Thursday, December 31, 2009

...bye bye 09

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Tuukkas Winter Classic Mask...

Beverly, Mass. - Boston Bruins goaltender Tukka Rask will look pretty fierce Friday at Fenway Park, thanks to the work of a Beverly policeman.

Officer Mike Boccuzzi, of Beverly Police Department, helped design Rask’s custom made goalie mask for the team’s New Year’s Day battle against the Philadelphia Flyers at the Winter Classic, Jan. 1.

Rask, along with fellow Bruin netminder Tim Thomas, will be unveiling their unique Fenway-themed headgear at the team’s pre-game skate, Thursday, Dec. 31.

The Beverly Citizen got an exclusive sneak peek at what Rask’s mask will look like (see accompanying photos).

“They wanted to make me a mask for the Winter Classic and why not,” Rask said. “Timmy is getting one too, so we’re both going to be wearing the helmets [Thursday].”

The mask’s co-designer, Boccuzzi teamed up with longtime goalie mask guru Domenic Malerba to create something that carried both the traditional flair of the Boston Bruins, while also incorporating plenty of Fenway flavor. The end result is equivalent to a Manny Ramirez shot over the Green Monster.

Rask’s mask depicts a disgruntled grizzly ripping through Fenway’s famed facade, formerly known as the .406 Club, with the tattered remains of a New York Yankee jersey caught within its jaws. The mask was given an expert paint job by Georgetown native Luke Dobie, adding plenty of attitude to the bruising bear.

“I like it,” Rask said.

-From Wicked Local

Thanks for the heads up Welchie!!

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Christmas tree surfing?

You put your weed in it...

Woman's blood alcohol content topples state records

Woman's blood alcohol content topples state records

A Sturgis woman had a blood-alcohol level of .708 percent, possibly a state record, when she was found earlier this month behind the wheel of a stolen vehicle parked on Interstate 90, according to Meade County State’s Attorney Jesse Sondreal.

A South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper discovered Marguerite Engle, 45, on Dec. 1 passed out behind the wheel of a delivery truck reported stolen in Rapid City.

Her blood-alcohol level was almost nine times South Dakota’s legal limit of .08 percent.

Checks with local and state labs where blood-alcohol levels are tested suggest Engle’s reading may be the highest ever recorded in South Dakota, Sondreal said.

Sondreal said a state chemist recalled a sample that tested .53, but nothing higher, in his more than 30 years on the job.

Dr. Robert Looyenga, who recently retired from the Rapid City Police Department’s forensic laboratory, told Sondreal that the highest blood-alcohol sample he tested measured .56 percent.

Sondreal’s research indicates that a blood-alcohol level of .40 is considered a lethal dose for about 50 percent of the population.

“Engle’s was almost double that,” Sondreal said.

After she was found, Engle was hospitalized and freed on bond.

She failed to appear in court on Dec. 15, but Sturgis police located her Monday evening in another stolen car sitting in a ditch along S.D. Highway 34 near Fort Meade.

Engle was arrested for second offense driving under the influence and taken to jail.

Engle made her initial appearance in Meade County magistrate court Tuesday. She is being held without bond.

Sondreal said Engle has been living in a hotel after recently moving here from Minnesota.

Engle is most likely facing charges in Pennington County since both vehicles were stolen in Rapid City, Sondreal said.


Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Have a conversation...

with the Cleverbot.

NHL Set to Open Spectator Plaza

NHL Set to Open Spectator Plaza
Spectator Plaza to Offer a Host of Attractions for Fans of All Ages on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1.

BOSTON (December 29, 2009) – The National Hockey League in conjunction with Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the City of Boston will extend the celebration of the New Year’s Day outdoor game between the Boston Bruins® and Philadelphia Flyers® with a free fan festival just beyond the walls of Fenway Park.

On Thursday, Dec. 31 and Friday, Jan. 1, the parking lot at Brookline Avenue and Yawkey Way will transform into the 2010 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic® Spectator Plaza, a festival for fans of all ages. Weather permitting, activities include live interviews with Bruins alumni, musical performances by Boston band The ZOO, interactive hockey-themed attractions and games, a chance to win tickets to the 2010 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic game and more.

