and a shoutout to the glam squad


id like to thank all the angels and saints all around me

who always have my back even though i dont always deserve it

or ask for it


the good book says ask and ye shall receive

seek and ye shall find

is there anything better than when someone you secretly love

sidles up to you and whispers

tony you know what i really want, i want…


and then they tell you.

straight up.

no esp required.

no palm readers, steamy cauldrons, or mind  reading


it’s so nice and refreshing, especially when you can say, is that all baby?

same goes with the lord. you know hes got things to do too.

so if you say i would like a so and so in the whatchamacallit

he might say sheeeeeeeeet id actually like to pull that off

and poof


now youve stoked the lord.


so id like to thank the good spirits in my life for all of their stokes in 2013


it was about as unexpected as i could have ever imagined, both good and bad.

i had the longest spring break since forever.


and it ended exactly at the right time and at the right place


so thank you for getting me here and for being there along the way.

the steelers got robbed yesterday but at least the nfl admitted it today

KC vs SD

when san diego beat kansas city yesterday, the chargers knocked out the steelers.

the bolts beat the chiefs thanks to a missed field goal that should have never been.

the chargers lined up wrong, right in front of an official, but were not flagged.

today the nfl admitted it, which was nice

 With 0:08 remaining in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers, Kansas City faced a fourth-and-12 from the San Diego 23. The Chiefs attempted a 41-yard field that was no good,” the league said in a statement. “On the play, San Diego lined up with seven men on one side of the snapper. This should have been penalized as an illegal formation by the defense.

Rule 9, Section 1, Article 3(b)(1) of the NFL Rule Book (page 51) states that ‘No more than six Team B players may be on the line of scrimmage on either side of the snapper at the snap.’ The rule was adopted this year as a player safety measure.

The penalty for illegal formation by the defense is a loss of five yards. This rule is not subject to instant replay review. Had the penalty been assessed, it would have resulted in a fourth-and-7 from the San Diego 18 with 0:04 remaining, enabling the Chiefs to attempt a 36-yard field goal.

but they won’t get the teams together and play those 8 seconds again. that interests me.

you have made a mistake, you miraculously admit it, but you won’t resolve it?

these are professional football players and officials. they shouldn’t have anything else on their schedules.

play the 8 seconds tonight on monday night football.

but no. some humans just feel totally ok wandering in mediocrity and letting excuses prevail over excellence.

cant wait to be nfl commissioner.