Saturday, December 10, 2011

Not a Great Place to Stand for a Picture

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Friday, December 9, 2011

Rick Perry's "Strong" Release

...and it was a little late, wasn't it?


Take notice at just how many folks liked this video, and how many disliked. And the total views are over 2.2 million!

Phil Jackson Questions NBA Owning Hornets

...foreshadowing at its best.

An article written almost a year ago.

From the Orange Country Register dated 12/29/2010: NEW ORLEANS — Phil Jackson has said it before, so he said it again: He isn’t confident about the Hornets’ long-term viability in New Orleans.

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"I don’t know if New Orleans can support a team," Jackson said.

The Hornets had their second sellout of the season Wednesday with the Lakers in town, drawing a season-high 18,018 in New Orleans’ 17th home game of the season (13-4). The franchise was recently bought by the NBA, which prompted Jackson to say: "Not happy about that."

Jackson put forth a scenario where Hornets star Chris Paul might revive his demand for a trade, and Jackson wondered how the league could manage being the one deciding which other franchise would get Paul.

"Who’s going to pull the button on it?" Jackson asked. "When Chris says he has to be traded, how’s that going to go? ... Someone’s going to have to make a very nonjudgmental decision on that part that’s not going to irritate anyone else in the league."

The Article Itself

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Thursday, December 8, 2011

2012 Presidential Candidate Selector

Hey - The 2012 presidential election is right around the corner!

Click the banner image above to go take a short quiz to help you decide which presidential candidate(s) align with your interests. President Obama is included.

There are a ton more quizzes and other topics you can access from their homepage, as well.

The Golfer With No Arms

Filmed in 1932 in the USA, this incredible footage shows the sheer skill of handicapped golfer Tom McAuliffe.

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Just a Couple Colorful Chameleons

Click to view these full-size!

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I Found The Biggest Shot Glass in the World

Lazy Dog


Just Sayin'


Mind Blown

Do you ever think, perhaps, that the universe that we could be living in, is simply a brain cell of another living creature?

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Drunk Snowman

Thanks Sherry!

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Internet Issues

Router died. Old Modem may as well be replaced on the same day - provided by our ISP.

Trouble with setting up the new router. Wife tried for a few hours first. I call ISP.. No help.

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Go through all set-up steps. Realize the last thing you ever do is power on the router.

A success. I'll be back to posting tomorrow!

Monday, December 5, 2011

Always Misunderstood

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Golf These Days

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OK Tiger Woods won a tournament today - for the first time since the 2009 Thanksgiving scandal came out. In the 2 years and a few weeks as he's been "coming back", he dropped from 1st to 52nd in the Official World Rankings, which is actually a short fall relative to most golfers.

That's how far ahead of everyone else he was by the PGA Tour's world rankings statistics!

In almost the same 2-yr period, Fred Couples has turned 50, and dropped from about 25th to 310th, yet NO ONE has won more money on the Champions Tour in that span - than him.

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In fact, I'll blow your mind a little more.. In the same timespan:

Fred Couples has won $4,156,334 in 39 events on two different tours (PGA Tour and Champions Tour).

Tiger Woods has won $1,955,003 in 21 events on the PGA Tour.

Freddie's earned $106,573 per event -- Tiger's earned $93,095 per event. Freddie played almost twice as many tourneys, though. And he's the old guy. Freddie's 52. Tiger will be 36 later this month.

I don't really know why I'm comparing these two, but then again I do.

This is incredibly huge for Tiger Woods. A lot of people doubted he could ever get back to this place again - including myself. It was a long 2 years. Once he went a few majors and a few more tourneys, when he wasn't back, we all knew he'd be back eventually.

Actually we didn't.

But then again - is he all the way back? Here's a super little Woods/Nicklaus comparison.

The Masters - four months from now - is gonna be incredible! The golf world in general is about to become important again..

Sunday, December 4, 2011



The New Chevy Camaro ZL1

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The Camaro has been a huge hit for Chevrolet and today the company made several announcements relating to the heavily anticipated Camaro ZL1. Chevy said that the ZL1′s monster engine will be rated at 580 horsepower and that the base price of the vehicle will be $54,995. It’s quite a vehicle to introduce as Chevy celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. The new ZL1 coupe is a 2012 model that will go on sale early next year.

The Camaro ZL1 features a supercharged 6.2L engine that makes it the most powerful production Camaro ever. The ZL1 goes from 0 to 60 in 3.9 seconds and hits a top speed of 184 miles per hour! It also features a Performance Traction Management system that helps this beast hug the corners.

Chevy will also introduce a ZL1 convertible as a 2013 model that they featured at an event ahead of the 2011 LA Auto Show and Bullz-Eye was on hand to snap some photos of this beautiful vehicle as you can see in the slideshow above. Anyone who appreciates convertibles will love this vehicle.

More images here..

Here's a link to a great video..

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We looked at the new Camaros last month. No, of course we can't afford the ZL1, but they do make Camaros with V6's if you're poor like we are. Then again, they're still well over $30k. I love the body style. It's very similar to the old Dodge Charger body style (<2011), or the recent Challengers. We chose the Charger, and it's a 2011, so the body style is somewhat different. It doesn't have that raised rear-end, or it's not as prominent. And price-wise it was very reasonable.

Nice Manger!

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He's Back!

After going more than two years and 26 tournaments without a win, and after so much turmoil in his personal life and with his golf game, Tiger Woods stood over a 6-foot birdie putt Sunday to win the Chevron World Challenge and felt as though nothing had changed.

Finally, the outcome was familiar, too.

Woods poured in the putt to cap off a birdie-birdie finish at Sherwood, close with a 3-under 69 and beat former Masters champion Zach Johnson by one shot. The win ended a drought that lasted 749 days, and might have signaled a change that Woods is on his way back. (Source)

"Any different?'' Woods repeated when the question came about how it compares to his other victories -- which total 14 majors, 71 PGA Tour titles and 83 worldwide wins. "It feels great. … I know it's been a while, but also for some reason, it feels like it hasn't.

"When I was coming down the stretch there, I felt so comfortable. I felt comfortable in Oz [Australia]. I felt comfortable in Augusta. When I'm putting myself in those positions, it is comfortable.''

Woods was referring to his only other close calls this year: a tie for fourth at the Masters, where he was tied for the lead on the back nine on Sunday; and the Australian Open three weeks ago, where he held the second-round lead, coughed it up with a third-round 75, then rallied to finish third, two strokes out of a playoff. (Source)

Read the rest of both ESPN articles:
Tiger Woods rallies to win Chevron
Chevron win good start for Tiger Woods