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Saturday, April 30, 2011

April Meter O' Awesome

Day 30: Favorite Celebrity Fandom

Fans of Community and Joel McHale and Donald Glover and Gillian Jacobs and Alison Brie and Chevy Chase and Danny Pudi and Ken Jeong and Yvette Nicole Brown are The Greendale Human Beings!

Good challenge but you may have noticed Jason Ritter was mentioned only but once. False. (Besides the cute, crush, adorable, hatred ones) They are all Jason Ritter.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Day 29: Favorite Celebrity Over 60

Morgan Freeman's got a kind of Dr. J thing going on there.

Jim Was Wrong, By The Way; "SPOILER"**

"Will you guys let me know if this ever airs?" - Michael Scott

Jim's good-bye is one of the most emotional moments in Office history. But yet he was wrong. Jim said that Michael was "the best boss he ever had." False. "Michael is the best boss any of us have ever had. Sure maybe he gave the 'Hottest in the Office' award to Ryan or kiss Oscar. Maybe he did scream at Toby countless times. Maybe he called Kevin fat excessively. Maybe he should never have stepped foot in the warehouse or dated Jan or became friends with Todd Packer or maybe just plain not do anything he ever did. But what makes him perfect is that he was Michael. There was never a character on television quite like him.

When Steve Carrell announced he'd be exiting Dunder Mifflin last June, I figured they'd be better off without him. My oh my how wrong I was. The final episode was just suitable enough for Michael Scott. Emotional but with a lot of 'Michael' humor. Like when he gave the rag doll to Oscar or thought that he and Angela would sometime have sex, but in the characters he invested the most in emotionally (Jim, Pam, Dwight, Ryan, Stanley, and Creed. Maybe even Toby if you cant his hatred as an emotion) came the best moments.

Let's start with Toby, as we all know Michael for some reason just hates Toby. But he's worked with him for 9,986,000 minutes. Toby says "Hey you should look up my brother, Rory Flenderson. He lives in Boulder, Colorado. (Rory is just as lame as Toby.) To which Michael says, "yeah, yeah, sure."

Michael didn't have a lot of time left in the day so he started tripling up workers. To Creed he says "dont be afraid of dying." When Michael is looking back at where he has worked for 19 years, looking at his 'family,' Creed says "Later boss," raising the World's Best Boss coffee mug. That's right Creed stole it. Michael invested in Creed because he almost fired him but kept him on. A rare act of kindness from Mike.

It has been suggested that Stanley has worked at Dunder Mifflin just as long as Michael. Michael gives him felt and I don't know why, but the better moment of Stanley and Michael is in one of Michael's perfectly appropriate meetings. "Conference Room. Five seconds." Stanley does not like the meetings and when Michael introduces Ping for the final time, that's when Stanley has had enough and exits a Michael Scott meeting. For the last time.

Mike has had a strange obsession with Ryan since the first day he became a Temp at The Office. Their final moment was brief as Michael passes on his neon sign to Ryan. "This is totally unnecessary." Wuphf.

"I've given up expecting Michael to do the right thing. Or the decent thing. Or even the comprehensible thing." Dwight, who has idolized Michael for the longest time has also had it up to here with him and his ignorance. But in Michael's letter of recommendation for Dwight, Mr. Schrute even gets teary-eyed. "The dictionary defines 'superlative' as 'of the highest kind, quality, or order, surpassing all else or others; supreme.' I definite it as Dwight Schrute. As a sales executive, as a leader, as a man, and as a friend, he is of the highest kind, quality, and order; supreme. Lots more like that. Really repetitive." To which Dwight chokes up. Then, they play paintball.

Michael questions leaving all his friends and co-workers but he calls Holly and her voice makes all the difference.

"What a great boss, you turned out to be." And we've gotten to Jim. You've seen this so there won't be too much details. But Jim is saving the goodbye between them for 'lunch' tomorrow despite Scott is leaving that day. My god Jim. Remember back when Michael encouraged Jim to never give up with Pam. "Don't give up. Don't ever give up." Michael has had his moments.