Fans across the country can tune in to the 2010 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic®, the much-anticipated outdoor match-up between longtime rivals the Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins at Fenway Park on New Year’s Day, via the nationally-televised NBC broadcast live at 1 p.m. ET / noon CT on January 1, 2010.

Last year’s Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Wrigley Field attracted the largest audience for a regular-season NHL game in 34 years. The 2010 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, a celebration of the sport of hockey and a return to its roots, will be the third regular-season outdoor NHL game played in the U.S. and the fourth overall.


Well…it’s come down to this. We have 2 teams (Street Pharmacist and Iggles) battling for Beer Bitch responsibilities. IGGLES trails PHARMACIST by 42 points which is a fairly decent sized lead. But PHARMACIST is dealing with some injuries as well as the possibility of some of his star players being rested on the last week of the season. LT, Colston, Vincent Jackson may not play or may get pulled early since their teams have nothing to play for. PHARMACIST has some tough roster decisions to make this week. EDGE….PHARMACIST

There is the battle for 3rd place. We have 3 teams (Franklins Felons, Team Mung, and Sflabo) within 9 points of each other and the Slippery Wizards have an outside shot at sneaking up on everyone. Other than Ricky Williams FELONS looks to be healthy, MUNG may have to think about benching Brady, FLABO may lose Rivers and Gates. EDGE…FELONS

We have 2 teams (Smidawgs and Iggles) fighting it out for who wears the dress to next years draft. DAWGS trails IGGLES by 75.5 points going into the last week, it’s a lot of points to make up so DAWGS is going to need everything to break right and hope IGGLES puts up a very low week. EDGE…IGGLES

On to the review…..

Madd Fucking Niggerish has been fightin’ all year trying to stay out of the dreaded 9th or 10th place and with this weeks win NIGGERISH can sit back and relax for Week 17. Since NIGGERISH has nothing to play for is there any chance we can get DeAngelo and Jonathan Stewart starts during the same week. I’ve been waiting all year and this may be your last chance.

This may be the first time all year I’m giving the bad to a player instead of a team. I mean Steven Jackson just took the WIZARDS dreams of finishing in 3rd place overall (as well as a weekly win) and flushed them down the toilet. What a kick in the nuts…WIZARDS finished in 2nd place for the week by 7 points and if Jackson had declared himself out earlier in the day WIZARDS could’ve played Mendenhall and gotten the 8.5 points from him.

PHARMACIST…what in the world is going on? If there was one team I would bet the house on that they don’t finish below 5th place it would be you. You’re sinkin’ faster than the Titanic kid. You posted the 2nd lowest week of the year and are in jeopardy of falling into 9th place. Better work the waiver wire this week.

“should stuck with mccoy or Donald brown smid said gato was there runner”
Let me make sure this is correct. For advice on who you should use as an emergency replacement for Steven Jackson you decided to speak with the team currently in last place? I think I would’ve asked somebody else….cost you the week.

Beach Bums
Can somebody please tell me how exactly BUMS wound up with Manning, Wayne, and Peterson all on the same team? I barely remember the draft but we all let Manning and Wayne slip to the 20th and 21st pick? I guess we all deserved what we got for letting that happen.

Franklins Felons
I only have one thing for you this week FELONS. Any TE going against the Philly D is a MUST START!!! I believe that is rule number 5.

DAWGS…DAWGS…DAWGS…you think you have the comeback of the year in you this Sunday? If you make the right roster moves there is a chance you can make up the points. You’re gonna need to put up 140 points and then hope my team falls flat on their face which has happened a few times this year. So don’t throw in the towel and keep fighting…I’m pretty sure the rest of the league is pulling for you.

OK Mr. Forte…you made a complete cluster fuck of my season but all will be forgotten if you can light up the Detroit Lions and pull me out of the Beer Bitch position. Same for you Mr. Jennings…you’ve been a key cog in leading me out of the basement these last 2 weeks so I need one more performance from you.

