I’m going to tell you what movie should have won the Oscar for Best Picture every single year I have been alive. As you know, my opinions are always correct.
There is no creature on this earth more vile and hateful than a radio DJ.
I’m sure everyone’s had the experience of listening in despair as an idiot DJ babbles over the first twenty seconds of a good song. Finally, your jam comes on, and Booger keeps yapping about something eminently forgettable. It’s worse than smallpox.
The Olympics are coming, and I have devised what would unquestionably be the greatest Olympic sporting event in the history of mankind: the Men’s Downhill Ski For Men Who’ve Never Skied.
Let’s talk about the latest Star Wars film, “The Last Jedi,” which Mrs. MAJ and I saw on Saturday and thoroughly enjoyed. THERE ARE SPOILERS IN THIS COLUMN. DO NOT KEEP READING IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN IT.
In Part 1 of this one day extravaganza of baseball talk I talked about the 61 best Blue Jays of all time… who didn’t make the top 60. Let’s do the top sixty now.
I liked my Hall of Fame column so much I decided to tell you who the best 50 Blue Jays of all time were. Suddenly I’d been working on it for a week and it was 121.
The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was in convincing people that Marvel movies are good movies. In fact, they blow chunks.
Okay, not all of them blow chunks. “Iron Man” is an objectively excellent movie. “Spider-Man Homecoming” was good. After that they’re formulaic nonsense at best.
It was my birthday two days ago. I’m now 114 years old. Okay, I’m 46, but it’s how you feel that counts.
They’ve released the 2018 ballot for the Baseball Hall of Fame and I thought it would be fun to look at all the candidates and explain to you who these guys are and why they should or shouldn’t be in… oh no, a baseball post!
Please send me a cordless drill so I can put holes in my head to get this song out.