Wednesday, January 05, 2005

The first sign that 2005 might not be as irrevocably evil as originally suspected

Ashlee Simpson was booed at the Orange Bowl!

8 comments:

PusBoy said...

I saw this on PTI last night, and I almost felt sorry for her. Sure, she's a no-talent hack whose only real claim to fame is that her sister has huge boobs and horse-teeth, and her performance was HORRENDOUS, but the look on her face when the boo-birds began flying almost made her look . . . human.

Of course, the money she has can buy a good deal of therapy. I suppose I shouldn't feel too badly for her. Damn rich people.

Ian McGibboney said...

Are you kidding me? That will probably net her another show, likely more appearances, and definitely more notoriety. This is the age of William "She Bangs" Hung and George W. Bush, for deity's sake! Talent is the biggest roadblock to success in the 21st century. That, I think, is what the audience was booing even more than Ashlee herself.

Nick said...

I enjoyed the booing as well. It was almost as enjoyable as seeing that overrated QB from OU being picked off 4 times.

Note to all you LSU hacks: USC would have spanked yall as well last season. USC did this to OU the other night without their top 2 receivers from last year, Kerry Colbert and Mike Williams. And, OU actually had a running game too this year, in Adrian Peterson.

By the way Icon, I'm back to posting. It was a nice time away.

The Manning Report said...

Yea I was glad to see Jason White get spanked around again this year. They didnt deserve to go last year, and it seems not this year either. I dont know about that LSU thing though. It's not always about the players you have, its about the psycological factor when you have to play Nick Saban. And last years team was pretty damn good. One good thing to look forward to though is when Nick Saban returns to Louisiana to play the Saints next season.

Ian McGibboney said...

You think Saban's guaranteed to be as good a coach in the NFL as he's been in the SEC? Two words for you: Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier. Steve Spurrier.

The Manning Report said...

Steve Spurrier is the biggest joke of all time. I never expected him to do well because he doesnt prepare for games like Saban and Bellicheck do. I remember a couple of years ago when the Redskins were playing the Saints, Spurrier called out Jim Haslett about preparing to much for games. And if my memory is correct the Saints ended up spanking them all day. Guys like spurrier go to the NFL because they get bored in college and think they are to cool for school now. Saban will have the Dolphins at least at .500 by the end of next year, which is saying alot considering the division and coference they are in. I would expect Saban to take a WR in the draft this year, not really any good qb's coming out this year. Something like a Braylan Edwards would fit Saban nice. I seriously doubt Saban would take Mike Wiliams.

Ian McGibboney said...

I just think Saban took the job for all the wrong reasons. You don't abandon the most lucrative college contract in history when your team's at the top of its game except for two reasons: personal prestige and/or even more money. Saban had nothing to prove by leaving, but did prove that his loyalty to LSU and to Louisiana was only as deep as his wallet was thick. Well, good riddance, then.

Nick said...

Saban took the NFL job because he wanted a chance to coach on the NFL level. How can you criticize him for that? The NFL is the very top, the big show, if you will. I would have taken the job too, for less money even. I just wish him good luck with that Miami offense, he'll need all the luck he can get with those QB's, RB's, and O-line.

Now that he's out of LSU, hopefully the Tigers can return back to those great seasons of 3-8 football. I know that would make me happy.