Monday, October 30, 2006

Red Auerbach 1917 - 2006

Arnold "Red" Auerbach died suddenly on Saturday Oct 28, 2006 near his home in Washington. He was 89.
He was known for his hot tempered coaching style, and his ability to acquire players who would ultimately be superstars -- like Bill Russell and Larry Bird.
"Red Auerbach was the consummate teacher, leader, and a true pioneer of the sport of basketball," NBA Commissioner David Stern said in a statement on
"The NBA wouldn't be what it is today without him."
He led the Celtics to 10 Eastern Division titles in 16 years, and his string of NBA titles from 1959-1966 remains unmatched in U.S. professional sports.
You have to do something special or they don’t craft a bobble-head after you!!

Miss You Red RIP 1917-2006

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Tiger's Lose

picture from : Detroit News.Com
St. Louis fans celebrate the Cardinal's, 2006 World Series Champs, while in the dugout the Tiger's party is over. As a Red Sox fan I understand how Tiger's fans feel this morning......Blame me, I picked them to win and I'll tell you that's been the curse of every sporting event I've bet on this year......

Thursday, October 26, 2006


St. Louis is up 2-1 in best of seven, I'm a Red Sox
fan so I am routing for A.L. Go Detroit !!

Monday, October 23, 2006

Joke from JR Greeks and Italians

A Greek and an Italian were sitting down one day debating who had the superior culture.

The Greek says, "We have the Parthenon."

The Italian says, "We have the Coliseum."

The Greek says, "We had great mathematicians."

The Italian says, "We had the Roman Empire."

And so on and so on for hours, until finally the Greek lights up and says... "We invented sex."

The Italian nods slowly and thinks, then replies, "That is true -- but it was Italians who introduced it to women."

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

North Korea Celebrates

STORY: North Korea celebrated the 80th anniversary of the formation of the Down-with-Imperialism Union (DIU) by President Kim Il Sung with China, in a lavish parade on Tuesday (October 17) night. Thousands of Koreans in traditional cloth danced and sang in the Indoor Stadium in Pyongyang, holding flares and torches and formed human signs that could be read from above.

The parade ended with a brilliant spectacle of fireworks which lit up
the sky.Reuters News , photos from China Daily

My observations: They had quite a turnout, everyone dressed the same, Sanctions don't dampen their party spirit and they really like to light it up, I wonder if the signs that you can see from above say anything about where the WMD's might be more likely they're just giving the satellites that look down on them the finger.

Final impression...scary bastards

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Mean Cards

This is a blog I read from time to time, I don't think we will find these little ditties in our local Hallmark Store check out MEAN CARDS from FunnyEMAILS

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Don't Upset The Cat

He can get pretty nasty

It's Sunday and I'm ready for the NFL matchups today, I've put down a small wager of "peanuts" on 5 games today. Of course wagering real money would be against the law...Online gambling is illegal in USA, thankyou Big Brother
Buffalo over Detroit by +3, Atlanta over NYG +3, Baltimore over Carolina +3, Cincinnati over Tampa Bay +6 and on Monday Night Chicago over Arizona +10....
If I win I get 200 Peanuts
If I win, I'm betting Cashews next week!!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Where are the W.M.D.'s

Well, JUST follow the signs!!!

North Korea----------------------------> this way....

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Holy Crap

These nifty PJ's are only 39.95 a pair !!
Get the kids ready for the next Holy War
go to The Armor Of God and get them
Today. I wonder if they have any Holy Lingerie??

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Undiscovered Web Sites from PC Magazine

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