Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Uh Huh

From the article...

A Bentonville, Ark., man is seeking $20,000 from the city after his two teenage sons found a book on lesbian sex on a public library bookshelf.
He also wants the library director fired.

Earl Adams said his 14- and 16-year-old sons were "greatly disturbed" after finding the book, titled "The Whole Lesbian Sex Book." Adams said the book caused "many sleepless nights in our house."


Coincidentally, an overnight session with Bentonville's hottest 2-girl escorts costs...$20,000!

Have fun, dad!

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

MotoGP Round Three: Istanbul

The young man from Australia does it again. Casey Stoner takes Turkey, after a wild day. In his second win in this class (and winner of two out of three races this year), he is looking much more polished than he did last season. He ran another, almost flawless, race. Congrats to Stoner. Stoner took first after Rossi went wide and actually ran into the grass, and led the way from that point forward. When do you see Rossi make mistakes like that?

Toni Elias caused some small controversy on his way to second place on the podium, while Loris Capirossi finished third.

The day was not without some bumps and bruises. Frenchman Olivier Jacque inadvertantly created a pile up that took out contenders Dani Pedrosda and Colin Edwards. Chris Vermeulen was also in that crash, but was able to get back up and at least finish. Considering he was too far behind to win, he did ride a fantastic race thereafter when you look at his times.

Rossi, after running off the track, looked as if he was on his way back to another podium finish, but tire problems forced him down to, get this, 10th place. As I mentioned earlier, Elias caused a bit of controversy in the race, passing Rossi rather aggressively.

"I am angry with Elias because I think he was quite dangerous because he changed his line while passing and I nearly crashed," Rossi said. "I had high expectations for this race however my rear tire had some internal problem, between the casing and the tread and I had to slow down. It was scary."

Elias added "this is racing" and that "it was very close and Valentino’s bike made a strange move as I passed him."

World champ Nicky Hayden finished 7th.

Point standings after three:

  1. Casey Stoner 61
  2. Valentino Rossi 51
  3. Dani Pedrosa 36
  4. Toni Elias 35
  5. Marco Melandri 30
  6. Colin Edwards 26
  7. Alex Barros 25
  8. John Hopkins 23
  9. Chris Vermeulin 21
  10. Loris Capirossi 20
  11. Shinya Nakano 15
  12. Carlos Checa 14
  13. Alex Hoffman 12
  14. Randy De Puniet 11
  15. Olivier Jacque 4
  16. Makoto Tamada 4
  17. Kenny Roberts Jr. 3
  18. Sylvain Guintoli 3

Race highlights below, check out the 4 bike wreck around 26 seconds into the clip.

Shanghai is next May 6th!!

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

All Idiots, All The Time

Greetings. To the left is a snapshot of Don Imus/The Cryptkeeper.
Question number one: where are his shoulders? Were those stolen?
Anyways, apparently Mr. Keeper is in trouble, as anyone who has turned on a TV in the last week knows. What is a riot to me is that he is being held accountable by Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. That's like Bill Clinton teaching Ethics, or George Bush teaching...anything.
I also love the whole apology process we've seen when celebs freak out/do something stupid. Mel Gibson, Kramer, Imus...I'm sure I am missing someone. I think that if someone ever says to me "In order for the healing to begin..." I will punch them in the teeth.
Don't even get me started on the media. Talk about orgasms.
Guys like Jackson and Sharpton, in my opinion, are afraid of racial equality more than anyone because then their soapbox is gone. My version of hell is being stuck with Imus, Sharpton, Jackson, and Katie Couric in a room.