Finally we've reached Pam. Good ol' Pam who put up with Michael and took notes for Michael and did EVERYTHING for Michael. Pam who actually invited Michael to the wedding. Pam who was driven to the hospital by Michael. Pam who told Michael there was still hope for Holly. Pam who had a painting bought by Michael when no one else would go. Pam who joined the Michael Scott Paper Company and got promoted to saleswoman by who else but, Michael. Pam went to see The King's Speech so it looked as if all was bleak for a goodbye between the two. Just as Michael leaves though, Pam arrives. Michael gets to the airport and takes his microphone of. He walks away from the camera for seemingly the last time. But all of a sudden, Pam comes speeding through security and stops Michael. The two hug and then Michael says something. They hug again and that's when Michael walks away. Pam was crying and said that Michael was just happy to see Holly soon. She watches his plane take off and fly out of sight. Goodbye Michael.

But if you notice when Michael was taking off his microphone he mouthed something. He said "I've been waiting so long to get this off my body." He takes off the microphone and so fittingly and perfect for this one moment he mouths; "That's what she said."

See ya on the flippity-flip. Oh yeah Casey got eliminated too. :( not a good night.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

My NFL Mock Draft

These are my predictions:

1. A.J. Green
2. Von Miller
3. Patrick Peterson
4. Cam Newton
5. Marcell Dareus
6. Julio Jones
7. Blaine Gabbert
8. Nick Fairley
9. Robert Quinn
10. Tyron Smith
11. Mike Pouncey
12. Da'Quan Bowers
13. Prince Amukamara
14. Cameron Jordan
15. J.J. Watt
16. Anthony Castonzo
17. Mark Ingram
18. Corey Liuget
19. Jimmy Smith
20. Aldon Smith
21. Ryan Kerrigan
22. Kyle Rudolph
23. Jake Locker
24. Muhammad Wilkerson
25. Gabe Carimi
26. Adrian Clayborn
27. Nate Solder
28. Christian Ponder
29. Ryan Mallett
30. Randall Cobb
31. Brooks Reed
32. Phil Taylor

Draft starts now!

Day 28: Favorite Celebrity Under 20

You've just been Ax'd! Charlie McDermott, known for playing Axl on The Middle, was also on The Office.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Day 27: Celebrity You Find Annoying

Charlie Sheen. Not winning. No tiger blood. Enough is enough.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

My NBA 2011 Predictions

I've had a good look at the teams so I'm ready to pick my teams. I warn you I HATE Chicago and San Antonio but I'm not biased. You must believe me, I picked Memphis and New Orleans before the series' started. I'm a die-hard Celtics and Thunder and Magic fan, but I did pick them. I know Boston is already in but I did pick them.

I think OKC outlasts Memphis because you never know they might just have fluked against the Spurs. Dallas and Portland haven't been consistent and neither have dominated so I think Chris Paul will lead his Hornets to the West Finals. Chicago is too young without enough experience. Dwight Howard might just carry the entire city of Orlando (Stan Van, Disney, and all) on his back to the East Finals for the third straight year. Miami's Big Three is strong and have finally proven themselves. I think Boston's run ends and they finally realize they're just, well, old. OKC has the youth and energy to make it to the NBA Finals and win it all over Miami who will win it next year I believe.

What does everyone else think?

Day 26: Celebrity You Share A Birthday With

Not such a great celebrity but nonetheless I share a birthday with him. There wasn't any other people I knew.

Monday, April 25, 2011

This Week's Sports By David

Sorry about this. The UCONN cover is a little late. I thought I posted it but I lost it and I didn't know but I found out and here it is and everything's jumbled, but it should be under control next week.

