- "ACLs" - Specifically Tom Brady's. He's done for the year, which sucks for Pats fans and the NFL. He's the biggest star in the league,
playedplaying for the best organization of the decade, and bones Gisele. Life on Earth doesn't get any better; plus there'll be Gisele aplenty for him at home. The Pats playoff hopes are pretty much done. 9 wins at the most. This is going to sound cold, but I'm not hurting for New England fans. Let somebody else win for a change.
- "Peanut Tillman" - My longtime favorite Bear. At first, it was just b/c he was a grown man referred to as a legume. But he's put together a very underrated career. He shoulda been a Pro Bowler in 2006. Anyways, it was great to see him prove me completely wrong en route to helping the Bears spank Indy. Wish a quick recovery to his daughter too.
- "Doomsday" - Seems like whenever people are confronted with something scientific they can't comprehend, instinct tell them to fear the end of days. On Wednesday, some Euro physicists are doing something I'm not going to even begin to attempt to explain. Time Magazine just says they are going to recreate the Big Bang in order to better understand the Universe's earliest seconds. Ms. Barge is gonna be so excited about this. Anyways, the world can't get eaten by a black hole Wednesday. The Mayans already settled this.
- "Macaroni" - Best pasta ever. Dave Chappelle should endorse it.
- "Nature" -
Word on the streetMeteorologists are predicting another hurricane hitting the Gulf Coast this weekend. Ike to be specific. *I always wondered why they gave hurricanes people names. Some people might not appreciate sharing a name with deadly storms. Just ask all the Katrinas in the 504* Anyways, I hope I don't hear any global warming arguments in reference to the busy September hurricane season. Global warming/climate change/whatever is happening, and human waste has accelerated it, but the Earth isn't static and hurricanes have happened forever. I'm not downplaying the melted icecaps and dead penguins and such, I'm just saying that we wouldn't consider the problem handled if a summer went by with 0 major hurricanes.