offical Blog of the Liger

Saturday, October 23, 2004


Go read this now. Stop reading this and go.!


Seeing how the thing to do now is to get a celebrity endorsement. I went ahead and got mine. Bill Pullman is from a Hornell, NY. A suburb of the Greater Avoca Area. Bill Pullman played a president who had to deal with alien terrorist in the movie Independence Day. So he was more than happy to say a few words for the President.

Hello. In just over a week, ballets will be cast from around the country. And we will be re-launching the presidency of Bush.

Security -- those words should have new meaning for all of us today.

We can't be consumed by our petty differences anymore. Even if the left is wrong.

We will be united in our common interests. That is the re-election of George W. Bush and bringing Brew more traffic.

Perhaps its fate that election is in November; and you will once again be fighting for our freedom, not only from tyranny, oppression, or persecution -- but from annihilation.

We're fighting for our right to live, to exist.

And when we win the day, the November 2nd will no longer be known as an American election day, but as the day when the world declared in one voice:

"We will not go quietly into the night.

We will not vanish without a fight.

We're going to live on.

We're going to survive."

Today, we celebrate our Election Day!

To see more go here, here, and here.

Friday, October 22, 2004

^%##^%$#^% XM

I just had this idea two days ago and they already stole it. Grrrr


I had a dream that I co-wrote a song with Toby Keith about the Florida Hurricanes. Stupid Ford truck commercial every other commercials. It was a really good song and I can't stand country music.

I forgot that two days ago was the 3 year anniversary of my best chance so far at a frivolous law suit, but I am a Republican. I was sitting at a light and got rear-ended by the Fire Marshall for the City of Binghamton in an official car. The left hand lane arrow came up and cars to the left of him started to move, so he took his foot of the gas. It scared the XXXX out of me. He did just over a $1,000 dollars of damage to my truck. We waited around for a cop to come but he told me he had to file a report with the city and just call Corporation Council for the City and they would tell me what to do. I ended up having to go around to two dealers and getting estimates and took the estimates to the city and I had a check in my hands for the difference. I could have easily faked and injury and probably gotten a few thousand for my troubles at the very least, but I was unhurt and I am a Republican.

Wakefield is starting Saturday. Wakefield is my boy.

I finally got a chance to play FIFA 2005 a little while last night. Why does Ryan Giggs start on the inside and Roy Keane on the outside on the default squad settings for MAN U.? It is annoying to switch them before every match.

Thursday, October 21, 2004


I am going to cover a lot of things so just sit down and SHUT UP! heh heh

I am dead tired. I was up till quarter after 1 last night and for the first time in a looooong time my alarm woke me up this morning. I miss the days when I could stay out till 1 or 2 in the morning, go to classes all day and work a mostly full time job and it was only 3 years ago. I feel old this morning.
I went to my favorite watering hole last night with some friends. I was one of 4 people cheering for the Sox surrounded by Yankee fans. I got to talking with some of the students who were out last night. I was pleasantly surprised by the political conversations I had last night. So I will go out on a limb and say


SarahK talks about going to Steak n Shake. I want to go to Steak and Shake. A year and half ago, I along with my parents helped my little sista Tarah move back out to Indiana from Syracuse. We were out there a couple of days helping her get settled in. I borrowed her car and drove out into Muncie. It was not that different from the GBA except there was a lot less cultural diversity than I was used to and everything was flat. The stores seemed that same and then I the Steak and Shake. I never knew that there was a place where you could get a Steak and a Shake. I went back to my sista house and told her and my parents that we needed to go to Steak and Shake for dinna. They were like 'We are coing to Cracker Barrel.' I have nothing against Cracker Barrel. I like the Cracker Barrel, but there is a Cracker Barrel in the GBA. I can go right now if I wanted. OK, maybe not right now. Tarah was like Steak and Shake is not so good. 'I WANNA GO TO STEAK AND SHAKE!! There's nothing like a 28 year old having a temper tantrum. So we went to Cracker Barrel and I made fun of people from Indiana because they were not from New York.

Wednesday, October 20, 2004


I don't follow baseball much. There are too many games to make it really exciting to watch during the year. If you lose in June it really means nothing. Last nights Yankees-Sox game was the first one game that I watch from beginning to end all year. So here are 10 obsevations from last night.

1. I hate the Yankees, mostly because I am surrounded by fans of them.

2. In the off-season when the Yankees out dealed the Sox for A-Rod, I believed that it was a bad omen for the Yankees. I think it is coming true. I think in 60 years the Curse of the Babe will be long forgotten and people will talk about the Curse of A-Rod. I predict that the Yankees will not win another World Series in my lifetime.

3.I think A-Rod needs to be a man and say he intentionally interferred. He came pretty close to admitting it, but not close enough for me.

4.I think that the two corrected calls by the umpires prove that the curse is over. Had it gone the other way you definetly say that there is a curse.

5.I am sick of hearing how tired relivers are. It is called thier job.

6.I don't get why the cops came out when the Yankees where on the field and not when the Sox were? They are not going to attack thier own players? (Oh, wait I forgot its New York, they will attack thier own players.)

7.The Mets still suck.

8.I have a lot of respect for Curt Schilling. I have alot more for him after his post-game interview.

9.Would someone please tell Arroyo that cornrows don't work on white guys.

10.This is the real World Series. Screw the National League.


It was a cold late October morning, our hero was laden down at his job with more work than any normal man could possibly handle. His co-workers ignored his plea's for mercy. He knew it was time to stand up, so he stood up and walked out the door. He then walked across the parking lot. He crossed the road as a car raced by nearly missing our hero my 10 feet. That was when he spied his prize. It was the Pepsi vending machine outside of the landscaping company across the street. He reached into his pocket. Yes! He had four quarters. He placed one into the vending machine. It slid down. The next one followed. The third again. The fourth slid in, but did not make the same glorious sound. It landed with a clunk into the change receptacle. 'What is this foul circumstance that has occurred.' thought our hero. He reached in for the coin to retry his luck and again he was caused the same denial. He reached once again for the coin. 'What was this abomination?' he ruminated. 'The bloody Queen was the coin'.

'WHY G-D WHY?' he screamed as he dropped to his knees. There would be Mountain Dew for our hero today.

This mostly true story is dedicated to all those people that live in the border states who have found themselves at times stuck with useless Canadian money. It is also inspired in part my an email the great FrankJ received from a neffie. (Neffie is Avoca speak for Canadian.)

Tuesday, October 19, 2004


I had a dream that I was going to see Superman 4 at a film festival. I was trying to convince people that 3 was better but no one would listen. I think in the same dream my mom got me a microwave, even though I just bought one two months ago.

It is crazy that a baseball game that starts 2 hours before I even leave work is not over by the time I go to bed.

thats all i got today.