I can’t feel my danger zone

4 February 2006

Looks like blogger is acting the muppet, so I can’t visit the wonders I know peoples have left on their blogs today. But, speaking of muppets, look, it’s the Serenity muppets. And while I’m random linking, here are two little videos by way of TCAL, one of Batman vs The Shark, the other is Brokeback to the Future (doesn’t Michael J Fox look so young?)

Today was the opening day of the Six Nations competition, and the first match was Ireland v Italy. And it was terrible. Oh, we may have won but you can’t actually call that a good performance. The best bit about it was Jack L singing the Irish anthems[1]

And then there was the England v Wales one. My god were Wales ever over-matched? England totally demolished them. I actually switched from supporting England they were doing so much better. But in the end I cleaned the oven while listening to the telly as it was more then obvious who was going to win.


  1. that s is not a typo. We get two cause there is the Republic’s anthem, and the a song composed for the rugby team cause Irish rugby includes NI

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5 Responses

  1. Alan says:

    If Jack L was the best thing, it must have been really bad!

    I'll be at Murrayfield tomorrow, hoping we can at least stand up to France a bit better than Wales managed against England today, but I'm not going to be holding my breath.

  2. Fence says:

    Well I like Jack L. Think he has a great voice, and his cover of Can't Get You Out Of My Head is fantastic :)

    But it was really bad.
    Yeah, I'll be supporting Scotland tomorrow. Hope you do a good job

  3. NineMoons says:

    I like him too. Not that I know all that much of his stuff but I like his voice.

    Am going to bed with Tim and Logan now. Should be fun… ;-)

    Go raibh míle maith agat for the VM DVDs, a stór. Really. Am just so hooked. Feel like mainlining Logan and Veronica for the rest of the weekend. Housework and studying be damned!

  4. anne says:

    Go Scotland, then, right?!

  5. Fence says:

    Anne, they won, now do you feel like a traitor?