Sunday, August 1, 2010

Jersey Shore Drinking Game

With all this hype and marketing of the season premiere of the new season of Jersey Shore that debuted this past thursday, which by the way had 5.3 Million Viewers!!, I thought I chime in with my two cents and offer up the great Jersey Shore Drinking Game.

Rule #1: Anytime the word "Situation" is said.
Rule #2: Anytime there is Fist-pumping.
Rule #3: Anytime there is a reference to grenades, land mines, etc.
Rule #4: Anytime nicknames are used, snooki, snickers, sammi sweetheart, jwoww, etc.
Rule #5: Anytime a form of the word creep is said.
Rule #6: Anytime G.T.L. is said.
Rule #7: Anytime Ronnie says Bro.
Rule #8: Anytime guido/guidette is referenced.
Rule #9: When someone goes to jail.
Rule #10: Anytime Snooki gets punched in the face.

Below are some great clips of the show, check em out.

Monday, June 21, 2010

NHL Awards

With the NHL Awards Show set to take place on Wednesday, I figured I chime in with my predictions as well as who will actually win.

Vezina Award:
The winner should be, Ilya Bryzgalov because of the year he had with Phoenix. No one expected anything from them this year, they made it to a game 7 against the defending Western conference champions, and doing so without a top point getter. This team was turribly bad in the goal scoring department. Ilya was their backbone all year long.

The winner is going to be Ryan Miller because he had a hot start to the year putting his name even into the MVP discussion, but he really is going to win because he helped an underdog USA team to the silver medal, and was named MVP of the Olympic tournament. It is really stupid he is going to win for play that has no effect on NHL stats.

Frank J. Selke Award: (personally I think they should change this to the Sergei Federov Trophy, best two-way player of all time)
The winner should be, Pavel Datsyuk because he is the best two-way in the game today and has won this award several times before, but I feel this and the fact that point total has become a big factor in the award will cause Datsyuk not to win.

The winner is going to be Ryan Kesler because he is a new comer and had a big year for the Canucks, as Datsyuk didn't have as good of year as he normally does. This will weigh big on the voters minds.

Lady Bing Memorial Trophy:
The winner should be, Martin St. Louis. He should win because he doesn't take penalties and no one has a bad thing to say about him. With all the turmoil with the lightning the past two years, St. Louis definitely deserves it.

The winner is going to be Martin St. Louis because of what I just said and because of the fact Datsyuk has won the award the previous four years. It's hard to see the voters giving him the award five years in a row.

Calder Memorial Trophy:
The winner should be, Jimmy Howard because of what he did down the stretch for the Red Wings. The Red Wings were on the verge of missing the playoffs for the first time in eighteen years, but Detroit rode this rookie to a fourth place finish in the western conference finals. For this fact as well as he played college at the University of Maine he deserves to win.

The winner is going to be Tyler Myers because defensemen is the toughest position to play as a rookie in the NHL. Myers was in the the top ten in ice time and had a great plus/minus. What he did was very impressive because I know how hard it is to be a defensemen, but I am really pulling for Jimmy to win.

James Norris Trophy: (This award should be changed to the Robert Orr Award)
The winner should be, Drew Doughty. He's not going to win because he is young, I'm older than he is. His numbers are excellent for being in only his second year. He has the most hits out of these three and is easily the best defensemen in the game. He's not going to win this year, but he will win this award for probably the next 5 or 6 six years, he's that good.

The winner is going to be Duncan Keith because of his play for the Africanhawks during the postseason, which is stupid because this is a regular season award, and this is the same reason why Mike Green wont win the award. Keith had a huge postseason and easily could have won the Con Smythe award, but he will this trophy to his Stanley Cup. This award has become more of offensive numbers rather than being a true defensive player.

Jack Adams Award:
This award is the easiest to predict. The winner should be and will be Dave Tippett. This one is so simple because nothing was expected from the Coyotes this year and with all the turmoil about being bankrupt and moving to another city surrounding the team they exceeded expectations and made the playoffs as the 5th seed in the west. Dave Tippett deserves all the credit for making this team click and taking the defending western conference champions to seven games.

Hart Memorial Trophy:
The winner should be, Alexander Ovechkin His numbers this year are on par with his past two seasons as MVP of the league, and his team had the best record in the league by a huge margain, he was the best player on the best regular season team using this logic, but he wont win because a number of other Capital players had huge years including Backstrom, Theodore, and Green.

The winner will be Henrik Sedin because he had a breakout year even though his brother was out for a good portion of the year and he ended up leading the league in assists and points. No one really is a clear cut favorite, but because these were normal years for Crosby and Ovechkin, Sedin will end up getting the honor as MVP.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Lazy Sunday

I just got two things on this Sunday. (Hopefully my Celtics will pull this one out tonight.)

