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Did Somebody Mention Super Bowl XLV?

January 24th, 2011 | 10 comments | Posted by Diana

Guys, I’m gonna be honest. I’ve been a quieter football fan this year.

Err, umm, I’ve had my reasons.

But…

HOLYSHITOHMYGAWWHATTHEFUDGEISTHIS
REALLYTRUEISTHISREALLYHAPPENINGARE
WEREALLYHEREAGAINMYSTEELERSARE
GOINGTOSUPERBOWL45TOFACETHEMUTHA
FUZZINPACKERSINDALLASCOULDWEPOSSIBLY
BETHEWORLDCHAMPIONSYETAGAINOMGOMG
OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!?!?!?

I am so friggin’ elated. So excited. So proud. So…

Just keep that mouth shut, Jerklisberger

…preoccupied by the shame I feel about one turd guy. UGH. How does he ruin EVERYTHING?

[National Football League: Super Bowl XLV]

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No Love For Ohno’s No-no?

March 2nd, 2010 | 2 comments | Posted by Diana

Just wondering…

OhYay

Am I the only who thinks that a YouTube video called “Apolo Ohno Crotch Shot” should have far more than 7,601 views?

Just sayin’.

[YouTube: Apolo Ohno Crotch Shot]
[via ONTD]

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AMAZIAN OF THE WEEK! Zheng Jie

July 7th, 2008 | 0 comments | Posted by Jen


Name: Zheng Jie

Hails from: China

Occupation: Tennis player

Known for: At this year’s Wimbledon, beating number one-ranked player Ana Ivanovic in a straight-set upset as a wild card-entry (24 year-old Zheng was ranked 133 in the world); becoming the only wild card in the Open era and the only Chinese woman to ever reach the semifinals (where she lost to Serena Williams); winning the 2006 Wimbledon doubles title, dazzling crowds with her gorgeous backhand, reprzenting the little people (at 5’4″) in a sport of Amazons, saving face for Chinese tennis.

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Thanks, Dajaja and Ken!

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In the Stars

October 3rd, 2007 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

An asteroid between Mars and Jupiter has been renamed 7307 Takei in honor of the actor, George Takei, by its two Japanese discoverers–also fans of Star Trek.
He seems, as expected, pretty elated:

“I am now a heavenly body,” Takei, 70, said Tuesday, laughing. “I found out about it yesterday. … I was blown away. It came out of the clear, blue sky _ just like an asteroid.”

Congratulasians, George! May you be starry forever.

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