Monday, October 18, 2010


i hate the economic situation right now. i work 6 days a week and still cant afford to do anything. when with all this get better!!!!!

Sunday, October 3, 2010


its been a while since ive been on here been very busy with work and other things. had a great night last night it was m girlfriends and one of my others friends 21st birthdays so i had to celebrate twice as much lol...dont worry post will be back

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Fun Times

So this past saturday i had the most fun with my group of friends that i have had in a long time. We had a party at one of my friends apartment and we were drinking and having fun. It got really late at night (or early in the morning) how ever you want to look at it, and one of my friends passed out. so we took advantage of this like any group of friends would do, and drew all over him. This torture went on for a good 3 hours of just drawing and hitting him with stuff and splashing water on him. To this day he doesnt know who did it lol...hopefully he doesnt read my blog :)

Friday, September 17, 2010

Not my favorite team but a supporter of this player

PHILADELPHIA -- Michael Vick has always appreciated the chance that the Philadelphia Eagles gave him to return to the NFL. Now, he's getting an opportunity to return the favor.
Vick will start at quarterback for the Eagles on Sunday against the Detroit Lions, the first time he's been under center at the start of a game since his time with the Atlanta Falcons -- long before the world learned about his cruel world of dogfighting.
Eagles coach Andy Reid made it official Friday when he ruled quarterback Kevin Kolb out for Sunday's game with the concussion he suffered in their season-opening loss to the Green Bay Packers. Middle linebacker Stewart Bradley was also ruled out with a concussion.
Reid said that both players passed the written part of the concussion test, but they had to see Dr. William Welch to pass the next phase. That appointment was set for Friday.
"We'll see how that goes before we go any further," Reid said.
Meanwhile, the Eagles head to Detroit looking to even their record at 1-1. And starting at quarterback will be Vick, who last started the final game of the 2006 season for the Falcons against, ironically enough, the Eagles.
"It would be gratifying," Vick said of leading the Eagles to a win. "This team took a chance on me when not many others would."
Vick missed the entire 2007 and '08 seasons after his involvement in a dogfighting ring came to light. The Eagles signed him last preseason and, after serving a four-game suspension, he played in 12 regular-season games for the team primarily as an option in the wildcat formation.
For the season, Vick completed 6 of 13 passes for 86 yards with one touchdown. He also ran the ball 24 times for 95 yards and two touchdowns.
Any rust that may have been lingering came off in chunks last week against the Packers, though, when Vick came into the game in the second half with the Eagles trailing 20-3. His elusiveness in the open field and strong arm helped Philadelphia get within 27-20, before his last drive stalled on fourth-and-1 from the Green Bay 42.
Vick still finished 16 of 24 for 175 yards and a touchdown while running for 103 yards.
"Michael is excited to step in and play," Reid said. "As we all know, he was one of the great quarterbacks in the league before he was incarcerated.
"He did a great job of getting back into shape, that's number one. Then, the speed of the game -- you're talking about a guy who was one of the fastest players in the game and he was stumbling a little last preseason. Then you look last Sunday and he was as fast as he was. He not only ran for 100 yards, but he also threw the ball well."
Vick took all the reps with the first team in practice this week and should be as ready to start as he's been since he left the Falcons.
"This is a big game," Vick said. "It's not about me making my first start or none of that. I've put all of that aside. It's about us going on the road and trying to get a win. We need to go out there and get a win, that's what matters. Nobody wants to be 0-2."

well actually one of the teams i hate most as a cowboys fan but i gotta say i love Vick (regardless of his past) and i am glad he is starting this week

