Well I have been thinking of a good topic that everyone on this blog would have an opinion on and I believe I have come up with one. I hope everyone will voice there opinion on the comment section. So how do you feel about the merger of north and south schools? I must admit I was not to crazy about it at first. But after a little bit of time. I am starting to change my mind. It may not be bad at all. If you think back 20 years ago(holy shit) yes 20 years when I was going to be a freshmen at the new MNHS I was not liking it but it was the best 4 years of my life. Some of my best friends were from other schools. As far as sports I don't like it that fewer kids will be able to participate, but we will be more competitive with the bigger schools now. But I still don't agree with the hiring process of Coach Warford. I don't blame him or have anything against him I blame Dale Todd and his puppet Jim"Hog Head"Price for the way it all went down. As for me I will support the Mustangs and be at the ballgames and what ever else I can do because our kids will be there before we know it. Although I will miss the Chant of MUHLENBERG NORTH!!!!!!!!!!!!
One Of My Favorite Comedians, Ron White, Apparently Had A Campaign For The Presidency. This Could Be Offensive To Some.
I will post more video from the campaign in the coming days. Enjoy!!!!!!
As those close to me in the 1980's and early 1990's know, I was a huge Michael Jackson fan. It saddened me to hear of his passing. My mom was so concerned I would be tore up over it that she called me 3 times before I even left for work that night. Boot called too. Jordan couldn't figure out why everybody thought I would be so upset over the passing of what she calls a "child molester"(never convicted). I couldn't figure it out either. I hated to hear of Michael's passing, but we weren't really boys, no matter what "T" thought. I also have long wondered whether or not Michael was really fondling young boys or whether people were just trying to get money. I think Michael was definitely weird, and we know he admitted to having sleepovers with kids. This is not normal. However, to me (an admitted MJ fan) Michael always seemed genuine in his love for the kids. I think he liked kids because he never got to be one. The guys damn property was a theme park. All that said, as much as I loved his music and dancing, Maddie would never be allowed to go over to Michael's and play. Just in case.
Like him or not, Michael was one of the most influential and charismatic entertainers of our lifetime. Not since Elvis has the death of a musician caused such a stir (sorry Biggie, sorry Pac). You can say all you want how much you don't like Michael. You can say he was a freak. You can say he loved little boys. You can tell your jokes about the food poisoning. However, all of you haters will also all remember where you were when you heard Michael had passed on. It's just one of those things that people will always remember. Even if you hate him, call me in 30 years and I bet you'll still remember. Like him or not, he was a legendary performer who had a global impact. You could go to any corner of the Earth and people would know Michael Jackson. We've all saw the old concert footage of Michael in obscure countries who can't even understand the words to the songs, but they were going nuts. If you had to try to come up with the 5 most famous people in the world, I think Michael would have to be in the conversation. Now that the creature that Michael had become is dead, I'm gonna channel all my Michael memories to the 1980's. A time when Michael truly was the "King of Pop". Sorry to ramble on, but I loved me some Michael Jackson back in the day. I listened to Michael's music all night Thursday night and Friday morning at work. I have about 6 cd's I keep in my locker to pop in from time to time in the lab, and MJ was one of them. That's gotta be a testament to my "fanhood". Seacrest, out.
I knew never to trust the folks in Muhlenberg County. UK has had to report a minor violation, thanks to the people of John Prine’s favorite place as they advertised Darius Miller as being part of a high school basketball camp at which he would be volunteering. There is nothing wrong with Darius participating and Muhlenberg was certainly glad to have him. BUT, they are not allowed to use him to promote the camp. Because they did, UK had to report a violation and Darius might have to miss one game next season…through no fault of his own.
Hard to know who to blame more here, the NCAA or the good people of Muhlenberg. However the one not to blame is the one who will be punished…Darius. How absurd.
Jason R. Berry
Kentucky State Police
Central Forensic Laboratory
Another good video. I love the "suck it" to Hubert Davis at the end.
I will go on record and say we will see a few left handed dunks this coming season. Wall's a righty. I wonder why he likes to dunk with his left so much? Don't really matter to me. He gets so much praise for his handles and passing. You never hear much about his hops, but man he's got em.
This is Kennedy Bunch, #42, with Coach Vinson in the background. Many wonder why he won't wear the red colors of his team to the games. Red sucks, that's why. I told them if I had a WKU shirt I would have worn it, but I don't have one anymore. I need to invest in a new one I guess.
This is a clip of Maddie playing 2B. I try to get the girls to not leave their hands on their knees while the other team is hitting. The parents think it's funny I guess.
It's been a while since I posted any uk stuff so here you go. Thanks to Grant for telling me about this video. Also keep your fingers crossed Jodie makes his decision monday.