Friday, December 31, 2010

New Year's Eve Television Lineup

1. New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest, Fergie, Jenny McCarthy and Dick Clark - ABC 10-11pm, 11:30pm-2:11am
featuring Jennifer Hudson, Drake, Train, Willow Smith, NKOTB, Backstreet Boys, Greyson from YouTube, Avril Lavigne

2. NBC's New Year's Eve with Carson Daly- NBC/CNBC 10-11pm, 11:30pm-12:30am featuring Lil' Wayne, Nicki Minaj, My Chemical Romance

3. MTV New Year's Eve Special with Whitney Cummings- MTV/MTV2 10pm-1am, featuring Flo Rida, Snooki, Jersey Shore cast

4. 106 & Party with Terrence J and Rocsi- BET 10pm-1am, featuring the Young Money/Cash Money crew except for Drake, Weezy F. Baby, Nicki

5. Watch What Happens New Year's Eve with Andy Cohen- Bravo 10:30pm-1am, featuring pregnant Kim Zolciak and Housewives from all over the country

6. New Year's Eve Live with Nancy O'Dell- Fox 11pm-1am, featuring Travie McCoy, David Archuleta

7. All American New Year's Eve with Megyn Kelly and Bill Hemmer- Fox News 11pm-1am, featuring Katherine McPhee

8. CNN New Year's Eve Live with Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin- CNN 11pm-1am, featuring comedy and news reports from all around the country

9. Sucker-Free Year End Countdown with DJ Envy, Angela Yee- MTV2 8:30-10:30pm, featuring hip hop music videos

10. Year of the Quarterback Special with Joe Tesitorre- ESPN 11pm-12am, featuring Trent Dilfer, Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice and other interviews with the best college and pro QB's + live QB contests/experiments

-OWN (Oprah's TV Net) launches tomorrow at 12pm

-Fuse TV/ BET are showing the top music vids of the year all night leading into New Year's Day

-Shaun Robinson takes over for Nancy O'Dell for the Rose Parade tomorrow morning at 11M on NBC and on ABC, HGTV, Hallmark, Univision,, Travel Channel

-Snooki's drop in the ball takes place on MTV New Year's Eve LIVE

-Smokey Robinson performs on WGN America for NYE

-NHL Outdoor hockey game is in primetime on Saturday, NBC

-Rose Bowl and Fiesta Bowl, 5pm and 8pm on ESPN featuring Wisconsin/TCU, UConn/OK

-3 UFC MMA fights will be seen on broadcast TV for the first time, UFC 125 prelims will be on Ion TV at 9pm

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

President Obama is glad Mike Vick got a 2nd chance

1. First of all, Megyn Kelly is supposed to be a journalist, why are the way her questions were asked so biased? If you want to take a position on an issue that's fine, but don't portray yourself as a journalist. Bring on 2 people who are against your viewpoint instead of bringing in an "accomplise" who supports your position to go against someone who opposes your position as if it's a debate, which it clearly wasn't.

2. President Obama called the Eagles owner and the owner made this conversation public, not the President; also the President in the past and in the present has STRONGLY condemned Michael Vick's actions, so the notion that the President supports Mike Vick's actions just because he commended the Eagles' actions is one of the stupidest things I've ever heard!

3. Dog lovers used Michael Vick as a scapegoat which is why he served 2 YEARS for dogfighting, why can't the President and/or Vick supporters use him as a scapegoat to why everyone, even prisoners, deserve 2nd chances??

4. After all the work Vick has done to show why dogfighting is wrong, dog lovers and Megyn Kelly are STILL "dogging" on him???!!!!! C'mon son!

Monday, December 27, 2010


Let me first cover this recent scandal of LeBron suspossedly endorsing "contraction" of NBA teams. Here is LBJ's exact quote courtesy of ESPN:

  • "Hopefully the league can figure out one way where it can go back to the '80s where you had three or four All-Stars, three or four superstars, three or four Hall of Famers on the same team," James said. "The league was great. It wasn't as watered down as it is [now]."

    In fact, James seemed to have a couple of ideas of which teams could go and some players who would make other teams better right now.

    "[Contraction] is not my job; I'm a player but that is why it, the league, was so great," James said.

    "Imagine if you could take Kevin Love offMinnesota and add him to another team and you shrink the [league]. Looking at some of the teams that aren't that great, you take Brook Lopez or you take Devin Harris off these teams that aren't that good right now and you add him to a team that could be really good. Not saying let's take New Jersey and let's take Minnesota out of the league. But hey, you guys are not stupid, I'm not stupid, it would be great for the league."