Madd Fucking Niggerish
I know I’m asking for a lot but on top of playing the Carolina dynamic duo don’t you have the play Chris Chambers this week. It’s the principle of it.

Street Pharmacist
Here is my question for PHARMACIST. If Los does show up this Sunday (which is doubtful) does PHARMACIST punch him in the face over the whole Thomas Jones fiasco? I mean you can’t let somebody get away with a bullshit move like that without there being repercussions! And if Los shows up in a dress like he should does that means PHARMACIST gets arrested for punching a girl? And yes…these are the types of things that keep me up at night thinking about

Where have you been FLABO? No writing…no texting, it’s like you’ve fallen off the face of the earth. I hope you will at least make it this Sunday. Who knows I may start practicing my Beer Bitch responsibilities so I can lay down the ground rules for next years draft. It will be organized and there will be no questions about where all the money disappeared to like last year.

Team Mung
I’m pullin’ for you kid. 3rd place is in your grasp and you’re entire roster has something to play for. First year in the league and you could finish in the money. Very impressive!

Most Interesting Men
We’re still waiting….

The Slippery Wizards
I’m still waiting for the announcement of an extension for GM Chrissy. I mean if you don’t lock this guy up to a long term deal I’ve heard rumblings that other teams are looking to acquire his services.

Jersey Shore Anthem

This is for all you Jersey Shore-aholics...

Monday, December 28, 2009

Someone is 32

Today is my birthday. Don't forget to buy me a shot or 12 next time you see me.

Let's see what I learned this weekend:

1. HOPE is a strong strong word.
2. Welchie pisses on 1 dollar bills at all times.
3. They still make Champion sweatshirts and people still buy bright red ones and wear em for Christmas.
4. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones put on a great show:

5. Home made Baileys is the shit, even better than real Baileys.
6. Alex's in Stoughton is sketchy and scummy.
7. A 50 dollar Yankee gift card swap is the best Yankee swap I have ever been part of.
8. Funny pictures on my grandma's wall:

9. Oh yeah, you never tell anyone you went to or are at Alex's...Per Mike Foley.
10. Pabst Blue Ribbon tall boys for 6 bucks is probably the last good deal of 2009.
11. Every man needs a good mechanic, good barber and a good tailor.
12. My camera on my cell phone sucks monkey dick.
13. I love back stage after parties(After the show its the after party and after the party its the hotel lobby).
14. The Hangover was not as funny as Old School, Step Brothers or Anchorman.
15. People are looking forward to the last week of fantasy football. They are talking and they want to see who finishes last.

Friday, December 25, 2009


12 days of Christmas...

I know that this has been out for a few days but I wanted to post it on Christmas:


Jesus Saves?

It is coming...

The Dave & Buster’s national restaurant chain is a step closer to renovating and moving into the closed Circuit City store.

On Tuesday, license commissioners approved the transfer of an all-alcoholic liquor license from the former Ridge Racquet Club to Dave and Buster’s.

The chain’s attorney, Andrew Upton, told the board that $10 million would be spent renovating the Circuit City building at South Shore Plaza.

Upton said the 35,000 square-foot restaurant would have about 100 employees and generate tax revenue for the town.

Dave & Buster’s is negotiating a lease for the building with Simon Properties.

This would be the first Dave & Buster’s in Massachusetts. The 27-year-old Dallas-based chain features arcade games as part of its family-oriented appeal.

The restaurant also needs an ordinance change approval from the town council so it can have a large number of arcade games that award players tickets that can be redeemed for merchandise.

If renovations begin in March, the restaurant could be ready for customers late in 2010.

The closest Dave & Buster’s opened 10 years ago at the Providence Place mall in Rhode Island.

-Patriot Ledger

Updating the blog...even on Xmas!

Merry Christmas

Here is a little Christmas Cheer for everyone:

Thursday, December 24, 2009

CVG at it yet again...

Up to the minute action on a fire as we speak:


1. Avoid carrot sticks. Anyone who puts carrots on a holiday buffet table knows nothing of the Christmas spirit. In fact, if you see carrots, leave immediately. Go next door, where they're serving rum balls.

