Monday, October 02, 2006

It doesn't get any better

Television does not get any better than a Antiques Roadshow episode I have not seen, followed by a Monday Night Football game with the Eagles.


I am an Antiques Roadshow junkie.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I saw it last night. They had somebody's manhood on the show. I think it was yours.

Boutros said...

Leigh and Leslie Keno always used to crack me up when they'd get SO excited about a chair.

Though I'd probably get excited about a chair worth a quarter mil myself. Still, they'd practically vibrate with joy.

Effie said...

but did the Eagles win? That's the bigger question!

I love the Antiques Roadshow...especially when someone is all cocky, thinking their item is so unique and special and they find out it's a knock-off and there's hundreds of them around--and theirs is worth LESS than they paid for it! ;)

Teri said...

You go Bill. You must be one of the sensitive typies of men who are more in touch with their feminine side. Not much, just a little.

I don't care what Anonymous says you still have your manhood. They're just jealous.

momo9 said...

William, Florida has turned you into such a different person! We do have a lot in common, though. I really like that Antique Roadshow thing myself. It was YOU that I watched 'Saved by the Bell" with, wasn't it? And "Friends"...? Forget the Football part of it. Hold onto your "man card". Don't let anonymous intimidate you! Dad even enjoys "Dancing with the Stars". There's no body 'MAN-ER' than he! I think it helps him relax after all that ESPN turmoil. Anonymous should broaden his horizons a little. There is life before and after and during football! Believe it or not! Glad you're experiencing it, William! Florida has been good for you!

Adam said...

Not to mention the Eagles coming back in the 3rd quarter to take it 31 to 9!

Anonymous said...

Porn! Porn and then football, that is better.

eclectic said...

You like the Eagles? Eeeep. I won't tell my son. He won't let me visit your blog anymore -- he's a GreenBay fan from way back. And by that, I mean from the time he was a preschooler learning his letters and observed the big "G" on their helmets one Sunday afternoon. His name starts with "G", so he assumed they were "his" team, and he's been a fan ever since. Hey look, I only contributed half his DNA -- I can't be responsible for everything...! ;)

The Lily said...

This makes me feel so much better about switching back and forth between Grey's and College Football on Thursdays...