Sunday, November 02, 2008

Sunday! Sunday!

Here it is Sunday night and here is what I think (for anyone who cares).

I am still a huge fan of Kurt Warner. When the Rams play the Cardinals, I'm rooting for Kurt. Even when the Rams aren't playing the Cardinals, I am rooting for Kurt. There have a been a couple of posts I have made talking about how I think he is one of the best passers in the history of the game. He dissected the Rams today. I really am in awe of a guy like that who lives his life the right way and absolutely kicks ass on the football field.

The first batch of the seasonal chili expedition has been completed. Excellent vintage, not too hot. I'll wait to bring out the hot stuff later. Nice and seasoned, may be some of the best chili I have ever made.

My kids made budget last month. We are building great momentum for future plans in Bloomington. Can't say how much I enjoy my team. I have compared my sales staff to the 1990 Atlanta Braves. On that team were Tom Glavine, John Smoltz, Greg Maddox and Steve Avery. They turned out to be very good but at that time, they hadn't pitched much yet. Bingo. My guys haven't pitched much yet but I expect them to win 10 divisional championships in a row.

The "Saved By Zero" ad campaign from Toyota is a zero. Loved The Fixx and thought they were one of the highlights of the eighties. The work they did on their own and with Tina Turner really impressed me. I have a past post on my favorite Fixx songs. This ad campaign is a dud.

We're getting ready to lauch a deep tracks channel on my classic rock FM's website. Should be up and running by January one. Let me know if you have any requests.

Saw the movie "W" last night. I wish I could get those two hours back. Nine trailers before the movie started. Nine. Wow. Liked the first 45 minutes or so of the movie, then...meh. I'd give it a "C" at best. There was literally nothing else to watch at the theatres. That sucks.

1 comment:

bryan said...

For your deep tracks channel on the website...

Anything from the Hagar, Schon, Aaronson and Shreve (HSAS) album from 1984.

"Top of the Rock" and "Missing You" are the two favorites there.

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