Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Fake Megan- Is she still with the DJ guy from the original 90210? Fake Britney- After seeing her nude, ah, new video the other day, why the hell not, she's got the body back.
Monday, October 20, 2008
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Thursday, October 9, 2008
9. Catching an opponents home run ball. If said event should happen, you, as the catcher of the ball, must automatically rifle it back onto the field. Unless, of course, it is, say, Alex Rodriguez's 800th. Then you need to find security for an escort out of the ball park.
8. The "Hack 191" flag on the roof of Wrigley is there for us to remember the summer of 1930 when Hack Wilson chased 191 players off the bases to score. A record that still stands today. And as I think about it, I'm not too certain the Cubs have scored 191 runs in the combined summers since 1930.
7. The last pitcher to toss a "No-No" for the Cubs was Milt Pappas. He tossed his gem against the San Diego Padres on Sept. 2, 1972. He was just one strike away from throwing a perfect game but Pappas walked Larry Stahl on a 3-2 pitch.
6. The some-bitchin' umpire who called that strike a ball was Bruce Froemming. Blah.
5. The best fit to throw to get tossed from a Cubs game is to kick dirt at an umpire, throw your hat into left field and kick even more dirt at same said umpire. Just like "Sweet Lou" did in '07.
4. The some-bitchin' umpire who said that #5 was a terrible display of disrespect for the game of baseball was, again, Bruce Fucking Froemming! Double blah!!
3. The greatest pitching duel to date at Wrigley was on May 2, 1917 when Jim Vaughn threw heat all day for the Cubbies and Fred Toney, the same, for the Reds. Both pitchers, er, both men, er, both Greek Gods even, threw no hitters into the 10th inning. The double no-no ended when Jim Thorpe belted in the only run of the game to hand the Cubs another loss and Toney the jewel.
2. There is no way possible to claim the greatest moment at Wrigley because there are far too many options here. It should just be called a tie between: Ruth's called shot in Game 3 of the '32 Series, Wood's 20 K's in '98, Sosa's 60 dingers in '98, '99 and '01 and Rose's 4,191st hit*. (I ain't gonna penalize the cat for betting on the game, those bets didn't make him hit the fuckin' ball any better.)
1. The numbers: 10, 14, 23, 26 and 42.
*Santo, Banks, Sandberg, Williams, Robinson
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Thursday, August 28, 2008
Jay, if you need help with the job hunt, these following suggestions may be of some help, pal.
With his resignation letter to the Chicago Sun-Times on August 26, 2008, Mariotti declared that newspapers are dinosaurs and that his future lies within web sites. Perhaps he will become the new editor for mr.skin or something along those lines.
Fearing for his safety, as usual, Mariotti will develop a personal protection device made of wood that will stand three feet tall, have several compartments for storage, four legs and hide behind it on a regular basis. Months after he reveals the invention, it will be brought to his attention that "the desk" has been in the public eye for decades.
Mariotti will become a journalism instructor for Tiny Little Town Junior College in Beezle Bump, Somewhere. On the first day of class, he will hand out an article in which he tells his students he hopes that they will someday write with the greatness he did in the piece distributed to all. When the class meets the following week, the article is handed back to him by one student that has circled all of the "I"s, "me"s and "my"s. After counting the circles, the total is 142. Much like a fellow journalist at the Rocky Mountain News did with a column he wrote while writing for them.
It also states on, armchairgm, that on June 22, 2003, Mariotti threatened Rick Telander of the Sun-Times, an ex-Northwestern footballer who was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs, by saying, "I would love to punch you", during a game between the Cubs and the White Sox. Telander responded with, "That would be the saddest day of your life," and Chris De Luca, also of the same paper, separated them. Jay, you want to throw hands? I'm pretty sure Kimbo Slice is looking for his next opponent.
It is a civil right to have freedom of speech. Perhaps Mariotti doesn't believe in this freedom. Though the original has been taken down, Mariotti once "personally begged [Wikipedia]" to "shut down" an entry about him and they did. But our boys over at http://deadspin.com/ had this link, armchairgm, or even, wikipedia, that looks an awful lot like what Jay may have begged to be taken down.
Maybe Jay should have been using one on this day when he wrote an entire column about something that he thought he heard Rex Grossman say.
