Monday, September 17, 2007


I saw my first Major League Baseball game this sunday at Petco Park in San Diego. The Padres beat San Fransisco's Giants 5 to 1. I had a few requirements for that game. Most were met.
First and foremost was to have a Hot Dog. Check. Second was beer. Check. Peanuts and Cracker Jacks. Crackers Jacks has peanuts in it so Check. Home Run by the Padres. Check. Catch a foul ball. Shit.
I hated baseball when I was a squirt. In 5th grade when the teacher asked someone to give and example of an opinion I blurted out 'baseball sucks!' Its really shocking to some of my friends that I went. I still think its basically a boring sport but as may have said going to the game is better than watching it on TV. I decided to be into it; to scream and whistle for the team. I stomped my feet and swore at players.
So, am I a fan now? Kind of. I want to be a fan but it will always be casual.

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Colin McRae Dies in Helicopter Crash

Not many people in the US know who Colin McRae was. He was an amazing driver from World Championship Rally. He's to WRC what Tiger Woods is to golf. He brought in a lot of previously uninterested fans.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Knock on Wood

Saying 'knock on wood' has taken the place of doing it. I think there's dangerous and growing false sense of security because the act of the luck maintaining has not been preformed so many times. Please people . . .

Monday, September 10, 2007

Penn Needs Vacation

Sean Penn, activist-actor, needs a vacation and a decent nights sleep.

Friday, September 7, 2007

Jason Diorio - Thief!

Much of the artwork on Jason site is ripped of from artist at Nickelodeon. The prick has the nerve to put the work in a gallery, and have his smiling mug photographed with it.

His deception is premeditated. He posts drawings and then several days later post the paintings. The sketches were done by Mike Dougherty and Jen Woods. The paintings were done by Bill Dely.

I've seen people do this several time in my career and I'm blown away that these idiots think they can get away with it.

Bye bye Jason. Have fun with Viacom's Lawyers.