current mood: content
I'm pretty sure that Yahoo's Launchcast can read my mind and has decided to mock me. I started listening to it earlier and here's the (supposedly random) songs that it played within the first half hour or so:
"Waiting For A Girl Like You" --Foreigner
"An Old Fashioned Love Song" --Three Dog Night
"You're The Inspiration" --Chicago
"For The Longest Time" --Billy Joel
"Can't Fight This Feeling Anymore" --REO Speedwagon
"Stairway To Heaven" --Led Zeppelin
Hmm, I'm sensing a not-very-subtle theme here. You know what, I give up. I might as well just give in and go with it.
In other news, Ohio State is currently leading the Minions of Satan 35-24 late in the third quarter.
Very sad to hear about the death of Bo Schembechler. Even though he coached...um, that school up north...he was one of the greats and his death is arguably the close of an era. For the first time, he and Woody Hayes can kick back together and enjoy this latest chapter in one of the greatest rivalries in college sports. Farewell, Bo. We'll miss you.
"When your team is winning, be ready to be tough, because winning can make you soft. On the other hand, when your team is losing, stick by them. Keep believing." --Bo Schembechler. Amen--I'm sure that's one that every progressive reading this can relate to.Bo Schembechler on Woody Hayes: I played for Woody, I coached for him, I patterned my life after him, and I consider him a great friend of mine.
Woody Hayes on Bo Schembechler: I didn't like the son of a bitch when he played for me, I didn't like him when he worked for me, and I certainly don't like him now.
And although it was naturally overshadowed by The Game, its worth relishing the fact that North Carolina thumped N.C. State 23-9. GO HEELS!
And she said, "How are you Harry?
Haven't we played this scene before?"
I said "It's so good to see you, Sue
Had to play it out just once more."