A hodge-podge of thoughts.
Is it strange that I get aggravated every time I hear NFL players/commentators state that, for the playoffs, X team needs to play "mistake free football". Is that something that really needs to be stated? Does that not imply that it's something that teams need to be reminded? Or that teams occasionally can play "mistake full" football? Soon, I expect to hear "We must score points" in these pregame Phil Simms-esque notes.
Does it make me a bad person if I'm watching Katy Perry?
Day-man vs. Green-man: I know you've debated it. Soon, we hope to settle the issue.
If you liked my Jim Hendry trade piece then be sure to check this weekend as I -hope- to finally have a follow-up piece. If you didn't like it...a pox on you.
There should be a couple of MLB "Where They Stand" pieces coming soon. I also hope to do a few Retro Games next week.
Finally, I'm convinced this commercial is inappropriate for children: I was hoping to find the YouTube, but I cannot...it's a Hardees chili cheese "foods" commercial that ends with "If it doesn't get all over the place, it doesn't belong in your face". Dirrrrrrrrrrrrrty. But makes me laugh.