Friday, March 03, 2006
I saw this pic the other day and thought to myself this is truly tragic. Could you imagine driving up on a scene like this? I can see Dev crying right now over this photo at his computer....and on a side note....big games this weekend for USC men's basketball (vs. Auburn) and baseball (against Klempson)....both of these games we need W's!!!! Now go pray for the lost beer in this photo and for USC wins!
Wednesday, March 01, 2006
Im sorry to go on about a useful penny. If you think about it though, a penny can do other things as well. A penny can give you a free place to stay in Key West. It can make you a great drink. A penny can even help start a conversation with a girl that you wouldn't normally talk to. I think a penny has a lot of "cents." When has a penny ever worked a real job? How many times have you wanted to be a penny? Yeah, so you dont always get picked up, but heck man what about the times you do. Do you know how hard a penny tries to pick up other change? A penny works really hard. I think you need to all respect the penny and embrace the penny!!!
I Love You Penny!!!
I Love You Penny!!!
Dear Anonymous (again),
With about 85% of the guys the left testicle is larger than the right one. With men that are left-handed it’s normally the right one. Between men the testicles vary in size quite a bit. They are comparable in size till boys are about ten years of age. With some guys they’ll stay small, but with others they increase in size, sometimes becoming 5 times as big. Size is unrelated to fertility. It’s in fact quite unimportant. What looks good is a matter of taste. Some like it big, others like it small. But whatever your preference, you cannot change the size.
A penny is a very useful object. It can be used to defend bums roaming the streets. If you are approached by one all you have to do is hand them a couple of these and they disappear. You can also use them to test and see if someone is actually deaf. You know those people that approach you in parking lots with a piece of paper and a sticker. The paper asks you for money to help a deaf person. If you tell them no and they walk away, you can throw a penny on the ground. If they turn around and look, you can point and laugh. You could place fifty of them in a sock and swing it really hard to wake up someone that passed out too early from drinking. I mean the list could go on forever. I hope you have a new perspective on the usefulness of a penny Mr Anonymous.
I want comments from our readers for their inventive ideas on uses for pennies. I will buy a beer for the one who is the most creative. Don't waste time!!!!
Dear Loser in La,
The last man standing theory states the following: If a man is able to last longer than any other man at a bar, then he gets to take the last woman standing home for the evening. This theory has many examples to back it up. Also size, shape, hygiene, and looks don't interfere with this theory at all. One example right off hand involves someone I personally know. We will call him Trad to hide his identity. Now, for a long while Trad would go out and always come home with, or stay with, a female. Everyone thought he was the man. When all he really was doing was utilizing the theory and all aspects possible. Trad would even go to happy hour, come home and drink, and then return to the bar at closing time to have and advantage over all the other men testing this theory. I encourage anyone that is having a "dry spell," to test this theory and give feed back. It is kind of like luck of the draw as far as the looks of the female. What I have witnessed personally from Trad's success is that the last women standing are not beauty queens. But hey you're not alone!! Try it out and let me know Loser. Hope the best success to you in your next drunken endeavor. Use the theory, Live by the theory.
This picture is a prime example of what could happen when you follow this theory.
I saw this article today and thought to myself that this is very sad...What is America coming too....you be the Judge...?
(Dev would be proud !!!)
Study: One in 1,000 Know First Amendment (AP News)
Americans apparently know more about "The Simpsons" than they do about the First Amendment.
Only one in four Americans can name more than one of the five freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment (freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly and petition for redress of grievances.) But more than half can name at least two members of the cartoon family, according to a survey.
The study by the new McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum found that 22 percent of Americans could name all five Simpson family members, compared with just one in 1,000 people who could name all five First Amendment freedoms.
Joe Madeira, director of exhibitions at the museum, said he was surprised by the results. "Part of the survey really shows there are misconceptions, and part of our mission is to clear up these misconceptions," said Madeira, whose museum will be dedicated to helping visitors understand the First Amendment when it opens in April. "It means we have our job cut out for us."
The survey found more people could name the three "American Idol" judges than identify three First Amendment rights. They were also more likely to remember popular advertising slogans. It also showed that people misidentified First Amendment rights. About one in five people thought the right to own a pet was protected, and 38 percent said they believed the right against self-incrimination contained in the Fifth Amendment was a First Amendment right, the survey found.
The telephone survey of 1,000 adults was conducted Jan. 20-22 by the research firm Synovate and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
This is by far the easiest job I have ever had. Everyone that reads this blog must have the perfect lives. I thought I would be swamped with questions. The questions are open to all readers. You can always ask, "My friend" has this problem or question. Identities will not be revealed. So ask anything in confidence.. Here is a good example; Why would a grown man tree a mountain lion just to take this picture? That kitty looks pissed.
Well the USC basketball team has lost again and reached a new low for the season...USC's only chance to avoid a last-place finish in the SEC East is to defeat Auburn on Saturday and hope Georgia loses its final two games, at Florida and against Arkansas. I read in The State today the story about the game and Coach Odom's quote --- "Maybe I'm not tough enough. Maybe I've got to get tougher myself," Odom said. "If I give up, they're going to give up. I'm not going to give up. So, there's no chance they will. It's easy to give up. But it's wrong. I am not going to let my guys do that. When will we win? When we are good enough. Those are simplistic answers, but those are the answers."
I do not think toughness has much to do with it here....USC is a very tough team and has a great defense....but offense needs at least one player to step up and perform....last year Carlos Powell did that (from time to time)...but this year it seems no one wants to be the "star." It seems we are playing in a offense that requires you to pass the ball at least 3-5 times before you take a shot.....Does anyone know when the last time a USC team scored 100+ points????
I will go now and pray that we can win this weekend....I still have hope that we will win the SEC (okay most likely not....) and that Odom irecruitmenthe recuritment trial hard this year and is going to bring in some top players......I guess with everything, we shall see!
Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Big game tonight for all you Gamecock 'faithful' out there....LSU vs. USC ! This is a big game for USC, 14-13 and 5-9 in the SEC, as they will host No. 24 LSU, 20-7 and 12-2 in the SEC, in its final home game of the season on Tues., Feb. 28 at 7 pm. The home team has won the last four match-ups between the two teams, with USC also defeating LSU in the first round of the 2004 SEC Tournament (85-64). USC is 2-0 vs. the SEC Western Division at home this season and 0-2 vs. the same side on the road. USC has lost three straight, including its second straight one point loss, falling 56-57 to Vanderbilt on Feb. 25. USC is 6-5 following a loss.
USC has had 14 games decided by seven points or less, posting a 5-9 record - including nine of those being SEC games (USC is 3-6 in those games). USC has had six games this season decided by three points or less, including three in a row earlier in the season - UGA (61-64), at Vandy (66-64) and at UK (78-80). Three of the six games that were decided by three points or less went to OT. Each of USC's first six SEC games were decided by seven points or less and nine total have been decided by the same tally.
Besides all of that the Gamecocks need a win bad heading into the SEC Tourney and need a win to prove something to the NIT selection Cmte because we all know that the NCAA tourney is out of the question unless by the grace of God we win the SEC tourney.......and some are getting tired of ole' Davey as the coach.....he needs a win badly!!!
Monday, February 27, 2006
After conducting some further research on why 'Tom Tom' is a angry man and thinking about what the Advice Man had to say on this subject......I ran across this baby photo of 'Tom Tom' in the hospital. As you can see by this photo....he began his life as a "angry baby" and this lead to him being simply a Angry 'Tom Tom' as he grew older in life.....