Day 25: Celebrity You Admire Because Of What They've Been Through In Life

Drew Carey was molested as a child and his dad also died. He attempted suicide twice and now look at him! Sure he's not the funniest but he's got the Price is Right and he's lost a lot of weight.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Quite Possibly One Of The Greatest Quotes Ever

Aziz Ansari. Tom Haverford. Who let's quit the waiting:

“Zerts are what I call desserts. Tray-trays are entrees. I call sandwiches sammies, sandoozles, or Adam Sandlers. Air conditioners are cool-blasterz, with a z. I don’t know where that came from. I call cakes big ol’ cookies. I call noodles long-ass rice. Fried chicken is fri-fri chicky-chick. Chicken parm is chicky chicky parm parm. Chicken cacciatore? Chicky catch. I call eggs pre-birds, or future birds. Root beer is super water. Tortillas are bean blankies. And I call forks … Food rakes.”

God yes. Prompting another list?

Day 24: Celebrity Whose Personality Is Irresistible

John Krasinski. Sure he's probably not Jim in real life but he is Jim and Jim is he.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Day 23: Celebrity You'd Marry Right Here, Right Now

I would not marry any celebrity right here, right now, as I am under-age. If it would be for money than hello J.K. Rowling. But then it'd be a sham. Sooo....no one!

I've Shown These Before, But None Like This


Friday, April 22, 2011

Day 22: Celebrity You Find Adorable

This laughing baby from that 2006 viral video. Awww.

Nerve.com's Funniest Office Characters

Nerve.com ranked Michael Scott as the funniest character from The Office. Really? I do not even somewhat agree with this. Sure I may miss him when he's gone but Andy, Dwight, Stanley, Jim, they're all funnier than him. Jim was number four. :P

Thursday, April 21, 2011


7-Eleven is coming out with a dual-slurpee cup. Two flavors at once! Isn't this what Chill Zone is though? Multiple flavors? Oh well, still cool.

Day 21: Celebrity Who's More Talented Than The Work They're Getting

Diedrich Bader of 'Outsourced' fame. He plays Charlie. Outsourced is okay, but really? This guy's cool.

This Week's Entertainment By David

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Day 20: Your Favorite No-Longer Alive Celebrity

Couldn't they just say dead? Oh well, I choose Elvis, he's pretty cool. I can't think of too many dead people on the spot, uh huh. He told me that he was grateful and said, quote on quote, "thank you, thank you very much." But he's dead! He didn't tell me! :O

Mickey's Return (From 1951)

I am going to strictly thank Jeffery Pepper for this because he wrote what the article said and made my job much easier:

Mickey Mouse, all-time international movie favorite, is hitting the comeback trail. He's getting his tail back, too. After ten lean years, the fabulous rodent, who in some 125 films has played scholar, great lover, cowboy, explorer or medieval knight with equal aplomb, is set for a new series of starring roles.
"We never really dropped Mickey," says Walt Disney, who created the tiny dynamo 22 years ago and made a fortune off him. "We just kind of drifted away from him."
The toast of the world 15 years ago, Mickey began taking a back seat to other members of the Disney cartoon family in 1938. That was the year Walt made his first feature-length fantasy, Snow White. That year also marked the emergence of Donald Duck as a rival. Disney's crew, which once turned out 15 Mickey Mouse starrers a year, cut back to three or four. Donald, Pluto and Goofy who broke in with Mickey, became famous in their own films. Dumbo, Bambl and the Three Caballeros stepped into the limelight in elaborate feature pictures.
Disney says Mickey was de-emphasized, not because his popularity waned but because he's tricky to handle. "Only my top men are good enough to work with Mickey." Disney says, (he's always done Mickey's voice himself). "Because he's a nice, sympathetic character, not a natural comedian like Donald. It takes a lot of ingenuity to write Mickey." During the war the little fellow became a complete casualty; Disney was devoting 85 per cent of his production to special armed forces projects. Mickey has made only four or five films since.
With his comeback in four cartoons this year, many of the younger generation will be meeting Mickey for the first time, and they'll be seeing him with a tail. Maybe you've forgotten that Mickey has been tailless for more than a decade. When Walt first drew him he was a skinny little tyke. His only clothes were a pair of shorts and shoes and he had a tail. But for one reason or another, Walt can't remember exactly why, they lopped his tail off. Why tack it on again? "We came to realize." Walt says, "that he's not as cute without it. It's an expressive thing. I remember he used to twirl it when he was nervous or angry. It carries him through action smoothly, gives him balance and grace."
There have been other changes through the years. As he aged, Mickey graduated to long pants. They gave him a shirt. Once spidery, his limbs thickened and his body assumed a pear shape. His eyes, formerly dots, were given lids. In the new series he'll have eyebrows.
Mickey wasn't Disney's first love. The first was a cat. The second was a rabbit named Oswald. But Walt wasn't quite satisfied. He wanted to make improvements and when the company he worked for said no, he launched his own business. The first two mouse cartoons didn't make much of a splash. The industry was being turned topsy-turvy by a new element--sound. Walt took his third Mickey to New York and had it synchronized for sound. They premiered Steamboat Willie at the old Colony Theater in New York in 1928 and the mouse was famous.
There never was a more versatile fellow than Mickey. He's been a tailor, a steam shovel operator, fire chief, cop, musician, magician, inventor, football hero, polo player, farmer, whaler, tourist, hula dancer, scientist and gas station attendant. He's been around the world—to Argentina. Alaska, Africa, the Alps. Arabia. Brazil, even to Gulliver's mythical Lilliput. Once he got going there was no stopping him. His piping voice was translated into ten foreign languages. He had fan clubs in 50 countries. His likeness was given a choice spot in Mme. Tussuad's waxworks in London. He got into the Encyclopedia Britannica and got Disney into Who's Who. He won Disney an Academy Award and countless other accolades. And his face appeared on armed forces insignia and on hundreds of commercial products.

