posted by local inebriated funny man @ 7:27 PM
For a second, I thought LIFM had some breaking news about Eastbound and Down's triumphant return to television...and then my sources informed me that Season 2 allegedy starts filming on May 10th. This morning has basically been more depressing than my saddest birthday.
I think we need to make watching Eastbound and Down a new Opening Day tradition in the vein of Major League. That's some good shit right there.
*Climbing up on the ol' Bucks bandwagon here* I guess I'll use this thread to talk about what a nice win the Bucks had last night over the Hawks. Salmons may be the most impactful, pre-deadline move for any NBA team this year as he's averaging like 19 PPG with the Bucks, and his 4th quarter performance last night was basically the only reason they won. At this rate, he could very well opt out of his $5.8 Mil player option next year...which is probably a good thing given how poorly his season started with Bulls (I have to believe the Bulls 1st Rd draft pick will be put to better use if Salmons ends up commanding a better deal).I thought for sure the way Joe Johnson was shooting the ball last night, he'd come down the court and hit the game-tying triple, but he didn't and the Bucks beat another quality opponent. With 13 games left and the Bucks seated comfortably in 5th in the East, it's pretty hard not to get excited about jumping the bandwagon at this point...looked like a nice crowd was in attendance last night, hopefully that keeps up down the stretch.
When you did steroids, did they make your balls shrink? Kenny Powers: Oh, you think that's funny? How 'bout I show you my balls right now and you can tell me if they shrunk, huh? No, for your information, I have full-size balls. Next questionMay 10th can't come soon enough.
Keith Law's take on the Shark is just hilarious:"Samardzija is trying to transition back to the rotation, but was 86-91 mph with zero life on his fastball, resulting in a pair of first-inning bombs by Jim Edmonds (not exactly a paragon of bat speed right now) and Gregg Zaun. He did show an average splitter, but a splitter is largely useless if you can't set it up first with your fastball. He remains a great athlete and in another universe, where Samardzija doesn't sign a major-league deal after a half-season in pro ball, he could have developed into a viable major league starter. I only scout this universe, though, and right now Samardzija's only benefit to the 2010 Cubs is probably in the receiving corps in their morning touch football games."
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