I’m not a huge sports fan, but I do like a good photo op. I just got back from a rally downtown celebrating the Black Hawks Stanley Cup victory this week.
I wasn’t planning on going down there today, but once I saw the news reports, it looked like I shouldn’t miss it.
It was the kind of event that kids around 10 to 14 are going to look back and say, “I remember when my parents took me downtown Chicago to see the Hawks rally. What a great memory.”
It was piping hot, and people were drunky blitzed out of their minds. They were climbing up street poles and on top of bus stops. They were dancing and screaming things at each other.
I wasn’t really sure why they were saying “Detroit sucks!”
There were a couple, “Oh you just watched the last game!”
Which made me think that the guys who screamed that only watched the last couple games.
I’ll upload some photos later. I need to knock out some work and watch the France World Cup game that I recorded. I didn’t record the Mexico vs. South Africa game this morning.
Don’t forget to do something for someone else today. Preferably more than one person.
That’s what Fridays are for.
This is handy, you should look at it.
It’s a world map with airfare costs.
June 10, 2010 on CNN
August marks what would have been Mother Teresa’s 100th birthday, with commemorative masses, exhibitions and other events around the world heralding the occasion. But count the Empire State Building out of the celebrations.
New York City’s tallest skyscraper has declined to shine the colorful, festive lights that it reserves for special occasions in her honor, leaving some of the nun’s followers feeling slighted.
“Selection as an Empire State Building Lighting Partner is at the sole discretion of the ownership and management of the Empire State Building Company LLC,” the privately owned building’s website says. The site says that selection is “a privilege, not an entitlement.”
Via Atheist Media