“Kirk is Dwight!” Edition
Todays links of interest:
- Schilling puts Red Sox in position
I guess we answered the question of whom God roots for. Schilling. Always Schilling. Hate hate hate HATE him, of course, but Jesus Fucking Christ does he get it up for the post-season!
- Stunner! Britney’s new CD is good
While we’ve never been close to her target audience, we are not immune to the super-pop charms of her earliest singles. Still, we’ve never bothered with Brit-Brit for the length of a full album — Three Dog Night made a buttload of great singles too, but no need to ever hear a full-length from them, either — but it would be ironic if this album actually did well on a commercial and critical level. She would hardly be the first artist to score professionally whilst her personal life was crumbling all around her. Even if by "artist," we mean "complete creation of evil Eurotrash studio wizards."
- Facing Stiff Competition, ‘Guitar Hero III’ Cranks Gameplay to 11
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- The future of mobile is the ‘iPhoneBerry’
iPhoneBerry!! I used to love that cereal as a kid.
- ‘Friday’ viewers cry foul play
More about "that" plotline on "Friday Night Lights." If you’re still working your way through the first season, then SPOILER ALERT!! If you’re watching it in "real time," then minor spoiler alert.
- Kid Rock says he’s not a troublemaker
Wait a second! Hasn’t he pretty much based his entire career on being a troublemaker? C’MON!
- The 1 IPhone
Apparently, AT&T pays Apple per month per iPhone, leading to big profits for Apple. Not missing a trick, are they? However, eventually this will lead to some kind of dissatisfaction from AT&T’s side (though I’m paying AT&T wayyyyy more than per month to use the iPhone on their crappy network), and possibly the freeing of the iPhone any specific network. Or not.
- Lost Curse Strikes Again! Kim Dinged for DUI
Uh-oh. But we like Jin! Of course, we liked Mr. Eko, too.