Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Weekly Rant: R.I.P Mandela 12-11-13

Just as the world was getting over the loss of Paul Walker we lose another historical figure, Nelson Mandela. I won’t wax poetically about the impact he had on the world because the new coverage of Mandela over the last 48 hours should suffice.
I only wish that there won’t be any more famous deaths in the coming weeks but unfortunately it’s a scientific fact that they come in three’s.
A movie about Manela will be released in the US on Christmas day. The conspiracy theorist in me says that this could be one of the greatest publicity stunts in history.

Stringer Bell as Nelson Mandela

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Weekly Rant 2: Welcome Home

I just got back to Canada from travelling Europe for 2 months. I had a good time visiting the old country and visiting friends. It always amazes me how much more scenic it is than in the States. There are so many beautiful old buildings, churches and historical sites. It makes States seem lame by comparison.

Sipping on some Fireball Whiskey

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Weekly Rant 1: Berlin

This is the first edition of my weekly rants. I usually do not plan ahead what I’m going to blog but I noticed a common theme in most entries. I have a lot to complain about. So, along with my rant, I’ve decided to list the top 5 things that piss me off each week. Here goes:

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

George W. Mission Accomplished

The George W. Bush library and museum opened today. Why would they do it 10th anniversary of when President George Bush famously and heroically landed on an aircraft carrier and announced mission accomplished in Iraq? You would think that they wouldn't want to bring attention to one of the worst decisions and disasters in Americas history right?

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

First Gay NBA Player Jason Collins

Current NBA player Jason Collins came out of the closet on Monday. Although there's a good chance he will be former NBA player Jason Collins in the near future, I still commend him for forcing the country to confront what the next step up the ladder towards homosexual acceptance will look like. (He may never play another game in the NBA because the last couple seasons he averaged more turnovers than points or rebounds; so this is more of an assist for a more "important" player to come out).

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Overrated: Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony is playing the best basketball of his career and the Knicks are the hottest team in the NBA. That being said; This a perfect time to blog about him being overrated. Unlike most lame sports “analyst”, I’d rather not just say someone is "clutch" when they win and "can’t close" when they lose.I could have posted this when the Knicks stunk in the playoffs last year but I prefer to go after players when they have the opportunity to prove me wrong.

But this never happens. When I write about overrated players it isn’t because I want them to be. It is just an undeniable truth. 

See my previous posts:

Wednesday, March 13, 2013


I apologize for all the political blogs lately but I've been busy planning and executing Mexico's annexation of yours truly. Hopefully leaving the States will help me get my mind off the pinheads that run my old country.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Does the British system work better than ours?

Two weeks ago Britain’s parliament voted in favor of legalizing gay marriage. While this particular law has no real effect in America there are a couple glaring differences that must be noted:

1. British Conservatives voted 127 in favor to 136 against.
2. No Conservatives used the argument that if gay people are allowed to marry then who’s to stop people from marrying their pets.

The fact that you have heard the second point used as an argument in America goes to show how many stupid people reside in our country. That being said I want to focus more on the first point. Mainly that conservatives actually did their job and didn't just vote exactly the same as their cohorts.

Former British Prime Minister setting the standard

Side Note: I know nothing of British Parliament. While these results make me think that they are leaps and bounds ahead of the American democratic process, they still have a long way to go when it comes to food and dentistry.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Super Bowl XLVII Preview, My Version

Welcome to my first annual Super Bowl Preview Extravaganza!

The 49ers are making their first return to the Super Bowl in almost 20 years. That might seem like a long time to you youngsters, but that's nothing for those of us that were around when the Niners first joined the NFL, ironically in 1949. That is, until an up and coming coach named Bill Walsh was joined by a young QB from Notre Dame. The rest is history.

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