Monday, March 23, 2009

Twice As Good Looking....

Hello Hello...

So the bald guy had quite a time at the Coyne PR Morristown bar crawl this weekend. For someone who rarely consumes alcohol, I felt this was the perfect time to cut loose, down a few, enjoy a shot and just be a complete and utter tool. (Then again, when am I not right?)


Four beers in, I thought to myself, “You know what, I’m good looking on the front side. Let me be twice as stunning." So Gramuglia’s girlfriend Honora went to work with a purple sharpie.


Her finished product. Yay.


Monday, March 9, 2009

Why I Love College Basketball......

Example 472 of why college basketball has become my favorite sport…

Monday, March 2, 2009

Six Days & Counting....

Six days into lent and I have not had even one sip of Pepsi. NICE...

Time for bed. Yay.

Job Opening: Copy Editor

Clearly after reading this Pete Prisco blog on, it's painfully obvious the website is in dire need of a copy editor.

How many typos/grammatical errors can you find in this blog entry? I found six.

***I coped and pasted this from the website.


Receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh went on the defensive recently agianst the tide of negative thinking against him as a perpective free agent.

Houshmandzadeh told that he would show all the doubters that he was a much better player than many expected. He aslo said he was 31, but had a body of a 27-year-old.

I am one of those doubters. The Seahawks are not.

Seattle signed Houshmandzadeh to a five-year, $40 million deal with $15 million in guaranteed money. That's No. 1 receiver money, and thus lies the problem.

Can you No. 1 receiver be a guy who averaged 9.8 yards per catch last season? I think not. Seattle paid a lot of money for a No. 2 receiver.

Sorry, T.J. That's what you are.

That's why I still think the Seahawks will take a close look at Texas Tech receiver Michael Crabtree in the first round of the draft with the fourth overall pick. He would be the No. 1 and Houshmandzadeh the No. 2.

The Seahawks better hope this isn't a case of a second receiver on one team not living up to the hype on another. We've seen that before from the likes of Alvin Harper and others.

The truth hurts players. That's why T.J. went on the defensive. At least now he can do it with a fat paycheck.