63,000 seats and Marty and I chose Section 423, Row 22. Seats 14/15 for two simple reasons: the 10$ ticket prices and the spectacular view.
Archive | August, 2006
August 28, 2006
Funny how you are bouvier and imbouvier.
August 27, 2006
Crocs: I don’t care if they are lightweight, waterproof, and slip-resistant. I don’t care if they provide incredible foot support. They are ugly and stupid-looking. If you wear them, you are also ugly and stupid-looking. If you and your toddler wear matching Crocs, your toddler is now ugly and stupid-looking. I speak for everyone on [...]
August 26, 2006
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing brunch with UCSB alumni Darcy and Lauren in LA’s exotic neighbor to the south, Long Beach. While the main focus our morning was to rekindle the friendship of yesteryear, personal health and safety was also an important part of our time together. After all, with [...]
August 25, 2006
Tonight ESPN.com began celebrating the final US Open for Andre Agassi, tennis badboy turned tennis legend turned Christian Andrews.
August 23, 2006
Though I take great pride in being the Master of the Staged Celebration (Michael Dunford is the Grand Wizard–that’s the best you can get), I have started to wonder if I’ve ever actually had any genuine fun…
August 16, 2006
After hearing about the Cardinals’ Wall of Fans, my friend Carlos sent me the following collage, apparently created from various pictures appearing on my live journal. Whether innovative or bizarre, one thing can be sure: it’s one darn big picture of me.
August 15, 2006
CE = Cornified Envelope