Friday, February 23, 2007

Friday Quiz

Without looking anything up...

1. What does HSBC stand for?

2. Who leads South Carolina in Home Runs heading into this weekend?

3. What was the first state to ratify the Constitution?

4. Who won Super Bowl IV?

5. On Seinfeld Kramer sued two companies and threatened to sue another. He settled all of the suits or potential suits. What did he settle for with a. the coffee shop? b. the tobacco company? c. Calvin Klein?

6. What is the world's deepest lake?

7. What and when was the Glorious Revolution?

8. In the movie Happy Gilmore, Happy does a commercial for what company?

9. What is the capitol of Djibouti?

10. Name the hometowns of the following Gamecocks?

a. Sidney Rice
b. Tre Kelley
c. Blake Mitchell
d. Kenny McKinley
e. BJ McKie
f. Noah Whiteside
g. Chris Culliver
h. Sheldon Brown
i. Duce Staley
j. Todd Ellis

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Get your gamecock gear, as well as your Barnyard shirts for the Matt and Tim show. If you have checked out there show you can hear it at 1400 am here in columbia from 10 to 1.
Get your gamecock gear, as well as your Barnyard shirts for the Matt and Tim show. If you have checked out there show you can hear it at 1400 am here in columbia from 10 to 1.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

What is a cougar

As defined by the Urban dictionary: Any older woman who frequents clubs in order to score with a usually much younger man. The cougar can be anyone from an overly surgically altered wind tunnel victim, an absolute sad and bloated old horn-meister, to a real hottie, or milf. Cougars are gaining in popularity ( particular the true hotties ), as young men not only a fucking incredible sexual high, but many times a chick with her shit together.

A little out of control in Vegas...

Violence marred post-NBA All-Star Game partying as shootings left three people in critical condition and stamped an ugly footnote on what should have been a time of celebration.

Police arrested 362 people during the All-Star Game weekend as scattered fights broke out along the main casino strip.

Las Vegas is the first non-NBA city to be awarded the All-Star Game and is actively trying to pursue obtaining an NBA team. I think it is safe to say this hurt the City of Las Vegas's chances for landing a pro team to call "the city of lights" home. But who really watches the NBA?


Monday, February 19, 2007

Baseball Top 5...

Here is a look at the College Baseball Top according to Baseball America.


Last Week: 2-1
Overall: 5-1

The Gamecocks suffered a rare February loss Sunday, but not before a couple of emphatic wins against Liberty and Richmond. Jr. RHP Jay Brown turned in USC's best pitching performance of the weekend on Saturday (6 IP, 2 ER, 9 K), though Jr. RHP Harris Honeycutt was solid Friday (5.1 IP, 2 ER, 4 K). Fr. OF Lonnie Chisenhall continued to hammer the ball, going 5-for-9 in the two wins, and Jr. DH Phil Disher did likewise, driving in six runs in the two wins. So. RHP Mike Cisco cruised through 6 IP Sunday before running into trouble in the seventh, and The Citadel scored five runs in the seventh and eighth innings--the last one coming against Gamecocks closer Wynn Pelzer.

UPCOMING-------Feb. 23-26: Eastern Michigan


***Side notes --- Winthrop is ranked number 23. There are 4 SEC teams in the Top 25 and 6 ACC teams in the Top 25.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Say what?

Many of you know that Barack Hussein Obama was in the Palmetto state this weekend. In his stop yesterday at Claflin University, which is in O-burg, he spoke to about 2,000.

I found a quote by one of the students interesting while reading a Associated Press article about the campaign visit.

This is what it said at the bottom of the article.......

"Darcel Lancaster, an 18-year-old Claflin freshman, spent nearly two hours waiting in the morning's chill to be the first in line to see Obama. The biology major said she wouldn't commit to Obama's campaign.

"I'm going to look more into others," she said.

She doesn't expect him to win every black vote — including hers.

"Some people think he's not black enough," Lancaster said. If she picked Obama, it wouldn't be because of his race, she said. "He's not full black," Lancaster said."
Where is Jesse Jackson on this? I am not making this up....the person and article really stated this......Thoughts anyone?