Monday, December 31, 2007

Sunday, December 30, 2007

A look into my world.........

This song has been stuck in my head. I thought I would share.

The Last Fight- Velvet Revolver

Time feels like I've been back in jail
Like when I was doing time in the can
Spend all night on a bended knee
Just to beg for something to believe
Left home with a pack of clothes without a family tree

This fight could be the last fight
No giving and no winning
One time could be the all the time
Should we decide to end the misery

Time heals all of the burned out bridges
Filled with nothing more than misery
I wear the mask of the unbattled son
Trying to beg for something to believe
Left home with a pack of clothes without a family tree

Break the chains of featherweights and giants
With the stain forever lasting liars
They're afraid when we spit out the fire
And start living

Here is the Video

Christmas and wisemen or pharoah or king????????

Here is a picture my uncle on christmas. I don't know if you can tell but there was shiny wrapping paper. He was collecting and found some good uses for the shiny paper.

Friday, December 21, 2007

I know it is Friday but............

But How 'bout them Cowboys. Wait they Lost to my EAGLES. The game's final score was 10-6 but it wasn't even that close. The cowgirls QB Tony's a Romo couldn't complete a pass and he threw three interceptions. Meanwhile the eagles were able to drive up and down the field. The score would have been at least 16-6 but in a brilliant move Westbrook kneeled down at the one yard line instead of the wide open TD. preserving the Eagles win.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

In Response To Tyler.......

about the WiiFit. Here is another video check it out.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Another reason to hate FOX............

Ok so last week I decided that I was gonna watch "Firefly". Brent used to tell me how good it was and that I should watch it. I never really got around to it. This television season There is a new show that I can't miss. Chuck. In it is an actor Adam Baldwin. He is a great part of the show because he is always doing or saying something funny. Not knowing who he was but recognizing his face I had to look up what he has been in. He was in Firefly and the movie Serenity(based off firefly). So I decided to Netflix it. About a half hour into the pilot I was hooked. Now I have completed watching the first seven episodes and I can't wait until the next disc come from netflix. Then as I was reading up about it I realize that the show was canceled after 12 episodes. But 14 were produced so there are 14 to watch. And this show has gained huge numbers of fans since it was canceled. I was devastated because I love this show. They made the movie because of the support they got from the fans. I already hate FOX because the canceled my favorite show all time "ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT". Both of these shows were screwed by FOX. Because I didn't know about AD until it was in it's third season. And Firefly until Brent told me about it. It seems that Firefly had it worse though because FOX decided to not advertise the show and then show the episodes out of order so everybody was confused and wouldn't watch.
So today I was searching around for firefly stuff and I found a survey to see which character your personality is most like. So I took it and the results below. Also is a link below if anybody wants to know who their character is.

Your results:
You are Kaylee Frye (Ship Mechanic)

Kaylee Frye (Ship Mechanic)
Derrial Book (Shepherd)
Zoe Washburne (Second-in-command)
Jayne Cobb (Mercenary)
Dr. Simon Tam (Ship Medic)
Malcolm Reynolds (Captain)
Wash (Ship Pilot)
Inara Serra (Companion)
River (Stowaway)
A Reaver (Cannibal)
You are good at fixing things.
You are usually cheerful.
You appreciate being treated
with delicacy and specialness.

Click here to take the "Which Serenity character are you?" quiz...

USC to Rose Bowl...........

But this has nothing to do with the Rose Bowl game this year. I read this article on Yahoo! this morning.

USC in talks to move Trojans from Coliseum to Rose Bowl
November 28, 2007

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- USC is negotiating with Rose Bowl officials to begin playing Trojans home games in Pasadena next year, school administrators said Tuesday.

A potential lease agreement would be considered at the Dec. 6 meeting of the Rose Bowl Operating Committee, USC officials said in a written statement.

USC, which has played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum since 1923, would have to share the Rose Bowl with its football rival, UCLA, which already plays home games in Pasadena.

"Although we have been a faithful tenant of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for 80 years, we must now seek other alternatives for the good of our football program and our fans," USC administration chief Todd R. Dickey said.

USC has been seeking control of the venue and has offered more than $100 million over 10 years to fund its repair and restoration.

The Coliseum, which has been trying to sell itself as home turf for a potential Los Angeles-based NFL team, has rejected that offer.

The Los Angeles area hasn't had an NFL team since after the 1994 season when the Raiders returned to Oakland and the Anaheim-based Rams moved to St. Louis.

