On Saturday, I celebrated the Green Bay Packers advancing to the NFC Championships by destroying two bottles of Chardonnay with a couple friends and singing karaoke until the wee hours of the evening (Singstar Rock, Pop & Amped; ask for it by name). While most Wisconsinites were content in sucking down beer and brats, we kept it far classier and refined, although we all look the same passed out on the kitchen floor, I’m quite certain.
On Sunday, the entire nation was shocked by two things:
1. The realization that Lambeau Field would host the NFC Championships (God damn!)
2. The worst list of Golden Globe winners in recorded history.
While I won’t bust on the Golden Globes too much, I will say that Billy Bush and Nancy O’Dell are the embodiment of Pop Culture dimness; an entire genre of blank, talentless faces that make a living on the success and creativity of others. How freaking disgusting and sad it must be to wake up and know that you bring nothing to the table of life but your ability to read from a prompter and hold a microphone in the general direction of someone who actually did something worthwhile with their life.
Best run-on ever. Seriously though, screw the pop culture press. I’m through with them in the worst way. Furthermore, did network television poop in the cereal of all the Golden Globes voting members? If were part of the Big 4, you were almost guaranteed not to win a thing.
Unless, of course, you were Tina Fey.
Congrats, Tina. Just call me Wanty McWantwant. Let’s move on.
More importantly, I won’t have to once again watch my idol, Brett Favre, travel to Dallas and lose the NFC Championships. The only thing standing between the epic Favre/Brady Superbowl matchup is a banged-up Chargers offense and a Giants team that’s running on so much heart that there’s already a Disney movie in production about their season. Peyton Manning is playing the role of Eli, because hey, he won’t have much to do for the next few weeks.
At the beginning of the season, I thought that seeing Green Bay in the playoffs would have been an amazing accomplishment. Now, I know it’s their destiny. They will defeat perfection, cementing Brett Favre as the greatest quarterback ever to play the game of football. Mark it.
I’m working on lots of new things this week. Check it ‘oot!
1. I’m compiling a Season 3 Lost recap, along with a Season 4 preview.
2. I’m preparing for a HUGE interview on Wednesday night; I’ll give you the scoop when I can.
3. I’m considering throwing myself a birthday party, and you’re all invited. More info soon.
4. Prepare for the CDP Nationwide Mix-Tape Exchange #2! It’s coming in February!
Sound off in the comments section and enjoy your day. American Gladiators is on tonight, which means that Crush is on tonight, which means that I’ll be staying home tonight.