I need to remember to keep these up!
I loooove poker. My parents taught me a variety of games when I was little and I still play regularly. I'm really glad Texas Hold 'Em has gotten so big. God bless watching it at 2am on NBC.
Top 10 pro poker players:
10) Mike "The Mouth" Matsusow - I have to admit, the first time I saw this dude play, I was taken aback by his comments. However, once I started noticing that he was psyching dudes out, I started
David Lee Roth only here, suckas.
10) Drop Dead Legs - Slower jam, but really powerful. Great, sexist lyrics. Just what I've come to expect from DLR-era Halen.
9) On Fire - The entire song is made for me from the power metal scream. On FIIII-YAH!!!!
8) Panama - Reach between my legs and pull the seat back. How can you deny that? Good slower jam, but not a ballad either.
7) Top Jimmy - My favorite non-single from 1984. It's got a lot more
Let me just say that I'm sorry for the lack of Top 10 lists. I'm a terrible person for not updating as much. Let me also say that I'm putting a certain series as an entire book.
I'm a bit rusty, but here we go:
10) The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon - This book was a super quick read but it wasn't that good. It was OK. I did like the inclusion of baseball into a Stephen King novel. I thought that was a...novel idea (ba dum cha). Stephen King has a way of
Ah yes, my favorite album of all-time by my favorite band of all-time. From the first note of "You Are (The Government)" to the last note of "Pessimistic Lines," I love this disc. Check it out, top 10 of 15 songs:
10) Best for You - This used to be one of my absolute favorites. The ending is a little too long for me, but it's so catchy. I looooove the opening lyrics.
9) Pessimistic Lines - What a strange way to close an album, but in Suffer's case,
Originally, rap grew out of one MC and one DJ. The DJ was the guy in charge and the MC hyped up the DJ. That turned into the DJ and the beatmaster and the MC as the center stage. In the late 70s rap became a novelty and spawned duos and trios and eventually megastar solo artists. Intermittantly, there have been rap groups that have changed the game up.
10) Geto Boys - Straight outta Texas, these dudes had some mad jams in the early 90s. You might know them as the "Damn it Feels