Inching towards mediocrity.

Droppin’ in. (Now with 36% more…”is that who I think it was?”)

It’s always fun when a familiar face shows up in a movie you’re watching. Sometimes it adds to the madness; sometimes it’s distracting. Other times, it can be a breath of fresh air in an otherwise stale film.

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Songs that suck. (Now with 61% more artists I hate!)

Time to get a little bit pissy.

Here, for your viewing pleasure, is the Top Ten Worst Songs EVER.

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Jackasswards. (Now with 30% more torture!)


“24” is great television. It’s ridiculous, contrived, right-leaning torture porn, but it is GREAT TELEVISION. I stand behind that.

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The Magnificent Seven Continues. (Now with 0% of “The Magnificent Seven!”)


Yesterday I began a list of my personal favorite Westerns of all time. Today, I return to finish the job – once and for all.

First, though, a quick recap. Here’s the first four entries on the list, numbered seven to four:

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Escape from New York. (Now with slightly less of a chance of the Angels not making it to the World Series!)

american league championship seriesWell.

It seems that reports of the Angel’s loss were greatly exaggerated.

My god, what a game THAT was!

The Angels managed to battle their way back from the brink at the last moment, toppling the Yankees 7-6 last night in Los Angeles. It was an epic battle, with the Angels leading for most of the game until the sixth inning – when ace John Lackey loaded the bases, and then the Yankees hammered the bullpen for six runs, giving them a 6-4 lead.

Luckily, the Angels rallied in their half of the seventh inning, chasing away Yankee ace (and former Blue Jay) A.J. Burnett, to seal the game at 7-6.

Now it’s on to Game 6 in the Bronx…if the Yankees win this game, they’ll be heading to the World Series – and celebrating this accomplishment on their own turf.

If not, it’s on to a final showdown for the American League in Game 7. Even disregarding my hatred for the Yankees, I still hope it makes it that far. I want to see the Angels win, sure, but I’d REALLY like to see some exciting baseball.

Let’s go Angels!