I want you and your beautiful soul
Hey, I'm totally still here. I've been far too distracted lately thinking about Jesse McCartney and Evan's new favorite song, "Beautiful Soul". I highly recommend it. Even more than the song is the adorable 16-year-old artist(?), Jesse McCartney.
Above: Jesse lookin' tough
He's just too cute!! He used to be in a band called Sugar Beats. However, that's when he was much younger and not into love yet. teehee!!
Above: Guns Blazin'!!!
However, I have to figure that other teenie-popstars like Aaron Carter can be happy about Jesse getting in on the action. I mean, Jesse is so much cuter!!!
Above: Aaron it out
After reading that picture of the younger carter, I learned two things: Nick Carter is hard up for work and I'm not sure that Jesse and Aaron Carter are different people.
Okay, let's talk about sports now. I was watching sportscenter the other night and found out that Jeff Gordon is now (since he won today) within 4 victories of catching Dead Dale Sr. for the all-time win total in NASCAR history. During that same segment Steve Levy also said, "Restrictor plates get me sooooo hot." Which was hilarious, but anyway...I have to think that the passing of Dead Dale Sr (extra joke there, think about it) by Jeff Gordon and his rainbow warriors has to be the most annoying thing to NASCAR fans since the premier of Queer Eye or losing the Civil War. I mean, Gordon actually graduated high school!!! There's a good chance he's gonna be chased by crazed fans like Hank Aaron was when he was trying to pass Ruth. Should be interesting to see how it goes down. And yes, I know it's nascar. SHUTUP!!!
I'm furious with baseball. There, I said it.
After watching the spring game and then reading the cfn preview of the bucks, I'm way too geared up for college football to start. I had a bit of an insight while reading through some of the articles on cfn. Everyone, including myself, is high on iowa this year. There's good reason for that, they're good. However, they are gonna have a major problem: replacing the d-line. I remember last year when everyone thought our LBs would be good enough to overcome the fact we lost our great d-line. I didn't quite work that way. We got zero qb pressure and it really hurt the D. It's a problem that's generally ignored, line strength, but there's a good chance it's going to hurt iowa this coming year like it hurt us last season. Therefore, after realizing that fact and looking at the schedule, I think there's a good chance we'll be 10-0 heading into Ann Arbor. However, I'm not saying it's a lock, you'll know that once I bust out my way to early game by game predictions. Who called the NW game last year?? And ND over Mich?? You know who silly. This guy.