Disney World is looming Mickey!

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Day 19: A Celebrity You Love That Others Seem To Hate

What's so bad about Al Roker? He reminds me of my aunt's house.


My dad shared this cool wheelbarrow race video with me. The person does a flip-de-foo. It's really cool.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Two New Commercials I've Noticed

Tim Tebow and Dwight Howard are the main people featured in the two ads. Tebow shows off the Jockey Staycool T-Shirt and Dwight for the 2011 NBA Playoffs. Dwight's was some-what funny and Tebow's is one of the first commercials that has actually made me consider looking into the shirts or product.

Day 17: Celebrity You Are Not At All A Fan Of

I really do not like Justin Bieber and I find it shameful I'm even writing his name on this storied blog.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

My Fantasy Baseball Team

I have finalized my ESPN Fantasy Baseball Team. I am in a league with Kyle, Dylan, and Ryan. This is my team:

Brian McCann: Atlanta Braves: Catcher
Ryan Howard: Philadelphia Phillies: First Base
Dustin Pedroia: Boston Red Sox: Second Base
Michael Young: Texas Rangers: Third Base
Troy Tulowitzki: Colorado Rockies: Shortstop
Martin Prado: Atlanta Braves: Second Base/Shortstop
Mark Teixeira: New York Yankees: First Base/Third Base
Jason Heyward: Atlanta Braves: Right Field
Andre Ethier: Los Angeles Dodgers: Left Field
Nick Markakis: Baltimore Orioles: Center Field
Nelson Cruz: Texas Rangers: Left Field/Right Field
Torii Hunter: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: Left Field/Center Field
Kevin Youkilis: Boston Red Sox: Utility
Kendrys Morales: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: Bench
Vernon Wells: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: Bench
Pablo Sandoval: San Francisco Giants: Bench
Ryan Zimmerman: Washington Nationals: Disabled List
Roy Halladay: Philadelphia Phillies: Starting Pitcher
Clayton Kershaw: Los Angeles Dodgers: Starting Pitcher
Cole Hamels: Philadelphia Phillies: Starting Pitcher
C.J Wilson: Texas Rangers: Starting Pitcher
Shaun Marcum: Milwaukee Brewers: Starting Pitcher
Brian Wilson: San Francisco Giants: Relief Pitcher
Colby Lewis: Texas Rangers: Utility
Josh Beckett: Boston Red Sox: Bench
A.J Burnett: New York Yankees: Bench

I lost my first week but I am currently leading the second week. Roy Halladay and Troy Tulowitzki have been my leading scorers.

