Superbowl'd. 2/2/2009
This weekend, I went to see Gran Torino, which happens to sound very much like Gran Turismo, a game where you look at fancy cars. Anyway, the movie is about a grumpy old war veteran who gets pissed at people. I really enjoyed it. After the movie, we went to a mexican place that I can't remember the name of, and then home to watch the UFC pay-per-view. Unfortunately, Insight (Kentucky equivalent of Time Warner) completely horked everything up and we experienced "digital tiling" for the entire show in between the first and last fights. The entire screen became a mess of pixelation and there was no audio. That was a great disappointment, but at least we got to see the two most important fights, and we didn't get charged. After the first fight, the madman that is Clay Guida went over a huge list of shout-outs, and I'm pretty sure one of them was to "Greg Hendricks." I really appreciate it.

Sunday was the Super Bowl, of course. I don't really care about stupid football, but Mike W. threw a party at our place, so I hung around. Usually, I just root for whichever team the most people want to lose, because I'm an antagonist like that. However, this time I actually wanted the Steelers to lose because I hate Ben Roethlisberger. It was a good time, although everyone except Lashanna got pissed at the outcome. I ate a ton of snax (with an 'x'), and now I feel crusty today as a result. Oh well. All in all, a good weekend.

3 responses to "Superbowl'd."

    2/3/2009 9:45:43 AM
Sounds like you had a good weekend. I thought Gran Turismo was a game where you race fancy cars. And I bet if you lived in Ohio you wouldn't have any problems with your cable provider.
    2/3/2009 11:47:44 AM
From what I've seen of the game, I believe you can race the cars, but the primary game mode is either taking pictures as the car drives by, or taking it to the car wash and seeing how shiny it is. And don't even get me started on Time Warner. I have nothing good to say about them.
    2/3/2009 2:28:35 PM
crusty is a good word

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