Month: October 2005
ESPN, what in the F has happened to you? Nevermind the Bills’ awful loss tonight, I’m too enraged to even dissect that; that was perhaps the worst “professional” sports broadcast I’ve ever seen in my life. The fact that Theismann, Maguire and Patrick still have their jobs after so many years of utter incompetence is a testament to the fact that there is no God, and if there is, He hates all sentient life.
Two huge turnovers missed because we had to see interviews with Pats owner Robert Kraft and crap about the all-inspiring comeback of Tedy Bruschi. In fact, it was so inspiring that Bruschi’s missed tackle in the first quarter was deemed one of the finest plays in the history of professional organized sports.
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The Toronto Pearl Jam review is up, along with New York City II (2003), Hershey (2003) and Toledo (2004). They’ve been gathering dust inside my computer for some time now. Enjoy.
I should've gotten a taco
Two tanks of gas: $85
One chicken quesadilla w/margaritas: $20
Several beers, gin & tonics: $40
One speeding ticket: $145
Driving eight hours for one night in Potsdam: priceless
Sideways | B+
director: Alexander Payne
starring Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church
|A great, “little” independent flick about two friends taking a weekend trip to California’s wine country. It’s not necessarily a gut-busting, over-the-top, laugh-fest, but I found it pretty hilarious nonetheless. It won’t be for everyone; there’s some pretention you might have to get over in order to enjoy it. It’s almost good enough to make you want to go on a weekend jaunt to wine country. Almost. “I don’t want the fucking Merlot!” indeed.|