Day 16: Celebrity You Find Beautiful


Friday, April 15, 2011

It's About Time

I couldn't find the clip of the Images of 2010 from ESPN anywhere and I didn't catch it online. But yes I found it.

Day 15: Celebrity You'd Let Adopt You

I'm just happy with my family now, but if it'd be anyone, I'd go with George Clooney. Maybe even Jerry Seinfeld.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

This Week's Entertainment By David

Day 14: Celebrity You'd Like To Be Good Friends With

BJ Novak. While we're on this topic, BJ Novak plays Ryan Howard on The Office and apparently the character has ADHD! What?! I know right? I didn't know that!

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Day 13: A Celebrity You Like Based On Pure Talent

Meryl Streep. She's old school dawg.

The Office Avengers

I think Jim is Captain America? Odd concept how Pam draws her co-workers as superheroes? Naa, I'm making too much of it.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Day 12: A Musician You'd Love To See Live

Jason Mraz'd be cool. He's got lots of good songs. Maybe he'd throw some bossa nova in there.

Top 100 Sports Most Memorable Moments of The Decade

Now I only do these lists every now and again. They take up a lot of space so I can't do them everyday. But in all seriousness now I have been mulling over this for a long time. I know the decade ended 467 days ago but I have been making lists, cuts, putting them in order, finding moments, thinking of it, and finding the clips and now finally putting them on the blog. Sure there have been some days I didn't do anything but I still tried to get it done as soon as possible. About time right? Well, with no further ado, here is the top 100 sports most memorable moment of the decade (January 1st, 2000 - December 31st, 2009)


Steve Nash collides with Tony Parker and his nose bleeds. He gets it bandaged up and gets back out to play.


Curlin. Arguably the best horse of the decade.

Greg Oden is drafted number one overall by Portland in 2007. Biggest bust ever.

The last 9 minutes of the UNC-Illinois 2005 NCAA Basketball Championship game. Roy Williams gets crushed in a hug.

Tommy Lasorda got hit with a bat during the all-star game! Priceless!

Rajon Rondo got clotheslined by Marvin Williams. That is an awful foul.

This kid faints while participating in a Spelling Bee. He even gets back up and spells the word right.

Scary scene here when Serena Williams threatens the line judge.

Gramatica goes down. Celebrating.

Terrell Owens catches a touchdown and celebrates by pouring popcorn all over his face. Get your popcorn ready!

A-Rod's 500th home run.

V-Tek owns A-Rod. A-Rod's face: come at me bro! Coco's fight was good too.

A few highlights of Reggie Bush's Heisman winning season.

Ron Artest attacks a fan.

Robert Horry isn't trusted by his teammates until by accident the ball comes out his way, and he nails it.

Magglio Ordonez walks off for the Tigers. How about the swing?

The Saints finally return to the Superdome after Hurricane Katrina.

David Beckham's first goals of his MLS career.

Tim Tebow throws a jump pass for a touchdown in the '08 championship which led to a Gators win.

Howz about this catch by Freeman in November of 2000.

Daisuke's first matchup against Ichiro.

The Mitchell Report is released changing baseball forever.

Marvin Harrison's amazing catch against New England in 2006.

Lennox Lewis K.O.'s Mike Tyson. Amazing knockout. One punch and he's down.

Danica Patrick wins her first race in the IndyCar series at Twin Ring Motegi in Japan.

Dwyane Wade throws down a reverse slam against the Celtics. One word. Wow.

Just one of LeBron's many chalk claps before the game.

Owens once again showboats but this time Teague has had enough.

Roger Clemens gets mad for no reason and takes it out on Mike Piazza.

The Mavericks are the one seed and the Warriors are the eighth seed. Warriors upset Mavs!

Marion Jones' apology for her PEDs in the Olympics. Disappointing moment for sports but memorable nonetheless.

