Saturday, October 16, 2010

Zach wins round 10 at roanoke 2 by 4 strokes. Thus ends a great weekend of disc golf!
Zach wins round 9 at roanoke 1 by 1 stroke. Heading to roanoke 2 for the final round of discapalooza. I have retired with a messed up arm.
Zach wins round 8 in bedford by 2 strokes. On to roanoke for rounds 9 and 10.
Zach wins round 6 and 7 at peaks view and liberty. Heading to get lunch then round 8 in bedford.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Zach and jerry tie in round 5 at elk creek. That concludes day 1 of discapalooza. 81 holes. 3-5 more courses 2moro.
Jerry wins round 4 at longwood by 2 strokes. Racing to elk creek to try to get one last game in.
Zach wins round 3 by 3 strokes. currently on the long trip back to longwood for round 4. round 5 is questionable atm.
Bottoms up pizza is AMAZING!!!!!!
Zach wins round 2 at gillies park by 4 strokes. onto lunch then round 3 at bryant park!
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Monday, September 20, 2010

Obscure Band (insert day).

I am a slacker....I apologize for that, but you may as well get used to it. Anywho, Let's get going here. My obscure band of the day is Kids In The Way, a metal band I discovered when Maddie gave me one of their cds that her dad owned. They were pretty much the first band I ever listened to that had any screamo in it, which turned me to the style of music I enjoy the most. They are from Nobles, Indiana, and were originally called Serenity. They changed their name to the current name and went for the much harder sound that they sport now. They disbanded in 2007 but reunited recently and have released a new ep. My favorite cd from them is Apparitions of Melody, their first real cd. The current band consists of Dave Pelsue(lead vocals), Nathan Hughes(rhythm guitar and background vocals),  Eric Carter(drums and background vocals), Wille Bostic(bass and background vocals), and Austin Cobb(lead guitar). Go and check them out!


Thursday, September 16, 2010

OBSCURE BAND Thursday...

Yeah....I completely forgot to poast my obscure band bad. sorry to all 2 of my followers :) anywho I promise to post it tonight.

Monday, September 6, 2010


If you are a friend of mine on facebook, you would know that I am an Eminem fan. He is ridiculously talented and his music is simply amazing.
I find myself with a moral dilemma, though. While he is good, his lyrics are extremely rough. He uses language like it's going out of style and when he doesn't cuss he's talking about sex or drugs or killing someone. I have the edited versions of his songs but even with that you know what he's saying.
So right now I am having a major battle in my head that I need to take time to sort out.
Just my 2 cents.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

TDWP Zombie ep

Just got to listen to the devil wears prada's new ep 'Zombie.' It is amazing! It truly was as good as their last cd. I can't wait for their next full cd. You can check out the ep on their myspace at


Tuesday, August 31, 2010

obscure band for 8/31

While this band may be relatively unknown to most of you, Corpus Christi has been a band I've liked for a while. They are a pretty new Christian metal band from Cincinnati, Ohio that has been through quite a change. The only remaining original member is Jarrod Christman, who does rhythm guitar and clean vocals. Other current members include Derek Ayers (lead guitar), Caleb Rhoads (bass), Andy Poling (drums), and Max O'Connell (harsh vocals).

Their best song, in my opinion, is 'Fight For Your King,' one of their harder songs that combines the awesome scream of original harsh vocalist Will Henry with the different but great voice of Christman.

I haven't had a chance to listen to their entire new cd but I would definitely recommend their first cd, 'Darker Shades Of White.'



Every tuesday I will post an obscure band, along with a little about them and their music. I will also give you what I think is their best song. Since I just made this up I wasn't prepared for it so I will post today's obscure band tonite. Stay tuned!

Thursday, August 26, 2010


Thanks to Twitter, I was able to see a comment made by Skip Bayless concerning the Bulls building a bronze statue of Scottie Pippen. I agree that Pippen deserves a statue, but the player I would like to see memorialized with a statue would be Tim Duncan. Yes, he's never been a flashy, exciting player, but he gets the job done. He does everything. Scores, rebounds, defends with the best, blocks shots, and creates opportunities for his team mates to score. He has 4 rings, 3 final's mvps, and 2 league mvps. He has been a steady but superstar but you won't see people walking around wearing his jersey unless you were in San Antonio. He may be boring, but I'll take boring and consistently good over flashy but inconsistent.