Taking superstars and building superstar teams IS NOT the same thing as contraction, so for people to want to make a story out of LBJ and make inaccurate inferences about his views is WRONG!!! He clearly said in those last lines, he's not saying we should take those teams out of the league, he's just saying that he wishes there were clones of the Miami Heat all around the league. It's just his opinion. And BTW, having a superstar team doesn't necessarily guarantee you a championship, how about the Detroit Pistons? San Antonio Spurs? Both teams are just a bunch of sidekicks (excluding Duncan) who when they played/play together became stars. Stop trying to take his comments out of context!

Now to LBJ's move away from Cleveland.....

1. How many owners make obligations 2 players that they are not going 2 trade them but do anyway.

2. Kobe has always had a sidekick, Duncan had a sidekick, the Pistons were all sidekicks lol, MJ had a sidekick ... Who did LBJ have?? LBJ carried his team on his back. Let's look at it this way, if you took LBJ out of Cleveland and took Kobe out of LA, which team had the better chance of winning a title, the team that had the least chance would probably be the team that didn't give the star player much help, correct??

3. Yes, he made a promise that he was gonna win a title for Cleveland but LBJ can't play and make management decisions + Every1 makes those type of promises: Shaq said the same thing in Cleveland and Phoenix

4. I can't believe this guy can't make a business decision without everyone dogging on him 24/7, hell, I can't believe we're still TALKING ABOUT THIS!!! SMH!

And that's all I've got to say about that......comments? questions? Email me @ or comment below.

Saturday, December 25, 2010

MMMMMIIIIIIAAAAAAAMMMMMIIIIIII HHHHHHEEEEEEEAAAAAAAATTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!! They doubted us but we still did what we had 2 do 2 beat LA!!

Friday, December 24, 2010

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Is it still possible for the Ravens to clinch the number 2 spot in the playoffs?

RAVENS FANS (Pay attention!)
The Steelers are going against the Panthers and Browns while the Ravens are battling the Browns and the Bengals over the last 2 weeks of the NFL Season.
Here's the scenario:
If BMore wants to clinch the #2 in the AFC and the division crown the following things must happen:
1. The Ravens MUST win their next two games against Cleveland, Cincinnati
2. Assuming the Steelers beat the worst team in the NFL, the Panthers, next week, the Steelers HAVE to lose on the last week of the season vs. the Browns.
3. If the Steelers go 0-2 and the Ravens go 2-0, the Ravens are #2 (BEST CASE SCENARIO)
4. If the Steelers and Ravens both go 1-1, the Steelers are #2
5. If the Steelers and Ravens both go 0-2, the Steelers are #2
6. If the Steelers go 2-0 and the Ravens go 0-2, the Steelers are #2
7. If they both win out the Steelers are #2
Too many scenarios right? The Steelers have an advantage because they have a better division record than us at 4-1 while we are 2-2. So is it possible? YES Is it likely? NO Lemme know if u have any questions and are still confused. Either way, we're most likely in the playoffs but the Ravens still HAVE TO WIN these next 2 games, very crucial.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Donovan McNabb BENCHED!

First of all thankz 2 everyone who is reading my blog on, we're number 3 tonight!
Second, for my opinions on McNabb's benching click here: (Scroll all the way to the bottom)

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Larry King, My Thoughts.

When Larry King interviews you, he does it with class. He doesn't try to invoke his opinion. He doesn't try to play "gotcha" with guests. He doesn't try to be the main story on the show. He just acts like Larry. He doesn't pretend to be someone he's not. He doesn't act uncivilized or predict the end of the world. He doesn't lambaste anyone with vulgarity. He's just a cool, slick dude. Yes, maybe America doesn't like normalcy and sanity anymore which is why his ratings went down. Maybe they wanna hear loud screaming and shouting from people like Keith and Bill. But Larry never compromised or tried to conform to the ever-changing partisan landscape of cable news. He stuck to the same script that he stuck with 25 years ago, the guest was the most important part of the show. Larry, thank you for being you. I've grown up with you from my baby years through my adolescence and it's been an honor to watch you on CNN. Thanx 4 the memories. Gone from TV but not forgotten.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

MAN! New York was THISCLOSE to beating Boston.....good job guys

Monday, December 13, 2010

Larry King's last day is Thursday and Oprah is leaving in April 2011....No, the world is comin 2 an end LOL

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Man, @KingJames i'm so proud of u LMAO u finally got ur revenge on Cleveland. Thats whats only if the Heat could play like this vs. Contenders!
LeBron aka @KingJames, after all they hatin' they've been doin' you better whoop Cleveland's @$$!
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