2. Drink as much eggnog as you can. And quickly. Like fine single-malt scotch, it's rare. In fact, it's even rarer than single-malt scotch. You can't find it any other time of year but now. So drink up! Who cares that  it has 10,000 calories in every sip? It's not as if you're going to turn into an eggnog-aholic or something. It's a treat. Enjoy it. Have one for me. Have two. It's later than you think. It's Christmas!

3. If something comes with gravy, use it. That 's the whole point of gravy. Gravy does not stand alone. Pour it on. Make a volcano out of your mashed potatoes. Fill it with gravy. Eat the volcano. Repeat.

4. As for mashed potatoes, always ask if they're made with skim milk  or whole milk and how many sticks of butter. If it's skim, pass. Why bother? It's like buying a sports car with an automatic transmission.

5. Do not have a snack before going to a party in an effort to control your eating. The whole point of going to a Christmas party is to eat other people's food for free. Lots of it. Hello?

6. Under no circumstances should you exercise between now and New Year's. You can do that in January when you have nothing else to do.  This is the time for long naps, which you'll need after circling the buffet table while carrying a 10-pound plate of food and that vat of eggnog.

7. If you come across something really good at a buffet table, like frosted Christmas cookies in the shape and size of Santa, position yourself near them and don't budge. Have as many as you can before becoming the center of attention. They're like a beautiful pair of shoes. If you leave them behind, you're never going to see them again.

8. Same for pies. Apple. Pumpkin. Mincemeat. Have a slice of each.  Or, if you don't like mincemeat, have two apples and one pumpkin.  Always have three. When else do you get to have more than one dessert? .....Labor Day?

9. Did someone mention fruitcake? Granted, it's loaded  with the mandatory celebratory calories, but avoid it at all cost.  I mean, really, have some standards.

10. One final tip: If you don't feel terrible when you leave the party  or get up from the table, you haven't been paying attention. 
Reread tips; start over, but hurry, January is just around the corner.


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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Mcdonalds anyone?

A teenager is accused of threatening a McDonald’s employee at knifepoint in Hendersonville Friday, Dec. 18.

The teenager threatened to slap a female employee at the West Main Street restaurant location before pulling a knife, saying he was going to “mess her up,” according to the affidavits filed in Sumner County General Sessions Court.

Hendersonville police arrested Cody Foster, 19, of Hendersonville, on charges of aggravated assault.

Police charged a second person, Timothy B. Wright, 18, of Hendersonville with tampering with evidence for allegedly disposing of the knife in the men’s restroom trash can as the police arrived, according to the affidavits.
No one was injured in the incident.

Police say Foster’s face was painted white and black and reported him as being related to a gang called “Joker’s Disciples.”

Dan Band

Its Christmas time so its Dan Band time:

You can get whatever you like...

Rapper T.I. Gets Out of Jail Almost

Rapper T.I. (born Clifford Harris) was released from jail Tuesday and sent to a halfway house, where he'll serve the remainder of a one-year sentence he began on weapons charges back in May.

The charges stemmed from back in 2007. The year before that he had the best-selling rap record in the U.S., King. His 2006 hit song, "What You Know," won a Grammy, and the next thing you know, T.I. was in a big-budget movie with Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe.

But then, oops, the long arm of the law got mixed up in the middle of his mix-up with some thugs, and T.I. was off to jail in Arkansas.

But according to this report, he's going to spend the last bit of his sentence where things are a little less restricted.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Last minute shopping ideas

Click on the pictures for some last minute shopping gifts:

Im not even a Miller Lite fan but this shirt is kick ass.

As an added bonus, put in “TasteNation” as a promotion code when you check out and save 15 percent - deal is good through the end of January.

Christmas specials for Hot Air Balloon rides:

Winter Classic is coming up:

Maybe you want buy your loved ones a new Ford(Year end clearance):

I’m A Stripper For The Holidays

I’m A Stripper For The Holidays

‘Tis the season! That’s right—Christmas. We all endure the holidays with that familiar combination of dread and enjoyment. So much to look forward to! There are the office parties, the family get-togethers, the decorations, and the gift exchanges. Everyone has their own unique holiday traditions. My favorite tradition is to spend the holidays in the buff. In fact, the holidays just aren’t the same if I’m not naked. Why? Because I’m a stripper, and naked is what I do best.

