A crowd of about 2,500 stood outside of the AAC to watch the Mavs play the Heat on those huge screens. Unlike Jerry and the Cowboys, the Mavs didn’t charge for the viewing experience, just for parking.
Jason Terry’s profile needs to be put on a milk carton.
Dallas is known for its beautiful women, but somehow not a single one was near the sidelines of last night’s game.
One person on the sidelines definitely stood out. Some dude with douche hair was sitting next to the Maverick’s bench and he work his sun glasses the entire game.
I often hear people state how folks in the Asian culture take care and revere their elders, but I think many don’t take in consideration how much the elders still care for the young. Case in point, Japan and the nuclear disaster. Two-hundred-fifty Japanese elderly, having already experienced most of the stages of life and showing unselfishness, wants to replace younger workers for nuclear cleanup.
With every other house in our neighborhood getting a new roof, I thought it was time for me to call the insurance company.
I was pretty impressed with this preview of Windows 8. It seems like something you would see in Back to the Future II. It’s about time computers start to make the screen interactive just like most smart phones.
I saw a dude cruising the streets of Coppell on a Segway yesterday.
I watched Gran Torino this weekend. The Asians made me think of my mom and just a little bit of my childhood, and the cranky old military vet reminded me of my father. Overall, it was a good movie even though the events after the climax were pretty predictable. It was the kind of movie that a college professor of mine would make me identify and analyze the “Jesus figure”.