The Real Bachelor…Yeah Boy!!!!!!!!!! February 3, 2006
So all of the ladies have been yacking it up about the Bachelor this season. Apparently he is in France and it is so romantic and blah blah blah….well, don’t believe the hype. The real deal this season is the Flavor of Love with none other than our favorite walking clock, Flavor Flav. VH1 has brought the noise with this masterful combination of rich emotional drama meets skank fest and it’s no joke.
Flavor proves he got game as he tries to find who will be the next Mrs. Flav. At the end of each episode, instead of a lame rose, each lady (we use that term loosely) gets a sweet wall clock necklace so they know “what time it is.” As the season has progressed, the contestants go to Flav to backstab each other and he soon learns that he can’t truss it. You get to see how he chooses to fight the power to have a good time.
We strongly recommend you watch the Flavor of Love. You can watch that other show, cry, and be lame…….we try to help you all we can but we can’t do nothing for you man.
Punxsutawney Phil: Winter is Fabulous! February 2, 2006
So, Punxsutawney Phil has predicted another 6 weeks of winter. That little bitch better be right, because those of us stuck on the eastside are tired of riding mud covered trails and generally living through the what has been the lamest January ever.
Phil also had another Groundhog day surprise: he stunned the world by announcing that he was coming out of the closet. The locals at Gobbler’s Knob were so excited that they threw a huge gay rager and stayed up all night doing the YMCA. Dude, we don’t make this shit up, we just report it straight gonzo style.
Rick Santorum could not be reached for comment, but we’re pretty sure that he’s really pissed off.
Skier beats up Rider January 31, 2006
This may be one of the only times in history that a two-planker got the better of a rider. Of course, the skier was an old man and the rider was a teenage girl.
Click here to read what happened.
We totally know that there is still one night left of Winter X. However, we don’t know very much about skiing or snowcross, and unlike Matt Drudge, we like to stick to covering topics we understand. Anyway, here’s our take on the games:
The Coors Light party train comes rolling into Buttermilk… Gretchen Bleiler hucks a huge crippler in the pipe while Travis Rice dishes a 1080 double rodeo over it. Crazy Train is blasting on the stereo and it’s suddenly the biggest party in X-games history… beer flows like spring water, Carrie White and Molly Aguirre are rocking bikinis, and jewish rider Mike Goldschmidt is high fiving Luke Wynen… Jeff Brushi, Terje, and Craig Kelly are all there to represent, and it is dumping everywhere except for directly on the pipe and slopestyle course, with 32 and sunny in the forecast.
Hell yeah, that would be a tight advert. Anyway, the Final Verdict on Winter X 10? Gladiators, we salute you. See you in Torino.
We here at gonzorangers.com have said that we try to keep it real on the intraweb. Here is knowledge that you can drop down on those techies at work to gain some major Web 2.0 steez points. Now this is by no means an exhaustive list of Web 2.0 sites and applications but some of better ones that the have come across.
Everyone wants to be first with the news. The majority of folks surf CNN or the drugereport shortly after getting their first cup of joe in the morning. That is so 2003. The Web 2.0 way of staying on top of the latest shark attack is Newsvine – a place where users can read, write, and influence the news.
We know that Slashdot has reigned supreme for some time and we still sweat them. Slashdot has a Web 2.0 challenger in the likes of Digg which is a is a technology news website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and social editorial control.
We LIKE having our friends send us invites to share photo albums of their honeymoon to Milwaukee on Kodak.com. We LOVE the ability to do that plus search for ALL honeymoon photos and tag them with the image management and social tagging site Flickr.
The best named site that we use is del.icio.us. Del.icio.us is a social tagging site that you can bookmark your favorite pages, share them with friends, and explore new and interesting sites.
It is no secret that Google Desktop search sends some information back their to servers for non evil purposes. We like our civil liberties and use Copernic Desktop Search which is faster, has a better interface, and won’t slow your machine down to a crawl.« newer posts | older posts »