Archive for March, 2011
Tonights Podcast will be featuring the headliners of Rocky Top Talk: Joel, and Will.
Special Guests include:
We’ll be covering the recent acquisition by University of Tennessee former Missouri State University Bears coach Cuonzo Martin. We’ll also be going over the Lady Vols end of season.
So should be a great evening!
- Big news "@SultanAlQassemi: Breaking Al Jazeera: The Syrian government submits its resignation #Syria quot; #
- Wow! @fieldproducer: Syrian State TV is reporting that President Assad has accepted the resignation of the cabinet #Syria #
- Ok tweeps. Hate to ask it but need some good luck thoughts! Big day tommorow and need all the luck o the Irish I can muster #
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As I alluded to earlier I’ll be away most of this morning.
Going to be a very busy day from the onset. I’ll announce the results as soon as I have them. As the esteemed Ralph Waldo Emerson once said “It was a high counsel that I once heard given to a young person, ‘Always do what you are afraid to do.’”. Thusly today I go forth to do what I have been afraid to do thus far.
Meanwhile don’t forget to join me tonight via the RockyTopTalk Podcast as we talk Missouri State University and University of Tennessee Basketball, coaches and other points of interest.
Ya’ll be good, and try not to spill anything on the carpet will ya?
People who count their chickens before they are hatched, act very wisely, because chickens run about so absurdly that it is impossible to count them accurately.
Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde (Oscar Wilde)
And some Dropkick Murphy’s to get the day started jammy
“The immigrant’s heart marches to the beat of two quite different drums, one from the old homeland and the other from the new. The immigrant has to bridge these two worlds, living comfortably in the new and bringing the best of his or her ancient identity and heritage to bear on life in an adopted homeland.”
- Irish President McAleese
How about a catchy tune this morning from The Irish Rovers? The Drunken Sailor
Well actually it’s some infamous blogger who just happens to blog about sports occasionally and the guys of RockyTopTalk!
Or more precisely since University of Tennessee hired away MSU’s Basketball coach Cuonzo Martin, I’ve been asked to toss some information regarding our adventures in Basketball etc out here in Bear-land.
Many thanks to Joel for the opportunity, and as this will be my first live PodCast with a studio crew I’ll try not to embarrass myself, our few but loyal reader base here at RegisteredEvil or the Bears
You will be able to listen in via the PodCast on Wednesday at 21:00 EST, 20:00 CST Right Here
That’s right my friends, I have not only found my daily cigar, but the perfect combo. Here it is:
CAO Brazilia Gol and a brand of Birch Beer only available up north: Weis.
How I came up with this killer combo? When I enjoy a nice cigar, I like to have a beverage with me to keep my mouth moistened, and my palate clean. This past weekend, I was headed out to the porch to savor my newly found favorite moderately priced stogie, when I went to the fridge, I noticed I had nothing worth drinking, then I spotted my wife’s stash of Weis Birch Beer, and figured “what the hell, I’m, an adventurer” and out I went.
I fired up my cigar, and took a few puffs, then opened the can, and what ensued was a barage of flavor, and distinct enjoyment. The flavors of both the soda, and the smoke combined in what I can only describe as an erotic dance.
Now if you will excuse me, I am off to find a distributor of the Birch Beer, as I live in Georgia, and not up north.
Till next time, Happy Smoking.
Got some changes coming round here.
We are in the last week of our Irish dedication, and I hope you have enjoyed our stories of Ireland, as well as the music and quotes from the country as well.
The big change is up in the air. We ask that you cross your fingers. It is something I, at least, have been striving for a very long time to gain a footing within. Because of this, there is a high possibility that our blogging may experience a transition in the near future. Some things are happening in my career that may make blogging either more common, or regular. Currently I try to have posts up by no later than 9 am. That time may shift to extremely early, or conversely extremely late.
However while the transition takes place we may go a few days without a post. We are not quitting. Careers just take precedence you know?
Otherwise continue to expect your College Sports coverage, political analysis, cigar reviews and other material of eclectic interest you have come to know and love.
Hello, this is the long lost soul. I have been a stranger here, but I finally have a chance to breathe.
A lot has happened in my absence, and here is a brief update.
First and foremost, my son started walking, and forced me to lock all the cabinets in the house, as he appears to be a little terror already. Another thing he has started doing is shaking his head no…I wonder where he got that one from.
Another new event is the introduction of yard work to my weekends. For the first year of our marriage, we lived in an apartment, and there was no outdoor maintenance there. Now that we are in a house, and the landlord said to me “Do whatever you want to with it, make it your own, paint walls, take down doors, and rip up shrubs if you want, we dont care…” Yea, I have done all of that, even remodeled the kitchen a bit
With that said, I have taken out all of the shrubs, and tiny trees that were making the front yard look like a bit of a jungle, and constructed 14′ flower beds on both sides of the porch, and the wife and I have planted about 40 flowers in there.
One of the most noteworthy ventures of late, is that I have quit smoking cigarettes yet again, and have repleced them with fine cigars. The little one is starting to mimic everything I do, and I dont want that to be one of the things that he starts because he saw me doing it.
Aside from all that, I have been extremely busy at work, as I have made the move to an IT position in my growing company, it keeps me very busy.
Well, thats all the updates for now, stay tuned…
- Wow RT @SportsandBoobs: I want Jason Whitlock to lose all of his senses & end up not being able to afford a wheelchair like Stephen Hawking. #
- Is it september yet? #cantwaitforfootVOLseason #
- Me either heh but I avoid tv save sports @AnnaGDM: I have never seen an episode of ER, Friends, Seinfeld or Sex in the City #100factsaboutme #
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When anyone asks me about the Irish character, I say look at the trees. Maimed, stark and misshapen, but ferociously tenacious
Richard Alfred Milliken
How about something a little more low key today eh? Work has me addled so lets go for Dick Gaughan’s rendition of Song for Ireland
- I give 24hrs at best before Daffy says he personally shot down the F15 with a bow, arrow and chewing gum #
- Is Your Employer Taking Advantage of You? – InsideTech.com http://bit.ly/ep5vFq via @InsideTechNews #
- Check your area before calling it a night. Stay Alert, Stay Alive! @wxchannel: Overnight tornado watches http://t.co/d7sgYql #
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The problem with Ireland is that it’s a country full of genius, but with absolutely no talent.
Given that I have been swamped at work how about something a little more inspiring or calming? A old Irish ditty called Down by the Gardens, Sally
- Pearl Announcement Soon http://t.co/VwIe1kb via @RockyTopTalk #
- Took the words out of my mouth @TPoole706: Lord, will UT ever be normal again?????" #
- Wil need thx 2 NFL@darrenrovell: MTV2 has committed to broadcasting the entire Lingerie Football League '11-'12 season live & in full length #
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