Los Angeles city leaders have said they want to build a new stadium within the historic venue's walls at a cost of $800 million.

The Los Angeles Coliseum Commission has offered the Trojans a two-year lease and was willing to offer a longer stay if the team asks for one, the stadium's general manager Pat Lynch told the Los Angeles Times.

But USC officials said they wanted an agreement that would include improvements to the facility and an operating lease.

Rose Bowl manager Darryl Dunn said the venue's staff would seek an arrangement with USC officials, as long as UCLA agreed to it.

"If it doesn't work for UCLA, it's not going to work for us," he said.

UCLA said in a statement it is willing to review such a proposal, but that protecting the integrity of the school's football program would be its top priority.

I read this and could not believe it. The Coliseum is as much a part of USC as it is LA. That is like The Red Sox leaving Fenway or Dodgers Leaving Dodger Stadium. I don't know that watching USC play in the Rose Bowl would be that appealing. What is next are the Angels gonna have to go and play at the ravine. Or the Ducks at the staples center. How bout the Yanks and Redsox share Fenway. And there is nothing that screams USC football like the Rose Bowl. You know the one on January 1st every year. It is after the Rose Parade. But not for every home game. The city of LA should think about what its citizens want. What we don't want is a NFL team here. Instead they are just thinking about themselves and money. And how are USC students and fans gonna like having to drive to the Rose Bowl several times a year. I think it is STUPID.

Monday, November 26, 2007

So last night as I was staring..............

at my blank television screen wondering what might have been. If Feeley had checked down and not thrown the pass to the wide open defender. If the officials had reviewed a TD late in the first half when it looked like the receiver didn't have control. If the officials call a penalty right when the snapper clearly jumped before Cole came offsides on a 4th and 3. What if The Eagles actually beat the Patriots? Would there be a quarterback controversy? Would Mcnabb be happy about the win? Would Mikell or Considine have made any difference in the secondary? Should I be happy we almost won? Gave them a scare? Well I am not! I am upset because the Eagles had the game it was theirs to lose and they did. Who cares that the beat the spread. I just want to watch my football team win and if that means Feeley starts from now on so be it. I had a feeling that they were actually gonna beat New England. I like the feeling of winning or a chance to win which I don't feel with Mcnabb.

Saturday, November 17, 2007

You may have seen it on tv...........

Here on the west coast the ILWU launched it first commercial. Well recently they released a holiday version. here it is.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

If you remember awhile back..........

I had posted the trailer to a movie. It was called "Eye of The Storm." Well earlier this week I found the movie on Google videos in it's entirety. It is Preceded by the ILWU commercial and a statement from Bob McEllrath. It is approximately one hour long including the precedings. So enjoy.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Another Rob Bell post.........

If you have been to anybodies blog who went to see Rob Bell last night you have read a post about his talk. Well I am not going to get into specifics about it, because I cannot do it justice. He is an amazing teacher. He talked for about an hour and a half but it felt like it was only a few minutes. He gave so much to think about my brain was about to explode. All last night and today I have been thinking that I want to sit and listen to the talk again. I hope that they have a dvd of the tour released like they did with "Everything is Spiritual".

Here is a quote I completely agree with.........

"There should be a law passed stating that anybody who reveals the last five minutes of a film should be hung from their neck until dead." -Stephen King

That is something that I could not agree with more. He is talking about the end of the movie he has coming out called "THE MIST". But it should be true of any movie.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

I was looking around today .........

and I found this article.

L.A.'s unwritten rules of the road are keys to survival
By Sue Doyle, Staff Writer
Article Last Updated: 11/07/2007 04:21:48 PM PST

"Newcomers to Los Angeles learn something real quick about the way things work here: There are the official Department of Motor Vehicles rules of the road and then there are the unofficial L.A. rules.

And if you want to survive these mean streets, you need to understand both.

One L.A. rule works like this: If you're waiting behind cars in a left-turn lane, never expect to go when the arrow turns green.

The first driver in line will almost always be distracted and fail to notice that the precious green arrow is lighted until the last few seconds before it again turns red.

Then the driver will punch the gas and get through the intersection - leaving the rest in line angrily muttering about dimwits until the next green arrow arrives.

Expect the cycle to repeat.

Here's another rule: When on the freeway in gridlock, don't expect drivers to use their blinkers to signal when they want to change lanes.

They'll just slide over in front of you without any advance warning.

