Thursday, January 28, 2010
Leave it to Republicans...
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Aziz on R.Kelly // Jimmy Kimmel
Aziz on Kanye West and Jay-Z // David Letterman
Yea, try not to laugh.
Why did I see this on the internet tonight?? WHY???
It sounds like he's saying "Hi I Want My Burrito."
Daddy Yankee, please come get your obese reggaeton son off the internet.
Sunday, January 24, 2010
[Note: This picture has nothing to do with the NFL Playoffs, it's just funny as hell.]
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Conan O'Brien, you sir, have gotten the last laugh.
Ho. Lee. Shit.
Full game recap:
Bulls win. Celebrate.
Friday, January 22, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
The other video for today was the next single from the Clipse's latest joint Till the Casket Drops called Freedom. Another dope song, another dope video. EGHCK's for everybody.
Dopeness all around.
Monday, January 18, 2010
I'm still having trouble letting go of college football. Even with this past weekend's NFL Playoff games and all of the college football coaching changes, I still kinda miss it. Only things to do now are talk about the draft and give post-season awards, I guess. With that being said, here are ESPN.com's 2009-2010 College Football All-Americans:
- Quarterback: Kellen Moore, Soph., Boise State
- Running Backs: Mark Ingram, Soph., Alabama; Toby Gerhart, Soph., Stanford
- OTs: Russell Okung, Sr., Oklahoma State; Charles Brown, Sr., USC
- OGs: Mike Johnson, Sr., Alabama; Mike Iupati, Sr., Idaho
- C: Maurkice Pouncey, Jr., Florida
- TE: Aaron Hernandez, Jr., Florida
- WRs: Golden Tate, Jr., Notre Dame; Danario Alexander, Sr., Missouri
- DEs: Jerry Hughes, Sr., TCU; Brandon Graham, Sr., Michigan
- DTs: Ndamukong Suh, Sr., Nebraska; Brian Price, Jr., UCLA
- LBs: Rolando McClain, Jr., Alabama; Greg Jones, Jr., Michigan State; Daryl Washington, Sr., TCU
- CBs: Joe Haden, Jr., Florida; Patrick Peterson, Soph., LSU
- S: Eric Berry, Jr., Tennessee; Earl Thomas, Soph., Texas
- P: Drew Butler, Soph., Georgia
- K: Kai Forbath, Jr., UCLA
- KR: CJ Spiller, Sr. Clemson
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.
-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Today we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His struggles to end racial inequality and discrimination have gotten the nation and the world where we are today. Even though we have a long way to go for equality, his leadership and determination cannot go unrecognized. Dr. King's legacy was even one of the reasons I chose to go to Morehouse for undergrad. Even though the above quote is my favorite MLK quote, we've all heard and been effected by at least parts of the famous I Have a Dream speech. Here, in its entirety is the 1963 speech:
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
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Lane Kiffin shocked the college football world when he accepted the Head Coaching job at USC, after only ONE season as the University of Tennessee's Head Coach. My stance on this might surprise you. I'm not mad at him. First off, Kiffin is from the West Coast and has coached at USC in the past [2001-2006]. Secondly, with Monte Kiffin, Ed Orgeron and possibly even Norm Chow following Kiffin to USC, who can blame him? Even though USC will be facing sanctions in the near future for past violations, it still might be a better overall job currently than Tennessee. And also, UT's rap sheet isn't 100% clear either. PLUS, and maybe most importantly, would you rather live in Knoxville or LOS ANGELES??? Should be a no-brainer.
There are really no similarities between this situation and Saban's, even though both were pretty shocking. USC is in a different conference, on the other side of the country, almost guaranteed to not play Tennessee. And the major difference is that the majority of his former UT players are not mad with his decision. The real question should be "Why Kiffin??" He was only 7-6 during his time at UT and only 5-15 in the NFL. But I guess the argument against those records is that he didn't have enough time to make a difference. Either way, Tennessee is without a coach and probably wishing they hadn't fired Phillip Fulmer.
Oh well, Geaux Tigers.
[Note: I couldn't write post this without mentioning Lane Kiffin's wife. Py-YOW.]
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Monday, January 11, 2010
Friday, January 8, 2010
The Alabama Crimson Tide finished off a perfect season by winning the BCS National Championship last night against Texas. It was their first championship since 1992 and they won the game on the defensive side of the ball. By knocking Colt McCoy out after just five plays, Bama's defense was able to load the box and kill the run. Plus, when you have
[Note: I didn't include a photo of Alabama or Nick Saban celebrating because I have a strict "No Alabama or Nick Saban Celebrating" Rule enforced on this blog. I'm happy for them, and the SEC, but we're still rivals at the end of the day. At least your fans are proud.]
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Let's be honest, it's easy to
[Note: I'm thinking the score's gonna be around 31-21 Bama.]
[Note #2: I HAD to post this picture just to mess with my boy @martEMCfly]
Couldn't let good ol Nick slide with this one...
Gilbert Arenas, you are the frontrunner for 2010-2011 Dumb Athlete of the Year for brining unloaded guns into your practice facility as a "joke" due to your refusal to pay a gambling debt?? More along the lines of Plaxico Burress than Dumb Athlete of the Year Alum Carlos Dunlap, an example could be made out of Arenas due to him transporting guns from Virginia to the District. Dumb. He claimed to take them from his home to keep them away from his young children. If you say so. Whether that's true or not will be argued but there's one thing that doesn't lie. And that' the numbers: $ 147,208 per game.
Gilbert Arenas, you are the [early-season] Dumb Athlete of the Year.
[Note: I don't know what's going to ultimately happen to Gilbert as a result of this but I do know one thing: Javaris definitely isn't getting his money now!]
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Seriously. Take me for example. I found a full Rock Band system complete with a guitar, mic and drums for $50. Hard to beat. Some other things might be a little more weird. Por ejemplo...
And YES, this was real.
No for real, cue the music.
I took a break from the blog during December for family time and I'm glad that I did. My brother got married, I had some more job interviews and I was able to spend much needed time with the fam. Mission complete.
Now that I'm back, let the hilarity ensue.
And you know this.
[Note: New header courtesy of Naa Amerley.]