Sunday, February 1, 2009

Things I Rather Watch

For me it's very easy, without any reservations that I must confess that I hate anything associated with the Superbowl. I know I might sound opinionated but I could never understand football. And God knows I tried. I remember buying season tickets to see the Orangemen play at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse. After three games I gave my tickets away to a friend. I just don't get it. All through the years I have asked friends what is it that they like about the sport. All I hear is mumbles, something like the classroom teacher in Peanuts. I think is the slowest most boring game ever developed in the history of mankind. Curling comes a close second. So I went to the movies to see Daniel Craig's piercing blue eyes, I mean his latest movie Defiance. The movie is based on the true story of a group of Jewish refugees living in the woods of Nazi occupied Belarus during World War II. Is not a bad movie. The dialogue is a little bit tiresome because everybody is speaking English with fake Russian accents. But going back to those eyes. I am mesmerized my Daniel Craig' eyes, but that's another post. So If you like to watch Daniel's eyes for two hours this is the film for you. Monday shall be a more exciting day, I hope.


Avril Fleur said...

I'm with you! Football sucks! Now hockey...THERE'S a real game!! lol!

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry did you say something?
I was being mesmerized by two blue eyes!!
Not a football fan either!

Steph said...

Not into football, as you know. And blue eyes? My lady has the most beautiful blue eyes I've ever seen.

Cynthia said...

Pink Cowboy, I'm with you. Sometimes football just doesn't take. I watched four years of high school games during marching band season. Go team! I tried so much to care but all I could care about was if anyone got hurt. Pretty eyes or football? Hummmm, I'll take the former. Come over to Oasis, I miss you! <3

willow said...

I saw the preview for the movie and thought it looked good. I'm with you on Craig's eyes. Dream-eee!

Rab said...

Not into the gladiatorial games? Well at least you did not have trouble finding a seat at the theater, I bet!

In Tampa there were signs everywhere:
Rent your house for the Superbowl! $1,000 per day!! Go to

No mention about the possibility of out-of-towners trashing your house though.

Natalie said...

Ah yess.. avoiding the SuperBowl.. how I found you last night! Thank you for rescuing me!
Great blog - I have been engrossed in all of the art and photography you have here - I love it! Very interesting. Thank you for sharing!