Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Is James Stewart Losing Evidence Of The 2012 Apocalypse?
So a bunch of BROtards and I were having a pretty good discussion yesterday, and it got to the point where I decided that it was something worth blogging. Let me paint you a picture: There we were, sitting and watching a re-run of Bubba's World. It didn't take long for the comments on how fake the show really is and how lame they are on camera started coming on like a Catholic priest to an alter boy. But we shut up when the riding footage hit the screen. It's just fun to watch Stewart ride. He is without question the most talented rider in the world. Amongst all his weird behavior (which has gotten exponentially crazier in the past year), he is the best rider out there. I don't really even like the guy, but I want him to win so I can feel like the universe has some form of stability. Like, sure other riders have been winning, and that's that, right? Well, I don't like it. They aren't better than Stewart, that's all there is to it. Yeah, I know the results say they are, but that's my point. The results are wrong. Fate is wrong. We are fucked. Seriously, it would just make me feel a little bit more comfortable with my personal state in this hectic environment we live in today if James would win all the time like he did in the 125 days. It's like the planets are out of alignment or Mercury is in retrograde or some other weird universal shit is happening. Stewart is the fastest, and he needs to be winning. He's not, so the world really is broken. One more fall and I will be legitimately worried about the space-time continuum being torn a new asshole. Win James, for the sake of John Cusack and everyone else who was in that shitty movie.
Posted by Eazy at 2:37 PM