Kentucky gets over-confident and celebrates but LSU isn't done and they win! Bluegrass Miracle!

Paul Pierce goes down but eventually comes back and knocks down a four-point play.

One of the many tributes to Roger Federer's record-breaking grand slam title.

Bugs are all over the Yankees. Especially Chamberlain.

Kobe with the game winner. He goes on to win 4 championships.

A softball player's career is most likely ended as she messes up her ankle rounding first on a home run. Two players on the other team help her around the bases to score her home run.

Pedroia leads of the 2007 World Series with a home run. This was his rookie season.

LaDainian Tomlinson sets the record for rushing. That, sadly, was his peak.

Vince Young rushes into the end zone with the Rose Bowl winning touchdown. Sadly that was also his peak.

Bonds breaks Aaron's record. 756* asterisk because of the steroids.

Asante Samuel picks off McNabb to win Super Bowl. The run is incredible!

I was going to post a video of Dale Earndhart's Daytona crash but it'd be too horrible. If you'd like to see it look it up but I just cannot show that.


Jeter flips and gets the out at home. Wow.

Tim Donaghy's in deep waters.

Just when you think JD is done. Boom. Grand slam. Sox come back like in '04.

Candace Parker gets up and dunks. More hops than a case of Miller Lite.

Favre retires. Very tearful but as we know he'll come back. Twice.

Kevin Harvick and Mark Martin! Side by Side for the win!

A heartwarming story. Jon Lester comes back from cancer. And he throws a no-hitter.

Endy Chavez makes what just might be the greatest catch of the decade.

Florida wins the college basketball and football titles in the same year.

Stephen Curry leads to an upset in which Davidson shocks Georgetown. Curry is awesome.

Tony Romo botches the snap. He is now mocked by many for every mistake he makes.

Manny being Manny. Well, enjoy!

The burnout when Kyle Busch swept the Bristol series.

Carter dunks over Weis in an Olympic game. Mind you Weis is over seven feet tall and Vince is under. We've seen players jump over others in a contest but never in a game!

Just a dirty kick by Twellman.

Can't forget about the Patriots undefeated regular season right? We all know how it ended though.

Papelbon and Youkilis dance after a big win. Pretty good moves. Pap's celebration after they won the World Series didn't make the cut though. He is crazy and dialed in occasionally though.

Vick's return after his shameful dog fighting scandal. I figured I should focus on the redemption.

This was the very beginning of UCONN's women 2009 undefeated run. That's right they topped New England (Patriots that is because UCONN is in New England)

After the tragedy of 9/11, George Bush shows the country that it's going to be okay.

Kevin Garnett's famous interview after the Celtics won it all in '08. Anything's possible!

Steve Bartman ruins the Cubs chances. Can't help but feel bad for the guy.

Playoffs?! 'Nuff said.

Sox were down 7-0 in the seventh . Well, they came back. Gives me goosebumps everytime.

Jimmie Johnson wins four NSCS championships in a row.

Tiger wins the US Open on one leg. How about that for tough?

Devastating for Tennessee. So close. They haven't been the same since.

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Dwight!

One of Brett Favre's better moments. He breaks the yards record and is very calm about it. No man on his shoulders or hi-fiving the ref.

Dave Roberts with the steal. If he's out, there's no broken curse.

Shaq with the slam! Wowza!

Kobe goes for 81! For a while there I thought the Raptors would win it. Oh and yeah another Lakers clip.

The Music City Miracle. The first major play involving a lateral. January 8, 2000. Probably the first big play of the decade.

Luis Gonzalez sends up a small hit that drops into shallow center field. I just love that play.

Mickelson's leap says it all.

Vince Carter's 2000 Dunk Contest. It's over! It's over!

Pretty unbelievable right? But it's true, Lance Armstrong won seven Tour de France's in a row!

Ovechkin. Some comments on the video said, "I could do better." I can't believe someone would write that. This play is the best hockey play. Ever.

How fast is this guy? Usain BOLT!

It's just incredible how Crabtree could stay in-bounds with two defenders on him.

