Monday, November 21, 2005

Some Random Thoughts 

(1) Dear World. Stop calling me, stop e-mailing me and stop telling me that I should be happy that the Bengals "looked good" against the Colts. Fuck that shit. And fuck all of you. First of all, they didn't really look all that good. Second of all, I don't really care if they did. Thank you, Guthrie.

(2) The NFL's policies for showing national games suuuuuuccccckkkkkkkksssssssss. Why did I have to miss the first quarter of the best game of the day so I could watch Tommy Maddox and Kyle Boller, two of the worst quarterbacks never to don a Bengals uniform, battle it out to a "thrilling" finish. Just to clarify, Steelers/Ravens wasn't even the early game here. THERE WAS NO EARLY GAME. They just started showing that overtime at 3:00 PM, in lieu of a pre-game. So I missed the whole first quarter of the Colts/Bengals. Also, apparently, you couldn't even get the game if you had direct TV (the bar across the street wasn't showing it).

(3) I don't really know much about Harry Potter. I think I'm going to start reading the books soon. But it seems to me that every Harry Potter movie has been advertised as "the dark one" or "much darker." How dark can it get? At this pace of growing darkness, I imagine the last movie will portray Harry as a vengeful serial killer who brutalizes the prostitutes of London (with wizardry, of course).

(4) Why isn't there a national advertising campaign explaining that Judge Alito is going to overturn Roe v. Wade? It's quite obvious that he will. It seems that if someone is a halfway decent person (Roberts, Alito), nobody cares that he's going to change the law so that women can't get abortions. In his view, the state legislature has more of a right to control a woman's uterus than a woman. Why aren't Democrats trying to stop this? Oh, I forgot, our new policy is to simply wait for Bush to self destruct. More on this later, although my promised future posts have a way of never materializing.
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