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The Most WON-DER-FUL TIME of the Year

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

I should have some new election analysis up in the next couple of days.

In the meantime, I just wanted to celebrate the beginning of college football season (tonight) and the official kickoff of election season (this weekend).

My team can’t go to a bowl this year because of NCAA sanctions, and my party could be facing a historic drubbing in the elections, but as Aerosmith said, “life’s a journey, not a destination.”

Did I really just quote Aerosmith? The excitement must be getting to me.

Anyway, looking forward to the journey. As always, we live in interesting times.

Here’s hopin the Trojans come out with a chip on their shoulders tonight against Hawaii and keep up the intensity for the year.

Here’s hopin the Democrats can at least minimize their losses this year and not give the “Party of No” too much power. Maybe just enough rope to hang themselves.

Fight On!

Milazz

Artest Post Game

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Ron Artest drove Laker’s fans crazy during the finals with his poor 3 point shooting and bad offensive decisions, but he came up big in Game 7, and it’s hard to stay mad at a guy who gives such an entertaining post-game interview. Not to mention thanking his psychiatrist in his on-court interview.

Back to Back Champs

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Watched Game 7 in a rowdy SF bar that was about 30% Celtics fans, 30% Laker’s Haters and 40% Laker’s Fans.

Didn’t think they were gonna pull it off, but the Celtics wilted in the 4th Quarter, the Lakers came up big, and they’re back to back champs again.

Amazing Series. Kobe was the man as usual, but when Kobe couldn’t step up, there was always someone to pick up the slack. D Fish with an amazing 4th Quarter in Game 3, “The Spaniard,” as Kobe calls him, in Game 7. Artest, who–every time he pulled up to shoot that 3–I screamed “No!!!”, but who played great defense against Pierce and had a clutch 3 at the end of Game 7. All of the Laker’s bigs that kept them in games with their rebounding.

Congrats to the Lakers for doin’ it again.

Hopefully the Zen Master comes back for his 4th ThreePeat next year. 

The Spaniard and Bynum