first, where my weekend left off from the previous post. Saturday Night Live had a few good moments but most of the show was just so so. ROH was spectacular. if i could have found more time this weekend, i would have watched it all over again.
now, for my Sunday... spent most of the day under a Tornado Watch. luckily, all we got was some wind and a ton of rain. no flooding, but the ditch was full. i did see a few branches down as i was taking down the trash 45 minutes ago.
my fantasy football day was beyond frustrating. not many touchdowns and way too many injuries. that being said, i still managed to win one of my matches. the other one will take a miracle on Monday Night Football.
the New York Rangers lost to the Kings 1-0. i watched enough of the game to know they had plenty of chances to win, just ran into a hot goalie. shit happens. the good news is Rick Nash will be back in the lineup soon.
the Sunday night shows were good. Boardwalk Empire had a few lovely twists at the end of the show. Eastbound and Down made me howl at the last few minutes. holy shit cameos and the perfect way to end the show. Homeland was brilliant, especially with the ending. Masters of Sex was pretty good but to be honest, by that point my eyes were trying to close on me. Total Divas made me laugh out loud. just the fucked up lives of professional wrestlers i suppose.
kudos to DIRECTV for the alert system they have. it certainly got my fucking attention when the tornado warning went up. i don't believe any twisters hit around here but i know Indiana and Illinois got hit pretty hard. i suppose when i wake up here in a few hours i'll get a better sense of the damage.
right now, i'm just hoping the trash stays in one place and i am asleep in the next 10 minutes.
hope everyone had a great weekend, all things considered. i'm off to go find a warm blanket as this cold front has dropped the temps by 30 degrees.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit - Live from Alabama
Tei Shi - Saudade
Shannon Labrie - Just Be Honest
St. Paul & The Broken Bones - Greetings from St. Paul & The Broken Bones
"There's no such thing as simple. Simple is hard." - Martin Scorsese