Due to my two-week hiatus from this website, I have a lot of catching up to do. So, let’s get right to it.
“Why?” This is the question I would like to ask Roger Clemens. Not only did the man incriminate his self by originally testifying before Congress in February 2008, but now he has decided to “take that sh*t to trial,” to quote the great The Last Mr. Bigg. Is his ego really that big? C’mon, Rog, everyone knows you took the juice. Do you think we forgot about your little “roid rage” incident during game two of the 2000 World Series? Allow the photo above to remind you. You should have just admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs in the beginning and moved on with your life. Now, for someone who should have been a no-doubter, it’ll be a good decade before you’re even considered to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Have you seen Chad Ochocinco’s show on VH1―”Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch?” Well, if you haven’t, please do yourself a favor and watch an episode. A forewarning, though, you might experience intense mixed emotions after watching 10 minutes. It’s a helluva time. My lovely wife has DVR’d every damn episode, which I shamefully look forward to watching each week. It’s sad, I know.
Beyond his show, however, did you also hear about his recent Twitter tweets? During a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Ochocinco tweeted during prohibited hours, which is apparently a violation of NFL policy. In fact, the use of cell phones, computers, or other electronic equipment by players and coaches is prohibited from 90 minutes before kickoff through the end of the game. Then, more recently, ole Chad tweeted about his relationship with Evelyn Lozada. And, no, she is not one of the women from his show on VH1. You can imagine how well this went over with the VH1 producers. Attaboy, Chad.
Finally, I would like to turn your attention to the infamous Glenn Beck. For those of you who don’t personally know me, my political commentary can sometimes be misconstrued as “communist rhetoric,” as Pedigo recently noted. I simply referred to my commentary as the truth; you can accept or refute it, I don’t care. Anywho, I’m sure many of you are well aware of Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally this past weekend at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in our nation’s capital. Unfortunately, I was unable to watch this “historic” talk; however, after listening and reading numerous commentaries this morning, it seemed to be as somewhat uneventful. I found this to be a bit surprising, since Beck is a well-known entertainer in the news media industry, along with the likes of Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly, and Keith Olbermann. Thousands of sheeple were in attendance, which leaves me wondering who is the greater “looker”―Beck or the sheeple? You tell me.
Until next week, folks, stay elevated. Go Cats!
As always, if you have a good candidate for “Looker of the Week,” please let us know. And remember, refrain from making dim-witted remarks and/or engaging in ludicrous acts, or you may just be our next “Looker.” Cheers!