Thursday, October 6, 2011

Good Job

I have been watching the facebook today and I am sad to report on the passing of Bill Gates. Thank you for sharing your "window" to the world.

I hope you have found a grassy hill somewhere.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

the google

Apparently the Google and the Bing both think I am one of the top 3 resources to go to to pay tribute to Michael Jordan's legacy (it's not just about the dunks guys).

But then there is a guy with his own the facebook who also linked me up. I'd link him up, but I think it's a secret.

Sometimes when I think real hard about Michael Jordan, I get bummed out about his creepy-moustache period. I want to choose to remember him as a slam-dunker unfettered by the weight of a wispy mustache.

I think he would have wanted it that way.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Michael Jordan, still dead

I miss him so much sometimes that I feel like my heart has been slammed dunk through my chest. I hope the world remember him for all the good he did, like inventing Hanes briefs, showing us that a Slam Dunk was more than just a layup, and teaching us that even if you have been to space jam you can still play the basketball.

Thursday, February 10, 2011


My friend Chris thinks that Joe Hornaceck should be the next coach of the Jazz. He should probably write an email to them about it.


Mubarak may only be retiring as the head coach of Egypt to be the ASSITANT coach at the Utah Jazz.

updates to follow.

Hey Mubarak

Just cause you made it big in Egypt doesn't mean that you can coach basketball in Utah.

Not a death

No, Jeffrey Sloan is not dead, but he will no longer be the coach of the Utah Jazzes. Also, his assistant Phil Jackson will be retiring with him. I am glad that after Phil beat him so many times in the championships that he is still willing to be his assitance AND retire with him.

Plus I wonder if this is all Devon Williams fault?