In the October 2006 edition of Chicago Magazine, Mariotti told interviewer Dirk Johnson how he felt about the feelings of other Chicago sports journalists toward him: "take your shots at me, all you're doing is making me more famous." Man, if somebody would have told me that my being a dick all the time could make me famous I'd have started being one a whole lot sooner than I did.
While Jay worked for the Rocky Mountain News, he called Broncos QB John Elway "a greedy and scared punk." All this did was piss off a bunch of Broncos fans that retaliated with promises of death for poor lil' Jay.
The way I look at it, if Mariotti isn't going to be making the money that he was to make until 2011 by the Sun-Times, maybe they can work out a deal with, I don't know, TTCS founders for more money? Didn't think so.
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Thursday, July 10, 2008
I'm sure that most have either heard about or seen the skit done, and repeated, by Conan O'Brien on his show, "In the year 2000." If you've got better things to do at 11:30 p.m., central standard time of course, or have lived on the moon these past eight years, I understand if you haven't. It's just a list of things that Conan is predicting for the year 2000. Oddly enough, it is 2008, and he is still saying, "In the year 2000." Whatever, it's his show and can run it anyway he seems fit. These are my predictions "For the year 2008."
10. After slumping New York Yankees pitcher Kyle Farnsworth intentionally throws at the head of Boston Redsox Manny Ramirez, a bench clearing brawl insues with all players, coaches and managers involved. Julio Lugo bashes LaTroy Hawkins with a water cooler. Coco Crisp is clubbed with a 34-inch bat by Alex Rodriguez. And Johnny Damon and Derek Jeter, both of the Yankees, fight each other for their lifestyle choices: getting married vs. staying single. Farnsworth and Ramirez stand by and watch.
IN THE YEAR 2000
9. An undiscoled amount of syringes, needles and pills are found in the basement of a suburban San Fransico womans home. The woman tells officers at the scene that "a very large fellow asked me to store his belongings" in the basement because he was going to be leaving the city for a period of time. If he was leaving the country was unclear, but the woman stated that the man said something about "Not going to Cooperstown unless he got some things cleaned up."
IN THE YEAR 2000
8. Chicago Whitesox fans finally realize that the last time they won a World Series was three seasons ago and move on with their lives and stop saying, "Oh yeah, well when was the last time your Cubs won a series?" to try and make whatever point they're trying to make more meaningful.
IN THE YEAR 2000
7. Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi compete once again. They play as doubles and take on Ana Ivanovic and Maria Sharapova. After winning the first set, Agassi becomes angry at Sampras, stating that he's got a better view of Ivanovic's and Sharapova's asses then he does.
IN THE YEAR 2000
6. Julio Franco, 49-years old, finally retires from major league baseball. A week later, substantial evidence is provided to the main offices of MLB and is determined by the league commisioner that Franco is actually 87-years old and has been using HGH and other undisclosed narcotics to defy the aging process for the last 50 years.
IN THE YEAR 2000
5. Glen Allen Hill's home run ball that was hit onto the roof top of a building across the street from Wrigley Field on May 11, 2000, makes its way onto the infield grass of Wrigley. Nobody knows where it comes from, it just appears. The guy who caught the ball atop that five story building on the other side of Waveland said that he threw it back 10-seconds after catching it. All this proves is that there is indeed, a space time continum.
IN THE YEAR 2000
4. The cloning process of humans is finally completed and made possible to the general public. Immediately, owners of clubs across the land clone the best players of all time for their respected franchises. The Bears clone Payton. The Whitesox clone Fisk. The Cubs clone Sandberg. The Hawks clone Chellios. The Bulls clone Jordan. And in true cloning fashion, he still can't play baseball.
IN THE YEAR 2000
3. The Blackhawks Ice Crew is offered the opportunity to be in Playboy. Immediately after winning the "Ice Girl Challenge" for the sexiest ice girls for teams in the NHL, all 139 hockey fans across the nation pre-order a copy for themselves. Playboy founder Hugh Hefner declares bankruptcy after publication, citing that he put almost everything he had into the issue he was sure would be the publications #1 all time seller because of one of the Blackhawk rookie ice crew members. But he didn't realize that nobody really watches the game.
IN THE YEAR 2000
2. After a woman is put in office to govern the nation, either as President or Vice, women are urged to play for the NFL and make it a friendlier game. After almost scoring a touchdown on her first play from scrimmage, the lone female in football quits because her cleats dont compliment her eyes.