My boy SaidDavid is definitely a fair weather fan. He jumped on the Chicago AfricanHawks and That bitch Patrick Kane's bandwagon. However this video of Kane is awesome.

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Secondly I saw this preview for the new season of Jersey Show. Check out Pauly D and Situations part. They are comedic gold. I cant wait for Butters and I trip to Jersey Shore. We are gonna fistpump like champs, and SMUSH with some ladies.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Happy Birthday Robert Zimmerman

It came to my attention at work that today is the birthday of the one and only Bob Dylan. While some say he was not blessed with the greatest voice of all-time (I find nothing wrong with it), he is one of the greatest musicians, song writers of all the times and has been a music icon for five decades. I'll leave you with five great Dylan tunes to listen to while celebrating his birthday.

Mr. Tambourine Man

The Hurricane

The Times They Are A-Changin

Masters of War (song starts after about 50 seconds)

Bob Dylan's MASTERS of WAR

Positively 4th Street

Bob Dylan - Positively 4th Street (Live)

The last two were really hard to find original versions.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The Office Drinking Game

This might be the greatest drinking game ever. A few buddies of mine came up with this game last year in college, and I felt it necessary to post the rules to this game. It's very simple, all you have to do is drink every time one of these rules happens. If you love The Office, this game is definitely worth playing.

Rule 1: Anytime anyone looks at the camera.
Rule 2: Anytime someone does a confessional.
Rule 3: Anytime Micheal Scott makes an awkward situation.
Rule 4: Anytime Dwight says fact, question, or MICHEAL!!!
Rule 5: Anytime Jim plays a prank on Dwight.
Rule 6: Anytime Andy references Cornell, sings a song, or refers to Jim as Tuna.
Rule 7: Anytime Ryan is referred to as "The Temp".
Rule 8: Anytime Pam says "Dunder Mifflin, this is Pam" or someone mentions that she failed art school.
Rule 9: Anytime Stanley is seen doing crossword puzzles.
Rule 10: Anytime Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration is mentioned.
Rule 11: Anytime Meredith drinks or appears drunk.
Rule 12: Anytime Angela shows/talks about cats.
Rule 13: Anytime anyone mentions Oscar being gay.
Rule 14: Anytime Kevin says nice or does a pound followed by an explosion.
Rule 15: Anytime Kelly goes on a long talk and no one responds.
Rule 16: Anytime Darryl gets frustrated with Micheal.
Rule 17: Anytime Toby gets made fun of by Micheal.
Rule 18: Anytime Micheal brings up unnecessarily that he had sex with a girl.
Rule 19: Anytime Creed talks because well lets face it, Creed is awesome.
Rule 20: Anytime someone says "That's What She Said".

When Rule 20 is said, this constitutes a social and everyone must finish their drink.

Now this show is easily the best on T.V., hands down, so I thought I share some hilarious clips of my five favorite characters:

1) Andy "The Nard Dog: Bernard

2)Creed Bratton

3) Stanley Hudson

4) The Temp

5) Dwight K. Schrute

Just like to point out in no way does this website condone underage drinking and my boys actually copyrighted this game, so don't bother trying to take credit for it.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Pizza at gyms?

Said David"I go to a gym and I won't lie... I eat whatever when ever I want. People go to the gym to lose weight, put muscle on, or just to get in shape right? The gym I go to and this is not a joke.... SERVES PIZZA (all kinds of pizza) ON THE FIRST OF THE MONTH!!!! A gym to become fit and healthy puts pizza in front of you. That is not even the worst part, the pizza is free free FREE free Free spear FREEEEEEEE! This gym puts FREE all you can eat pizza in front of fat peoples faces. I have a question, Does that seem odd to anyone? Thats like a dentist saying here is all you can drink soda, it's like a doctor saying here is all you can smoke smokes. It is so funny to me and I had to share."

P.S. Twister Bobby Orr sucks and he played fo the Burins.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

A Man Who Redefined Hockey

Today is an important day for all those puckheads out there. On this day back in 1970, Robert Gordon Orr became the first defensemen to win the Art Ross Trophy as the league leader in points. Orr would go on to win another scoring title in 1975. There is always going to be someone who leads the league in points, and Gretzky lead the league almost every year it seemed like, but what Orr did was incredible. He is still to this day, the only defensemen to lead the league in points and HE DID IT TWICE!!! He revolutionized the game, he was the first guy to take the puck from his own defensive end and skate the puck up to start the rush. Now I know my buddies of mine here at the site are going to say Gretzky, Lemieux, Howe, or Sakic are the greatest hockey players ever, but THAT IS NOT TRUE. Robert Gordon Orr is in a League of his own, and this day 40 years ago helped to begin his legacy as the greatest player (skater) to ever play the game of hockey. Orr is the reason I chose to play defense. He truly was the first true offensive defensemen.