Saturday, July 12, 2008
Friday, July 11, 2008
Meanwhile, pain in the ass Brett Favre is completely on my nerves. First he tearfully retires and gets more news coverage than the Kennedy assassination. Now, he's full of remorse and wants to get his old job back, asking the Packers to grant him his release. There's one problem - once a guy retires he has to petition the league for reinstatement. You can't fire me, I quit. You can't quit. You're fired. Make up your mind, old man. He turned on the tear machine and blubbered like a baby when he announced his retirement. Now he wants a Mulligan. I thought (hoped) we had heard the last of this anointed God of football. Now, it's starting all over again. Anyone wonder why I like women's golf so much?
If you're looking for another cool blog (notice how I said another?) Here's one, called Indexed, where Jessica Hagy takes ordinary events and makes up little graphs and pie charts. There's virtually no mention of the LPGA, but you might like it anyway.
NEW YORK - 59-year-old home health aide Linda Holley of The Bronx won a $19 million Lotto jackpot in May. "I thank the Lord for allowing me to win this," she said. New York state Lottery spokeswoman Carolyn Hapeman said that about $70 million in prize money goes unclaimed annually.