Saturday, February 28, 2009

The March is on!!

Tomorrow is March, which can only mean one thing...

No, not that. But good guess.

It's the Road to Wrestlemania 25. If you pay attention to WWE, you know that the two main events have esentially been set. It's going to be John Cena/Edge for the World Heavyweight title and Randy Orton/Triple H for the WWE title.

And I'm SO looking forward to it. Not those main events so much, but all the possible match ups on Raw and Smackdown over the next month. Among the potention scenarios:

  • Cena vs. Triple H (face vs. face)
  • Orton vs. Edge (heel vs. heel)
  • Cena vs. Orton (challenger vs. challenger)
  • Triple H vs. Edge (champion vs. champion)
  • Cena and Orton vs. Edge and Triple H (challengers vs. champions)
  • Cena and Triple H vs. Edge and Orton (not only would it be faces vs. heels, it's a reunion of Rated-RKO)
  • Cena and Edge vs. Triple H and Orton (World Heavyweight vs. WWE)

I'd also like to see some DX vs. Rated-RKO, or maybe some Edge and Christian action, perhaps a six-man tag action with wild cards like Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, The Big Show, the McMahons. That'd be awesome.

Will it happen? Anything's possible. I'm smart enough to see most things coming when I watch WWE programming, but not everything. I'd like to believe that the WWE is also smart enough to get me what I want, but that can be hit-or-miss.

I dunno. We'll just have to wait and see.

Friday, February 27, 2009

Let the fountains flow

I really wish the grocery store down the street from my house had a soda fountain in it. Very few restaurants and gas stations are open 24 hours in Fargo. Those restaurants that are (Denny's, Perkins, etc.) aren't exactly take out/drive thru places, and the gas stations that are are not close to my place.

Maybe I should buy my own fountain. And a kit to have it pour cola into my body intravenously.


Saturday, February 21, 2009

Don't call it a comeback!

I gave up on SNL several years ago, about the same time that Will Ferrell left (maybe a little before that, maybe a bit after that).

I might have to start watching again. Old standby players like Darrell Hammond, Seth Meyers, and Amy Poehler. Rising stars like Andy Samberg, Will Forte, Bill Hader, and Jason Sudeikis. And hottie featured players Abby Elliot and Casey Wilson.

Less is more. A smaller cast equals greater laughs. Concentrated for 33% stronger cleaning power. Lorne Michaels and his crew are definitely back on the upswing.

Friday, February 20, 2009


First, he plays a sick priest who lost his faith. Then he reads off the list. Lastly, he works with Santa Barbara's greatest fake psychic.

Jimmi Simpson. Three appearances in one week. Wow.

Well, you've got a new fan in me. Keep it coming.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Lyle does it with style

I frequently daydream about having my own late night talk show. The guests I'd have, the comedy, the music, the format, the control, the fun.

I just hope that once I do get my own show, I can have an intern half as cool as Lyle the Intern.


Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Signed, sealed, delivered

I hate the electronic signature pads that retailers have when you pay by credit card. Just print me a receipt and give me a pen to sign it with. Do they think that paper grows on trees?

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Are you ready for the Fall Out?

I like Fall Out Boy. But I'm ashamed to admit it. No, not because they're emo (Weezer is my favorite band, and their early stuff, which is awesome, is considered emo).

It's because bassist/primary lyricist Pete Wentz is a giant whiney little douche. He's a little bitch, and he pisses me off.

You've been warned Pete. If we ever meet, I'm going to beat the crap out of you.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

I don't get it

For as log as I can remember, my family has always had a bank account. Mostly checking accounts, but some savings too. I've had a savings account since I was 8, a checking account since I was 18. It's been the norm.

So, why do so many check cashing places exist? I can understand if some people do not trust banks at all. Seems odd, IMO, but whatever. But are some people using check cashing services because they are unable to get a savings and/or checking account? Is there some type of qualification that they don't meet?

These check cashing places charge people a small percentage or a flat fee for this service. Why pay a fee when you can cash a check at your bank for free?

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Gotta get away

The tallest building in Fargo is barely over 200 ft.

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