You know, I used to think I wanted to be President someday. The year 2028 to be exact. But then I realized, it's just too much politics. [Spoiler - these jokes don't get any better].
Seriously, where have you lawmakers been all these years that you couldn't voice your displeasure for the BCS system before? Oh wait, I know. You didn't care. But all of a sudden, Barack Obama (President of hittin' dat ass) makes a joke on Monday Night Football and y'all want to push for change?
I see this shit all the time in law school. If you've never been, let me tell you, you (I) sit among a sea of some of the most annoying dick suckers of all time. These are the kids who in college would go up and introduce themselves to the professor on the first day and go to his/her office hours regularly, presumably in an effort to ultimately achieve a better grade, which they were probably going to get anyway, because they're also the kids who spent Friday night studying POSC 420, instead of studying Getting Laid 101.
Here we are, hemorrhaging money like Mike Tyson in the early 90s, and these idiots want to reform the College football Championship system?
Still, maybe it's a good thing? In all honestly, I really don't care. I just needed something to write about. But maybe you do?
Obsequiousness may abound in DC, but these links want to EARN your respect...
One thing that sucks about living in Hoboken, I don't get "Ghet-to Sports with Manny" [PSaMP]
I know how much y'all think the Steelers need cheerleaders, so I figured you'd be proud to know that the Steelers had the 1st squad in professional sports, back in '61. PS - money quote = "The Browns used to throw things at us." Browns fans? Shocker [KDKA]
Mike Boni - Judas! [USA Today]
Top 10 reasons why the Steelers can't lose [Five Tool Tool]
In honor of the Steelers being in Super Bowl XLIII, the town of Bethlehem, WV has temporarily changed its name to "Village of Steelers fans." God may be kind of upset, but I love it! [Wheeling News-Register]
I almost forgot that Troy was going to be in the Coke Super Bowl Ad! [Courier-Post]
Expect 1000s to descend on da Burgh next weekend...unfortch, prob not me (sad face) [Post-Gazette]
Steelers Nation: Mexico City looks pretty bad ass! Add that to the list of places I need to go [Blog 'n' Gold]
Bruce Davis working on keeping up with his pops [St. Pete Times]
Easier to explain? - Electrolytes or Electric Lights? [Cheese People]
Today's theme at the Riffs - Favorite Notorious B.I.G. songs [Friday Morning Riffs]
Wanna know the #1 song on the day you were born? Check it out and be sure to share in the comments [JoshHosler.biz]
PS - If you're going to Tampa, make sure you hit up Ybor City. I hear it's where all the young, impressionable women are...though I am not at will to confirm or deny that fact.
And finally, if you're in the city today or planning on going to the Pep Rally at Heinz Field specifically, be sure to bring a new Terrible Towel to donate to Western Pennsylvanians stationed overseas. I recognize the gravity of our current economic climate, but if you can't spare a few bones to donate a towel to those serving our country, that's unfortch.
Here's the full slate of info:
Pittsburgh Steelers fans asked to bring new Terrible Towels® to Super Bowl Pep Rally Pittsburgh Steelers Sideline StoresAs the Pensblog would say - Do it.
What: To support Western Pennsylvania military troops overseas, the Pittsburgh Steelers and FedEx Ground are launching the Towels for Troops Campaign to collect new Terrible Towels for shipment to overseas military troops in celebration of the team’s trip to Super Bowl XLIII on Sunday, Feb. 1.
To kick start the campaign, the Pittsburgh Steelers will donate the first 1,000 Terrible Towels during the Super Bowl Pep Rally.
Where: The FedEx Special Delivery Van will be stationed at Heinz Field at Gate A during the Super Bowl Pep Rally. Fans may also drop off Terrible Towels at any of the five Steelers Sideline Stores locations: Heinz Field, Grove City Outlets, Pittsburgh Mills Mall, Monroeville Mall and South Hills Village.
When: Super Bowl Pep Rally, Gate A: 3– 8 p.m., Friday, Jan. 23 Steelers Sideline Stores: regular store hours, Saturday, Jan. 24 and Sunday, Jan. 25"