PLEASE NOTE THAT I HAVE SHUT DOWN THE COMMENT SECTION ON THIS PATICULAR POST, AS IT’S GOTTEN OUT OF CONTROL. I’M NOT CONDEMNING ANYONE WHO POSTED ANYTHING ON THE SUBJECT OF CLAY AIKEN, AS I WAS THE ONE WHO STARTED THE FIRESTORM.
I HOPE IF YOU DISCOVERED THIS BLOG AND ENJOY THE MIXTURE OF BASEBALL AND POP CULTURE YOU WILL STAY, BUT IF YOU’RE HERE JUST TO RANT ABOUT CLAY AIKEN, I ASK YOU GO TO OTHER SITES THAT ARE MORE SPECIFIC TO THAT TOPIC. ONCE AGAIN, I’M FULLY AWARE THAT I STARTED THIS THREAD, BUT I CAN HONESTLY SAY I HAD NO IDEA THE MONSTER IT WOULD BECOME. I AM TAKING A HIATUS ON POSTING ON CLAY, AS THIS SITE STRIVES TO BE A LITTLE MORE THAN THAT. WE ALL HAVE OUR OWN FANATICAL PASSIONS THAT MOST THINK ARE A BIT STRANGE, SO I WISH THE CLAY NATION NOTHING BUT THE BEST.
You know what bothers me about myself is that the ads for Levitra are so ridiculous, but the woman in the commercials does such a good job of acting like she’s in complete heat that I can’t turn away.
On a similar subject, how is it that ESPN can continue to sell ads to this company that markets a product called Enzyte “the once a day product for male enhancement.” Enzyte has even sponsored a car in the (not making this up) Busch series. Could someone with a medical background come on here and explain how there is no way to make your penis bigger. Obviously, a lot of men are still falling for this, as the ad has run for over a year now. Just the other day, I received an email from Clay Aiken complaining about being ripped off by this product. (I’m sorry, I can’t help myself.)
Since it’s the off-season, maybe the guru of Under the Knife can break down the medical elements of Enzyte?
I’m not a scotch drinker, but I can guarantee you that I will never consume a drop of Glenfiddich, as their beyond pretentious print ads star some bizarre character named Brock Savage who annoys me beyond belief.
I don’t do too much pimpin’ of other sites, but if you are a college basketball fan this is the place to go. Yoni Cohen does a great job putting it together, even if I do think he’s a bit of an Arizona Wildcats homer.
If you are a Big 10 b-ball fan, John Gasaway does a great job covering the conference’s scene.
The best new tune out there is Pressure Point by the Zutons. I can’t recommend the rest of the disc (sounds like a funky version of the Guess Who) but this song is definitely worth downloading.
While it doesn’t have anything as catchy as Pressure Point, the Riddlin Kids release is really strong.