The Spider-Man 3 trailer is up. Blah, blah, blah, black costume, blah, blah, blah, Gwen Stacey. Who cares? All I know is Sandman is in it. That’s reason enough to go see it.
Sadly, my full-sized Ghana flag must come down from the car.
Stupid Brazil. Think they’re so big…
Well, so far I picked the right team to back:
And I’m off for the weekend. Talk to y’all when I get back.
Awesome, I think I just found my new career.
The 1980′s pop group Culture Club is looking to reform
but without Boy George, who’s too busy deejaying and getting arrested. Instead the band will search for male and female singers to take over the role.
By coincidence, today marked the 24th anniversary of the day some guy, wearing aviators, a satin baseball jacket, and feathered back hair, flipped through a Cream magazine and declared, “Boy George? More like Girl George to me!”
I don’t know about this. Culture Club without Boy George is like the Eurythmics without Annie Lennox. Or INXS without Michael Hutchence.
Have to go work on my audition tape now.
I hereby declare that Pat Hanlon is this summer’s breakout reality TV star. Or perhaps just his magnificent mullet is the star.
He’s a contestant in Treasure Hunters, NBC’s ‘The Amazing Race Meets Dan Brown’ attempt at a summer reality show. The show itself warrants a B- but the Hanlons are just fun to watch. Unlike other teams who attire themselves themselves in Gore-Tex, the Hanlons show up head to toe in their deer-hunting camouflage. You can sort of tell by looking at them that they know how to handle a cross-bow.
Because they’re from Texas, all activities must be conducted, as Pat declares, “Texas style!” At Mt. Rushmore, Pat searches for clues in random piles of leaves and, at one point, by digging through a garbage can, Texas style, and finding a crumpled up sticker of an American flag.
‘Hey guys!’ He declares, Texas style,’This could be a clue!’
Also, the ladies love Wild Pat Hanlon. One of the women from Team Miss USA declared her love of his mullet.
“I think it’s sexy.” she said. “I want to touch it.”
The show, which incorporates bits of history for its clues, eventually moves on to Paris and London. I’m hoping the Hanlons make it far enough to treat viewers to the sight of them running down the Parisian streets in hunting camouflage.