Friday, November 21, 2008

Snark break ... there's a Swede in Ottawa who will be golfing next spring...

Oh, subtle... hey, meteor, shut off that light, people are trying to sleep...

The Senators got hornswoggled by a bad call last night. It's got so dire in Ottawa that last night hometown play-by-play man Dean Brown had to point it out when Jason Spezza took a 95-second shift.

Annika Sorenstam is playing her final LPGA tournament this weekend, the greatest women's golfer of all time, and she never appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Mike Weir got the cover of the Illy once. Think about that.

Anthony Calvillo was CFL player of the year. Everyone sensed he was going to win when it was announced the award was being sponsored by Grey Power.

Attendance at the Baseball Hall of Fame was down 12 per cent this past summer. That's why they deserve for not electing Tim Raines.

You might have seen that Condoleezza Rice has appointed Ken Griffey Jr. as a public diplomacy envoy, "a job that calls for travel abroad to help polish Washington's image." He could do more good for Washington roaming the world than the roaming the outfield for the Nationals.

(Two age jokes this morning, yikes.)

Hal Steinbrenner has officially took over the Yankees from his father, George. Let that be a lesson to those of you who believe some people just get handed things in life. He had to wait so long for his daddy to give him the team.

The above is of dubious worth, but this is worth noting:

The trailer for Darren Aronofsky's The Wrestler.

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