Moderately Cerebral Bias is one of my daily stops as I wheel around the internets. And MCBias is one of the most rational, and yet amusing voices out there. Witness his attempt to get the Ladies… to hurry up and post the Hot Blogger Brackets already.
I actually have him as a dark horse (or dark bar) candidate to pull a few upsets. If you want to see the pic I submitted it can be found here. Just kidding, that’s actually Jamie Mottram.
I might as well put out a links post while I’m here. I won’t get to work on a real post until later.
Pyle of List has interviewed Lady Andrea. And yes, I probably will link to every one of these, because I like getting to know the people behind my favorite sites.
Hilarious prank question gets a serious response from the Big Ten Network.
Is the U. of Arkansas throwing in with Tyson to get juicier, meatier breasts on their players?
The College Baseball Blog is keeping us updated on Conference Tournament scores. I follow the ACC, but there’s lots more once you get there.
Sarah at Strike Zones and End Zones continues her look at “that fan”, trying not to notice that you can see the hoo-ha on Wears Stilettos to a Game Girl.
Over at the Starting Five, a deconstruction of LeBron’s failure to play like a franchise star.
This is what I love about Marco – he goes places. Like, he puts on pants and leaves his parents’ basement and meets people in public. He’s a blogger role model.
Someone always has to compound the misery of a tragic event by filing a lawsuit.
If you put John Daly on Dancing With the Stars, I guarantee I’d finally tune in.
Paul at Mr. Thursday’s Curious Mechanism will help you tune up your pirate skeelz in time for Pirates of the Caribbean 3.
And, finally – maybe kids aren’t buying baseball cards because they suck now. When something is intentionally made to be a “collectible”, it loses all value, in my humble opinion.