- The trailer for "Cop Out" with Tracy Morgan and Bruce Willis looks hoooorible. (We were bombarded with a commercial for it this weekend.)
- I was watching some documentary this weekend about the Tsunami from a couple of years ago -- It's one of the world's greatest disasters that we still don't fully appreciate.
- Caught most of "Role Models" on a movie channel this weekend (starring Stifler and Paul Rudd.) Verdict: Kind of funny.
- The Rangers were sold. The chances of us now seeing a playoff win in my lifetime: Pretty Slim.
- Speaking of, Tom Hicks also just sold a ski home in Aspen for $18 million (which he bought for $1 million in 1995.)
- This is normally when I start my post Christmas depression (it's delayed.)
- Avatar has is reached $552 million based upon this weekend's figures? And why do I still not have a desire to see it?
- Lady Gaga was on MTV's "Boiling Point" before she was a tricked up Lady Gaga? Why, yes, she was.
- Insignificant play that impressed me yesterday: Vikings' Adrian Peterson getting up to recover his own fumble. (Although he had lots of opportunities to recover his own fumble.)
- Wasn't the Fox yellow first down line waaaaaay off near the end of the game yesterday?
- NASCAR's Denny Hamlin tears his ACL after a basketball game but will have surgery AFTER the season. And tell me again how NASCAR is a sport?
- While you were sleeping: 24 dead/ 41 hurt in Baghdad explosion. Can we officially call that war George W's "Waterloo"?
- I think most people direct their stress at folks which had nothing to do with it.
- Was that a two minutes commercial for a video game near the end of the Minnesota/New Orleans game yesterday?
- I watched the "Date From Hell" episode of "I Shouldn't Be Alive" on Animal Planet that I wrote about on Friday. Good stuff.
- An Ethiopian Airlines jet crashed overnight presumably killing 90 people. I had no idea there was an Ethiopian Airlines.
- I always suspect that people posting inspirational messages on Facebook are actually in a lot of pain.
- The cover of Texas Monthly suggests that Rick Perry may make a legitimate run for President. He's as viable candidate as anything else the Republicans have.
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