Thursday, September 11, 2008

Because No One Likes a "Stressed Out Woman's Menstrual Cycle"

Thanks to E. Dagger over at Cru Jones Society for calling me out for not blogging regularly. A couple more callouts like this:

"Let’s start of with the item I enjoyed reading most this week. While checking Flickerbock’s blog, which he updates about as regularly as a stressed-out woman’s menstrual cycle, he linked to an open letter written by Roger Ebert directed at former Sun Times colleague Jay Mariotti. The crux of the letter is Roger’s criticism of Jay’s manner of exit from the Chicago Sun Times and Jay’s subsequent assertion that newspaper are dying."

And I might start doing this with some sense of normalcy.

My favorite way to post on this blog:
  • The Rockies are done. If you didn't think so before, you better start thinking it now. They are currently 8 games back of first place in the NL Worst with 16 games to play. They freaking balked a run in to lose the other night. Time to look forward to next year.
  • Monday night's game between the Broncos and Raiders was enjoyable for a few reasons. Obviously, the Broncos offense looked great (even without Brandon Marshall) and they dominated the Raiders D. However, my favorite part of the night was watching the Raiders fans in all their stupid outfits look completely dejected. That was beautiful. I'm glad they got all dolled up for that!
  • The political state of this country is borderline laughable. Our candidates spend more time worrying about what the other is saying, they completely ignore the issues. Thankfully, Jon Stewart and the Daily Show are on top of all the absurd happenings in the political world. This clip cracked me up.
  • Also humorous about the current political situation: how pigs with lipstick have become a focal point.
  • Ron Paul has officially backed neither Obama nor McCain. He has thrown his support behind Bob Barr (Libertarian), Ralph Nader (Independent), Cynthia McKinney (Green), and Chuck Baldwin (Constitution). Who says you can't just have one?!
  • Big ups to occasional blog reader Robert. His workplace is apparently full of deceit, sex, lies, drugs, gifts, scandal, oil, gas, and Native Americans.
  • My quest for retirement before age 26 is becoming less and less likely. Any and all ideas will be evaluated (and hopefully implemented).
  • Shameless plug for the Cru Jones Society.
  • Ski season is just around the corner. Thankfully, the wifey has decided to join our ranks and pick up skiing or snowboarding this year. I'm estatic because this means I won't be leaving her in Denver every weekend!
  • In the last few weeks, I have taken pictures of the DNC, the basement remodeling, and a new baby (Riley Robinson). Hopefully I can get some of them up in the near future.
Til the next post.

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