Cultural fewmet

March 21, 2010

Culutral Fewmets

Filed under: Uncategorized — culturalfewmet @ 11:05 pm
Tags:

I have gone most of March without a single hit on this blog, so I thought it was time to define this blog.

Cultural Fewmets – Cultural implies that which binds, such as media, sports, literature, goverment, or the flag which represents our country. Fewmets is the animal droppings which hunters use to track their prey.  The crap which binds us or how that which binds us has become crap. Simple.

Advertisements

March 17, 2010

Musing…

Filed under: Uncategorized — culturalfewmet @ 1:16 am
Tags:

Has the syphilis of fame finally gone to Tom Hanks’ head?  The answer is — yes.

Elton John commented that someone he dated committed suicide because they were Christian and it made them feel guilty. Is he sure that he wasn’t the reason? I think his favorite pronoun is I.

How big of an A##whole must James Cameron be to have a movie make that much and not get an Oscar?

March 11, 2010

Questions

Filed under: Uncategorized — culturalfewmet @ 1:36 pm
Tags:

Ever get the feeling that freedom is an illusion?

When was the last time David Letterman was funny?

Why can’t NBC cancel Saturday Night Live?

When was the last time Saturday Night Live funny?

What’s more frightening a tornado or a hurricane?

March 6, 2010

NFL Free Agency

Filed under: Uncategorized — culturalfewmet @ 8:05 pm
Tags:

Yes, I like football. I don’t know why, but I like football. Do I like the combone, free agency, and the draft? They are football related activities, but in many ways they are the reality show version of football. Get to know the young would be baller, feel his pain in the 40, watch him sweet the draft.  Will your favorite would be pro get drafted by your favorite team, or by a dreaded enemy? Will he make the team? Will he make the team with getting picked up for drunk driving? Who will be the next Pacman Jones? Ahhh, football preseason, post season, et al. It makes you pine for training camp and games.

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.