Apparently I don’t have a pen in my car any longer. This became apparent when I went to sign a card that I was going to give my friends on Saturday night. They recieved a blank card; and cash (thankfully I hadn’t planned on writing them a check — a blank check could have cost me a lot).
I’m The Newest Member Of The ‘Steve Spurrier Hate Club’
For years I snickered when people told me that they hated Steve Spurrier. As a fan of the University of Florida (as well as an alumnus) I knew that they hated him because he helped produce a winning team.
After Florida’s loss to South Carolina (Spurrier’s current employer) I too now hate Steve Spurrier.
Weight, Weight, Don’t Tell Me
I didn’t think that I could possibly be getting fatter, but I believe that I am. Rats! That is such a horrible realization to have this close to the holidays.
Hmm, it looks like that Brett Favre feller still has some game in him. Along with pushing the New York Jets one game closer to the first pick of next year’s draft, the Green Bay Packers somehow managed to come to Atlanta and beat the Falcons (a feat not accomplished by the aforementioned Jets).
I was jealous of the Packer Nation turnout. I had assumed that I would have the same number of brethren for the Jets game. I was wrong. I decided to hang with my hashing Packer friends and bought in on an expensive ticket/tailgating deal. If you get this opportunity, don’t bother. Oh, my friends were great, but the the “Falcon Experience”? Notsomuch. For my $140 I received a $60 ticket (which is in a section no better than my $35 season ticket), two drink tickets ($12 value), and food (hard to determine the value, but I will assume that it wasn’t worth $68).
Yesterday’s *cough* half-time show *cough* will go down in history as the Worst Half-Time Show EVER. The half-time show consisted of a fifteen minute long commericial for King Kong in the form of the “World’s Largest Lottery Ticket.” Fifteen people picking numbers from a hat, standing on the jumbo scratch off ticket, and then revealing their number to see which one of them won a trip to New York for the premier of King Kong. BORING!!!!
Do You Wahoo?
I finally got around to eating at Wahoo on Sunday morning. For those of you planning a Sunday breakfast, be forewarned that they open at 11am. We found this out when we arrived at 10am. To their credit, they opened the doors a little early to let us come in a sit inside (sometimes it helps having a woman very close to giving birth in your party).
Knowing that I was going to be getting food at the Falcons game I passed on the $15 buffet, and ordered the poached eggs with steak. While the eggs had been cooked a wee little bit too long, (almost to a soft-boiled state), the steak and hollandaise sauce were delicious. Our waitron Lindsay couldn’t have been nicer, nor more attentive. Good service is always welcome when I go out to eat.
Home Is Where The Heart Is
On The Internet Movie Database‘s website they encourage you to make their site your homepage
Welcome to the Internet Movie Database, the biggest, best, most award-winning movie site on the planet. Want to make IMDb your home page? Drag this link (ed: removed) onto your Home button.
Could someone explain to me why the fuck I would want to do this? They have a great website, but I doubt seriously that anyone would want to go there first off every time they get on the internet.
And now for some ideas stolen from LiveJournal…
Current Mood – chunky
Current Music – Sirius Satellite Radio, Channel 26 playing Primal Scream — “Loaded”
Website Of The Day – Go plan something in Atlanta! Atlanta PlanIt will help you.
If you ever want a quick glance of the sites I’ve picked for my Websites Of The Day, you can check them out on del.icio.us, my user name is InsideThePerimeter (go figure), and they are all tagged as “blogged.”
Exercise (b)Log – nothing but a short walk on Saturday