You know what annoys me? When they make a superhero movie- like Spider Man– five minutes ago, and before it’s even out of the theaters, they’re already re-imagining that which is still being imagined.
That’s where Mustang Wanted comes in. He’s a real life Spider Man, no rebooting necessary. He was the best part of my online news grab. Cause the rest of this spin cycle was . . . annoying.
The DA is gonna file battery charges against Justin Bieber after he spit on his neighbor and threatened to kill him. Man, I wish Potsie 2K would have been neighbors with OJ.
And speaking of neighbors . . . Chris Brown claims he “lost everything” after putting Rihanna in the hospital back in 2009. Well, he didn’t lose his kneecaps to a Louisville Slugger. In my old neighborhood, that would’ve been the bill.
And speaking of bills . . . Hey, I get that CBS is swimming in the Red Sea thanks to all that money they forked over for the rights to the NCAA Tournament. But there’s no way in hell I’m sitting through thirty minutes worth of commercials to watch the last three minutes of a game.
TV Timeout Thought of the Day . . .
For the love of God, can our social media crazed society just leave Joe Biden alone for two minutes?
And speaking of sorry . . . My Yankees are receiving their Karmic comeuppance. That’s what happens when you tear down a living museum and replace it with a Tiffany showroom with ticket prices to match. After which they stopped overbidding for every pretty face on the hot stove because they didn’t want to take the financial hit . . since that’s what the fans are for. And now they’re fielding the first 200 million dollar Triple A team. Karma.
And speaking of amateur hour . . . Kim Jong Un claims his nukes are not for sale at any price and that he’s not afraid to use them. Puhleeze! The only people this guy is warring with are his barber and his dietician. Who’s he going to war with? Portlandia?
And speaking of wars both real and imagined . . . No matter how much the Fox News producers or Jim Carrey’s agent try, they can’t make me care about this feud.
And speaking of much ado about nothing . . . I disagree with the criticism over the Walking Dead finale. Carl was right to take down that Woodburian in cold blood. It’s not like they were going to be college roomies. And having the Governor go off the rails and then bounce may not appease those who were looking for a showdown, but it was the right move. I liken his disappearance to Darth Vader’s TIE fighter spinning through the galaxy at the end of the original Star Wars. Hell hath no fury come Season 4.
I feel me some Kung Fu Disco coming on. Eh, blame it on Joe . . .