Friday, February 25, 2011

Must Have Been Texting While Driving

I witnessed this accident at an Exxon station on Route 4 in Fort Lee. The driver came right off the highway, right between the pumps, over a huge pile of bags of rock salt and right into a car pumping gas.

the brake is on the left dumbass

How pissed would you be if you are pumping gas and some dickbag comes right off the highway and slams into you. So hard that your rear window breaks.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Bitch, Your Pancakes Look Fine To Me

A brawl at a Denny's in infamous Chicopee, Massachusetts. It started when one woman asked the other for some maple syrup. To which the other woman replied "bitch, your pancakes look fine to me."

In truth, two men (likely their boyfriends/husbands) were fighting first, allegedly over a car accident that occurred in the parking lot.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Song of the Week

"I Wanna Be Your Man" - Charlie Wilson featuring Fantasia
Good ol' Uncle Charlie wanted to do a tribute to his dead old friend, Roger Troutman, so he enlisted Fantasia and did a cover version of one of his most famous songs. It's a pretty good version, not great, not as good as the original which was one of the very first Songs of the Week.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Which Would You Rather Have?

It's pretty well-documented that Derek Jeter has the best life of anyone, anywhere, ever. Jeter just moved into a new mansion in Davis Islands near Tampa, Florida. It is in this home where he has sex with Minka Kelly.
But I would say if you had only half of what he had, you'd still be doing much better than most. But which half would you take?

30,875 square foot mansion
34-23-33 girlfriend

Monday, February 21, 2011

We're All Gonna Die Somehow

Melo Drama

It seems like the Knicks are close to trading Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler, Raymond Felton, Eddy Curry and Anthony Randolph in return for Carmelo Anthony, Chauncey Billups and a couple of spare parts.

As much as I love Melo I think the Knicks should stand pat. Yes, there is a chance Melo will panic and accept a trade (and a 3-year, $65 million deal) to the Nets, but the long-term interests of the team would be best served by hoping Melo hits the free agent market.

The fact is, he wouldn’t make the team good enough to win a title this year. So why trade serviceable parts (Gallo, Chandler and even Felton – though he may not be with the team next year) and another #1 draft choice (in 2014) to get him now? The only answer is because after this summer’s debacle Donnie Walsh doesn’t want to come up short once again.

Yes, it would be a gamble to give the Nets three days to reach a deal with Melo, and yes it would be an embarrassment to be wrong, but the prospect of getting Melo for free (essentially) makes that a wager worth making.