Thursday, September 16, 2010

so i think im gonna go with a sports theme, with a few randoms in between

Reviews Are In for Jeter’s Role as a Hit Batsman

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — About 1,200 miles Off Off Off Broadway on Wednesday night, Derek Jeter polished his acting chops, convincing an umpiring crew that a pitched ball struck his left arm when, as he later acknowledged with a smile, it did no such thing.
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    Derek Jeter is examined by the team trainer, with manager Joe Girardi looking on, after he is allegedly hit by a pitch.
    Some were quick to view Jeter’s ploy as an act of desperation, that he contrived a trip to first base in an important contest during a season in which his batting average and on-base percentage have dropped dramatically.
    But was he being desperate, or just being Jeter, admired and revered but also a savvy, instinctive player always alert for an advantage in the intense environment of major league baseball.
    Jeter may be Sports Illustrated’s reigning “Sportsman of the Year,” but much like the late George Steinbrenner, he will do almost anything to win. On Wednesday, that approach steered him right toward the boundaries of baseball’s unwritten rules without actually going beyond them.
    That code allows players to sell phantom tags to umpires or to make believe a ball that was trapped was actually caught. It allows a catcher to try and trick an umpire into calling a ball a strike.
    And, in the case of Jeter, who represented the tying run in a taut game, it allows a player to pretend that a pitch hit him when it did not.
    Fans from just about everywhere weighed in on Jeter’s performance Thursday, some applauding his cleverness, others condemning him as a fraud and not the role model he is supposed to be.
    Those who make their living in baseball just shrugged.
    “I can not understand what the commotion is,” said the Fox baseball broadcaster Tim McCarver, a former major league catcher, as he took stock of the uproar.
    “Why question that?” he said of Jeter’s actions. “I can’t believe anyone would say that’s cheating.”
    Minnesota Twins Manager Ron Gardenhire, whose team has lost repeatedly to Jeter’s Yankees in the postseason, agreed.
    “You have to be an actor in this game, you have to be,” he said. “It’s unfortunate, but it’s part of the game. Jeter, you could see him staring over there in the video, sly as a cat. It’s just the way it is. Call it what you want to call it, it happens. It’s happened forever.”
    The play in question occurred in the top of the seventh, with one out and the Yankees trailing, Tampa Bay, 2-1, with first place on the line in the A,L. East.
    The first pitch from Chad Qualls came in on Jeter’s hands — where he often does get hit — and smacked the knob of his bat as he spun away. He tossed his bat, clutched his elbow and hopped toward the Yankees’ dugout.
    Having been awarded first base by the plate umpire, Lance Barksdale, Jeter continued to pretend he was in discomfort. Manager Joe Girardi raced out, as did the Yankees trainer Gene Monahan, who examined Jeter’s arm. “Geno acted more than I did I guess,” Jeter said afterward.
    Some of those who criticized Jeter on blog posts pointed to the elaborate way he feigned being hurt, saying his actions crossed over into outright dishonesty. They asked: Why not just jog to first right away?
    But Jeter probably had good cause to lather it on. After the ball hit his bat (and apparently grazed his uniform), it bounced into fair territory. The Rays even threw the ball to first, so Jeter knew that if the umpires reversed the initial call he might be called out.
    Rays Manager Joe Maddon was barking, the umpires were getting ready to huddle, a game was on the line. An Emmy performance was called for, and Jeter does have acting experience. And sure enough, after Jeter took first, Curtis Granderson homered to temporarily give the Yankees the lead.
    McCarver lauded Jeter’s awareness of what was at stake, that the umpires might change their mind, that they might need some extra convincing.
    “What upset some people perhaps is that he was so demonstrative when it hit the bat, but to think that quickly is remarkable,” he said. “You can’t say, ‘No, the ball didn’t hit me.’ You’re trying to get on base; you’re trying to win the game.”
    “It’s gamesmanship,” Bob Costas, another veteran baseball commentator, said approvingly of Jeter’s actions. “This is completely different from steroids or stealing signs with a pair of binoculars.”
    In his decade and a half in baseball, Jeter has built up enormous respect as the captain of the Yankees and the winner of five championships.
    He is held in such high esteem that peers use him as a counterpoint to comment on others’ transgressions. In chiding Jeter’s teammate, Alex Rodriguez, for running across the pitcher’s mound earlier this season, Oakland’s Dallas Braden suggested that he “watch his captain a little more often.”
    Curt Schilling slammed Rodriguez for his infamous slap play against the Boston Red Soxin the 2004 American League Championship Series with a barb that cut to Rodriguez’s insecurities and Jeter’s aura: “Would Derek Jeter ever do that?” he asked. “No chance.”
    But Rodriguez has a way of operating outside those unwritten rules. He was mocked for the slap play, and called out by the umpires, a key moment in Boston’s historic comeback in that series. In 2007, he was belittled when he yelled “Ha!” as he ran past a Toronto infielder settling under a pop-up. The ball fell for a hit and a brawl nearly ensued.
    Had it been Rodriguez who feigned being hit by a pitch, he would have been called a clown — or worse. Jeter? No one is about to call him that. Instead, on Thursday, some in baseball were ready to smile along with him.
    Hisanori Takahashi, the Japanese left-hander for the Mets, recalled a catcher for the Hiroshima Toyo Carp who would pretend he was hit by a pitch by pinching the back of his hand and leaving a red mark.
    And Keith Hernandez, the Mets broadcaster and former first baseman, said he would have “no issue whatsoever” if he had been manning first and someone reached base on a phantom hit by pitch.
    Would he say anything to the player? “I would call him Laurence Olivier and say, ‘Good one,’ ” Hernandez said.

    i think this is just stupid! jeter doing this is the same as a wide reciever faking a catch or a basketball player faking getting fouled. i boo all the jeter haters and what a big deal they are making out of this

    Shaq being the policeman he is

    Shaq Accused of Hacking Into Computer to Frame Suspect on Child Porn Charges

      Shaq might be nearing the end of his career, but basketball's notorious Hack-a-Shaq strategy took on a new meaning yesterday as the Hub's newest hoop homeboy slammed a lawsuit filed against him that claims he hacked into a computer and tried to frame a former employee for possessing child porn. The sordid civil suit against Shaquille O'Neal, the Celtics' new No. 36, accuses him of "intentional infliction of emotional distress" upon Shawn Darling, a former employee of the NBA standout.
      The 15-page complaint, filed in a Miami court last month, pelts all manner of allegations at the former MVP and portrays him as a serial philanderer and bully. Among the charges:
      --Shaq dumped his iMac computer in a lake behind his house to destroy evidence in a restraining order case filed by a former galpal. --Shaq broke into the voice mail of yet another mistress in order to erase messages and change her password. --He hacked into Darling's voice mail. --Using his many law enforcement connections, Shaq tried to frame Darling for multiple crimes and blamed the former employee for the breakup of his marriage.
      In a lengthy statement released by his representatives yesterday, O'Neal called Darling "an ex-con" with a lengthy record. He portrayed the suit as a brazen cash-grab by a man who previously tried to extort him for $12 million by threatening to expose O'Neal's personal communications and e-mails.
      "Mr. O'Neal has made it crystal clear that he will never respond to these outrageous tactics," Shaq's representatives said in a statement. "As a result, Darling filed a lawsuit which seeks only to embarrass, harass and extract money from Mr. O'Neal."
      O'Neal's attorney Benjamine Reid called the claims in the suit a "complete and utter fabrication."
      Reid also accused Darling of copying personal information from Shaq's computer without his permission

      I think shaq is just doing shaq everyone agree?

      Rough Morning

      Sorry to be boring guys im new at this. the good stuff will come soon i promise im getting the hang of the blogging. ill be on again later today will something good