IN THE YEAR 2000
1. After 100-years of disappointing seasons and failed voyages to the promised land, the Chicago Cubs finally win the World Series. To show appreciation to the faithful, Tribune Company owner Sam Zell declares that he will change the name of Wrigley Field to "The Zell". He then takes all credit for the team winning the series. Civil protest breaks out and the entire portion of Chicago, north of Roosevelt road, breaks free from the rest of Chicago and declares itself the "City of Wrigley." They elect Ryan Sandberg mayor and send out a group of mercenary's for Zell himself. After finding him they dip him in concrete and place the statue next to Harry Carry at Addison and Waveland. If you look at it the right way, in the right sun, you see Caray bitch slapping Zell.
In the year 2000.
Thursday, June 26, 2008
9. Going Yard
8. Getting On
7. Gotta Score
6. Swinging the Stick
5. You Closing Your Eyes?
4. Gettin' On
3. Keepin' it Simple
2. Sweet Home Chicago
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Now that we've the topic in mind, these are the Top Ten Sports Bars in Wrigley to celebrate a Cubbie victory or, I've got to be honest with this, drown the tears of a loss.
(And yes, I know that this will read like an advertisement for these places, but it's not. And if Dub's can promote his hobby on Vineline in each of his posts here, well, I can do the same thing.)
10. The Dugout-950 W. Addison St.
This is the closest bar to the Friendly Confines on this list. It is,literally, a hop, skip and jump away from the home of the Lovable Losers. But that name might change at seasons end. Anyway, this whole in the wall can make for a pretty good time. Sit at the bar and checkout the baseball cards set beneath the spot to rest your beer or watch the game on their plasmas. Scarf down a pretzel with cheese or a plate of nachos. But I warn you, if you're there on a day they are holding a hot dog eating competition, stay outta the way of the competitors, they can get a little unruly.
9. Cubby Bear- 1059 W. Addison St.
Right out the front door of the ball park. O.K. I rescind #10. This might be the closest bar to Wrigley. The 30,000 square feet of space this place is made of is packed tighter than a HEY...KEEP IT CLEAN. Sorry about that. The place is always full after games and rivals with Murphy's for most famous bar to drink at after a Cubs win. You might find a live band rockin' out or a DJ spinning some of today's best.
8. Red Ivy- 3525 N. Clark St.
A relative new comer to the area, Red Ivy is more of an upscale sports bar than the others on this list. It surely is a sports fan bar though. Within the 6,000 feet of drinking and dining space there are seven 42-inch plasmas, three 60-inchers and one giant 90-inch projection t.v. to catchall of the action. Oh yeah, they also have t.v.'s in the bathroom so when you're draining the lizard, you won't miss Ted Lilly's heater to the chin of any White Sox player.
7. Vines on Clark- 3554 N. Clark St.
The kid brother bar to its neighbor to the North, Vines is brought to Cubs fans from the same guys who do Cubby Bear. This place is where you need to be if you want to drink outside. A huge street level beer garden, an open aired patio and a roof top bar/deck can fill the need for sun and drink.
6. Houndstooth- 3438 N. Clark St.
To some, this may not qualify as a sports bar. But anyplace that gives mad cred to Bear Bryant qualifies as a sports joint to me. The Southern feel to this place will comfort you and the Southern style food made in the kitchen will bring you back again and again. Or maybe it will just be the fine drinks whipped up for you by the cute bartender (Lacey) wearing a jean skirt and cowboy boots. I'll leave that for you to decide.
5. Murphy's Bleachers- 3655 N. Sheffield Ave.
Murphy's bleeds Cubbie love. And so do the fans that pack this place to the ceiling before, during and after every home game. It's a big sized place with open-air for all to enjoy. Try the homemade soup of the day or the chili while sitting atop their roof trying to steal a peak of the game across the street.
4. Bernies- 3664 N. Clark St.
Season ticket holders, a few announcers and even a couple two-tree players frequent this pub before and after the games. This place is so Cubs driven, the regulars set up trips to spring training out in Mesa each year. Sip up some suds in the bar or out in the back in their beer garden while enjoying a nice friendly game of Corn Hole/Bean Bags. Why can't we all decide on just one name for this damn game?
