Anyway, I've noticed my blog isn't nearly as funny as it used to be. I blame my health, but I at least wanted everyone to know I'll work on getting my sense of humor back. This post is going to be mix and match. First, as promised, more NFL predictions. If you don't care about those, skip to the next section.
Before I reveal my NFC and AFC North picks, it should put in a disclaimer that I'm a huge Chicago Bears Homer. I've picked them to win a LOT of games. That said, before you call me a retard, take a look at their schedule. It's pretty weak.
Green Bay: 5-11
Green Bay has a very bad team. When I finished tallying up the wins, they had more than I thought they would. The future looks bleak for the cheese heads. Good news for Detroit though--this next crappy season might finally be the end of Matt Millen, arguably the worst football GM of all time. After he's out, they've got a chance to rebuild. Their foundation isn't terrible.
There you have it. The first winless team since Tampa Bay. I don't think they have the worst team in the NFL, but they certainly have the worst team with the hardest schedule. Expect a big turnaround for them next year. They've got a good coach. The AFC North might be the toughest division in football.
Brad Pitt recently declared that he would not marry Angelina Jolie until gays could marry legally. Like Trey Parker and Matt Stone need more ideas for episodes of South Park....
Seriously, does this idiot really think the government, much less the general public, gives a rat's ass about his hold out? I think that she started talking marriage, and he cleverly spun it around on her.
- A: "Brad, honey, why don't we get married? You said you want to be with me forever..."
B: [shit...shit...shit...think, Brad, think!]
A: "We could continue to promote our beliefs to the world under a unified symbol of love."
B: "Uhhh, yeah, but honey, how fair is that to gay people who can't marry? That's something we strongly believe in! I think we should not get married until there are equal rights for all!" [God Damn, Brad, you genius. Sometimes you even amaze yourself.]
A: "Honey, that's a great idea! They'd HAVE to let gays marry if you and I refuse to!"
B: "Sure they would, honey. Sure they would. Let's have sex."
House continues to disappoint. The highlight of the episode was Chase cracking a momma joke on Foreman. The good news is it looks like it's preparing to turn a corner. House is regaining the God-complex that made the show interesting to begin with.
Standoff was pretty good this week. I'm still getting in to it, and I wonder if I'll get tired of it. Right now, it's definitely watchable.
Men in Trees was surprisingly watchable. The lead guy is likeable, and I'm Heche fan. The plot is a little fluff, a little cliche, but it's decent. Unfortunately, next week it will be on at it's regular time on Fridays. So much for that show.