Wednesday, January 31, 2007

That's it. I'm now an Esbjerg supporter. I have just realised that they have signed former Arsenal (not so) giant Igors Stepanovs. Next transfer window: Nelson Vivas!
I actualy saw EFB coach Troels Bech being co-commentator at a Latvia game some years ago, where he kept praising Papa Stepa. I kept wondering why he didn't just buy him, since Stepa couldn't possibly be too expensive... Good stuff.

Oh, and as I'm writting, Arsenal lead 3-1 against Sp*rs. Even better stuff.

Monday, January 29, 2007

This truly is the miracle of Youtube. I found the entire 2004 short movie I Am Stamos. Good stuff.

Sunday, January 28, 2007

I'm reasonably sure that Caspar Christensen once stole this bit and used it in Safari, only with Lyngby instead of Liverpool. And the right winger with the great technique was called Skavenius. Anyway, it's classic stuff, so enjoy.

Friday, January 26, 2007

"Jeg har glemt hvad der skete før jeg blev 27 år"
- eller noget i den dur...

Monday, January 22, 2007

This blog is slowly turning into a collection of silly YouTube clips. Today's clip is about Paolo Di Canio pushing a ref some years ago. Classic stuff.

For those who haven't heard, I got a 9 for my dissertation on Bill Hicks which is very decent in my book.

Friday, January 19, 2007


Apperently Thriller is called Golima in India.

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Tom Hanks as 007.

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

World Domination is just around the corner.

Frekvens. dk has been approved by Liga, formerly Liga.dk, so they now have a link to us along with their links to Pitchfork, Allmusic, Drowned in Sound, Soundvenue and Gaffa.

Also, on Liga's website you can download a song by Beta Satan, who sound really heavy and cool on their Myspace page.

Monday, January 15, 2007

30.000 malcontent customers served...

The ol' weblog reached 30.000 hits today.
I think keeping a blog is a lot like playing Sim City: You start with nothing and then you go from there, building something that serves very little purpose except to keep yourself entertained. Like Sim City you can't really compete against others, and no matter how long you keep playing, you never win, or reach a logical conclusion. So really it's just a question of when you get tired of it, or when an upgraded version of the same game comes around to keep you occupied. Having survived the Myspace-craze of 2006, I guess I'll keep this blog for a while until something better comes around.

Also, a woman is a lot like a refrigerator; They're big, they're about 400 pounds.....they make ice. No wait, a woman is a lot like a beer. They smell good, they look good, and you'd step over your own mother just to get one. But you can't stop at one, you have to drink another woman.

Sunday, January 14, 2007

I've never been a big fan of U2, but I think their new video (Window in the Sky) is really cool. After having seen it a couple of times, it struck me that at about 0:48 that's John Stirratt, the bassplayer from Wilco. Is it just me, or is that a pretty obscure person to line up in a video next to Sinatra, The Clash, Nirvana and the rest? Don't get me wrong, I like Wilco, but they're hardly quite as iconic as old blue eyes. Anyway, here's the video, if you haven't seen it yet.

Just because Robbie Savage once again proved himself to be a right bastard yesterday, here's a videoclip from Soccer AM of him being knocked out at different occasions.

and of course the ref knocking him down and being sent off.

Saturday, January 13, 2007

I decided to cut my own hair yesterday.The jury is still out on how succesful it was, but at least it was cheap. In other news, I still haven't discovered how to take a decent photo, or to pose for one. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Hurray, another sound beating of Liverpool, and this time with goals from the most unlikely sources. 4 from The Beast, one from Rigobert Song's nephew and one from forgotten man Aliardiere (Shake your foundation!). All three players, who I have previously claimed were far from good enough to play for Arsenal. Oh well, I guess they bought themselves some goodwill. To put that into perspective, I also claimed that Kim Vilfort and John Jensen were far from good enough to play at Euro '92.

I do suspect, however, that it won't be long before Dudek is fired from Liverpool. And I mean fired, as in how Ceausescu was fired from Romania.

(Artist rendering)

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Heeey Brother. *updated*

Well, there's not really a lot to say about this. Liverpool coach Benitez is officially Buster from Arrested Development.

With the help of a very expensive and complicated computer animation apparatus, I have created an image of what would be the result if you were to create a person based on the two subjects' combined DNA. It's the stuff of science fiction novels.

Of course this task would call for some sort of animatronic body. According to the very expensive animation apparatus, this is how Buster Benitez is going to look in a not so distant future. I think it's about time to colonize that moon, and get the hell out of here now.

Oh glorious day!

Even though I feared the worst, I was quietly confident before today's FA Cup clash, and all fears were put to rest by three flashes of brilliance, although it was hardly a fantastic team effort. And I had a bit of faith in Rosicky, after watching his World Cup goals earlier in the afternoon.
It was however incredibly annoying to hear former gooner John Faxe Jensen rooting for Liverpool, and raving about the incredible skills of Daniel Agger. Luckily, Henry made Agger, and the rest of the Liverpool defence, look a bit silly for the third goal, which the danish media has collectively failed to mention. At one point Agger passed the ball over the left sideline, which according to Faxe was everybody ele's fault. Oh well...

Afterwards we went to see The Prestige which is very cool, and relatively exciting, if perhaps overly constructed and very unlikely. That Christopher Nolan doesn't really make bad movies does he? And it was cool to see David Bowie play good old Nikola Tesla, and it is nice to see a movie portray Thomas Edison as a complete bastard. None of that "thanks for inventing the lightbulb" here. (Edison electrocuted Topsy the elephant! How psycho do you have to be, to do that??? Unfortunately that's not in the movie.)

Now I'll just kick back and watch some Wildcard NFL games, and marvel at the fact that I have so far kept my "no alcohol in january" resolution. How nice.

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Nessie, no need to cry.

There's been nothing to do today, so I decided to walk around my old hometown of Søften. Literaly, I walked in a circle around it on the "omfartsvej" which takes about an hour.
I wanted to take a picture while out there, to show exactly how isolated it is. It kinda reminded me of rural Ireland or Scotland.
When I came home I was surprised to see that I had apparently caught the legendary, and elusive, Loch Søften monster on camera, although it obviously moves to fast to be seen by the naked eye. So without further ado, here's a picture of a field in Søften, and Nessie's distant cousin.

Oh Lord!

It seems that Pat Robertson has once again picked up his secret red telephone and contacted headquarters. This time God has told him that there will be a large terrorist strike in America in late 2007.

It should be noted that this is the same person who the almighty told to run for President in 1988 (We all remember the Robertson/Jesus '88 campaign bumperstickers), and who quoted same deity for saying that the war against Iraq would be "a:) a disaster and b:) messy".
Even on the grand scale on which Jahve operates, I still believe "messy" is a bit of an understatement.

Uh, and he also described feminism as being a: "Socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism, and become lesbians". Now, the last does not actually have anything to do with this story, I just thought it was funny.
Oh, and he also claimed he could legpress 2000 pounds.

In other words, he can't look into the present, and let alone the future. But he sure is funny.
For more completely biased Robertson fun, look at Wikipedia, or perhaps go here.

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