Thursday, April 26, 2012
I recently had a conversation with Frank Sinatra (not that one, different guy...unrelated). He asked me why I didn't draw more pictures of giant albino barbarian monsters who were also ninjas. I racked my brain for over 3 seconds, but could not give him a good answer. He said since next week was Albinabarian Week, now was as good of a time as ever. Naturally, I agreed.
I realize that a giant albino barbarian monster who is also a ninja is such a genius idea, it will no doubt be turned into a full-length animated feature. Pixar will probably change his name to Darryl, or something ironically funny like that, and it will crush the box office. HBO will begin looking at ways to incorporate an albino barbarian monster who is also a ninja into Game of Thrones. It will be a much grittier character, thus eliminating Darryl as a name choice. Casting will search high and far, and will probably decide on John C. Reilly in a fat suit. All these things will happen and people will make millions of money. But I just want you to remember where you heard it, and with your own 2 eyeballs saw it, first. And if you say it's really Frank Sinatra's idea, I will punch you.
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
What do Kentucky and Oak Hill have in common? Rajon Rondo, you say?? Rolling pastures with not a ton to do, you guess?? Maybe a Doron Lamb or a Jules Camara?? All of those options may be correct, but the answer we were looking for is actually the number 8. Both schools now have eight national championships. And if you couldn't get that right, you should really re-evaluate things. I mean, that's the title of the post. And it's written in giant yellow letters on both posters. C'mon people, gotta keep it smart.
Note: Kentucky, would have made you a special commemorative poster as well, but I don't know anyone on your staff. My time is valuable. Will reconsider however, should you choose to send me some Nike gear. I urge you to do so.
Note No. 2: Congrats to my boy Bur. Everyone laughed when you said you wanted another ring to go with the one you won as a player. They said it couldn't be done. They said your fingers were too fat. Well, you proved them wrong again. Ring measurement time at The Hill. Well done, sir.