Thursday, November 22, 2012
CaneFreak2001: ESPN: FBS-ACC 1994: Miami Florida Hurricanes vs Tallahassee Florida Seminoles Highlights: Ron Franklin With The Call
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
The Boston Breakers are exactly why the USFL didn't succeed, because they were competing directly with the Patriots of the NFL.
ABC Sports: USFL 1985: Championship Game: Oakland Invaders vs Baltimore Stars: Keith Jackson With The Call
The 1985 USFL Championship game was the final chapter in a three year story written by the USFL in how. And how not to run a pro football league, they knew how to get players and they new how to market and how pro football should be played. But they didn't know where to go as far as where to place USFL franchises and in a lot of cases putting USFL franchises in solid NFL markets. That weren't looking for another pro football franchise and the NFL history was already very strong. Like in Washington, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Detroit, Houston just to name a few. And the fact that they tried to compete with the NFL in the fall which basically bankrupted the league by 1985. Had the USFL concentrated on major markets that didn't have pro football yet, like Orlando, Jacksonville, Memphis, San Antonio, as well as going to major markets that had just. Lost an NFL franchise like Baltimore and continued to bring in the players that were good enough for the NFL. But overlooked there, like Reggie White, Kelvin Bryant, Bobby Hebert to name a few, they would probably still be in business today.
As far as this championship game, its just proved how much that the city of Baltimore and the state of Maryland. Love pro football, just losing the Colts in 1984 and then landing a USFL franchise right after that and when the USFL goes out of business. By 1986 back in the market for an NFL franchise and then landing the CFL's Baltimore Stallions in 1994 and of course two years. Later getting the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
|Source: NBC-Deidre Hall & James Scott, on Days of Our Lives-|
As entertaining as this scene was and most of that being Deidre Hall as Dr. Marlena Evans, it's not believable and I don't mean that in a bad way. I mean think about that, Dr. Marlena Evans as a killer, the last thing doctors do is murder people. I mean that would break their hypocritical oath, wouldn't it, or Hippocratic oath, I know it is one or the other. And besides she is a baby-face killer, I mean she's too sweet to kill anyone. Women that adorable don't murder anyone, except in Hollywood, wait this is Days of Our Lives, so maybe this isn't so unbelievable. But that sort of goes to my point of why this scene is so good. Dr. Marlena Evans played by Deidre Hall, this gorgeous baby-face women, who looks 10-15 years younger than she actually is, who is better looking than Sammy who plays one of her daughters on this show. She's perfect to play a killer, because no one would believe her as a killer. There's nothing scary about her, which is why she could do it and fool everyone, because no one would expect her as the killer. Because she looks too sweet to hurt an ant.
Sid Vicious was an incredible dominant force that never quite lived up to his full potential as a pro wrestler
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Sunday, November 11, 2012
|Source: Rick Whitlow-|
I never got the point of the Coyote Ugly shots and why that is popular there and why they do that. But I do like watching sexy women lying on the bar. Sexy well-built healthy looking women and checking out their tight legs in tight jeans on the bar. And watching sexy women crawl on the bar. There’s nothing really there to try to understand. It is real obvious to see why that is sexy. Assuming you’re not blind or gay, or a combination of both. Which is really what I was focusing on here in this video and perhaps wishing I was the guy there pouring the whisky or scotch or whatever drink they used to pour into that women’s bellybutton. Because she is obviously a very attractive sexy women who looks great in tight jeans as most if not all sexy women do.
|Source: Rick Whitlow|
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
|Source: Mike Chycinski-Miranda Lambert-|
Kerosene is one of Miranda Lambert's best songs. She comes off as a bad ass country girl who has been wronged and dammed and this is her chance to get back and let that out. She's a country girl as far as culture, lifestyle and upbringing, but country girl doesn't go far enough to describe who Miranda Lambert is as a woman. I prefer to view her was a country rocker as far as her style of music. Perhaps Texas rocker would be a better label for her. Someone who combines the sounds of country with classic rock and sort of sings rock and roll, but with a Texas accent. Which gives her a very unique, diverse style that can bring in people who aren't country music fans (including yours truly) in to her and willing to give her a listen. And say, "here's a country singer who comes off as rock and roll and has a good voice, good band and her music sounds rock and roll. " Such as myself and be willing to listen to her music. And besides she's great to look at with the beautiful baby face, the great body and country girl style.
Monday, November 5, 2012
|Source: Miranda Lambert-|
Miranda Lambert is one of my favorite country girls because of her attitude and style. She's a no nonsense (to put it nicely) woman who always keeps it real and never afraid to let everyone know what she's thinking and how she's feeling. And of course her presence both physical and otherwise is impossible to ignore. She's a sexier Jessica Simpson as far as body with the great curves and perhaps just as adorable and even immature. They both have a tendency to come off as somewhat childish (to put it lightly) and their high pitch voice and baby faces, just adds to that. She's a beautiful baby-faced adorable country girl from Texas, who represents that lifestyle as well as it can be done. A skin-tight jeans and cowgirl boots girl, who loves tank tops and tight t-shirts as well. Sort of like the Daisy Duke (played by the great Catherine Bach) of the Millennial Generation. And even has a style of music that I can follow combining classic rock with her country and at the very least giving her a country rock, if not full rock sound.
Friday, November 2, 2012
|Source: Liberty Pen-|
Political correctness, at its best (not exactly a high point) is a feeling in the country that bigotry should be wrong and looked down upon. Not outlawed, but considered unacceptable to the majority of the country. That I and I believe a consensus of Americans believe in. Political correctness, at its worse, (which is as high as Mount Everest) is this feeling that we should not only say things that may offend people that so-called Progressives (Communists, really) support. But that we shouldn't be allowed to say that and there should be legal or civil sanctions that should come down upon people who offend people that so-called Progressives support.
"But, if you say offensive things about people that so-called Progressives oppose, like right-wingers, well thats just free speech. And what's the problem, because all they are saying is the truth." So its not just political correctness that can be a problem, but a double standard that can come with political correctness that can also be a problem as well.
To put it bluntly, Freedom of Speech protects the assholes as much as the enlightened. Especially when the enlightened says things about people that so-called Progressives (and I'm being nice with the word Progressives) believe deserve special protection and are part of some vulnerable class of people that government should give special treatment to. There's nothing bigoted about the truth and I would argue nothing offensive either.
The Christian-Right and Muslim-Right have one big nasty thing in common. They tend to see women and homosexuals as second-class citizens. In the women's case, people who are only on Earth to serve their men and raise their kids. In the homosexual case, people who should be in mental institutions, if not jails and in the Islamist case, people who don't even deserve to live. You can still be put to death in some parts of the Middle East simply for being gay.
So when a Liberal or Conservative or Libertarian, says that the Christian-Right and Islamists view women and gays as second-class citizens, who are they offending and where is the bigotry? If you just say that about Christian-Conservatives, you'll be viewed as a hero with the New-Left in America. And as someone with the guts to speak the truth. But if you say the same thing about Islamists, even though all you're doing is speaking the truth, you'll be viewed as a bigot.
The politically correct thing should always be the truth. And if someone is wrong, or ignorant, or even hateful, they'll be held accountable by everyone else. They won't be forced to shut up and government wont' take their platform away from them. But public opinion will sanction them and the asshole will lose supporters and perhaps their job. But they won't be thrown in jail simply for speaking their mind. That is not how a liberal free society works.