Personally, I thought that last week’s Epic Meal Time Super Bowl special was a bit underwhelming. Then they came back with the most epic of epic Super Bowl meals. It’s 20 pounds of bacon, 13 pounds of ground beef and 11 pounds of sausage in a 10 pound bun. Top it with tons of cheese and Jack Daniels BBQ sauce and you have the 50 pound, 138,226 calorie Sloppy Big Ben Roethlisberger. Continue reading
Well, Tiger Woods’ return to regular PGA Tour work was an epic failure. Maybe he really did mean “Bootyism” because Buddhism can actually make your golf game better. (Wall Street Journal)
In an era of DVD-RWs and USB drives, the 3.5-inch floppy disk is still ridiculously popular. But just who is still buying them? (BBC)
Bill Murray, who I often refer to as “Cuz,” is still an absolute legend. (New York Magazine)
After the jump, Pittsburgh sports links, Jaro Halak is literally a god in Montreal and Stanley Cup history will be made. Continue reading
It’s a slightly abbreviated version of The Humanoids today. I blame it largely on catching swine flu or something like that. Yeah, getting swine flu and blogging sounds reasonably tough for the internet. Let’s go with that. So as my time on earth apparently fades to black, so do many of our subjects today. Some have seen their careers come to an apparent end. Others are still going for the time being but you would have to imagine they’re in bad shape or are going to close up shop soon.
Speaking of things closing up shop soon, the radio show will be taping tonight. Why would the radio show be closing up shop soon? Well, there might be a change in plans/location for a host which could throw a wrench in the usual operations. We’ll cross that bridge when we get to it. We always manage to solve things at the last second. Anyway, on with the show. Continue reading