Wet-vacs work great on vomit.
The six year old was in a very bad mood. He stormed upstairs.
“I hate everything! I hate every person and every thing in the whole world! Everything!
Except for Wii!!”
(Ron Mexico is the name Michael Vick used when he checked into clinics to see if he had VD. Which he naturally did not tell his girlfriend about.)
If you don’t know what Bukkake is, you are a good person. Don’t click this at work. This leads to the follow-up question: On the other side of the table was his girlfriend. What did it say on her shirt!?
I could not take much joy in this game. Sure it was great at first. The hook up to Moss. Lawrence Maroney on fire. The Patriots understanding how to play in snow and ice and rain against a fair-weather team. The flea flicker was fantastic.
But after that it was no fun. It was like watching a particularly awkward episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm or The Office. Part of you enjoys it but a lot of you just wants it to be over. You finish watching out of a sense of duty not because it’s actually enjoyable.
I wonder what the Titans locker room was like at half time. I think they just sat there staring at the wall. What could you say? They are some of the best athletes on the planet, but in this game they just plain sucked.
The wife likes to watch The Rachel Zoe Project. I watched with her a few minutes. One of Rachel’s assistants was mad at some interns she was in charge of. Things weren’t going well, and she had to say something to them. She spoke slowly, thinking carefully about what she was saying. And she said it.
Oh my god, you guys like so don’t take me serious!
Gee, I wonder why not.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a fantastic show. Although nothing will ever measure up to it’s first two seasons, it’s gotten very close. Of four episodes this season, two have been funny and two have been amazingly crying-from-laughing funny. Go online and watch Frank’s Intervention (maybe here also). Classic TV.
The best thing about the show is that it has no redeeming values whatsoever. None. Everything on the show is just awful. Even South Park usually has a lesson. Just reading the descriptions on Wikipedia made me laugh out loud.
The series follows The Gang, a group of five white, semi-alcoholic, unethical underachievers who run Paddy’s Pub, a run-down bar in Philadelphia.
Dennis, Dee (Deandra), Mac, Charlie, and Frank are dishonest, selfish, egotistical, and/or antagonistic, and are often embroiled in controversial issues. Episodes usually find them hatching elaborate schemes, conspiring against one another or others for personal gain or the pleasure of watching their downfall. Their tactics often rely on inflicting emotional and sometimes physical pain on individuals both deserving and undeserving. They regularly use sex to blackmail and manipulate one another and others outside of the group. Their unity is never solid; any of them would quickly dump the others for quick profit or personal gain regardless of the consequences.
Dennis has a strong superiority complex. He is almost wholly unable to empathize and routinely destroys others’ property, betrays his friends, and harshly criticizes the appearance of people in his presence. He even insults and demeans his friends, particularly Deandra and Charlie, on a regular basis and never hesitates to draw attention to their flaws, shortcomings, and past failures. Both his friends and enemies consistently refer to him as “a piece of sh*t” throughout the series.
Charlie is an angry underachiever prone to Al Pacino-styled outbursts. He has poor personal hygiene, lives in squalor, and frequently abuses inhalants such as glue and spray paint. Charlie, like the rest of The Gang, drinks copious amounts of alcohol. In addition, Charlie has abused anabolic steroids, LSD, and amyl nitrate poppers, and has been addicted to powdered cocaine. Throughout the show, Charlie exhibits difficulty reading and writing; The Gang frequently accuses him of being illiterate and calls him “retarded.”Sweet Dee was unpopular in high school due to her severe scoliosis, for which she wore a corrective back brace that earned her the nickname “The Aluminum Monster.” Despite identifying herself as a compassionate liberal, she is characterized as being selfish, greedy, and prejudiced. She is consistently criticized and belittled by The Gang for her appearance (in one episode Dennis refers to her as “The Female Larry Bird”), for her lack of talent, and for being a woman. Dee is usually ignored or ridiculed whenever she presents an idea to The Gang; however, if someone repeats her exact suggestion, it is immediately accepted. In her mother’s will, Dee is told that she has been a disappointment and a mistake (even though she is Dennis’ twin).
Like the rest of The Gang, Charlie has a poor grasp of history and current events, sometimes avoiding a conversation altogether to maintain his dignity.
Although he seeks his friends’ acceptance, Mac takes special pleasure in undermining, physically harming, contradicting, and publicly belittling Sweet Dee at every possible opportunity. Though Mac seems to care more about issues such as abortion, community activism, and parenting than the rest of The Gang, his views on such subjects are invaraiably twisted, ignorant, or prejudiced, and his actions regarding them are always hypocritical and selfish.
Frank claims to have his children’s best interests at heart but he frequently exploits and insults them. Over the course of the series he has pimped out his son Dennis for “no-rules” sexual favors and trained his daughter Sweet Dee to be a boxer so she could fight the daughter of his longtime nemesis. He is especially cruel to Dee, constantly remarking negatively on her age and looks. Frank personally waterboards Dee in Paddy’s men’s room to gain a confession in “The Gang Solves the Gas Crisis.”
He says he went to Vietnam, leading people to believe he fought in the Vietnam War, but Dennis and Dee both remind him that he went to Vietnam in 1993 to open a sweatshop.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A 6-year-old boy is floating over northeastern Colorado in a homebuilt balloon and authorities are racing to try and rescue him.
Update: I saw a few seconds of footage last night. Even in those few seconds I could tell there was no one in it. A balloon that size would float very differently with a 50 pound boy in it. It turned out the boy was sleeping in the attic. Oy.
These have gotten kind of boring, huh? I don’t remember many hands tonight (I gave blood earlier)… there were bad beats and lucky draws, there were bluffs and such bla bla.
We have accelerated the blind structure, so near the end of hour 3, there were 30 big blinds worth of chips in play with four players. You know what that means – lots of all-ins.
That is also a good time to have pocket queens when the other guy has pocket jacks.
And heads up is an awful good time to get pocket aces when the other guy has A-4.
Tonight: $116. I think. Between add-ons and bounties (we tried those out tonight) the math is a little shaky. It’s around thar somewheres.