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