Friday, March 07, 2008
Well, I'm a little bit tired today as I stayed up until 1:30 to watch the Stanford/UCLA game (which, by the way, was fantastic). I've said it before and I'll say it again, the Thursday night FSN Pac-10 games fucking rule. To make up for it, here's a pic of some UCLA skank courtesy of Pac 10 Poon. I've got 3 notes today and then I'm out, the boss is back from St. Louis so I have to get my "act like I'm working" shoes back on.
Guess what? My first ever interview for being a sick ass blogger was posted yesterday over at Stiles Points. It really makes you feel like a big man to have someone ask you questions. Check it out, I'm even more awesome than usual. And that is pretty fucking hard. By the way, that was the last time I give a free interview, it's $1000 a pop now.
Also, The Money Shot has set up an NCAA Tournament group over at Yahoo. Everyone is welcome. Click the link and join. If you win, and you want to, you can do a guest post or just be recognized or however you want to do it. Since I am the smartest person ever, that shouldn't be an issue though.
Group ID# - 20090
password - poopsmells
Finally, my legal counsel has shattered my dreams on this, but they've been fired and now I'm asking for my fellow blog commenters for some assistance. I think I know what I'm going to do in this situation, but I would appreciate any advice/wild schemes. So yesterday I get a speeding ticket on the way to work. It serves me fucking right for stopping at Starbucks for a shitty cup of coffee only because I had a gift card. Anyway, the cop nails me for 50 in a 35, I'm guilty, whatever. I'm not going to change because of a $92 piece of paper. FYI, me and my radar detector are NOT on speaking terms right now. OK, so he hands me the ticket and instead of my real first name, he writes "Craig" (which I fucking hate). Since my name isn't Craig, do I have a chance to get it thrown out if I fight it? My former lawyers say no, but what do they know? Let me know what you think. America is all about weaseling your way out of things based on technicalities. I think it's written on the Statue of Liberty.
I'm coming into work tomorrow, expect a weekend post. Out. Mmmmm, I should have went to UCLA.