3. Sluggers- 3540 N. Clark St.
Sluggers has been described by some as being a "neighborhood sports baron steroids." And I'm pretty sure I'd agree with that. You can drink and dance 'till ya puke on the first floor, atop one of the dueling pianos if you wish, and try your luck at hitting a heater in the second floor batting cages until 3 AM on Saturdays. Or you can drop coins to play video games, pool or mini-bowling. It's kinda like a Chuck E. Cheese for 21-26 year old kids.
2. Mullens- 3527 N. Clark St.
Doesn't matter if it's Matty or Karl behind the bar, Mullens is the place for Cubs fans to belly up to the bar and enjoy a cold one after a game and eat some good 'ol pub grub. TRY THE WINGS!!! From throwing darts to having a quick 18 on the course (I can't remember what that friggin' golf game in bars is called for some reason), the fun that happens in this pub, named after Jim Mullen-a Chicago police officer wounded by gunfire, is worth waiting in line for. Slip JP a fiver and you might have a quicker entrance.
1. Merkles-3516 N. Clark St.
Opened in December '04, in the old Billy Goat Tavern. This place has it all, food, drinks and women. What else is needed to celebrate kicking the shit outta the White Sux, er, White Sox? "Big D's" homemade burgers, zesty wings and, quite possibly, the best tasting chicken sandwich on the street, will have you returning every time the Cubs are playing at home. Everybody, and I do mean EVERYBODY, who steps into this place will leave feeling a little bit better about their day. If it isn't the women (Amy, Courtney, Shannon, Shauna, Megan, Lauren) delivering trays of "Bootie Call" fish bowls or the talented women (Mary Beth, Beth) pouring drinks from behind the bar, it might be the voice of Chris Buehrle singing from the front window or the guys in the back blasting critters on the hunting game. (And now I've lost memory of this friggin' game.)
Thursday, June 12, 2008
1. Apologize to all the faithful whom have always believed that "this year, is gonna be our year." And to those who've never thought of changing their hearts for any other team. And to the one who used to watch day baseball every day from her living room in Joliet as she told me that the Cubs would win it all someday. And when that day did come, I was to celebrate for her, because she knew that she wouldn't be around to see it. (We'll get it for ya' Grandma.)
2. Have all Cubs fans to declare openly, and proudly, that we, the people, whom bleed Cubbie blue and cry Old Style tears, will stand by our Cubbies through thick and thin, through good times and bad, and wait patiently for the celebration to begin. And when it does, we the people, are to scream from the bar tops of Wrigley with uncontainable glory, and cry with happiness as the 27th out is made during game seven of the World Series and to drink until we can't possibly consume one more drop of beer five days after the season has ended. And when the celebration is done, to go and visit, with plenty of more cold beer of course, our good friend who rests at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois.
Because if it wasn't for our old pal Harry, we would have never believed so long that the Cubbies were gonna win it someday. And we would have never heard him confuse players names like "Jim Sandberg", "Ryne Sanderson" or "Scott Sundberg", like he did during the '87 season when Ryne Sandberg, Jim Sundberg and Scott Sanderson were all proudly on the roster. Nor would we have ever heard the man, who loved unusual names, try to pronounce names backwards.
Harry, this one's for you, bud.
10. “You know they're not going to lose 162 consecutive games.”
And, well, Harry was right. Sure, the club he joined after the 1984 season, the year the Cubs had only won 38 games, had a lot of work to do to improve, but he knew it wouldn't get worse than that year.
9. "Aw, how could he (Jorge Orta) lose the ball in the sun, he's from Mexico."
Never known to be very P.C. when broadcasting, Harry told it how it was. If somebody would make comments like he used to on the radio today, they would probably be the last thing that person ever said on the air. Imagine: "And here comes the grounds crew out to cover the field with the tarp, we'll be under delay now. And, ya know Len, I'm glad these guys are getting onto the field now, laying the tarp. I mean, after they realized that they couldn't cut it as players, at least they can get on the field this way and help them to live up to their dream."
8. "I've only been doing this fifty-four years. With a little experience, I might get better."
From '45-'69, Caray called games for the St. Louis Cardinals, spent one year with the Oakland Athletics, 16-years with the White Sox and 15 with the Cubs. He also called games for Missouri Tigers football, St. Louis University-Billiken basketball, the Boston Celtics and St. Louis Hawks Basketball teams and three Cotton Bowls. Yeah Harry, you could of used just a bit more practice.
