Archive for February, 2008

…watch how big a sissy their mascot is.

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I like Billy

Check out this video.

And read this article.

Then, you might like Billy too.

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An obvious shot at Starbucks. My favorite line is: “Delicious lattes from Dunkin’ Donuts. You order them in English…not Fritalian.”

Oh, because “latte” is an English word, right? What? It’s not? It’s Italian? Imagine that. Oh wait, it made its way into the English dictionary in the mid-90’s? Because of…?

You think that might be because of Starbucks? Maybe because during that time period, they were opening a new store every workday?

The song is catchy, though. Just like the University of Louisville, you’ll always be little brother. It’s OK, though, Dunkin’ Donuts, you’re cute.

Really, I do like this commercial. But if the whole premise of the commercial is criticizing Starbucks for having foreign words on their menu, please don’t offer an Italian word to me as your alternative.

Oh, and one more thing…look at how many people are in line at the nondescript fancy coffee shop.  Then notice the one guy walking outside with his Dunkin’ Donuts “American” latte.  At least they got that part right.

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Farts are funny.

…but not everyone enjoys them.

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Louisville sucks. That is all.

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Might be one of the top 5 videos on all of YouTube: Waylon Jennings, his son Shooter (both of whom own spots on my Ipod) & the 1988 Kentucky Wildcats. Does life get better than this? I submit that it does not.

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Here’s some more

This is the part that’s quoted below. I apologize for just posting bits and pieces, but I can’t find the whole speech.

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Here’s a snippet

Some of the first part of the speech:

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Bye, Mitt…

Mitt Romney, in bowing out of the Presidential race, made the best speech I’ve ever heard him make. One that makes you ask, “Where was that during the campaign?” Here’s the end of it, where he announces his withdrawal.

I’m still looking for a good clip of the first part of it. Here’s an excerpt until I find something:

I’m convinced that unless America changes course, we could become the France of the twenty-first century. (crowd booing) Still a great nation, but not the leader of the world, not the superpower. And, to me, that’s unthinkable. Look, it was awhile ago Shimon Peres came to Boston for a visit. He was asked about what he thought about the war in Iraq. First he said, “I have to put something in context.” He said, “America is unique in the history of the world. In the history of the world,” he said, “whenever there’s been conflict, the nation that wins takes land from the nation that loses. One nation in history, and this during the last century, laid down hundreds of thousands of lives and took no land. No land from Germany, no land from Korea, no land from Japan. America,” he said, “is unique in the sacrifice it has made for liberty, for itself, and for freedom loving people around the world.” And Colin Powell added, “The only land we took after the last great conflict was enough land to bury our dead.” The best ally peace has ever known and will ever know is a strong America!

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No early-round flameout this year.  Kansas is gonna win it all.  I’m saying it today.


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