It Has To Be Super. Why Ted Bundy? Can Pity Martinez Fill The Void? The Bread And Milk Raid.
Here is to hoping that Sunday’s 53rd Super Bowl has a better outcome than: 1) the incredulous no-call that allows the Rams, not the Saints, to go up against Tom Brady and the Patriots; 2) two years ago, when the Falcons 28-3 lead in the 51st Super Bowl evaporated quickly; 3) Nineteen years ago, when Super Bowl weekend turned into Ray Lewis weekend. Yes, my friends, that was NINETEEN years ago.
Zac Efron, in my opinion a very good actor, has completed a movie in a role playing Ted Bundy. Question: who the hell is going to see a movie about Ted Bundy? Al Bundy, maybe.
Is Atlanta United’s tremendous success, just two years in, possibly turning into “no good deed goes unpunished”? We all know that Miguel Almiron may move on in the transfer window that closes on Thursday…..but rumors are also swirling about Tito Villalba and Leandro Gonzalez Pirez. Big clubs in Mexico and Argentina, respectively, are reportedly very interested in acquiring these two from United. Interesting times coming off the Major League Soccer championship run.
Maybe a dust of snow in Atlanta midday Tuesday. Panic is in full-motion as Publix and Kroger managers are reporting civil unrest at most stores. Not a laughing matter for 75% of the U.S. population….who will suffer below-freezing temperatures this week.
In tradition of the daylight savings time countdown: less than seven weeks and counting!
Adios and have a great week.