Thursday, March 29, 2007


I guess it's a little elitist, but I'm completely sick of what passes for culture these days.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Josh Wilker still rules, he's just at the Baseball Toaster now.
It's warm. Tank tops are coming out again. Life is good.
I wouldn't be a good baseball fan if I didn't make preseason picks:

AL EAST:Boston
AL CENTRAL:Cleveland
AL WEST:Oakland

NL EAST:New York
NL CENTRAL:Milwaukee
NL WEST:Arizona

Cleveland over New York
Boston over Oakland
Milwaukee over St. Louis
New York over Arizona

Boston over Cleveland
New York over Milwaukee

Boston over New York
Now reading "The Comedy Writer" by Peter Farrelly. It's OK. Probably wasn't worth buying. I like the New England flavor, but there's a distance to it-you don't completely fall for the character, the way you do in a really good story. Hugh Laurie's book was brilliant, and Confederacy of Dunces, which the blurb compares it to, was way better. My wife didn't like it either.

Now listening to the Marketplace podcast. Marketplace is a brilliant show, business news without being dull.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

It seems that a good question for Tony Snow might be: "You have referred to the Congress' efforts to have Presidential aides testify as "unprecedented". How, exactly, can this be so if President Clinton's aides offered thousands of hours of testimony to Congress?"

Sunday, March 25, 2007

I just can't fucking do this anymore.
I hope I can pick up Alex Gordon in my fantasy baseball draft tonight.