Some of these lane-changers believe it's pointless to use blinkers because other motorists are so steamed about sitting in traffic that they won't let anyone get in front of them. So, it's just best to cut them off.

Sound familiar?

Even Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich has compiled a "how to" guide for driving in Los Angeles County.

It hit home when he read it last week to a crowd of business
people and other L.A. officials who had just made their way through maddening traffic to attend an 8 a.m. meeting in Burbank:

Morning rush hour is from 5 a.m. to noon. Evening rush hour is from noon to 7 p.m. Friday's rush hour starts Thursday morning.

The minimum acceptable speed on most freeways is 85 mph.

If you actually stop at a yellow light, you will be rear-ended, cussed out and possibly shot.

MapQuest does not work here. None of the roads are where they say they are, or go where they say they do. All of the freeway off- and on-ramps are moved each night.

If you are in the left lane and only driving 70 in a 55- to 65-mph zone, you are considered a road hazard and will be flipped-off accordingly. If you return the flip, you'll be shot.

Although all rules are subject to change, generally these are ideas to keep in mind when hitting the road in L.A. No doubt there are plenty more.

But there's no class motorists can attend to learn them. No handbook either. It's a roadside behavior that gets embedded in your psyche if you ever want to get anywhere in this jampacked city.

So if you have friends coming to town, please share these rules with them before they arrive.

That way they're already in-the-know about our rules.

Because in the City of Angels, we don't like anything that messes with our commute."

I read it and thought that is exactly how I think while driving. This hit 100% right on. I don't know how many times Mapquest and similar services have gotten me lost.I finally had to resort to the Thomas Guide because that way it gave me a better way of getting unlost. The only part of this article I had any beef with is the rush hour times. 5 in the morning is not the start of the morning rush hour. I am always surprised at how busy the freeways are when I get off at 3 in the morning. I am going to make a statement saying that there is no rush hour. There are rush days! that applies to Monday Thru The Next Monday.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

So Earlier this week.................

I did something I hadn't done in a while. I finished reading a book. No it wasn't Velvet Elvis I finished. (I finished that in July)(I started that in March). The amazing thing is I read this particular book in two days. It just sucked me in. You have probably hard of the television show or even the movie this was made into. It was called "MASH: A Novel Of Three Army Doctors." I love the television series I own the whole set. And the movie I thought was funny but never really got. Then I read this book. After I finished it I had to watch the movie again. (the movie is a lot closer to the book the the television show because that was developed out of the movie). The movie was a whole lot funnier after reading because they explain stuff in the book that they don't in the movie. And I felt like had an inside track to the movie. The book is an easy read, but is is not a young persons book. It isn't obscene it is just young people wouldn't necessarily get some of the things that are brought up. Next I think I am going to try to tackle "Rise To rebellion" by Jeff Shaara. I have started that book a couple of times but because I am not a diligent reader haven't gotten very far into it. As for "Velvet Elvis" it is written by Rob Bell, and if you haven't read it yet I would strongly recommend reading it. He brings up some really good discussion points. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.

Saturday, October 20, 2007

So today while I was sitting here youtubing it..................

all day. Well most of the day. I also watched the USC destruction of Notre Dame. Back to the subject of the post. There is a scene from the show SCRUBS that I just can't get out of my head. It is a scene that shows the greatness and randomness of the show. It features Carla asking Turk if their son wanted to take dance while his friends play football. Turk then proceeds to start singing "Safety Dance". The song is from the early eighties by the band MEN WITHOUT HATS. It is the only song of theirs to catch hold here in the states. Also I found that the episode "My Bright Idea" features the song "All of the Words" by Kutless. (which happens to be one of my favorite bands). The scene is where Carla finds out that she is pregnant. To me I don't really get how the song fits in this scene, but who cares kutless made into primetime television. It rocks.

Here is the scene with Turk doing his thing......

Also after you watch the real song shows up as the second little box below.

And here is the scene featuring Kutless..........


Just the colors have changed. I also made some little minor changes around the page but that is just because i think I am funny. Also The two video bars on the page (sidebar and footer) have been categorized as music video and sitcom/interesting in the respective place. And maybe I will update this thing more often.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

What a weekend...............