7. "Oh, I get a little tired now and then, but knowing my lifestyle, that's only natural."
Harry was 83-years old when he left us. But not for a minute, did he ever let his age take
issue with his love for a good time. If it was sipping cold ones in the booth, or stripping down
to his shorts to beat the heat, Harry was always there to give us, the fans, everything he could.
6. "They (Expos fans) discovered 'boo' is pronounced the same in French as it is in English."
He was always a joker. He looked at baseball, and he saw a game. It was something that
people could go out to enjoy and have a good time. It wasn't anything more to him.
5. "This has been the remarkable thing about the fans in Chicago, they keep drawing an average of a million-three a year, and, when the season's over and they've won their usual seventy-one games, you feel that those fans deserve a medal."
He was always so worried if the fans were having a good time or not. If the stands had 1,386 people sitting in 'em, drinking piss warm beer and eating hot dogs with ketchup and his Cubs were leading 17-2 or the place was packed, all the beer consumed and not a single dog left in the place and we were losing 10-3, as long as the fans were having a good time, Harry was happy.
4. "I figure I had no business being here this long anyway, so what do you care how old I am? I've been on borrowed time for years. You know my old saying: live it up, the meter's running. I've always said that if you don't have fun while you're here, then it's your fault. You only get to do this once."
Maybe just the best bit of advice anybody could give, and or, receive.
3. "Booze, broads, and bullshit. If you got all that, what else do you need?"
-Booze? With all the bars around the Friendly Confines, booze is taken care of.
-Broads? Have you seen the competition that the Sun-Times is holding to decide which team has the best looking female fans? Broads are taken care of as well.
-Bullshit? It's been 100 long and tiring years with morons running the team, from both the field and the front offices. We got plenty of bullshit.
2. "When I die, I hope they don't cremate me 'cuz I'll burn forever.”
Sadly, in a restaurant in Palm Springs, enjoying a meal with his wife Dutchie for Valentine's Day,
Harry had a heart attack. He was rushed to the hospital but never regained consciousness and died four days later.
1. "I knew the profanity used up and down my street would not go over the air...So I trained myself to say 'Holy Cow' instead.”
If this were truly the case, which I'm sure it was, Harry would have swore alot. It seemed that every time he spoke, there was at least one "Holy Cow" in every phrase.
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
A: Wrestling is a sport in which two unarmed opponents grapple with one another and try to secure a fall, i.e., cause the opponent to lose balance and fall to the mat, and ultimately pin the supine opponent's shoulders to it, through the use of body grips, strength, and adroitness.
B: A fake sport on television, loaded with monstrous men and scantly clad women, who are more often than not, complete knock-outs. The women not the men.
C: When two guys wear tight outfits and touch each other as they roll around on the floor for all to observe.
If you chose C, you don't know shit. If you're answer was B, well, you're kinda right but not totally. And if you chose A, congrats, you just won a button.
Dan Gable is the man who, still to this day, is the best wrestler and/or wrestling coach ever to step onto a mat. And these just may be the ten reasons why he was so damn good.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Once upon a time, when I wasn't too busy ruining the credibility of this sport blog, (Thanx anonymous guy who comments on my Friday lists) that is done by a group of guys who "have no credibility" (thanx Giangreco), I wanted to be a bowler. As a kid, I was alright. As a teen, I was a lil' better. And now as an adult, the only thing I worry about while bowling is where I parked my car and who it is that's with my ex a couple two-tree lanes down. But if I were "the Dude", I wouldn't have a care in the World, now would I? And to have everything in my life to be so understandable, with people always there to help me up when I fall and guide me in the right direction wouldn't be too bad of a thing either. Perhaps this film is more than a funny movie about a Dude and his rug, but instead, how to live a life? And for those of you who can't, won't or don't accept the fact that bowling is a sport, well, I'll let Walter deal with you later. My Top Ten moments of The Big Lebowski.
10. Every Dude
Dude, could you only imagine how, like, easy it would be, dude, to call everybody that you knew dude? Dude, you would never have a problem with remembering any dude's name, dude. It, would be awesome, dude.
9. The scary guy everybody wonders about.
You've all seen him. That one cat who everybody is scared to talk to because he appears to be a little different. Or a lot different. and then it's a good thing you didn't talk to him.
8.The friends who are always there for you.