I’m fond of the men who come in during the holidays. They’re the once-a-year types—generous, easy to please. They abandon the women at their corporate parties and sneak off to the club for some male-bonding with fellow workmates. Others are the in-laws at over-sized family gatherings desperate to blow off a little steam.

Sure, my holiday traditions are similar to those of the civilian population. Nudity aside, there are some glaring differences, too.

My closest friends and family are the folks that I spend most of my naked time with—fellow strippers, customers, and staff. I admit it sounds a little dysfunctional on the surface, and maybe it is. I’m OK with that. Spending eight hours a day with the same people in various states of undress fosters a particular sense of camaraderie that can’t be replicated in any other way.

With that camaraderie comes a brutal sense of honesty. We don’t delude ourselves about the “true meaning” of Christmas. Sorry, Charlie Brown, but for me Christmas is entirely commercial. No, the gift of your company isn’t enough. You’d best bring me a nice piece of jewelry and big stacks of twenties. And keep those jingle balls in your pants.

It feels tacky to gloat in this economy, but this holiday season is lining up to be my most lucrative. I’ve amassed several regular customers—I cheerfully refer to them as my “fan club”—and each one of them is going to give me a nice little gift. Or—fingers crossed—a big, pricey gift. I’ll get each special guy something thoughtful, too.

I’m fond of the men who come in during the holidays. They’re the once-a-year types—generous, easy to please. They abandon the women at their corporate parties and sneak off to the club for some male-bonding with fellow workmates. Others are the in-laws at over-sized family gatherings desperate to blow off a little steam.

A few men find that the holidays—the time of the year devoted to sharing with your loved ones—serve as a harsh reminder of their enduring loneliness. Yesterday, I met a surly and sarcastic fellow who confessed to me that his father is dying, his wife is moving out, his daughter flunked her G.E.D. course, and he’s likely to get laid off in a few weeks. Maybe he felt a little overwhelmed, and maybe if I just sit next to him for a few songs ...

Stripping provides an opportunity for me to spread some holiday cheer the way I know best: with my big knockers. I admit my methods are unorthodox, but they sure are effective. I like to surprise a worthy customer with a free private dance, or pony up for a round of drinks for a particularly generous table. When a customer complains that he’s “just not feeling” the spirit, well, a quick smother of my cleavage relieves him of his grinchiness.

As Dec. 25 inches closer and closer, more and more of the strip club patrons and employees start to get into the spirit. Christmas tips are doled out, the dancers start dressing like slutty elves, and the DJ unabashedly plays “Santa Baby.” Our special brand of holiday cheer is hard to resist.

Our holiday party is unmatched in its sheer excess. It’s an all-night, massive, noisy shindig: free drinks, dancing, karaoke. By the time it ends, everyone is best friends. When you’re a stripper, there’s not a lot of room for promotions, so if you end up in a threesome with the boss and his best friend, you’ll still have your job the next morning. We’re not judgmental people; you’ll still have your dignity, too.

I have no complaints about spending Christmas on the pole. It sounds cliché and weird, but I don’t care. The greatest gift I get each year is the time spent with my big, naked family.

This is what I am talking about. What better way to SPREAD holiday cheer than through stripping?? I saw them ladies at the Golden Banana and they were more than happy to spread cheer and put smiles on everyones face. I think Supah P is still smiling. Chrissy would still be Moondogging it if he didn't have to work.


So I’m not really sure when the last weekly review was done but I think it’s been 2 or 3 weeks. Let me tell you that I paid very little attention while I was on exodus. So before we get into the review I’m going to steal a bit from Mr. Booze and go over the things I’ve learned the last few weeks.