This was almost the most forgettable weekend ever. First USC loses to Stanford. Yeah you read that right. With John David Booty looking exactly like his name Booty. Then the Angels get swept in the first round of the playoffs. I hear people saying well at least it was a fun season. I say it was not a fun season. Who cares about the season. That does not matter. The only thing that matters is OCTOBER. And no matter how much we need it Stoneless is not gonna do anything this offseason to help us win. The only thing that saved this from being the worst weekend ever is the fact that the Eagles didn't lose. They couldn't because they had a bye. Oh the pains of being a sports fan.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Music Video

By David Crowder Band.

Sunday, September 30, 2007


The title says it all. The Eagles are now 1-3. And tonight Mcnabb was sacked 12 times. Winston Justice who was great at USC looked completely out of his element by letting the defenders just run past him.

Friday, September 28, 2007

This week.....

Was the start of the new television season. I was excited for new episode of my favorite shows, such as Heroes, and The Office. There were numerous Pilots on this week as well. I think that there are three new shows that I will try to watch this season. Chuck the show about the nerd herd guy who has secrets in his brain. Journeyman, which was a little confusing but worth a second try. The best has to be the show "Life" on NBC. It was well written and looks like it could be around for a while. Now that I have said that. These shows don't have a chance. Here is a list of some of my favorites from last year(how many are still around). Knights of Prosperity, Studio 60 (started with promise but faded), The Black Donnelly's, Andy Barker P.I., Raines..... anyone see a pattern here. They were all cancelled. Then shows like 30 Rock, and a horrible 2nd season of "EARL" get to continue. And Now NBC won't let ITUNES sell their shows. It was one of the good things NBC had and now it is going away.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

On the side bar

I put a youtube of FM Static new song. Don't worry that it is cut off half the screen. There is no video for it it is just the song. I heard for the first time about ten minutes ago, and thought I have to post this song.

"Don't Tase Me, Bro"

Here it is set to music. Classic. If you don't know what I am talking about wake up. It is all over everything.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Ok so I let some time pass

and I am still major upset about the Eagle game. These guys are a bunch of hacks. I mean come on 0-2 after playing the PACKERS AND REDSKINS. That should be two easy wins. So far this year Mcnabb stinks. I almost wished they would have put in Kolb tonight. How do you miss a wide open receiver in the red zone with the game on the line. It is not turning out to be a good season. But hey they were 1-5 at one point last season and they still won the east.

On a little better note. The Angels seem to be a lock for the playoffs this year even though they are scuffling right now. Their magic number is 5 after tonight

On a lot better note The Trojans Of Southern California destroyed Nebraska on Saturday. So maybe those loser down in LSU/SEC will shut up now.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Monday, September 10, 2007

Well week one is in the bag.....

and the Eagles stunk it up! I mean how do you lose to Green Bay and the eighty year old QB? You drop two punts thats how. Yeah that's right TWO punts. From what I heard their defense did pretty well. I didn't get to watch the game cause I worked until 5 that morning so I was sleeping. Right now I am watching the end of the Niner/ Cardinal Game. ZZZzzzzzzzzzz.....zzzzzzz.......zzzzzzzzz..... It is a horribly played game between two teams that I could care less about. Except that I am pulling for Arizona because of Leinart. Gotta root for The Old SC Boys. Except when they play the Eagles. Of course.

Friday, August 17, 2007


I know that some of you may take it for granted. But this week will be the first week in about 2-3 years that i will be able to really sit in church. Without having to worry about being called to do something in the middle. I am excited about this. But I know people will still probably want me to help without realizing that I don't work there, but it will get easier overtime. The thing I am most excited over is that I don't have to be there til everything gets put away. I can go to lunch with my family or friends after church. If you haven't yet I would suggest watching the video in my previous post. It is the most powerful worship song I have ever heard. Everytime I hear it I have to stop and listen to it and the words. And even though it is repetitive everytime they sing fire fall down it gets more and more powerful.

Another video

I know that i have posted alot of videos lately. But this one is a song that I heard first when the overdrive band at church played it. I just could not get it out of my head. So here is Chris Tomlin playing Fire Fall Down.

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Oh Fun

Well today was my last day working for Parkcrest. And boy did I get the coldest sendoff ever. It was almost like they didn't care. While there was a few who said something for the most part it was like whatever. So now I am going to focus on longshoring for now. While it is a great opportunity. Also in a few weeks a friend of mine is moving away.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007


If you haven't noticed, I changed the look of my page. I was getting bored with the old look. Plus it looked like terrible. Hopefully I will be able to post more often in the coming up time. Also I added a poll to my page. And a fancy itunes thing which i thought played music but doesn't. But i added a music video bar Which at the moment has Nickelback videos. That will probably change.