We've all got these guys. The ones who'll bust your ass every chance the get, but when it really comes down to it, they'll be the guy who is standing right next to your ass before a fight breaks out.
7.The guy who thinks he's better than you.
Come on, no matter how good we were, or still are, at anything, there always will be that one douche bag who feels that he is better than you on his worst day. Cock suckers.
6.Everybody has those weird feelings
The weird feelings that somebody is watching you, or following you through the store or some other crazy shit like that. No, Danny, not the weird feeling you get when you see me eating peanuts in the shell.
5.That hot girl
You've all seen her. That smoking hot beauty waiting in line in front of you at the store. Or in the car next to you at the red light. And you've all wished that the girl would say something along the lines of what Bunny says in the movie. But, all you get is "Are you looking at my tits, asshole?" Making us all learn the lesson to always wear sunglasses.
4.The old smart guy
And all of us have, or have had, this guy in our lives. Could have been your dad, you uncle, a buddies dad or the weird guy who lived behind your house growing up. These old cats always know what's best for us, so shut up and listen when Clark is speaking to you Dubs.
We'll face many throughout our lives, some harder than others to deal with. Whatever the case, don't back down from a thing, especially guys like Jesus.
2.Remember the rules
Always, in life and in sport, play by the rules. Cheating ain't worth it because 20 years down the road, when you look at the pictures of you having the state championship medal placed around your neck, you'll remember that you should have lost that championship match, but ya' didn't 'cause you're a cheating shit bag.
1. Always remember who you are
No matter how good you get at anything, remember that you didn't go it alone. There have always been people that pushed you when you stopped (Mom and Dad), those who laughed when you lost and made you so pissed you worked much harder and got much better just to beat their ass (Egglund) and convinced you to do whatever it was that you wanted your life to become. (You know who you are.)
Friday, May 16, 2008
10. Mieke Buchan
Since her re-location to the United States from some far-and-away land, Buchan has continued to cover the world’s largest sports and entertainment events on networks including, but not limited to: ABC, ESPN, Fox Sports Net, National Geographic, Encore, and the Tennis Channel. Buchan has co-hosted the last five Super Bowl broadcasts from the field.
9. Lindsay Czarniak
O.K. so there are obviously question as to if NASCAR is actually a sport. And I have an answer. A sport, to me, includes mental and physical strength, a diverse plan of attack and, well, gorgeous women. So with the conditions drivers deal with week in and week out (dehydration and death even=physical), deciding how far their car can travel, on both a certain amount of fuel and the last time the tires were changed (=mental) and sexy Lindsay reporting from the garages at tracks across the country, NASCAR is definitely a sport.
8. Lindsey Soto
Lindsey seems to do it all. She has done assignments which have included: Sideline reporter for USC/UCLA football games, the Los Angeles Avengers, the Los Angeles Sparks, host of Southern California Sports Report, host of L.A. Times High School Spotlight and host of USC Sports Magazine Show, among other programs. Could she possibly be more busy?
7. Ashley Russell
Ashley hosts Rivals.com, "Rivals Minute" and talks for more than two minutes each time. I don't really understand why the show is called "Rivals Minute". Any-who, she makes this list because of her sporting knowledge and her love for.....love for Notre Dame? (TTCS side: Freddy does not, nor will he ever, like Notre Dame.)
6. Sarah Kustok
Chicago's own went to Carl Sandburg High School and DePaul University to shoot hoops and now reports for Comcast News. Besides all that, she is pretty good lookin'. If you couldn't tell, she's my Chicago link this week.
5. Jillian Barberie
I’m not sure if I can really call her a sideline hottie, though she’s undeniably a hottie, (in a dirty girl sort of way) but because of fear that she'd come to Chicago and whoop my ass. But in a way that even I don't understand, I might kinda enjoy it. Jillian used to do the weather before kickoffs on Fox NFL Sundays before the games.
4. Erin Bates
Erin joined SPEED’s AMA Supercross broadcast team for the 2006-07 season as a pit reporter. Her life in motorcycle racing began as a trophy girl for the International Freestyle Motocross Association but quickly moved behind a microphone and became a co-host for the FMX tour. Since 2003, she has been a live announcer for Supercross and a pit reporter for AMA Supermoto and AMA Motocross. If you need to know what the AMA Supercross, I.F.M.A or the FMX Tour are, look it up on the net, I don't know either.
