Sigh… I’ll anxiously await his return.
What players who are traded to the Mets really...
1. “I’m happy to be playing in New York.” = “But I’d really rather be on the Yankees.” 2. “I’m a lifelong Mets fan.” = “Darryl Strawberry (or) Dwight Gooden is my uncle.” 3. “The Wilpons are putting together a winning team.” = “…And it’s due to hit the field around 2025, after my dying career is long...
Karate? The Dane Cook of martial arts?– Sterling Archer
Off The Presses: Brooklyn Brewery Reaches Into the... →
lrusso: Brooklyn Brewery creates an oatmeal raisin Flavored beer. Oh sweet Jesus my prayers have been answered! This sounds interesting, I’m going to keep my eyes open for it. The last Brewmaster’s Reserve beer I saw was also pretty fantastic, the Manhattan Project: a beer designed to taste like a Manhattan, thereby sating my love of both beer and bourbon.
The shows I saw, 2008
Here’s the 2008 list… And the last one I’ll do, since I don’t have any of my calendar archives from before then. January: 10th: John Oliver & Rob Riggle @ Southpaw, Brooklyn, NY 23rd: The Farnsworth Invention @ Music Box Theatre, New York, NY February: 21st: Daniel Johnston @ Highline Ballroom, New York, NY March: 20th: Bob Mould @ Antone’s, Austin, TX...
Stop saying NBC! I’m trying to have a pleasant evening!– Conan O’Brien to Tom Brokaw; January 12, 2010
The shows I saw, 2009
A few years ago, my friend Jason & I decided that as part of a “we’re not fucking getting old!” type exercise, we’d make sure to go to at least one show every month. So I thought it might be fun to go back into my iCal and see how I did in 2009, a year in which I spent 330 out of 365 days unemployed. The only stuff I’m leaving out is sporting events… If...
I think the internet message boards used to be a lot funnier ten years ago, and...– Matt Warburton, writer for The Simpsons, in response to criticism that the show used to be funnier.
Salt in NYC
Salt-use regulation by NYC was speculated upon for months, and now in light of the stories emerging yesterday and today about how the city is going to try to limit salt use (via pressure & marketing, as opposed to the usual legislation), I was reminded of this NYT article I read a few months ago about the Mayor’s eating habits and dug it up. ...