Hindsight in the Super Bowl Halftime Show

6 02 2011

The Super Bowl Halftime show, isn’t it exciting? Seriously, anything can happen. From Janet Jackson’s nipple, to I mean, there’s nothing to follow that up. We all saw Janet Jackson with star covered nipples. No one will ever come close to garnering that kind of fame again, but there’s still plenty to say about this years show. Jump on over to get it started. Ha, pun.

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Video Vriday: NFL Silliness and the Trailer for ‘Rubber’

21 01 2011

Short and sweet, it’s Friday and I’m about ready to pass out from exhaustion.

I’m sure there are plenty of good videos from this week that I’m either forgetting about or just neglecting to post, but here are three of the funniest videos I saw this week. I highly recommend that you guys that don’t care about football still click the jump and catch the trailer for Rubber if you haven’t already. People don’t make that many movies about psychic tires named Robert too often.

Anyways, the top video is a Youtube video that lampoons Brett Favre and Lebron James simultaneously. First off, that guy playing Brett Favre is ridiculously good. Secondly, I have to admit that those penis jokes at the end of the video really made my day (especially Peyton Man-thing), but how the heck could they not include “Purple Peniseater”? Is that too obscure of a football reference, or is it just too raunchy for an R-rated internet video?

After the jump we have videos that compare Bart Scott of the New York Jets to Ollie the Weatherman and preview what should be the Blake Griffin of new movies.

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Liveblog: Packers vs. Falcons

15 01 2011

Hastily put together liveblog time! The over/under for FALCON PUNCH jokes is 11.5. It’s the NFL Playoffs on The Media Experiment!

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BCS National Title Liveblog: Auburn vs. Oregon

10 01 2011

 

"Bitch"

"SORRY, I CAN'T HEAR YOU OVER THE SOUND OF MY MONEY!'

What? Two straight days of sports coverage? Blasphemy! Indeed, yesterday’s NFL Playoff liveblog was a new experience for me, but I had relative fun with it, even when the Chiefs were  getting the shit kicked out of them so hard that they had to take a break, get some food, and let it digest into more shit to get kicked out. In short, it’s good to have a game that I won’t be so emotionally vested into.

In short, I want the Ducks to win simply because the SEC is too awesome, but I think Auburn will win because the SEC is too awesome, and it’s no small feat to go undefeated in the SEC. If this game becomes a blowout, expect me to end the liveblog at that point. That said, I have nothing in my way to stop me from tracking this game, not even school.

So click the jump and get your Refresh button ready at 7 PM Central Time! It’s the BCS National Championship on The Media Experiment!

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Liveblog: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

9 01 2011

That’s right mofos, The Media Experiment does sports too! Of course, it’s definitely not going to fair, and it’s definitely going to be at least a little biased. I’ve been alive for 18 years, and the one time I watched the Chiefs in the playoffs, they really didn’t deserve to be there. So, of course, that got their asses handed to them by the eventual Super Bowl winning Colts. Since then, well, it hasn’t been pretty.

But it’s a new season, a new day, a new Chiefs team. Sure, this team isn’t a world beater. Kansas City got most of their wins at home and against the easiest schedule in the NFL. Their only win against a playoff team is against the 8-9 Seahawks, and the only other win that most would consider “great” is against the Chargers in week one.

The Ravens are a great team, definitely capable of going as far as the Super Bowl. So here we are. Playoff football. Ravens. Chiefs. It’s the NFL Playoffs on The Media Experiment! Follow me after the jump see updated thoughts on the game, including mixed emotions, lots of cussing, and (likely) childish weeping whether the Chiefs win or lose.

Liveblog after the jump!

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Review: ‘The Rookie’ by Scott Sigler

31 12 2010

For the past four years or so, I have gone on a trip with my father, his father, and a group of my grandfather’s former co-workers to Hays, Kansas in December. While this yearly get-together is labeled a “pheasant hunting trip”, it truly is a lot more than that. It’s a chance for my grandpa to catch up with a lot of his good friends from work, who are all a bunch of goofballs that playfully torment him (and the rest of the Suppes clan) to no end. It’s a time to get some fresh air and take in the scenery whilst shooting at birds. Most importantly, though, it’s a time to embrace the three qualities that define a man’s existence: Family, friends, and being a man.

Does this have anything to do with The Rookie, a science fiction and sports drama novel by Scott Sigler? A little bit, as those three qualities are key to all of the people in the book, especially the main character. But I guess the real reason I’m talking about my family matters is because I spent every second, and by every second I mean every motherf*cking second not spent hanging out with the hunting party reading The Rookie on my brand-spanking new Kindle. It shouldn’t have come as a surprise to me that I got hooked on yet another work by Scott Sigler (I also got cocaine-like addictions while reading Infected, Contagious, and Ancestor), but it simply amazes me that I constantly get rock solid support for my Sigler mancrush in the form of his work.

Click the jump to get the rest of this review, and lots of reasons to grab this book.

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