Doesn't show all the homers but some. Hamilton blasted 28 in the first round, a record. This was after he recovered from an extreme drug and alcohol addiction.

Santonio Holmes stays in bounds some how. Some how he did it. I was so happy when Fitzgerald scored on the touchdown before that. Sigh. Still a good play though.

Tom Brady shows many fans that there is a Tuck Rule. I loved this game. What a Snow Bowl.

Great hustle play from Jeter. Some lucky fans there too.

Adam Vinatieri kicks one of his many game-winning field goals. Patriots upset Rams!

Celtics come back from 24! Rondo, House, Allen, Garnett, and Pierce are the men. It ain't over 'til it's over.

Now I support the Magic, but this is an incredible play from LeBron.

I know what you're thinking. If Lochte and Phelps are here what about the rest? Well you'll see. As we know Phelps went on to go 8 for 8. This is just a great race. Motivational too.

Derek Fisher. What a shot. Threw it up and barely got it. They call him Mr. Clutch.

Curt Schilling with the bloody sock. I had one of these the other day. Remember: Sox down 3 games to zero. They won the series and won it all, breaking the 86 year curse.

Two great plays from the Fiesta Bowl. Tricks from Boise State. These plays are incredible. Lateral and Statue of Liberty. Then the game-winning touchdown maker proposed. Perfect.

I must admit it, a good play. Although I hated it because it ruined New England's perfect season, how do you stick a ball to your helmet?

Derrick Rose couldn't come through. So Mario Chalmers does instead. I remember waking up and seeing this. I picked Memphis to win it all. Unbelievable.

You will never see any player play as hard as I will play the rest of the season. This speech led to the Gators' second championship in three years. Tebow just knew what he had to do. I almost even put this at number one. The speech is now on a plaque at the University of Florida. Goosebumps baby.

Oh my god. Tiger Woods just chips it and it rolls, rolls, rolls, stops--and drops in. Greatest golf shot ever. My oh my!

That's right Phelps narrowly --and I mean narrowly-- beats out Cavic. It has to be the number one play of the decade. Even his mom thought he lost! I couldn't even believe it!

Well it was a great decade highlighted by Tim Tebow, Tiger Woods, Michael Phelps, Kobe Bryant, Vince Carter, and David Ortiz. Many plays came from 2008! What a post, huh?

Monday, April 11, 2011

Sunday, April 10, 2011

New Tebow Statue

The Gators have unveiled a new, life-sized statue of Tim Tebow at their spring football game yesterday. How cool is that? Go Tebow!

Day 10: Celebrity You'd Like To Hang Out With

I'd chill with Oliver Hudson. He's Adam from Rules of Engagement. Hopefully, he's not as dumb as he is on the show.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Day 09: Favorite Celebrity Moment

There's so many moments but I have to go with three great songs from actors and singers at award shows. Hugh Jackman at the Oscars, Josh Groban at the Emmys, and Justin Timberlake at the Espys.

Cool Thing From Tumblr

My dad posted this funny thing from Tumblr. It's all true isn't it?

Friday, April 8, 2011

Red Sox or Yankees? Or Should I Say, Baldwin or Krasinski?

A new commercial from New Era debuted during NESN. Baldwin roots for the Yankees and Krasinski roots for the Red Sox. Seems like it was NBC based so maybe they might've thrown Levi and Ritter in there. Haha no I'm just kidding it's perfect the way it is.

Day 08: Celebrity You're Most Like

Once again, I wasn't sure, so I took a quiz and it said I was like Kate Winslet. It said I was classy. I nearly spit out water and I wasn't even drinking anything. Not quite sure how, but I'll run with it.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

DFTBA Championship

That's right after a month of basketball I have finally found my DFTBA champion! It is Team NBC! Coached by Alec Baldwin they went 6-0 in route to their first championship, winning by 3 in the finals. Their point guard was Jason Ritter and their center was Zachary Levi. Congratulations to them but I want to let you know that the teams in are my sixty-four favorite things. But then it all goes down to basketball skill. Upsets everywhere! The 12 seed won it all.

