Friday, January 06, 2006

Good Times

First, there was this.

Then, this.

Now, comes this.

For this century to get any better for me, health-news-wise, they'd pretty much have to announce that wearing sweatpants somehow makes you taller, and that watching sports on TV drastically slows down the aging process.

Keep it coming, 21st century!

Hail To the Chiefs (and the Penguins, and the Red Sox, and the Dolphns...)

You know what I just decided?

If I were a former United States president, I would wear (excluding very formal occasions, of course) absolutely nothing but those ceremonial champsionship jerseys that White House-visiting sports teams give out. You know the ones with the president's name and the number "1" on the back?

That would rule.

Also, when the Twins won in 1991, do you suppose they made up a special "Bush" jersey with the number "1" on it, or just convinced utility outfielder Randy Bush to give him one of his #25s and hope nobody noticed?

I'll look into that if I have the time.

Oh, and by the way, the Vikings just hired former vice principal Brad Childress (sorry; that's former Eagles offensive coordinator Brad Childress; the photo threw me off) as their new head coach. I don't know anything about Brad Childress whatsoever, except that thus far into his tenure he pretty much has to be considered the best Vikings coach since Bud Grant.

(that's some good work you're doing down there in Arizona, Denny! Keep it up!)

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Vince Young

Yeah, and have fun never reaching the Super Bowl, whichever NFL team drafts Vince "Poor Man's Vick" Young.

[I'm not upset]

The Better Team Won

College football is ridiculous. Still, even a laughably flawed system such as the BCS is bound to produce a correct result every so often, in a infinite-number-of-monkeys-infinite-number-of-typewriters sort of way.

Texas 41, USC 38. Simply put: the better team won.

[thanks a lot, by the way, USC. The one time -- the one freaking time -- I put actual money on a sporting event, you guys can't sack up. Lots of luck with the Texans and Saints, Bush and Leinart, you pieces of crap. Not that I'm upset]

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