Slow day at the Tour yesterday - total reshuffling of the leaderboard, big crash for Hincapie, Johan Bruyneel apparently just became a full-time Versus commentator based on how much time he spent in the booth (possibly hiding from French anti-doping stewards, a la Ricco) and Phil Ligget is now reduced to guest appearances on the evening Versus broadcast of the TdF. I don't have much to say because you kind of had to have seen it. Alpe d'Huez, as usual, produced an exceptional race.
Burt friggin' Hoovis clues us in on this great, nearly-quite-safe-for-work blog, Take a Report. Basically, the guy says what you're probably thinking, only he says it in funnier ways.
Plus he's willing to post Scary Sarah Jessica Parker hand pictures.
Cripes, that's terrifying. You normally only see hands like that on The Cryptkeeper. Or perhaps reaching up out of the ground in zombie films. Sex in the City my ass - it's clear why she couldn't maintain a long term relationship, given those hands. They're like a Picture of Dorian Gray, except all the aging goes into the back of her hands, rather than her picture on the wall. Random SITC guy gets up, he's eating breakfast in her kitchen, notices those grippers wrapped around a cup of joe, and then blows orange juice right out of his nose, just before he runs screaming out of the room. Meanwhile, she calls her friend, the blonde trampy one, and wants to know why she is always stuck pulling guys who have this thing about blowing orange juice out their nose at breakfast and then running screaming from her apartment... Just like Julia Louise Dreyfuss' character on Seinfeld was insanely hot and the inside joke is that nobody noticed it, Sarah Jessica Parker was sociopathic and a bit scary looking, and nobody was supposed to notice that. I think she'd be pretty attractive if she put on 20 pounds (Renee Zellwegger... white courtesy phone) but I guess she prefers having starving zombie hands.
Speaking of - which of these two is the greatest Zombie flick of 2004 - Sean of the Dead, or the 2005 Zack Snyder remake of Dawn of the Dead?