1. Painting one or two rooms is no big deal, maybe even three. But painting the entire house is a decision I now regret. I will never look at a paint brush the same way again.
1a. Primer is over-rated!
2. Too bad I don’t celebrate Christmas….It would be great if Santa could get me a snow blower.
3. Who said you can’t fold a king size mattress in half to get it up the stairs?
4. Unfortunately the head board cannot be bent in half so it’s still sitting in the dinning room.
5. Moving furniture with just me and Mrs. Iggles was NOT a bonding experience….I don’t care what she says.
6. Home Depot is my home away from home.
7. It took me exactly 2 days to find 0.99 cent Sunday pizzas in Bridgewater!
8. When it comes to shoveling what exactly are my responsibilities to my 90 year old neighbors? Am I supposed to help them shovel? Is it wrong I just looked the other way and pretended I never noticed them?
9. NFL Red Zone I think I love you!!!!!
10. The dog is still confused how her furniture wound up in a new place.

So let’s get on with the review before Chrissy sends the National Guard after me.

Conventional wisdom says that Beach Bums should get this weeks Good but I’m going in a different direction. With 3 weeks left Madd Fucking Niggerish was within 100 points of wearing a dress. Now 100 points is a lot with only 3 weeks to go but I wouldn’t take any chances if it were me. But NIGGERISH rolled the dice and sat DeAngelo Williams and played Wells in his place. I don’t care if DeAngelo was going up against Minny’s D…there is no way I sit him. After getting hurt DeAngelo only managed 1.5 points and Wells posted a 23.5 spot. Well done Niggerish!

Most Interesting Men does this a couple of times a year…and for the life of me I cannot figure it out. Shockey was listed out for Saturday nights game at least 3 hours prior to the game…and he had been hurt going in so it really wasn’t a complete shock.

You all know who the Ugly goes to this week. I can’t even decide if we should talk about the 165 points the bench put up or focus on the 53 points Jerome Harrison posted for the WIZARDS bench. I know most want to talk about Harrison but to defend the WIZARDS a little bit here there really is no way you could start Harrison this week. With all the Cribbs running the wildcat talk there is just no way you could start Harrison. But 165.5 points is a huge number to have sitting on the pine collecting dust. Those 55 points could have put you right in contention for a 2nd or 3rd place finish kid…good luck picking your running backs next weekend kid!

“eric mangini is now at the top of my list of people I will punch in the face if I ever meet them” Chrissy

Now this text is obviously a result of the weekend Harrison had for the Wizards bench. But it got me to thinking who exactly is on this list? And we all sort of have a list like this, although mine has a slightly different spin to it. I keep 3 lists for the day I finally lose it and go postal: the people I like that don’t get hurt (very very short list), the people that get blown away, then there is the maim and torture list (extremely long list).

Beach Bums
I’ve been saying it since week 8…congratulations on becoming our first 2 time season winner. Now if only we heard from you during the season it would be more enjoyable for all of us.

Street Pharmacist
Has anyone received a ransom note from the people that kidnapped PHARMACIST? That has got to be the explanation for their free-fall in the standings. The last time I wrote weren’t they in 5th place or something? Now they are only a little over 100 points from last place. Either that Thomas Jones trade fucked PHARMACIST all up or they were kidnapped.

Franklins Felons
How’s the dog kid? Blown ACL? I’m just curious…do they re-attach the existing ACL or is there a place selling used dog ACL’s?

Fucking Aaron Rodgers….48 freakin’ points? Are you kidding me. I finally break the 100 point barrier only to have it thrown out the window by Rodgers. I tell you what DAWGS…for your beer bitch responsibilities next year you better buy Rodgers a few rounds.

Most Interesting Men

Madd Fucking Niggerish
Your WR’s are just killin’ ya kid. I have some really bad, inconsistent WR’s but I don’t think I’d trade my group for your group. Sims-Walker goes up and down, Calvin Johnson…is he hurt or not, Sidney Rice…world beater one week to a 4th option the next week, Roy E. Williams…well he’s just Roy E. Williams. With DeAngelo hurt does that mean my chances of seeing him and Stewart played on the same week are dashed? I hope not I was looking forward to writing about it.