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Here are more pictures from my trip back east. These are pictures of my cousins who live there. I always have a ton of fun being able to play and hang with them. And the time always seems to too short. I can't wait until the next time i can go.

Saturday in New York

Last week while I was on vacation My dad, grandpa, and I went to New York and to the Yankee/ Angel game. We sat in the front row of the outfield bleachers. We were about 5 feet from the bullpen and monument park. It was fun being able to see the stadium before it goes away. and to see the angels win in extras.


These are pictures from my trip. We had gone to the Baseball Hall of Fame. I forgot the camera there. On the way back to my grandparents place we had to drive through Scranton. Which is where the office takes place. We got a few pictures of stuff from the opening. We couldn't find the welcome to Scranton sign. And didn't have all day to look for it.

Monday, June 18, 2007

Tonights Angel Game

Was the most awesome game i have ever watched. Whoduthunk that a game between the ANGELS and Astros would be this intense. first off this past weekend both Kotchman and GA got hurt. so Hillenbrand started today and he has stunk it up this year. He went 3/5 tonight. But that was only the beginning. Lackey didn't have his good stuff tonight so he gave up a 4-1 lead by giving up 5 in the fifth. Carrasco dropped an out at the plate in the top of the seventh thus letting the astros get to 9-5. The bottom of the seventh the ANGELS just kept first to thirding it. And catcher Napoli beat out a critical double play. At the end of the inning the score was 9-9. Top of the ninth sheilds gives up a hit then a walk with an out in between. So the ANGELS brought in Frankie who walked the first batter to load the bases. The next batter hit a bullet that was snagged by Figgins (more about him in a minute). The next batter Biggio struck out on a nasty breaking pitch. Then comes the bottom of the inning. The first two batters get out weakly. Then Willits comes up and singles in the 5-6 hole. The next batter Figgins who was 5/5 from the left side. The Astros thought that they would turn him around. He hits a bullet down the right field line and Willits scores from first while Figgins gets a triple. So Figgins went six for six with a walkoff hit. Angel Stadium just went crazy cuz that was an amazing game it is almost an hour after and i am still hyped up about it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


if you haven't noticed at the bottom of this page there are video clips of arrested development.

I haven't really posted since...


i don't need a title

How bout them ANGELS? they took the freeway series 5 games to 1 this season. Those Doggers didn't have a chance.

I found it kind of funny that on espn rumors for baseball they have Bonds on the trading block. Really what team other than the Giants would want him. I am a fan of the guy but i don't want him on my team. i also read a rumor about Hillenbrand going to the Yankees. I think that if we got 2 dollars back it would be a good deal.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007


i was gonna post but my keyboard is being stupid

Saturday, June 2, 2007

On a more serious note

Here is an article from the band Kutless' website

May 7, 2007
A New Journey for Ryan
After nearly 8 years of playing music together a new journey awaits for both Ryan Shrout and Kutless. Ryan has chosen to leave the band and will be pursuing other interests near his home in Vancouver, WA. We believe that there is a time and season for everything, and we thank Ryan for his dedication to this band and the hard work that he has put into this ministry. We applaud his dedication to his family and God’s calling in his life and we, as Kutless, wish him all the best as he continues to serve our Lord.

