This past weekend: where the start of the NBA Playoffs conveniently coincides with the deadline of an interminable group project and the best weather weekend of 2008 to briefly form THE FUCKING APOCALYPSE. But that dark cloud has since past, moving on...
The 2008 NBA Playoffs:
Where A.I. never left Philadelphia.
Where I've never seen a head coach as happy as Maurice Cheeks to win the first game of the first round of the playoffs.
Where the Orlando Magic are still the league's best kept secret.
Where Lamar Odom finally justifies the Caron Butler trade.
Where Maurice Cheeks, Byron Scott, Doc Rivers, Avery Johnson, and Mike D'Antoni (all former point guards) give hope to Knicks fans the world over with just two words: Mark Jackson (supplemented by three more words: Jeff Van Gundy).
Well that was fun, let me try it some more:
Wes Brown signing a new 4 year deal, where my hairline visibly recedes.
Wes Brown signing a new 4-year deal, where heart trumps head and you really can't imagine the boy wearing anything but United red.
15 goals in 3 games, where any doubt over who is heir to Sir Alex Ferguson's job is surely erased.
15 goals in 3 games, where any doubt over who should fill the left wing problem for England is erased. Hey, he may not be the sharpest tool in the ol' shed, but he sure knows how to polish one.
The movie theater on a Monday night at 10, where confused prepubescent boys go to watch humor way over their heads and brief full frontal male nudity with their parents.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall, where the title changes to Hi, Mila Kunis, Be My Wife? in my mind's eye.
12:35 am after writing inspiration from Jason Segel, where opportunity meets execution and writer's bloc finally ends. Enjoy the eye candy/my future wife.