Now we’re talkin’ FLABO. Don’t give up that 3rd place spot without a fight. I wasn’t sure I really understood the choice of the Saints D over the Pats D. I understand the Pats D hasn’t been anything to write home about this year but you had to figure going into the Saints/Cowboys game was going to be a shootout.

Team Mung

Team Mung is by far my favorite team/owner to follow. There are times I question whether MUNG is even paying attention and then they come out of nowhere and BAM!!! For example, during that disaster of a week DAWGS had a few weeks back MUNG posts a message on the league board busting DAWGS balls. Just classic…the kid is MIA for weeks and then BAM…a left hook right to the jaw. Awesome!

How you feelin’ kid? 2 weeks to go and you trail by 39 points. Looks like all of your players are on teams playing for something so you won’t have to worry about you’re guys getting benched to rest. On a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being no chance) how good do you feel about making up the ground in 2 weeks?

The Slippery Wizards
286 freaking yards…what a kick in the nuts. And from a guy that is 4th on your RB depth chart…Incredible! Look on the bright side, you still have your week win and no RB scoring 3 TD’s can take that away from you.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Amstel light

Which Angel do you like?

Rumor has it that they are in the process of remaking Charlies Angels for television. So my question is what Angel do you like? Can the new Angels be this hot??

Charlies Angels Remake: Genius Idea Or Another Flop? A Charlie’s Angels remake could be a stroke of TV genius or a complete disaster. I’m thinking there can be no in between on this one. Variety reports that ABC is close to giving a pilot order on a remake of the popular 1970’s series, with Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles creator/(adaptor) Josh Friedman to writ and exec-produce.


I am going with Lucy Lui from the new and Jaclyn Smith from the old.

4 days till Christmas

I am glad that all my Christmas shopping is done. I can't wait for the holidays to be over. I am looking towards the Winter Classic as the real holiday.

Lets see what I learned this weekend:
1. Christmas shots of straight Captain is a great idea...
2. They still make Bud Ice and it still fucks you up!
3. Guitar Hero is a lot harder than it looks:

4. Atlanta has the busiest airport in the United states.
5. Shoveling snow when you are hung over is the worst.
6. Poor Franklin is rocking 19 stitches for a torn ACL:

7. Apparently people really do want Snuggies for gifts but are afraid to buy it themselves.
8. The ice for the classic at night looks awesome:

9. Some teams take darts a little bit too serious. I shouldn't be taking phone calls on a Saturday night about schedules.
10. You can't make this shit up:

A job and a green card??

Merry Christmas you filthy animals...

Friday, December 18, 2009


Yes I realize that its 9 degrees outside but come on this is New England.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The Brady Chump...

Here’s the story of an angry girlfriend...

The Brady Bunch's Barry Williams obtained a restraining order against his ex-girlfriend Elizabeth Kennedy after a series of bizarre and dangerous incidents, according to new court papers obtained by

Kennedy, according to Williams, once threatened to kill them both after falling short in a beauty pageant this past August. Kennedy also stole $29,000 after retrieving Williams’ pin number, Williams, who played eldest brother Greg Brady, said in court papers.

The situation grew worse, Williams said in the court docs, when Kennedy thought he was two-timing her with an actress, and on November 23 ran into the kitchen to retrieve a knife. Williams wrote that Kennedy “attempted to pull a knife from the knife holder. I caught her from behind – and she tried to kick me but missed.”

Williams told the court that although he survived that incident he fears what she will do now that he has ended their relationship after discovering she removed $29,000 from his bank account.

"I know that she will definitely try to harm me," he said in the papers.

“This is an unfortunate situation and I appreciate all the good wishes from my friends and fans,” Williams told exclusively.

- from Radar Online



            1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE .
            'If you're going to kill each other, do it outside.  I just finished cleaning..'

            2. My mother taught me RELIGION.
            'You better pray that will come out of the carpet.'

            3. My mother taught me about TIME TRAVEL.
            'If you don't stop that, I'm going to knock you into the middle of next week!'

            4. My mother taught me LOGIC.
            ' Because I said so, that's why.'

            5. My mother taught me MORE LOGIC .
            'If you fall out of that swing and break your leg, don't come running to me.'

