funny will make up for my absence.


Mini Golf is Dangerous

Friday, September 12, 2008

Art's Flip Out of the Week



Lion has a mouthful
Indian's taste like curry
Just like stretch armstrong

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Thursday, September 4, 2008

CNN isn't the only one

My favorite part isn't even the obviously widely disparate headlines - it is that on the Obama cover all the people in the pictures on the side are smiling, but on the Palin cover they all look upset. Check the story here

What are you trying to say, CNN?



Look familiar? No? How about now?

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

By God, he's got a point

Aside from smelling what Barack is cooking, I really couldn't be more underwhelmed with the presidential election stuff going on right now.

Not sure why I clicked on it, but Penn Jillette has a great opinion article over at CNN right now.

Some highlights:

The president being smart, charismatic, and a great leader probably isn't the best thing.

"Everyone I talk to seems to think the president of the United States right now is stupid. The Bush presidency is stupid speeches, stupid high gas prices, stupid bad economy, stupid war on terrorism, stupid war on drugs, stupid hurricane fixing, stupid global warming, stupid war -- stupid, stupid, stupid."

"The idea, especially from the Democrats that I know, is, we just get a smarter guy in the White House, and all the problems will go away. We'll have smart speeches, smart high gas prices, smart bad economy, smart war on terrorism, smart war on drugs, smart hurricanes, smart global warming, smart war in Georgia -- smart, smart, smart."

Now Jillette is a firmly entrenched Libertarian (he quotes the Cato Institute a few times), but he's got some good points.

Although, when politics are involved maybe people are just voting for the tits.