Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Good Times

Went to the game last night, watched one man dominate, then woke up to this:

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Twitter Revolution



Monday, December 20, 2010

Fantasy Hockey Heats Up

Ho boy. Hopefully there is a mid-season-3-way-deathmatch on the schedule.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Duders on Reader

Definitely getting eliminated from the "Duders" category on reader:
  • China (Bird)
  • Confessions of a Jagoff (Kwiatfartski)
  • Where in the World (Lucy and Tubs, ended their year trip)
  • Sideline Reporting (learn about the struggles of an American in the Puerto Rican bball leagues)
  • Sweet Pea (D Hurd)
  • Mike Tomlin is Omar Epps (Jamo confessed to never posting again)
Close to getting eliminated:
  • Mostly Here (Deuce what happened??)
  • Figma Cau
  • culinary calisthenics. (obnoxious period in title not helping)
  • The Record Record
Making a recent comeback:
  • Next to CNN
  • I lubb me some books
Staying strong:
  • I'd Rather Die (killing it)
  • General Tso's Kangaroo
  • Mental Drippings
  • Egege
  • LouisaHodge - Twitter (also killing it)
Forever in the hall of fame:
  • Pong Night Diaries

Sunday, December 5, 2010


Knew this was coming eventually. In my inbox:

Dear LEED Credentialed Professional, In June 2009, with the arrival of LEED version 3, the USGBC introduced a Credential Maintenance Program for LEED Accredited Professionals & Green Associates. As a result your LEED Credential may need attention if you enrolled for GBCI prescriptive maintenance. We know how hard it was to get your accreditation and we want to offer you some options to maintain your AP credentials and remain current and viable. With this objective in mind, The Green Building Research Institute (GBRI) will be offering a series of webinars throughout 2011 to meet the 15-30 Hour LEED CMP requirement. Our first course will focus on sustainability around the world and provide an in-depth examination of the new requirements and CMP enrollment options available to LEED APs.


Friday, December 3, 2010

The Last Airbender: Live Blog

What's up everyone! This will probably be one of the last times in my career where I can be unemployed and liveblogging a viewing of M. Night Shyamalan's masterpiece: "The Last Airbender."

1:00 - Ooooo snazzy plot! Telekinesis matched with a captain planet theme! This has hope!

2:00 - I am pretty sure this is going to be awful.

18:00 - Just realized it is the dude who was the main character in Slumdog Millionaire.

21:00 - Uh oh, all the airbender's family is dead. Might have to fastforward through drawn out tears.

21:30 - I am pretty sure this was made for 7 year olds. I have made this mistake before.

22:30 - I am pretty sure the airbender is too young for the ice chick, but we'll see.

23:00 - I think I messed up my VLC a little.

29:00 - This has some "Free Tibet" undertones.

31:00 - This was probably really funny to film cause everyone does really stupid movements without the effects. Also, this movie is really terrible.

33:00 - Now catholic undertones. The avatar cannot have a family, which I assume is sex too. Tough break. There must be a history of avatar-child relation coverups.

38:00 - I just awkwardly learned the history of the exiled prince. It's kinda like the story of killer from Half Baked. There is only one beer left...

40:00 - Oh wow they sleep in sleep sacks, like they give you in hostels. I am guessing they bend the rain if they get rained on, or the spirit world dries them if they get wet and cold.

43:20 - Avatar high priest sells him out! Avatar captured! I am thinking about inviting the dude from NewJackCity over to join the live blog. Def a chill bro.

43:38 - Gonna need more than 2 guards to hold down the Avatar! Child grunting ensues. Bad fight scene. They should just splice in DBZ fight scenes, probably would work out and not confuse the audience.

57:30 - Dave says this movie is definitely way better in 3D. Mary called and is hanging out on Valencia, which sounds way better than this. I definitely will not start up this live blog again, and will probably watch the end some other time when I am pinned with either this movie or burning myself with a hot iron.