so i hear that UA football blew out previously undefeated no.7 UCLA saturday. i also hear that the fans rushed the field and unsuccessfully tried to pull the goalposts down, which i find pretty humorous. in other UA sports news, richard jefferson is putting up 27 a game in jersey, gilbert is 3-0 with the wizards. salim, putting up back to back 15 point games off the bench for the hawks - and channing with 12 for the 0-3 knicks today. do you think they will show pac10 games on the east coast? fat chance. insert unoriginal "east coast suckers" comment here, you west coast bastards.
last friday ryan and i caught the knicks final preseason game against jefferson and the nets. not surprisingly, it all started at chipotle with pre-game burritos (pssh - the amateurs forgot the fajita in mine). there is apparently not yet a 'chovies in the madison square garden vicinity, thus leaving us to settle for tgi fridays happy hour and weak featherweight beer that was definitely not nimbus. fortunately though, there are plenty of local alternative brews to nimbus; what is unfortunate is that sonoran hot dogs don't apprear to caught on in new york as of yet. anyone considering a career change might think of setting up a guero canelo or bk dog cart in manhattan.
simply enough though, life is good. i am comfortable knowing that i will be in the city for at least a couple more years and have subscribed to the thought that if can't find anything to do here then you suck - not the city. maybe the same is true anywhere though.
my folks are back to the states and living in colorado. i will be there for a few days over the holidays, and am considering swinging tucson too. role call again... who's around tucson for the holidays?