Friday, May 27, 2005

Fuck, Marry, Kill Ladies Edition

Ok, girls by request of Miss Indy here you go:

Michael Moore

Dick Cheny

Mike Tyson

Friday, May 20, 2005

Fuck, Marry, Kill

You pick one of these people to fuck, one to marry one to kill. Here are your choices:

Bea Arthur (thanks to IndyGirl for getting me thinking about Bea)
Aunt Bea
Star Jones (I ran out of Bea's)

Weekend Plans

OK I started the weekend early last night by seeing the new Star Wars movie. I'm not a huge fan, but I have seen all of the movies in the theatre (yes I'm old). I'd give the new one a 9 out of 10 interms of Star Wars movies, 7 out of 10 as a regular movie. Lots of light saber fights, space fights and moves pretty quickly. A bunch of shocking scenes.

Tonight (Friday) I'm going to See Velvet Revolver and Hoobastank in an outdoor ampitheatre. It's raining here, so I'm glad I have seats under the roof. Oh yeah I was able to snag VIP tickets which means real good seats, excellent parking and VIP tent before the show.

Tomorrow taking the younglings to see Sum41 with Unwritten Law and A Static Lullaby. That one is in a club here that holds about 2,000 people, no seats. Should be fun. Clucb shows always the best!

Hopefully Sunday we'll open the pool. Maybe it'll warm up soon.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Back from VEGAS!

Ok I was there for work, I was co-chairing a seminar so I had a lot of work to do and only went out a little. Some observations about Sin City:

1) The new Wynn Hotel is complete chessey crap.
2) If you go to vegas when there's a big boxing match you'll see some shit. I saw a guy in a full length fur coat. It was 96 degrees out.
3) If you want real good authentic Mexican food and the best margaritas ever go to Diego in the MGM. I was there 5 times in 5 days.
4) The monorail makes travel much easier. No more half hour tips down the strip.
5) The Hilton sucks as a hotel. I don't thnik they've changed anything since Elvis was there.
6) The cab line at the airport will be long. Spring for the $40 and take a limo. The cab is going to cost you $20 anyway.
7) If you're over 25 you'll feel really old at the Hard Rock Hotel.
8) One word: CHEETAH'S.

Wednesday, May 11, 2005


I'm off to Vegas for "work". Be back the middle of next week. While I'm gone check out My cool music site. I'm looking for staff reviewers, so if you like rock music of any kind shoot me a message on the site's messageboard.

Monday, May 09, 2005

What's the longest you've gone without sex

A friend of mine, who is married, has not had sex in 5 months. I thought that was a rather long time, especially for someone who is married.

What's the longest you've ever gone without?

I think my longest was like three weeks.

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Cell Phones & SUVs

Why does the woman who drives slow and all over the road in front of me because she HAS to be on her cell phone every second of the day also have to drive the world's biggest SUV?

I hope gas goes up to $5.00 a gallon just so these assholes have to pay $200 to fill up their giant shit mobiles.

Pope Cards all the rage

John Paul trading card sells for $8,100

Tue May 3, 1:58 PM ET

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Of all the athlete trading cards on the U.S. market today, the most valuable is not that of baseball great Barry Bonds or basketball star Shaquille O'Neal but noted skier and outdoorsman Karol Wojtyla -- the late
Pope John Paul II.

Beckett Media, whose pricing guides are the acknowledged arbiters of value for collectible trading cards, said on Tuesday a limited-edition Pope John Paul II from the 2005 World Treasures line of card maker Topps has sold for $8,100 (4,280 pounds).

The Topps series includes other historical figures like Czar Paul I and King Frederick the Great, though their cards are trading for around $3,000. All the cards in the series have etchings of the figures' autographs.

In comparison, Beckett said, regular cards depicting Barry Bonds, who is contending for baseball's all-time home run record, have never sold for more than $1,200.

The market for John Paul collectibles heated up dramatically after his early-April death. Thousands of people queued up last week in
Vatican City for the last run of euro coins bearing the late pontiff's image.