Monday, July 9, 2007


1. Dude had to have been on steroids, right?

2. Let the games begin!

3. So the lease is up in 3 months.

Living in the city -
Higher prices
No accessibility of basic needs. i.e. Grocery store
Parking sucks
Winters are horrific

Living in the suburbs -
Older crowd
Uglier chicks
Social life will not be as good as the city

Decisions, decisions.

4. If you haven’t seen Transformers, you suck!

From Wiki -

On May 30, 2007, Dreamworks greenlit two sequels to Transformers,[107] and Shia LaBeouf,[108] Megan Fox[109] and Peter Cullen[40] signed on to return. Producer Tom DeSanto has envisioned a storyline introducing the Dinobots, the Constructicons, and Soundwave.[15] Writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman may not return, as "Star Trek... is taking up kind of all of our time."[26] Michael Bay has not signed on, "trying to keep some leverage for the negotiations",[40] but already has ideas, including an aircraft carrier character.[110]

In its first weekend, Transformers grossed $67 million, amounting to a $152.5 million opening week, giving it the record for the biggest opening week for a non-sequel.

1 comment:

J.ust O.ver B.roke said...

Goal number 1 = greatest sarcastic post ever.

As far as the city not being accessible to grocery stores, are you out of your mind? One of the best things about living in the city is the fact that you can WALK to a grocery store if you want to. They're everywhere. If you want chocolate milk at 1:30am on a Wednesday night but you're out of chocolate sauce and live in the burbs, what do you do? Either say eff it or you get in your car and drive somewhere. In the city? You toss on some flip-flops and walk to the local Jewel or Walgreens. Case closed.

It's Chicago - winter is going to suck everywhere, but at least you don't have to drive wherever you choose to go.

As far as Transformers and sequels, Bay wanted to use the aircraft carrier in the first one, but budget constraints said no. I've seen sketches of Soundwave, although I'm having a little difficulty locating them again. Bay will be back ...