Geeking Out at Home

Diann and I spent last night doing something we didn’t think we’d be doing yet: looking at houses online. To this date, I’ve avoided the insane Seattle real-estate market, but we figure it’s time to bite the bullet and jump in.  It just doesn’t show any indication of slowing down in the next 3 years […]

Grey’s Anatomy

So, tonight’s episode of [Grey’s](http://abc.go.com/primetime/greysanatomy/index) … sucked. I hope [ABC](http://www.abc.com/) puts the spin-off thing up to a vote, cause the whole Los Angeles bit seemed awkward, forced, and contrived. I’d vote no, and the other 7 or 8 people I watched it with said the same. Some of them even left early to go to […]

Last night’s Lost episode

Wow. So, the amazing thing to me about last night’s episode of Lost is that the writers of the show obviously had a lot of foresight two years ago when they were filming the opening sequences of the show. I don’t want to say anything more than that because I don’t want to release spoilers, […]

Lost Season Premiere

Ok, so this week, Lost kicked up it's new season. Good show, as I expected – definitely some twists I didn't expect. BUT GOOD GRACIOUS HOW CAN ABC FIT MORE COMMERCIALS IN THERE? Seriously, ABC… We all understand you've got a great show. Probably the most-watched show in it's timeslot. I didn't time it, but […]

Delay of Game

It's Saturday, so I've been watching some college ball, and I've come to realize – Delay of Game penalties kind of defeat the purpose. When called, the ref has to mumble for about 20 seconds, the offense and defense have to reset, and a new 24 second clock starts. I figure every Delay of Game […]

The Apprentices

So, I've been a fan of The Apprentice for a bit now, so I decided that I should at least give the benefit of the doubt to Martha and check out the other Apprentice to see how it is. I don't much like Martha's Apprentice nearly as much as Donald's Apprentice, and I don't really […]

Countdown

Today, Keith Olbermann of Countdown had a great little editorial piece about the way the Bush administration has handled the unfurling crisis in New Orleans. The full editorial can be viewed here. … But now, at least, it is has stopped getting exponentially worse in Mississippi and Alabama and New Orleans and Louisiana (the state, […]