Monday, February 27, 2012

Saladfest 2012

If last weekend was Meatfest 2012 this weekend was definitely Saladfest 2012.  I had exactly one salad this weekend.  For me, that’s a freaking saladfest.  It was a good salad, though.  It had spicy walnuts.

I watched the NBA Slam Dunk Contest for the first time in about six years.  They should just scrap it.  The stars don’t want to do it anymore.  Nothing else is going to save it.  I don’t care how many basketballs Jeremy Evans dunks.  That’s right, Jeremy Evans won the Slam Dunk Contest.  Bet you can’t tell me what team he plays for without looking it up.

The NBA All-Star Game?  That’s something worth watching.  It’s all fast breaks and alley oop dunks.  That’s way more fun to watch than an awards show.

Does the NBA expect to draw a lot of viewers from the 65-80 demographic?  They made the numbers on the All-Star uniforms large enough to read from space.

I finally found some headphones that I love.  LG HBS-700 Bluetooth headphones.  Sure, they may look a little dorky resting around your neck but I’ve long gotten over looking a little dorky.  Good quality sound, no problems with taking phone calls and the battery life is about four times longer than the battery life on my phone.  Worth the $54.

I didn’t watch the Oscars because I’m just not interested.  I haven’t seen many of the movies and I don’t care about the Academy’s opinion.  You see, me and the Academy rarely agree.

I just realized that I have seen exactly zero of the films nominated for Best Picture.  I’m not proud of this but I’m not ashamed of it, either.  Dee and I have been to the movie theater exactly one time since Scarlett was born.  My point is that Scarlett is a way better movie than anything else out there.

Speaking of Scarlett, that chick likes to get down to some Black Keys.

By the way, I don’t want you to get the impression that I’m anti-salad simply because having one salad in a weekend qualifies as a saladfest.  It’s just that I don’t like salads.

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