Saturday, February 09, 2008
I have new cartoons over at PolitickerME and PolitickerNJ that I still have to post links to, but for now, for those of you who know who he is, enjoy this clip of Chris "Boomer" Berman, the man behind the man. It was posted over at Sports by Brooks, a great blog for sports-related news. Originally, there were three, but two of them have been taken down by the man. Here's the one that remains:
The sad thing is I love Berman, and I wish ABC never took over Sunday Night Football, b/c it means I have to get my football highlights from Chris Collinsworth instead of Berman and Tom Jackson on 'Primetime.'
Friday, February 08, 2008
Thursday, February 07, 2008
Click on image for full cartoonWell, I had planned to have this cartoon for all the Politicker sites today, but with Romney dropping out of the race, obviously it won't work. Check back later for a cartoon on Romney pulling out.
So the least I could do is share it with you guys. What's funny is I could replace Romney with Hillary and it'd work just fine.
And on top of it all, I can't believe Ron Paul outlasted Romney in this race. Maybe that could be an idea...
Romney Decries Democrats, 'Evil Extremism' in Withdrawal Speech
New York Observer
BREAKING: Romney to endorse McCain tonight?
Click on image for full cartoonPipkin supporter files FEC complaint against Harris and Club for Growth
Wynn files FEC complaint against Edwards
Wednesday, February 06, 2008
Click on image for full cartoonFrom Chuck Todd at MSNBC:
"It looks like Obama, by the narrowest of margins, won last night’s delegate hunt. By our estimates, he picked up 840 to 849 delegates versus 829-838 for Clinton; the Obama camp projects winning by nine delegates (845-836). He also won more states (13 to Clinton’s eight; New Mexico is still outstanding), although she won the most populous ones (California and New York). And Obama’s argument that he might be the most electable Democrat in a general election was bolstered by the fact that he won nine red states versus four for Clinton. Yet with Clinton’s overall superdelegate lead (259-170, based on the lists they've released to us), and when you toss in the 63-48 lead Obama had among pledged delegates going into Super Tuesday, it appears Clinton has about 70 more overall delegates than Obama does (1140-1150 for Clinton versus 1070 to 1080 for Obama). It’s that close, folks…"
Monday, February 04, 2008
Click on image for full cartoonWhat a game! WHAT A GAME!!! Man, that has to go down as one of the best Super Bowls in the history of the game!!!!
While I still have a sore-spot against the Giants for surviving against my Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV, I was more than estactic to see them upset the heavily favored and media-anointed Patriots.
Here's the play of the game, a 30-yard completion on 3rd down and 13, that kept the Giant's drive going in the final seconds of the Super Bowl, eventually leading to a game-winning 13-yard touchdown pass to Plaxico Burress. Jerry Izenberg at the Star-Ledger has a great summary of the drive here.
How close was the catch to hitting the grass?
Pretty f'ing close!
And lets not forget before the game, a cocky Tom Brady scoffing at Plaxico's prediction that the Giants would win, and hold the Patriots high powered offense to 17 points.
Plaxico ended up being wrong. The Giants didn't hold the Patriots to 17 points.
They held them to 14 points.