Hello Fans and Friends, After much thought and prayer I have decided to leave my position as guitar player for Kutless. As many of you know my daughter was born on January 12th of this year. What most of you do not know is that she was born with an eye condition called Coloboma. Coloboma is pretty much gaps in some or all of the structures of the eyes. This condition is usually apparent by a keyhole shaped iris. This condition varies in severity. Today’s technology is not advanced enough to fix this condition. The statistics for Coloboma are 1 in 10, 000 children are born with this. In Ella’s case it affects both eyes, the condition goes back pretty severely into the structure of her eyes affecting her optic nerve and retina, so her vision is impaired. However, the level it is affected is still unknown. The Pediatric Ophthalmologist believes that her left eye will be legally blind and is still not sure about her right eye. Needless to say I find that it is more important for me to be around to support my wife and daughter in the unknown journey ahead. Ella’s vision capabilities are going to be a wait and see situation. We have been to the pediatric eye specialist 4 times and continue to have to go quite frequently. This is why I feel God is leading me home, to truly be the best father and husband I can be. I wanted to write this letter to thank you for your continued love and support for my family and me. I leave the band on good terms with the other guys, and also their support for my wife, baby girl and I. We both wish each other all the success in our future life paths. In my case I really feel like I am fulfilling what God’s will is for my life. As much as I enjoy being out their every night, playing for you, and sharing the gospel I know that if I do not obey God’s will for my life, my ministry will not continue to be as blessed as it has been. This will not be the end of me playing guitar, after I get things figured out at home I hope to be able to get back in the industry somewhere. I know God is still calling me to music, I just feel that right now I need to fulfill my calling as a husband and father. My family and I thank you from the bottom of our heart for all that you have done for us. I hope that I have impacted your life as much as you have made a difference in mine. I have loved every moment I have gotten to play for you and hope it will not be too long before I am out there again. I hope to see you or hear from you soon and I will cherish the memories I have made in these last 8 years forever. You are truly the best fans in the world. If you would like to do something for our family the best thing is just to continue praying for my family and I. We want God’s will to be done in our lives, whether that be a healing or peace for our family. Thanks, you rock! Ryan Shrout and family

So i go today

to the website and i see a headline that reads "Michael Cera fired from 'Knocked Up'". If you don't know who Michael Cera is he played George Michael on FOX's brilliant comedy "Arrested Development". Here is the link to watch it is greatly funny.
Also below are two videos of Cera doing his thing.

Oh how i miss the days of Arrested Development

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Ducks, and The Real LA Team

I did not win my bid for the tickets so i will be watching the old fashioned way. which is really the new fashioned way because tv are newer than going to games.
Also how 'bout them ANGELS they spanked the doggers in a three game series over the weekend. I mean the doggers didn't even show up to play. and then after it was all over Kent was all whining and crying like he usually does. (no wonder no one likes him) . WILLITS FOR ROY MVP

Here Come The Finals?

The ducks play tonight in Anaheim. it will be game 6 of the western conference finals. the ducks lead 3-2 after their great come from behind win in detroit sunday. The game starts at 6 local time and will be on VERSUS. I am very anxious for the game. If they win it will be the second time in four years they have made it to the finals. And the Senators look beatable. Right now while i am writing this I am watching to see if my bid holds up to go to the game tonight. It has under thirty minutes left. I will post again when it ends.

Monday, May 14, 2007


i know i have not posted in a couple weeks. but i am here now. so how 'bout the office this week. i loved the randomness of the whole group singing "the Gambler" and then the flinstones song at the end. ryan(the temp) was really getting into it. also watching heroes this week. that show rocks. i hate having to wait a whole week in between episode and next week is the season finale so it will be months until a new episode.
Maybe i am weird but i really like the character of SYLAR. he has a dry, dark humor about his character.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

The Drafting of Eagles

So today was the first round of the NFL draft. The EAGLES had their first pick at 26 in the first round. They traded it to the STINKIN' COWBOYS for the second round pick (cowboys acquired from browns) at 36, 3rd round pick #87, and a fifth round pick #198. The first pick they made was very surprising in that it was a QB. (they have 3 already). Kevin Kolb out of Houston was the player selected. Maybe they think that it was insurance in case #5 gets hurt again. With their own second round pick they took DE Victor Abiamiri out of the hated NOTRE DAME. In the third round at pick #87 took OLB Stewart Bradley out of Nebraska. Their last pick of day one was also in the third round at #90 the drafted RB Tony Hunt out of Penn State. Tomorrow they have 4 more picks.

I was very shocked when we did not get a highly rated DB on day one. maybe they see something from someon later on. When you let a player like the Pro Bowler like Michael Lewis go it is gonna hurt if you don't replace him.

Also on another note BONDS hit 742.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Of Angels And Eagles

The Angels are now in first with their 6-1 homestand in which they scored 55 runs. They had scored only 6 in their previous 6. Colon now has 2 wins and has looked great in both games.

Eagles have 26th pick in the first round of the NFL Draft. Updates to follow.

Also BONDS watch on. No homers today. He still stands at 741. he only needs 15 to break the record. (JFTR I am a Barry Bonds Fan). so deal with it.

Thursday, April 26, 2007

18-20 somethings

I am a part of the group of 18- 20 somethings at Parkcrest Christian Church in Long Beach. Here is the Link.

If you find this

if you find this congratulations. i have not advertised it. nor will I.

hey Oh

This is my first post so i am going to start writing here about random things. out