Rest In Peace – Ultimate Warrior Dead At 54

The Ultimate Warrior

Just days after he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, the Ultimate Warrior has passed away at the age of 54. The story broke last night just after midnight when real life WWE Chief Operating Officer and WWE Superstar Triple H announced the news via Twitter. Warrior, who was born Jim Hellwig but legally changed his name to simply Warrior in 1993, was on RAW Monday night for the first time in years. … Continue reading

Jimmy Fallon Is Knocking It Out Of The Park

Jimmy Fallon, Idina Menzel & The Roots

This post started out as a Current Favs On YouTube post but I quickly realized that there was a common bond between all 3 of these videos: Jimmy Fallon.  In case you’ve been living under a rock and don’t know who Jimmy Fallon is he’s the 39 year old genius that recently took over hosting the Tonight Show.  Before taking the reigns from Jay Leno, Fallon was on Saturday Night Live and hosted his own … Continue reading

What’s On Tap For WrestleMania XXX Weekend

WrestleMania Weekend Agenda

We’re less than two weeks away from WrestleMania XXX on April 6th, 2014.  Once again Pip, Marko and I will be attempting to “walk that aisle” and tackle the structure known simply as The Beeramid.  We’ve been working hard on our rules of engagement (IE, the WrestleMania 30 Drinking Game) and now it’s time to try and figure out the rest of the weekend. WrestleMania 30 – I’ve pretty much covered this one, but wanted … Continue reading

The First Non Sudsy Beer Shot – Bushmills Irish Whiskey

Bushmills Irish Whiskey

I started the Beer Shots category here on the blog as my response / version of all the “foodie” blogs on the web.  I’m a huge beer fan and not just for the “Let’s go out and get hammered” aspect… I genuilly love the stuff.  In addition to beer though, I’m a HUGE whiskey fan.  So… as of this post, I figured I’m going to expand Beer Shots into all things drinking in the world … Continue reading

Talk About An Unprofessional LinkedIn Response

I'm An Unprofessional

LinkedIn is an incredibly powerful networking tool for professionals to connect with their colleagues, find new job opportunities and get to better know their industry.  Think of it as Facebook for professionals.  Sadly, not everyone who’s got a LinkedIn account remembers the “professional” part of that title. I ran across this in my Facebook feed last night when it was shared by a professional for which I have the utmost respect.  As I dug in … Continue reading

Taking A Closer Look At My Former Fast Food Obsession

Fuck McDonalds

I’ve got plenty of vices.  I love beer.  I’m big fan of whiskey and I make every excuse (legit or not) to not work out nearly as often as I should.  That said, I’ve had one vice that’s proven the most difficult to beat: Fast Food. Kicking my fast food habit has been more difficult (in some ways at least) than when I quit dipping.  Thanks to the folks at KillTheCan.org I’ve got that one … Continue reading

Philip Seymour Hoffman – Polarizing Social Media

Philip Seymour Hoffman

I’ve had several topics in the last couple of months that surprised me at their polarity.  I’ve recapped a couple of these on the blog here: Ignorance, Free Speech And Duck Dynasty Black Friday Shopping On Thanksgiving… Please Don’t The Rolling Stones… I Just Don’t Get It I was sort of shocked the other day when I posted (apparently) yet another polarizing topic when I talked about my thoughts on the passing of actor Philip … Continue reading

The Wolf Of Wall Street – Jordan Belfort’s A Dick

The Wolf Of Wall Street (2013)

It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted a movie review here on the site.  That’s not to say that I’m not watching movies… far from it.  It’s just that I’ve been watching primarily horror flicks which I review over at ScareTissue.com. That said, Wife and kids were out of town recently and I had the opportunity to watch a non-horror flick in the theater: The Wolf Of Wall Street.  I’d been interested in this … Continue reading

Is The WWE Working Its Fans?

Vince McMahon

Is the WWE working its fans?  In a word… “Yes”. With the Royal Rumble last week, we’re now well on the Road To WrestleMania and the WWE machine is in high gear.  There have been several major developments in the WWE since the Royal Rumble, a show which many fans didn’t like.  I wrote a piece defending the Rumble, and with so much going on it’s time for another post. I’m going to attempt to … Continue reading