First Oasis breaks up and now this. Remember how down Marcus was when Jacqueline played him in Boomerang? The people of Manchester must feel the same way. Times are ill on the blue side of Manchester these days. Oasis breaks up, Man City’s playing like a mid-table team and now Ricky Hatton has been reduced to appearing as a WWE side show.
Bony T didn’t show Marcus any mercy and we don’t think he’d have any for Hatton either. On the plus side, it looks like retirement’s been good to Hatton. Pies and beers make the gentleman of leisure. No sexy beast here.
Speaking of Boomerang, start at 3:00. Bang bang bang!
It’s probably a safe bet that Grace Lutheran likes whatever you like. We’re staying out of the whole clean royal penis thing. We’ll leave that to the clergy. Anyway, enjoy this bit of trickeration from Grace Lutheran.
We’re going to guess this is why the Celtics are getting Stephon Marbury. The sight of Starbury barking like a dog is enough to throw anyone’s concentration.
Where is Right Said Fred when you need them? Former French international Youri Djorkaeff obviously misses them. That has to be the only excuse for the atrocious tribute dug up by the Guardian yesterday. Djorkaeff is best known here for bailing on the New York Red Bulls (then known as the Metrostars) to go to a World Cup match while claiming he had “unexpected, serious family matters” in France. Hanging with Carl Winslow and Stefan Urquelle is no excuse. Just ask Charles Barkley.
Those pants. Why don’t I have a pair of those? You know Carl Winslow would love to Boss Sauce in those pants. This video screams for a couple of Congolese backup dancers and Grace Jones. Like the Jason Kidd video posted earlier this week, Jerkoff’s video is bad but it still doesn’t beat Andy Cole’s Outstanding. This song and video were released in 2006. Could this have been the reason why he went AWOL? If so, the team should sue him immediately.
Fresh off her disqualification for forgetting to sign her scorecard and seemingly inches away from her first LPGA win, Michelle Wie is dipping into the PGA Tour pool again. She’s going to play in the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open next week after receiving a sponsor’s exemption.
“It’s not every day that a woman is given the opportunity to play on the greatest tour in the world,” Wie said in a statement. “This is a tremendous opportunity for me to learn from these great players and take those lessons into the future to becoming the best player I can be on any tour. This is another step in the process of making me a better player.”
Anyone can teach her how to sign a scorecard at the end of a round. Far be it from us to tell golfers what tournaments they should play but it seems like winning an actual event would be a better use of her time. She has yet to make a cut in a men’s tournament and that can’t be doing much for her confidence. She probably has to finish in the top three in her last LPGA tournament to receive a card for 2009 otherwise it’s back to qualifying. She’s not down with Q-School but her daddy is and what daddy wants…