I love the way this video was shot.
This SNL skit single handedly made up for all the garbage SNL has made us sit through for the last who knows how many years.
Can't wait for this Forest Hills Drive to drop.
being able to spend another Thanksgiving with my family.
The MLS season is winding down and the conference finals are upon us.
The Galaxy won today 1-0, but we're going to face a tough test going into Seattle with a spot in the MLS Cup on the line.
It was nice to see Stub Hub Center full today and it's been awesome to see how the sport has really kept gaining momentum and growing here.
I took like 300 photos, these were just a select few of my favorites. (I really need to invest in a solid telephoto option.)
Let's Go Galaxy!
UPDATE: It tasted...not good.
Everything you loved from 80s TV in one crazy YouTube video.
I will forever be in awe of people who have the creativity to come up with crazy, awesome sh*t like this.
This has me feeling all kinds of sad.
They say the key to writing is just to write. And then to write some more. Write about anything. It's ok if it doesn't make sense. It's ok if there's mistakes.
I've never kept a journal, I've always felt like it would be to unintentionally depressing. Plus, I don't really live an exciting life: wake up, go to work, come home, go to sleep, so it all over again can only go so far...
Nevertheless, I want to give it a legit shot and will be doing my best to make it a daily habit.
Some days will probably be longer than others and some maybe nothing more than a few words, a photo, video or something else.
I'm going to try. I
The copy could use some work, but the video is great.
Thankful to have had the opportunity to watch the greatest American soccer player to ever suit up for the USA, play the last regular season home game of his career.
It was only appropriate that the game had Supporter's Shield and playoff implications and pitted two of the USA's best players, in Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey, against each other
It's quite amazing how far MLS has come the last few years, and if you had a chance to watch the game, which ended in a 2-2 tie (to set off an epic season finale in Seattle on Saturday), you should be excited about the future of soccer in this country.
There's not much to write other than: another year, another disappointment.
Clayton Kershaw should have been pulled earlier, our bullpen was a serious Achilles heel, and our never woke up.
Obviously, changes are coming this offseason. Does Ned Colleti survive? He probably shouldn't. What about Mattingly? Will Clayton bounce back from his second consecutive Postseason implosion?
Unfortunately, the front office will probably be the only thing to get any sort of major overhaul because of the contracts the team is saddled with.
Roster turnaround will probably be minimal, with the exception of Ethier probably getting moved. The bullpen needs help, but who knows how it will get upgraded.
So now we get to suffer through the Giants and Cardinals in the NLCS, which pretty much means I'm rooting for the American League from this point on. Seriously though, Bud should use his last Commissioner's Decree to automatically move these two into the NLCS every year. They already do anything possible to have them advance, so just skip the song and dance.
So hang in there fellow Dodgers fans. Just try to hang in there.
From my iPhone
Sunday night at Disneyland. We've had better days.
Every few weeks, I come across something great on the internet.
Today, is one of the days, as I present to you the "thesimpsonsig", an Instragram page dedicated to 15-second Simpsons video clips.
Who knows if it's an official account, there's enough there to think that it might be, but assuming it doesn't get taken down, at least your Tuesday is now pretty booked solid.
Enjoy a few photos I took from the game. These are always a challenge because I try to find new ways to shoot the same view. I'm also working with limited zoom because "professional" cameras are not allowed. Not only are these the last few games of Landon Donovan's MLS/Football career, it's probably the last time we'll see Thierry Henry in Los Angeles.
Thanks again to Sevag for the invite.