Friday, May 1, 2009


Before we get to today's links I just wanted to wish you all a Happy Holiday!

What Holiday is it? Why it's National Scrapbooking Day!

See, this is what happens when you get married. You learn these kinds of things.

The Links

-Chris B. sent us in a couple of dandy's today. I'm not sure if any of you have read the Club Trillion blog by Ohio State basketball "player" Mark Titus, but it's a classic. After declaring himself eligible for the 2009 NBA Draft, Titus has been forced to withdraw his name. This has, of course, drawn some national attention. If you have the time I highly recommend going to Club Trillion and surfing through the archives. Great way to kill some time at work today.


-What an unbelievable game last night in Chicago. The Bulls defeated the Celtics in triple overtime 128-127. You know it's a good NBA game when my wife sat through the 4th quarter, and 3 overtimes without throwing the remote at me and asking me to change it to Jon and Kate Plus 8.

-Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson both had great first rounds at the Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte. Both are making their first appearance since the Masters 3 weeks ago. This could lead to some exciting golf on TV over the weekend.


-Headed to the movies this weekend? X-Men: Wolverine hits the big screen this weekend, but according to Entertainment Weekly, you might be better off saving your money.

-Early leader in the clubhouse for Sunday Morning Movie Madness this week is The Soloist. Has anyone seen this? Is it worth the time to go and watch? Feel free to leave a comment.

-Big ups to Bill Bellamy for being elected to the Rock 'N' Jock Basketball Hall of Fame. If you didn't watch those games back in the day on MTV and wonder if you could make a 50-point basket, I say you're crazy.


-Supreme Court Justice, David Souter plans to retire when the court recesses in June. Souter was named to the nation's highest court in 1990 by then President George H.W. Bush. I guess that means another job opening which can only be a good thing in today's economy.

-Hey, here's a shocker. The popular diet pill, Hydroxycut, has been recalled by the FDA after reports of liver damage. Man, I thought for sure that just taking a pill and not changing any diet or workout habits was our country's cure to obesity. What a joke.

Be sure to check back later today for the Moron of the Week.

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