3. Ines Sainz
Seriously, how many sport reporters get interviewed by other sport reporters at a sporting event? Sainz handles sideline soccer duties at TV Azteca for the masses any chance she has. It seems that most people, both men and women, who have posted anything about her on the web have come to the same conclusion: smoking hot body, greatest bum in the world, but her face ain't too good. I'm sorry previous posters, Freddy the Mercenary does not agree with your outlandish remarks. Here is the reasoning behind the two pic's of my #3: According to rightpundits.com, "It takes Ines Sainz 3 hours to prep for a game: 6 minutes studying news reports and 2 hours, 54 minutes squeezing her ass into those jeans." 'Nuff said?
2. Leeann Tweeden
Tweeden-works for FoxSports.net and is a regular contributor to their Best Damn Sports Show Period. She works the sidelines at games, dates athletes and visits the troops overseas. In a few words, this woman is awesome. She has modeled for promotional work for Hooters and Venus International along with Frederick’s of Hollywood and Playboy. She currently works as the co-host of FoxSports "Mansionpoker.net Poker Dome Challenge". Again with the questions, is poker really a sport? See #9.
1. Erin Andrews
For a woman who has been so obviously busy in the world of sports, where the hell have I been?Hearing of Andrews, 29, as the "bee's knee's" of women in the sports reporting world, and having absolutely no clue who she was, made me question myself as both a journalist, and a man. I now understand why my fellow TTCS posters and three-quarters of the other guys we work with voted her #1. How pitiful was I to have never noticed this brilliant beauty on the sidelines? I didn't even know that Playboy magazine, in 2007, named her their own Sexiest Sports Reporter of the year. Sorry for being ignorant of your being Erin. She has covered games for the NHL, MLB, ESPN College Football Saturday, Saturday Primetime college basketball and the Great Outdoor Games. And she looks damn good in orange, if I do say so myself.
Monday, April 28, 2008
But golf. The beautiful game that I've never played, beside a fist pump or somebody falling onto the shortly trimmed grass on hole 18 at Augusta after winning, there isn't too much craziness in the game. That is, unless of course, your playing at Bushhwood.
10. Outstanding Upkeep
Here at Bushhwood, we prefer to play, in both game and life, in the cleanliest possible way. Beside the remarkable beauty of our holes, each day the swimming pool is drained, scrubbed and sanitized for you pleasure.
9. Great Relationships
Growing up, all young men need a leader, a mentor if you will. At Bushwood, no matter what problem any young man may be having, there is always somebody that he can look to for guidance and assistance. If you'll be hitting the links all day to smoke stogies and drain pints of Grolsh with your boys and have no time to spend with your son, there will be no problem with letting him share time with our personal assistant Ty.
8. World Wisdom
Where else can you find people that are so well traveled to help you with your game? Sure, Carl is just a grounds keeper, but the cat has seen and been through a lot and appears to have no problem with lending his knowledge to the youth of the club.
Beside being full of knowledge, Carl is also dedicated to making everybody's experience at Bushwood wonderful. Sure, he might get carried away from time to time and appear to be doing things that he should never be doing, but he does it all for the love of the game, baby.
6. Strong morales
And if you do decide to join Bushwood, and we're sure you will, if there are ever any legal issues you need dissolved, we have a lawer ready and willing to assist you with your case.
5. Family atmosphere
At times you, or any member of your family, might not know exactly what's going on in life, much like Ty, but hey, everybody has bad days. As a member, all other members are your family and can be relied upon to assist with anything.
4. Fun atmosphere
Bushwood is indeed a fun atmosphere, but remember to always be safe. Just because you're playing the gentleman's game, doesn't mean you shouldn't be prepared for anything, and or, everything at all times.
3. Friendly environment
It's a very open and friendly golf community, Bushwood is. A place where doors are left open for everybody and "what's mine is yours and what's yours is mine" does indeed apply. If you need something, ask. If we've got it, we'll give it. No questions asked.
2. Strong course up-keep
Bushwood prides itself in its beautiful courses. We keep them beautiful year round for your playing experience. If there is anything, we mean ANYTHING, that can be done to contribute to a better playing community, let us know and it shall be done. *There shall be no rodents at Bushwood.
1. Fulfill your dreams
After you've played a round or a dozen, and your game has significantly improved, who's to say that it wont be you that wins the Master's next year.