Found on YouTube – mozart is my boo

I was up late and caught some of Amadeus last night on HBO or what not. I decided to look up a bit more about the drunken composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart…

Went here
Went there
Went to Wikipedia
Went to YouTube

and found this awesome comment under the “Mozart Requiem Mass in D Minor VI – Confutatis and Lacrimosa” video that I was watching (which I have heard done better IMHO).

mozart is my boo comment on YouTube

“mozart is my boo” – that’s awesome zombie7272!

Backup New York Giants Tight End Kevin Boss Godly Wikipedia

Kevin Boss Strange Wikipedia Entry

The New York Giants won the NFL Super Bowl back in February over the 18-1 not 19-0TM New England Patriots. Many have attributed some of the success to the fact that disruptive pro bowl tight end Jeremy Shockey got hurt and was unable to play. Rumors have since circulated that Shockey will be traded, released, or somehow not with the team next year and the move is likely to come during the first day of the NFL Draft.

Shockey’s replacement Kevin Boss is the only one that does not believe that.

“He’ll be back,” Boss said, per Vacchiano. “I’ve got a lot more to learn from him. He’s been a great mentor. Obviously he’s a better player than me. He can do some things I can’t yet.”

Doing a little research on the modest not as good Boss shows he is right about Shockey being the superior douchebag and football player regardless of whether he is right about him being back in blue next season or not. Research lead to the Kevin Boss Wikipedia entry that seemed simple enough except for one strange line (maybe I am missing something somewhere???):

Kevin Boss has also been referred to by many as God in the second coming.

WTF does that mean? Is that a prank? Is that a rightfully mad Giants fan that sees that Boss is not THAT good that you can throw away a talent like Shockey? Or is that Shockey himself editing that entry, after all he is disgruntled by the perception that the Giants got better when he was off the field.

Anyone have any insight on this or the Patriots trying to trade mark “19-0″ (link above) when they finished 18-1? Don’t Stop Believing

A Wikipedia for “teabagging”? Seriously?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teabagging

Do we need this?

Actually, I guess we do. There is a professor at a Big Ten school in the Midwest who mused–during a lecture in an auditorium–whether we can ascribe mental states to a tea bag (in the context of the philosophical problem of other minds). Apparently she didn’t understand why the frat boys in class were chuckling. “Tee hee hee.” Now, I wasn’t there, but there are the reliable reports of upstanding teaching assistants who relayed this information to Ol’ Spanky here.

It sucks to be the new guy. “What did he mean when he called me a dooshabagga?”

Sheesh.