I was drunk, too. But I still couldn't sit through the halftime show. Congrats to the cheesemakers!~
I didn't see the game, though I heard on the radio while running errands that the Pittsburgh head coach, to inspire his team during Saturday night's team dinner, played Phil Collin's "I've Been Waiting for This Moment" (or whatever that shitty song is called. Deserved to lose just for that.Also heard the National Anthem - twilight's last reaming. Fine metaphors abound!
Yes, the Anthem was a bad as any of the various assistant-coach's girlfriends we've heard at RFK.
Alejandro was the opening act for a show I saw at Mercury Lounge around 93 or 94, and he ripped it.Was there a football game on yesterday, or something? The ski hill was empty!
Thanks for the plug at Roy's. I think you tipped the scales!
I've always found in interesting that if I say it's patriotic bullshit to play the effing song before a game I'm disrespecting the country but if Christina Aguilera sings it like she's dry-humping herself to a fake orgasm for maximum self-promotion she's a good American.Zen, you're welcome. Better a fierce contest of Kind than a fierce contest of mean.
Now that Arianna's gone bigtime, can BlackDogRed be far behind? Look, even if your one-man band here is only worth, say, one-hundredth of hers, that's still enough to set a modest man up for retirement, no?So who's it gonna' be? Alta Vista? Compuserve? Prodigy? in conjunction with Rolling Stone? High Times? World Weekly News?Hey, I've had the same AOL email addresses for 20+ years, before and after it was cool. Maybe in three years someone will buy out my pathetic little blog. Nah.
Compuserve, no doubt.
Fire up your commodores and ataris, gentlepeople. Our time is nigh!~
It'll be interesting to see if AOL makes HuffPo less of a hotbed of sheer asswhistle antiscience nutjobbery. Arianna Huffington is personally responsible for more child deaths than Elizabeth Bathory.