OK kids, if you are like me, then you are more interested in the commercials than the game (although I am happy that the Giants won). Anyway, if you missed the spots (or simply want to see them again), then you came to the right place, as we have a link that can get you to all of them. Have fun!
Personally, we liked the Vampire Party, the Cheetah/Hyundai, Chevy Silverado, an the Skechers, Acura – “Seinfeld” ads. Some of the others were funny/cute, while others were just huh?
Anyway, watch and enjoy.
Like this one…
As you might expect, the happiest people in town, possibly next to City Facilities Director Michael Sawaya, who has been juggling potential training camp dates for weeks as the lockout dragged on, is the operator of local topless bars.
At Rick’s Cabaret, manager Joshua Brooks, says the Cowboys camp attracts the same demographic of young men which are their prime customers.
“Actually, the Cowboy camp is a lot better for us than most events,” Brooks told 1200 WOAI’s Michael Board. “It last for a lot longer than most events. The NBA Finals will last for three days.”
Some guys just get all the luck.
While I’m not a huge Baseball fan, this is one serious athlete.
Video after Jump. Continue reading Now THAT’s Baseball!
OK, this is just fun, and is the sort of golf shot that we all wish we could make.
Video after the jump
Continue reading Tiger Woods, eat your heart out
By now most of you folks have probably already seen this footage of the roof of Minnesota’s Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome to collapse, but we thought that we’d show it off anyway. That’s right,
A weekend snowfall of nearly two feet proved too much for the stadium, tearing its roof apart and releasing an avalanche of snow onto the field. The entire collapse was caught on the stadium’s indoor cameras.
The rescheduled game was played in Detroit. (Video after Jump.)
Continue reading Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! (Part II)
A couple of weeks ago, I ran in the Labor Day New Haven Road Race. Well, the results are in, and I have appeared to have done somewhat better than I did last year (time-wise).
The first image is a comparison of my stats from last year to this year. As you can see, I did do better this year. You’ll see a difference between “actual” time and “net” time. That is because each runner wears a little tab with a small chip on it that tracks when you cross the start line and when you cross the finish line (hence “net” time).
So, anyway. here’s my time, and well, there’s me crossing the finish line (in a couple of different shots), oh yeah, I have my head down because I’m in witness protection, and don’t want anyone to see me.
Pretty cool, eh?
Now that official there are photos online, I’d thought I’d share them with you.