Monday, November 07, 2005

At least he didn't bite anyone's ear off

If you want to watch something funny, but might also scar your brain for all eternity, here is a video of Mike Tyson and Bobby Brown singing "Monster Mash. It was on Jimmy Kimmell's show, which I don't particularly like, but by totally confusing me with this, he may have redeemed himself a little in my book. Tyson has never been all there, but he's on another planet now.

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Craig's List highlight of the day (from Baltimore):

Dear Husband,
I am merely warning you in advance. I am going to poison your dog and you know why.

Also regarding Craig's List, the Indianapolis version is severely lacking in terms of interesting/entertaining/useful content versus other cities. It's pretty disappointing because it can be a really good service when it is utilized right.

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Since when do tornadoes strike in the middle of the night in November? Deadliest tornado to hit Indiana in 30 years? Those people had no way of knowing what was coming. It was 2 a.m., and they were asleep. The only way they could have known was if they woke up because of the thunder and turned on the TV. Tornadoes, in general, are scary, but at night are moreso. Not only that, but this story says the funnel cloud was a quarter-mile wide. That's gigantic. There's only one other time I remember tornadoes in November here, and that was 10 years ago or so, but it was during the day when it was warmer.

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Prediction: Terrell Owens will (sometime) either end up with the Raiders...or the Colts. The Raiders tend to take on strange personalities (although I doubt they would because Terrell Owens + Randy Moss = Giant Hilarious Explosion), and Peyton Manning is probably the only quarterback in the league who could maybe, possibly keep him under control. Manning has a bigger profile than Owens, too. Plus, Tony Dungy wouldn't take any of his crap. Although, of course, Owens would probably start complaining that Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne are thrown too many passes and Edgerrin James gets too many carries. That would be dangerous. I hope they don't.

And the Colts play the Patriots tonight. It would be a good time for the Colts to finally win there.

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Too bad you're all asleep right now, but it is amazing outside. It's 38 degrees, foggy and the sky is perfectly clear. When you breathe, you can see your breath float up and up and up until it disappears into the fog and the sky. Fog is my favorite weather condition. It's not fun to drive through, but walking through it is one of my favorite things. Especially when it's really thick, it's like you're walking through the clouds.


Blogger Lucas Sayre said...

The Colts will beat the Pats by 10 points or more.

9:16 AM  
Blogger Daniel Bradley said...

From Laura Eley, who couldn't remember her password:

What the crap?! is that the longest blog post ever? I don't know, I didn't read it. But what can you tell me about myspace? does anyone use that after high school? is it an effecient tool for stalking your enemies, and others who drive you nuts? And how are you all tonight? It's been too long. we should have a barbeque.

12:12 AM  
Blogger Daniel Bradley said...

Luke, you were right. There are few times that I have ever been happier someone has been right. Nothing like hearing the Patriots fans booing and leaving early.

2:08 AM  
Blogger Daniel Bradley said...

Laura, 1) We need a barbeque. I might be going on vacation to Denver and places west next summer, so if you're going to be around, let's plan on a barbeque. It's been several months, and I need someone to put me in my place while standing around on furniture. You were always pretty good at that. 2) It is pretty long, but I write until I stop being amused/interested by stuff I find. There's a lot of it out there in the middle of the night. 3) Myspace is weird. It's becoming a little too pornish in some ways. Some good can come out of it, as in finding your old high school people, but mostly, it's weird. I'm sure it would work for stalking your enemies if that's what you want it for, though. 4) I am OK. Tired, but OK. I haven't lost my sanity yet. Close a time or two, but it's still there.

2:08 AM  
Blogger Lucas Sayre said...

I read Bradley's posts, even if they are long, because I have an attention span greater than that of a gnat (though not much greater). :-)

Oh, and Myspace is Microsoft junk, so I wouldn't advise it.

8:29 AM  

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