This Week's Entertainment By David

Day 07: Dead Celebrity You'd Bring Back To Life

Gotta go with Walt Disney right? I'm sure he'd like to see how Disney World is. What movies have come. PIXAR DEFINITLEY! If EPCOT is the way he wanted it.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Day 06: Your Current Celebrity Crush

I don't have one so I posted a picture of three guinea pigs eating potatoes. Enjoy!

Best Friends Quote EVER!

Phoebe's fiancée, Mike, has his brothers as groomsmen. Chandler and Ross want to be in the wedding:

Chandler: "Oh no! This is like my figure skating team all over again. I mean synchronized swimming. I mean balance beam! [looks at Ross] Help me out here!


Haha oh the life of Chandler.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Day 05: Most Cherished Favorite Celebrity

I'll never forget the one or two years that Tom Hanks was at the top and everything he did (Toy Story, Forrest Gump, Big) was incredible.

The Fence Is Awfully Dangerous This Year

TVLine has published a list of shows and their renewal status. Now, if you follow my blog you get a good gist of what I like so that just might be the only shows I post! Search for you favorite here, if not click on the link I posted earlier. By the way, If I don't post a show that you know I like that means it got renewed! Yay!

Show That Must Be Renewed and Their Renewal Status:

Better With You (It Could Go Either Way)
Desperate Housewives (A Sure Thing)
Rules of Engagement (Could Go Either Way)
Hawaii Five-O (A Safe Bet)
Chuck (Could Go Either Way)
The Event (A Long-Shot)

I Can Take 'Em Or Leave 'Em:

Mr. Sunshine (Could Go Either Way)
No Ordinary Family (A Long-Shot)
Mad Love (Too Early To Tell)
$#*! My Dad Says (A Safe Bet)
American Idol (A Sure Thing)
Bob's Burgers (Could Go Either Way)
Human Target (Could Go Either Way)
Lie to Me (Could Go Either Way)
Outsourced (Could Go Either Way)

I'm obviously not going to write about the shows I don't like because, really, who cares?!

Anyway I hope all of the shows I listed, get renewed. Some (No Ordinary Family, Outsourced, -*sigh* I must admit it- The Event) probably won't return. But wouldn't it just be extraordinary? I mean, I love all these shows including some that have already been renewed. For some reason, when my dad said Bob's Burgers could go either way, I got goose bumps! Goose bumps for Bob's Burgers! Probably the weirdest show on TV today! I just think all four major networks got it right. All these shows coincide with each other show well, I don't want any to leave. It's too perfect. None should get cancelled but some probably will. I mean who really wants to say good-bye to Sean Walker, or Casey, or Adam, or Chuck Bartowski, or Gupta and Charlie or Jackie Earle Haley's guy on Human Target, or Loker, or Gene and Louise, or Ryan Seacrest, or Ed Goodson, or New Sock guy, or JJ and George, or Roman, or Danno, or Russell, or Timmy, or Bree, or anyone? Isn't it good enough already. Dumb ratings.

Monday, April 4, 2011

UConn Huskies: My Pick Through and Through

UConn was unranked beginning the season. UConn was the eighth seed in the Maui Invitational- out of eight teams. UConn won the Maui Invitational Tournament. UConn was ranked number eight after beating Witchita State and Michigan State and Kentucky. UConn loses many games. UConn is ranked number nine out of sixteen teams in the Big East Tournament. UConn wins five games in as many days to win the Big East Tournament behind a few Kemba Walker buzzer-beaters. UConn is ranked number three in the NCAA Men's Tournament. UConn survived San Diego State, Arizona, and Kentucky. UConn makes the championship. I picked 'em. They've gone undefeated in ALL their tournaments behind Kemba Walker. 'Nuff said.

This Week's Sports By David

Day 04: Your Current Favorite Celebrity

Gotta go with Jason Ritter, right?

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Day 03: Most Cherished Celebrity Encounter

I met Paula Poundstone, the comedian, in Maine one time!