Posted Thursday, July 27, 2006 1:20:30 PM by Zoe Gillenwater
Posted Friday, July 21, 2006 7:31:58 AM by Zoe Gillenwater
I shamefully admit that I read celebrity gossip. There, I said it. I don't watch any of those gossip shows or buy gossip magazines, but I do read the snippets of stuff on people.com. That's my indulgence.
So, did you guys hear that Haley Joel Osment, the kid from The Sixth Sense, got in a car crash? I love this story, because:
- I learned that Haley Joel Osment is 18. When did he get so old?! Look at the picture of him — he's a bruiser now!
- I learned that Haley Joel Osment drives a 1995 Saturn. I think that is awesome. I'm sure he can afford a much nicer car, but he keeps driving his 95 Saturn because he doesn't need a nicer car. I really admire that. Maybe he'll be one of the few child actors who doesn't turn out to be a drug addict loser. (Although maybe he was driving drunk, but drinking when you are 18 is not such a shocking thing.)
Ok, I'm done now. :-)
Posted Wednesday, July 12, 2006 9:55:23 AM by Chris Flick
Well, what can you say? Another heartbreaking loss for the senior league in last night's All-star game. Brought back memories of two years or so ago when the National League had their best closer on the mound at the time - Eric Gagne - and he ended up blowing a save opportunity. I know a lot of people probably enjoy a higher scoring all-star game but last night was an enjoyable game to watch.
At the same time though, it also proved to be exactly why I tend to dislike the American League so much. Last night proved exactly how meaningless the DH is - or, at least, how meaningless it SHOULD be. Big Pappi DH's because, apparently, he can't play defense yet he made a couple of outstanding fielding plays last night and, obviously, he played first base when the Red Sox beat the Cardinals in the World Series two years ago so why does he HAVE to be a DH? That's the thing I hate about the American League - and, with the American league winning the All-star game last night, the DH is going to again play a major advantage in the World Series this year since the American League will have, potentially, more games at home then the visiting National League team.
The nice thing is that the National League certainly has some exciting young players that made the game enjoyable to watch. Just sorry to see Nomar didn't get a chance to play... but that's the negative aspect about "making the game count". Garner had to make sure he had to have some reserves on the bench incase the national league tied the game in the ninth. I'm almost positive Nomar would have played in the 10 inning had the national League scored in their last at bat. I still say, in baseball, if 9 men play the field, those same 9 should bat. Ah well... maybe next year.
And now for a bit of a self-plug...
I've just started an Art Blog over at Blogger. The reason i did that is so I can share a wide variety of my art - not just stuff I've either done or am doing for Community MX. If you want to go check it out, the URL is: http://www.csf-graphics.blogspot.com. Come on over and say Hi or leave a comment on some of my stuff.