Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Man Down

Jerry Yang finally stepped down from Yahoo. For everyone connected or invested in Yahoo, this is most definitely too little too late. Between projecting tough times for the year, botching the Microsoft deal (and he said they'd be fine), and being an overall poor businessman, this should've happened a while ago. Who knows, maybe Yahoo will be able to make a move now.

On another note, if you can get down with autotune, 808's & Heartbreak is a dope album. Hold judgement until you give it a couple runs. 

Have a great Thanksgiving everybody. Loosen the belt a couple notches Paul, no homo.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Hello 2 3

Overall a very dope weekend. Kohei's wedding on Saturday (congrats and enjoy the big island) and another birthday came and went and Uncle Sam officially considers me a year older. First things first,  THANKS to the fam and the extended familia who made it out Saturday and Sunday for the birthday festivities. I think the last year or two I've come to appreciate that it's not what you do, but who you do it with and a lot of good people were present. Also thanks to all the people that called, texted, and facebooked, it's always nice to hear from you guys. Thanks for the baked goods too, I actually do enjoy some sweets. Thank you very much everybody, I truly appreciate the love. 

Now it's the big 23 and I feel like I'm obligated to do something with my life. Corporate America I see you. You got Jaeho, you got Paul (no more early lunches mija), I'll see you in a minute.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Desperate Times

This economy is doing a number on a lot of people. At this point, I'm just somewhat happy that I can fill up my car for under $50, damn speculators.

I guess it's bad on a jetsetting level too, the White Cockatoo resort in Australia has a nude "anything goes party." Well, at least it's free publicity...

In some sporting news, a 16-year-old Japanese girl got drafted to play pro baseball. 

First Martha Stewart, then Wesley Snipes, now Mark Cuban? The SEC is trying to catch up Cuban for some insider trading. I wonder how much tax money it costs us to put a case like this together, probably too much.

Kurt Warner for MVP.