Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Stoppage Time

Stoppage Time

Just a few more thoughts creeping through my brain.

· Whatever happened to Pop-Up Video? I loved that show – finding interesting facts about bands and their songs. I guess since VH1 and MTV don’t really play music videos anymore, there was no need for Pop-Up video.

· And speaking of which, why is MTV still called MTV? Do they play music anymore? That’s like Burger King ending their practice of selling burgers. Ridiculous if you ask me.

· I was actually rooting against Ryan Howard in the Home-Run derby, mainly because I didn’t want the Phillies to have any positive moments that they could promote the hell out of while their team is 7 games below .500.

· Barry Bonds might be indicted on perjury charges as early as next week. I would love to see this guy behind bars, sharing a cell with a guy named Bubba who loves big-headed jerks that wear a huge elbow-shield.

· The Eagles start training camp in less than 12 days – finally, we can stop pretending to watch sports when the Phillies are on.

· Smokin’ and I are going to the Khyber in Philly tonight to see Electric Six. I will give a full recap of our “experience” on Friday.


Christina_the_wench said...

You were tagged mister. *see my 20 list* Get busy.

And I miss Pop-Up Videos too. ~sighs~

Los said...

Didn't realize I was tagged - will get to it immediately!

Rev. Smokin Steve said...

This is why MTV has MTV2... so they can have a video channel.

El Padrino said...

football season, mmmmmmm
i can smell it

El Padrino said...


Los said...

I can't believe I'm saying this, but I would root heavily for the Giants, as long as T.O. doesn't win.

Jeff said...

MTV should have created a 24-hour Beavis and Butt-head channel. Which proves MTV executives are dumber than Beavis and Butt-head.

A better analogy than Burger King: KFC stopped selling fried chicken because they're KFC, not Kentucky Fried Chicken. It's not Music Television, it's MTV.

TO or Jeremy Shockey: I'd root for the earth to open up and swallow them both.