Friday, February 14, 2014

Dale Hansen: Winner of the Internet, Feb 14, 2014

Dear readers, I'm adding yet another regular feature to this blog, Winner of the Internet. These will be humorous or impactful videos that I feel are worthy of attention. The series' first video is one that was shared amongst some of my Facebook friends and which has been spreading across the web. Dallas sports anchor Dale Hansen delivered a response to all the hoopla surrounding University of Missouri defensive lineman Michael Sam, an NFL prospect who recently came out. Thank you Mr. Hansen, for being fair, honest, reasonable and funny.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Oh Cheers Cheerios!


Although the outcome of the Super Bowl wasn't as I would've liked, there were some bright spots amongst the disaster. The halftime show brought the cool with the funky Bruno Mars and the always-awesome Red Hot Chili Peppers and the oft-anticipated Super Bowl commercials kept me guessing, from Maserati's clever Quevhazane Wallis ad (yep, you fooled everyone, sneaky, sneaky!) to the nostalgic Radio Shack spot, ( hell yes for the 80s!) to the Cheerios Family. Yep,  the family who brought so much chatter to the internet last year returned in a humorous ad that featured  adorable 6-year old Grace Colbert slyly negotiating her way into a puppy after discovering impending big sisterhood. Once again, bravo Cheerios!

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Farewell Philip Seymour Hoffman


As Americans were set to gather with friends and family to munch on  their favorite foods and root for their team of choice, the acting world lost a giant of the craft. 46-year old thespian Philip Seymour Hoffman passed away in his home in New York City of a drug overdose and left a gaping hole in the world of acting.  From his engaging role as Dusty in the otherwise-cheesy Twister to Ben Stiller's ridiculous sidekick in Along Came Polly to his stunning Oscar-winning turn as author Truman Capote in Capote, Mr. Hoffman was a rare jewel in the complex exercise of  the performing arts and he will be sorely, sorely missed. Philip Seymour Hoffman leaves behind his longtime companion costume designer Mimi O'Donnell and his three young children

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Interracial Love is....

Sweet and simple, this Buzzfeed video speaks to the everyday realities of couplehood that just happens to cross racial lines.
Love Sweet and Simple