Posts Tagged ‘New York Yankees’
I admit this post is a little bit pointless. But I think D Man fans would agree that nothing about the Cookster is pointless right??
I just need to keep him relevant in my own personal life, so I don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t forget about him before his new album is released. Do you see what I did there? Damn I’m funny after chugging a Red Bull.
Anyway, randomly talking about D Man is how I have to keep him relevant in my life because all my candles that were lighting my shrine to him in my bedroom are melted away. I need new ones.
That is a funny tweet, I’ll give him that.
I didn’t know he was such a baseball man. I took the liberty of googling “David Cook Baseball” and this is what I found.
Apparently, that other man is David Wright. I have a crush on David Wright. I need to know more about him.
And last but not least…
We’re just gonna pretend that’s a Yankee uniform and we ‘re cool.
That’s three different baseball pictures. That’s fanaticism about baseball as far as I’m concerned.
I also heard, on the black market of course, that he plays in some little league or something with buddies. How adorable.
And look at that about 200 words later, D Man is relevant in my life once again.
When’s that new single/album coming out?
No one looks bad on the cover of GQ. NO ONE! I’m not even a huge Derek Jeter fan, and I’m considering buying season tickets (right behind home plate) to the Yankees so I can see this brother swing a bat once or twice.
The pinstripe swearing short stop is on the cover of GQ and I don’t care what he was talking about… let’s just look.
I’m sure Derek Jeter just discussed how the Yankees will probably win. Isn’t that all there is to say?
I haven’t read a good old classic article/interview with Lee bear in quite some time. I like it. It reminds me of homework. And plus, if I’m just reading what he’s saying, I’m not distracted by trying to make jokes out of his outfits…. because unfortunately, he’s been trying in that department and I can’t knock effort.
Anyway… Lee D. gave an interview when he was out getting all political at the Rockit Ranch (I want to get married there, just so I can have those words on my wedding invitation) and you can read it HERE… but this is my interpretation of it.
- Lee D. knows that football people are nut jobs and would rather beat him with hot dogs and throw warm beer at him, than listen to him interrupt DA BEARS losing a football game. He didn’t say those exact words… but that’s how I read it.
“They want to see a football game. They don’t want to see me up there with an acoustic guitar.”
He should not fret over this. There are plenty of people who would pay to see him perform. I’d even pay up to $50. Anything passed that… I want a mail-in rebate option.
-Lee D. threw himself into a competition with the Chicago Cubs. I don’t know anything about the Cubs (Do they even play the Yankees?? They probably lost. ZING!) but he basically just hit them with hot dogs and warm beer, because apparently that is the only thing people eat at sporting events, which is gross.
(talking about throwing out the first pitch at a Cubs game in May) “It was amazing. That’s my favorite baseball team. I brought home a title, now we need (the Cubs) to bring home a title.”
I think he just threw down the gauntlet Cubs…. the ball is in your
-And since this should be about his music, but always turns into silly shenanigans, Lee D. began writing for his new album and I’m pretty sure this is the album with “Earth Stood Still Part Deux” and “The Day The Planet Didn’t Move On A Tuesday”. I mean… what other songs could he have possibly written???
I’m always writing.
I don’t really understand what he’s saying here. Something about how RCA are good people and how he’s got their back. I really hope Lee D. is in the mafia some how.
It’s a matter of staying true to yourself and not letting people push you around. The label agreed not to do that. They have my back 100 percent and know I’ve got theirs.
And now for my absolute favorite part of this WHOOOOOOLE interview.
So his label never once asked him to get rid of the scruffy facial hair?
“No,” DeWyze responded. “And If they did, I wouldn’t do it. They know me and know I’m going to do what I’m going do. That’s been my M.O. for a long time.”
1) Is that really something a label would ask?? It’s not like he has a braided beard hanging from his chin.
2) The fact that he used the term “M.O.” cracks me up!! This whole Rock The Vote thing has gone to his head… he sounds like a politician.
And for my favorite picture. Lee bear looks like he’s rapping and Rahm Emannuel is chit chatting on the TV in the background. Oprah sent this picture down from heaven to me.
Okay… he doesn’t really look like he’s rapping.
I just have that dream still.
I just read that Andy Pettite is retiring.
My world is shattering. He’s why I watch the Yankees.
I don’t even know what to say. I’m not really sure if he’s vital to the Yankee’s success or not. (because let’s be real… they are just all so good, its breath-taking sometimes)
I can’t wait to hear Big D’s take on this. I’m gonna call him later to break the news to him.
UGH! I just wasted like 45 minutes of my life looking for a video, that I can not find, thanks to Davey Cook.
So, instead of viewing said video, you are just gonna have to deal with my probably awful description of it.
Serenity (the calmest person on this planet) told me that Davey Cook does a cover of “I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight” (is that the title?? its way too long)… and what do you think I automatically thought of when I heard that this happened????
If you didn’t say the Saturday Night Live clip with Joshua Jackson, Will Ferrell, and Horatio Sanz…. we can’t be friends.
Now, this is the video I can not find and this is what I spent 45 minutes looking for. Apparently, Oprah runs NBC too, and has taken the video down. Basically, the video that I speak of is a skit with Joshua Jackson (or as I like to call him Pacey Witter) as a groom and he’s trying to make a speech and the wedding singers (Will Ferrell and Horatio Sanz) keep interrupting him with the song “Died In Your Arms Tonight”.
I swear to you it’s hilarious… Ferrell and Sanz are super dramatic and sing the song with strong punctuation, and it’s so freakin’ funny. Trust me. Trust everything I say.
And now you can really believe me because someone by the name of Pandora is much better at research then I am. Go HERE to see it.
Are you laughing?? Well, laugh if you’re not… including you Davey (oh yeah…. I forgot to tell you, he reads this)
Thank you…. and I’ll address this Mets thing later.
Anyway, hearing that Davey sang “Died” (that’s what I’m gonna call it), I thought of all that and that led to me wasting 45 minutes, and about 20 minutes more, for all of that above.
Here is 1 of 874y398579438 versions of Davey singing it… I couldn’t go through all of them. I didn’t have the patience and I thought this one would suffice and get the point across.
That strobe light gave me epilepsy. I hope you didn’t catch that. You can’t sue me FYI. You watched it at your own discretion.
Kelly Clarkson performed the National Anthem at the Texas Rangers’ home game for the World Series.
I couldn’t watch it live because I’m still healing from the loss of the New York Yankees (things like that take time)
She looks great and sounds great, like always. She always brings her A game. I can’t wait for her new album.
She is really awesome. I’m glad she got the chance to show how great she is… as if people didn’t already know.
I guess I’ll vote for texas since that is Kelly’s homes state (oh and just so you know the World Series is totally based on votes)
** UPDATE ** My vote was obviously counted and Texas won. You’re welcome Rangers.