I gotta tell you, all I was doing was looking around for a memorable Mike Tyson clip.Â I was literally going to put up his fight against Michael Spinks and talk about how great he was back in the 80′s.
However, this was about a thousand times better.Â The first 15 seconds will absolutely blow you away.Â “Can I at least get laid” and “I wish one of you guys had children so I could stomp them in the f-in head and kick their testicles” are my favorites.
It’s amazing when you think back on historical events.Â I mean I was only 13 at the time these riots occurred (1992).Â What the hell was I thinking about back then?
Probably good ways to masturbate.Â But as an adult you can see how serious and how influential these events truly are.Â Funny too because I would imagine events like these are in history books.
And while little kids read about them, they didn’t experience them.Â Think about 9/11.Â Imagine….that will only be part of a book someday but those of us that experienced know how serious and historical day that was and will forever be.
I’m sure all of you know about the insanity that happens on the infield at some of your larger horse races.Â Well today we’re taking a look at the Preakness. Â I mean technically there’s no nudity here and I guess you can consider it safe for work.
But come on.Â Is this not just amazing?Â Now these girls are what I call troopers.Â Thanks for brightening my day ladies.
You have to admit, this was an amazing moment for Jack Palance and the Oscars in general.Â Although I will say it opened the door for Cuba Gooding Jr to do a backflip and go absolutely ape sh*t on stage when he won his award.
So I’m not sure if this was a good moment or bad.Â But Jack Palance, may he rest in peace certainly deserved this award for his portrayal as Curly in City Slickers.
Last night for example, it was a typical hateful start to the subway. The car was relatively crowded and people were close to touching me. I was definitely a little skiddish. However, once we stopped at 14th St Union Square (I was on my way to Canal Street), it lightened up and I was able to sit in a seat.
The best part was that I had a lot of space and no one was really sitting next to me. I had a chance to see my surroundings and look at all the people. No one really seemed like the type I’d hate, except for this guy who had a Myspace Toolbox look to him, and even he didn’t piss me off.
Why? Because I was sitting there, with a total straight face, blasting my IPod. And what tune came on? “If you Want to be my Lover” by the Spice Girls.
I just found it 100% amusing that all these people who were sitting there must have saw me and my serious face, and yet had absolutely no clue that I was listening to Spice Girls on full blast.