Tuesday, August 10, 2010

...For The Ride Home: Pennywise gets in a fight, Britney Spears on 'Glee' and possible future 'SNL' hosts

Just can't get this song out of my head. Damn, that CD is infectious. Hello, hello. Welcome to Tuesday. Did you get your early-day dose of sun burn yet? You really ought to, you know. Big night tonight. Why, you ask? Well, that's because the United States meets Brazil on at the Meadowlands for the team's first match since the World Cup. It shall be interesting to see who Bob Bradley plays. Will he continue his predictable formation from the World Cup with the same, predictable players? Or will he experiment a little with some of the younger stars because it's a friendly? Come on, Bob. Landon Donovan can't stay young forever. Also tonight, we see the first double-digit day of August. Where did all the time go, we ask. Soon enough, it will be Autumn, the leaves will change, the nights will get longer, the weather colder and depression sets in. Whoa. That was a dark sentence. Anyways, before we can sink into the seasonal sadness, we must celebrate the summer evenings we have now, and to do that, you really ought to start it off right with a peak at a link or two below. Besides, summertime = happytime. Damnit.

Ten questions regarding the upcoming Premier League season. Don’t forget: U.S.-Brazil tonight at 7. (The Big Lead)

Britney Spears is going to appear on “Glee.” I sort of root for her now, don’t you? (MTV)

Ten brand new projects move forward within the world of journalism. An initiative to provide journalists with micro-finance training for those who want to launch new media ventures? Hmm. (Washington News Council)

Carl Bernstein thinks no one wants to read in depth journalism anymore. And he’s right. And it’s troubling. (Big Think)

Tracy McGrady to the Pistons? Really? Didn’t see that coming. (ESPN)

A list of people others hope will host “Saturday Night Live” this season. Never even considered Carey Mulligan, but if that goes down, I will hold a party for such an event. (Entertainment Weekly)

Wow. Pennywise storms on to bus to beat the poop out of another band. Silly punk rock kids. (Alternative Press)

The “Spider-Man” musical will actually open. Good for them. Really thought that project was dead. (ABC News)

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