Saturday, September 12, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
Now that you've watched that.. Although with a better selection of music would have been even better, but hey I ain't perfect (yet).
If you want more, and you're still really pissed/sad, then continue on to The Top 40 Reasons to Doubt The Official Story of September 11th, 2001:
Tribute Site: Attack On America
One of the best 9/11 Tribute Clips Ever
Loose Change - Video (1:19)
The Truth & Lies of 9/11 - Video (2:17)
PlaguePuppy's Audio-Video Archive - A Ton here
And of course, What Really Happened
Thursday, September 10, 2009
A Texas school district that declined to allow students to listen to President Obama's speech to students on Tuesday will bus about 500 students to attend a Super Bowl-related event this month where former president George W. Bush will speak, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Continue reading..
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
I case you weren't aware, Andrew Zimmern, host of Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods" has a new show out. It's called "Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World". The new show is much like the older one, but even better. Before, one might've wondered why he would wrestle with locals from another country, or bother to show a lot of the adventures he's been taken on during a program about primarily over-the-top foods of different parts of the world.. But not anymore.
“I’ve never been a mainstream kind of guy,” Andrew Zimmern asserts in his new show, “Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre World,” beginning on Tuesday night on the Travel Channel. “I’m into exploring the fringes of a culture.”
So what does he explore in Cuba, the subject of his first episode? Cigars, old American cars, boxing and baseball, rumba and salsa, a May Day parade, and Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner’s honeymoon suite at the Hotel Nacional. If this is the fringe, then “The Godfather: Part II” was science fiction. Click on Andrew to continue..
Bonus - Four Sneak Peeks from the new show: 1, 2, 3, 4
Sunday, September 6, 2009
The return of Brett Favre to the NFC North. Chicago's Jay Cutler, looking to humiliate Josh McDaniels' Broncos this weekend. Al Davis against, well, everybody Al Davis has ever slighted.
2009 looks like it can't help but contribute to the line of vengeance-fueled matchups in the NFL. Not that we need another reason to get excited, but in case YOUR appetite needs whetting, here are 20 of the best "revenge" stories in the League's history.
Tune in, click through, and, if you're a fan of one of the teams mentioned, feel free to let your blood boil. Click Brett Favre to begin..