Thursday, May 8, 2014
Butthead @KingJames and I in Saratoga circa ‘05. Always hated that arrogant cross-dresser. #TBT #LeBron

Butthead @KingJames and I in Saratoga circa ‘05. Always hated that arrogant cross-dresser. #TBT #LeBron

Monday, April 7, 2014

Greatest Moments of WrestleMania 30

Hearing the glass shatter and seeing Stone Cold, The Rock, & Hulk Hogan was the perfect way to start off ‘Mania.

HHH with his usual great entrance and Stephanie showing a lot of legs for the boys. One of the better matches off the nights with both Hunter and DBry delivering.

Bray Wyatt has the most unique gimmick in the WWE and he fucking killed it last night; live entrance, wrestling, getting the crowd involved, playing with Cena: all top notch stuff.

Cesaro tossing heavy favorite and Captain Insano, The Big Show, out of the ring to win the Battle Royal was one of the highlights of the night. Absolute beast mode move. Fandango dancing was also a nice touch.

Brock Lesnar beating The Streak & The Undertaker was an utter blindside. Nobody saw that coming, but, it was primo. 21-1. Heyman and that black guy’s face say it all.

Main Event wasn’t bad. Bryan being Batista Bombed into an RKO on the table was the most absurd move of the night. Orton landing on the monitor & Daniel being put on a stretcher was awesome.

Daniel Bryan winning the belts? YES!

Saturday, March 29, 2014
Deez Nuts on The People's Court - watch more funny videos

Deez Nuts on The People’s Court

The best post-verdict People’s Court interview of all time.

One: killer American flag sweater. He was definitely turning heads when he walked into the courtroom with all that swag

Two: way to engage the reporter in talking about D. Walked him right into the deez nuts line. Job well done.

#NotGuilty

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
The Zen Master is once again a member of the New York Knicks.

It took a boatload of money ($60 million) plus a whole lot of incentives for Phil to take the position of President of the Knickerbockers. But, fortunate for the fans who have put up with this mess of a team the past decade, one of the greatest champions of all-time has signed on and promises a bright future. 

This is fantastic news for N.Y and certainly renews faith in the Knicks. Jackson knows talent and understands how to direct a team.

It’s like The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase said, “Everyone has a price!”

The Zen Master is once again a member of the New York Knicks.

It took a boatload of money ($60 million) plus a whole lot of incentives for Phil to take the position of President of the Knickerbockers. But, fortunate for the fans who have put up with this mess of a team the past decade, one of the greatest champions of all-time has signed on and promises a bright future.

This is fantastic news for N.Y and certainly renews faith in the Knicks. Jackson knows talent and understands how to direct a team.

It’s like The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase said, “Everyone has a price!”

Monday, March 10, 2014

Weekend in Review

Knicks: Following a brutal February, the N.Y Knicks have reeled off three wins in a row. This weekend they were able to dominate the Jazz and defeat the Cavaliers; not great competition, but wins nonetheless. Whether they make the playoffs or not, this team flat out sucks. The good news? Phil Jackson might actually become GM. I refuse to believe the hype until I see action, but that would be a huge step in making me believe once again.

Islanders: Well, this team is worse than ever. Their loss Friday to Calgary would be a heartbreaker to any other team, but for the lowly Isles this is just what we have come to expect. After another blown 2 goal lead and some time to reflect on awful trade deadline deals, especially Thomas Vanek to MTL, it is time to break out the brown paper bags and place them over one’s head.

FGCU Eagles: Tough weekend for my alma mater. After a couple victories in the A-Sun tournament, there was never a doubt in my mind we wouldn’t win the finals and be heading back to the NCAA tournament. Unfortunately, Mercer won in our building Sunday. FGCU’s guard play in the first half led to terrible offense and a lead that could not be overcome, despite an unbelievable, valiant comeback with shades of Dunk City. As disappointed as I am, I promise the Eagles will make noise in the NIT and deliver a facial/poster or two.

All in all, there were more losses than wins: something I have become accustomed to. But like Billy Joel, I will be keeping the faith.

Friday, March 7, 2014