            6. My mother taught me FORESIGHT.
            'Make sure you wear clean underwear, in case you're in an accident.'

            7. My mother taught me IRONY
            'Keep crying, and I'll give you something to cry about.'

            8. My mother taught me about the science of OSMOSIS .
            'Shut your mouth and eat your supper.'

            9. My mother taught me about CONTORTIONISM.
            'Will you look at that dirt on the back of your neck!'

            10. My mother taught me about STAMINA.
            'You'll sit there until all that spinach is gone.'

            11. My mother taught me about WEATHER.
            'This room of yours looks as if a tornado went through it.'

            12. My mother taught me about HYPOCRISY.
            'If I told you once, I've told you a million times - don't exaggerate!'

            13. My mother taught me the CIRCLE OF LIFE.
            'I brought you into this world, and I can take you out.'

            14. My mother taught me about BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION.
            'Stop acting like your father!'

            15. My mother taught me about ENVY.
            'There are millions of less fortunate children in this world who don't have wonderful parents
            like you do.'

            16. My mother taught me about ANTICIPATION.
            'Just wait until we get home.'

            17. My mother taught me about RECEIVING.
            'You are going to get it when you get home!'

            18. My mother taught me MEDICAL SCIENCE.
            'If you don't stop crossing your eyes, they are going to stay that way.'

            19. My mother taught me ESP.
            'Put your sweater on; don't you think I know when you are cold?'

            20. My mother taught me HUMOUR.
            'When that lawn mower cuts off your toes, don't come running to me.'

            21. My mother taught me HOW TO BECOME AN ADULT.
            'If you don't eat your vegetables, you'll never grow up.'

            22. My mother taught me GENETICS.
            'You're just like your father.'

            23. My mother taught me about my ROOTS .
            'Shut that door behind you.  Do you think you were born in a barn?'

            24. My mother taught me WISDOM.
            'When you get to be my age, you'll understand.'

            25. And finally:  My mother taught me about JUSTICE
            'One day you'll have kids, and I hope they turn out just like you.


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Bad Santa?

A drunken Santa Claus prompts a mom to call 911 after he stumbles into her yard apparently looking for his reindeer and scaring her kids.

Officers ticketed 55-year-old Thomas Arnold of Sparta for having an open beer in a car. The man driving that car, 47-year-old Kevin Arnold, was arrested for OWI.

But, the kids say they knew right away this Santa was a hoax.

"He smelled like alcohol. So I knew it wasn't the real Santa because Santa doesn't drink alcohol," says 9-year-old Katie Dockerty.

Katie says the Santa that ended up in her lawn was loud and had really dirty hands. She says he tried to put his hat on her little sister. Six-year-old Zoe describes him in one word: “Drunk."

"He was yelling at them 'have you seen my reindeer? If you see my reindeer, call me right away,’" says Tina Reinart, the girls’ mom.

Reinart called the police instead.

"He thought he was spreading good cheer and in some lights he may have been,” says Sparta Police Chief Mike Kass with a little chuckle. “I don't think Mr. Arnold had any ill intent; I believe his level of intoxication probably impaired his judgment."

Chief Kass says Arnold was on his way home from a party. He says now-a-days parents have to be careful with everyone: That includes Santa.

"This time of year everyone wants to see Santa Claus, but nobody wants to see an intoxicated Santa Claus,” Kass says. “I hope the lesson learned is don't overindulge and only approach those children you know."

"I didn't really want him by me because I was really scared," Katie tells us.

But, for one little girl and her gang of friends, one bad Santa isn't enough to ruin the season.

"It's a nice holiday to spend on Christmas,” Katie says. “Santa gives you candy canes. It's nice.”

The kids' dad was outside with them when Santa came into the yard Sunday afternoon. They all agree it's one of the strangest things they've seen.

A guy tried to be nice and do something for the kids. Get dressed up like Santa and have a few beers and these kids rat him out? What do you think that Santas not sipping egg nog up at the North Pole? Fucking Brats!

Monday, December 14, 2009

Hockey game 2009

As you can see we all had a blast at the 2nd annual street hockey game: