So here we go again, another Monday in the books. To borrow a bit from Keith, Green Bay - hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha, thanks for showing up for awhile.
It's funny, during the week I think of all these great things I want to write about and then I write about nothing. I just forget about the things I wanted to write about. I should get a notepad or something to write things down on. I wonder if people would ask me what the notepad was for. I'd totally have to make something up because I couldn't say "this blog I spend my workday on." Ah screw it, I'll start writing my thoughts down. Sometimes they are good thoughts.
In gambling news, Freak has laid down like 60 bets in 3 days. Wow. I bet on 2 soccer games today, I hope I win.
Screw it, I know people only want one thing from me so here it is, of course I put something else in front of it first:
Mortensen Report* -
After their embarrassing loss to the Saints expect major changes from the Packers this weekend. These changes could include benching Aaron Rodgers in favor of Matt Flynn. Word out of Packers camp is that they know what they have in Rodgers and it might be time to see what they have in Flynn. As you recall Flynn is the man who beat out the higher drafted Brian Brohm for the 2nd string job.
Movie Review* -
This movie is about Australia, seriously, the title is not misleading in any way. Go figure. Anyway, so of course this movie is animated and is basically a rip off of those Madagascar movies. In this movie Chris Rock plays a Kangaroo who is totally into hip hop and is a stoner. George Carlin, before he died, did the voice for a grumpy crocodile who keeps getting called an alligator and is therefore grumpy. He might win a posthumous (or however that is spelled) Oscar. I think he will. Queen Latifah is in every animated movie now because she is too fat to fit on the big screen in person. She plays an out of place Koala who is mildly retarded. He thinks he was born with SIDS, a stance that really upsets the crocodile. Anyway, Paul Hogan is in the movie too as well as all the other Australian stars, except ones that could get better work.
So the plot is that these goofy animals need to save Christmas in Australia. As usual in animated comedies fart jokes are plentiful and much animated hilarity ensues. Try to cover the kids' eyes for the crocodile death scene though, it makes Bambi's mom's death look like a cake walk. Anyway I won't spoil the made up conclusion for you, but it was fantabulous.
3.5 helmet stickers out of 5.
*100% made up, maybe. I don't know, maybe they are real. I just made them up but sometimes I make things up that are real.