Scott Van Pelt has lunch with Minnesota Twins star, The Fragile One (a.k.a. Joe Mauer), but Scott can’t get anything right when talking to a true Minnesotan. Found at YouTube from WhozYourPaddy via @RobertStanke.
Dave Foley, the comedian famous from Kids in the Hall and NewsRadio, appeared on Keith Olbermann‘s show last night and, after being shocked at how old he looks, I was even more dumbstruck when it dawned on me that he looks exactly like conservative South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham. Ironic, huh? One’s a funny liberal and the other is a sourpuss conservative.
The following is a photo of Lindsay Graham; in the subsequent video clip from Olbermann’s show, modern-day Foley appears about half-way through.
I always ask people, if they could have nine lives, what would they do with them; how would the live them? My nephew turned the tables on me this weekend and asked me if I had nine deaths, what would they be?
This is breathtaking. Form Saturday Night Live star Victoria Jackson is so crazy even Fox News is uncomfortable with her rantings.
This is a greatFresh Air interview with Brian Billick, the former Vikings assistant, and Baltimore Ravens’ head coach, about what it’s like to be a coach of an NFL team.
From the NPR web site: On January 28, 2001, Coach Brian Billick led the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl victory over the New York Giants. The Ravens became only the third wild card team in NFL history to win the Super Bowl — and gave Baltimore its first Super Bowl title in 30 years.
Billick played college football at the U.S. Air Force Academy and Brigham Young University. He was drafted in 1977 by the San Francisco 49ers, but never played in the NFL.
Billick spent nine seasons as the Ravens’ head coach after seven seasons as an assistant coach with the Minnesota Vikings. After leaving the Ravens, Billick immediately took a position as an analyst with NFL on FOX. Billick’s new book, More Than a Game: The Glorious Present and Uncertain Future of the NFL, details his long career in the NFL and analyzes current trends in the league.