Thursday, June 26, 2008

Underrated Beauties

I was talking with a few guys at work and they were talking about who were the most beautiful women in Hollywood. I heard the usual suspects, Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, Scarlett Johansson, etc. This got me to wondering who were the most underrated beauties in Hollywood. I present to you the five that consistently came to mind.

5. Bridget Moynahan: Best known as Tom Brady's baby mama, this actress has starred in over 16 movies and is without a doubt just a stone cold fox. Yowza.

4. Amerie: This little songbird...mmm.

3. Jessica Lucas: If you don't watch CSI or have seen the movie Cloverfield you may not know who she is, so allow me to tell you a little about her...she's gorgeous.

2. Tina Fey: Although she was on the list of Maxim's unsexiest, I had to disagree, one has to find her intelligence timing and girl next door cuteness sexy.

And the most underrated beauthy in all of Hollywood according to the Chocolate One is....

Lauren London. Described by many as the next Halle Berry this young lady may be overshadowed by the idiots of the Hills on magazine covers but given her beauty and the fact that she actually has talent means there is no need to worry, she will get her shine and when she does watch out. You know I will.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

So Long

One of my favorite comedians of all time passed away recently. So in memory of this great and filthy man I give you the seven words you can't say on tv. Enjoy.
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Monday, June 23, 2008

Here we go again...

This is the football force and police magnet known as the Pacman, Adam Jones. He is well known for being arrested six times since being drafted by the Tennessee Titans. Since being suspended by the league for a year he has successfully avoided being arrested and has been relatively quiet.

This is Don Imus:

He's a racist phenomenon known for bashing women's basketball players from Rutgers and now this:

I really don't even know how to react to this...can someone explain to me why he still has a job?

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Tiger Woods is super hero good.

This is Tiger Woods. Now he recently won the US Open. Now that is impressive in it's own right, but Tiger did this on basically one leg because he had surgery on his knee and was not fully healed yet. He even said he was at about 75-80%. This should have given the 80+ other golfers in this tournament a perfect chance to dethrone the king of golf right? Wrong. Tiger beat the majority of the golfers during the first four rounds and dispatched of Rocco Mediate on monday. So let me get this straight, on one leg and having not practiced regularly for over eight weeks and he is still the best golfer in the world? Now that is just sick. He is so good that he only plays in a little over a third of the tournaments held by the USGA and he still wins half the tourneys he enters. Ridiculous.

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Tim Russert

Yesterday the world of political journalism lost one of it's most respected voices when host of NBC's "Meet The Press" suddenly died of a heart attack while at work. I think Tom Brokaw said it best:

He will be missed.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

My Five Favorite Sports Commercials of All-Time

5. Nike Soccer Freestyle:
This gave soccer a street feel and opened it up potentially to a new audience.

4. Chicks Dig The Long Ball:
Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux get a little jealous, great job making fun of the surge in home runs.

3. Basketball Freestyle:
With the explosion of the streetball culture nobody captured the style and sound like this gem.

2. MJ Failure:
The essence of Mike in this one.

1. MJ vs MJ
Of course the greatest Nike commercial has to have the man who revitalized the company. In this we see an elder Mike take on a younger version of himself.

Honorable Mention:
My Better is better:
Saul Williams plus some of the best young athletes in the world? You got it.

Kirk Cameron? Wha?

So Mike Seaver from Growing Pains has a new show on The Bible Network. Now I know you're wondering why I was watching this, well I saw Mike Seaver and had to stop. Anyway, he walks up to people and asks questions like have you ever lied, and then when the person says yes, he berates them with bible verses and calls them liars. He does this to like 4 people I saw and he just going nuts with people. I would really freak out if I was called a lying thief by an 80's teen hearthrob. Hey Mike Seaver, looks like someone is becoming a "Growing Pain" in the ass. Calm down.

Monday, June 9, 2008

What a day

Congrats on number 600...

And thanks for the memories Strahan.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Yes We Can

Now that is what I call a Presidential celebration.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

NBA Finals Preview (Chocolatey Edition)

Ladies and Gentlemen I present to you the Chocolate Puma's first annual preview of the NBA Finals.

Point guard: Rajon Rondo vs. Derek Fisher
In this battle we have the talented young point guard against the seasoned veteran point guard. Rondo is at his best when the Celts are pushing the ball, and Fisher is at his best when the Lakers are running their triangle offense. In this battle I think the youth and talent of Rondo is evenly matched with the experience and playoff knowledge of Fisher.
Edge: Even

Shooting Guard: Ray Allen vs. Kobe Bryant
While Ray Allen is one of the best shooters of his time, Kobe is possibly one of the most talented players of all time. No question Kobe wins this battle.
Edge: Lakers

Small Forward: Paul Pierce vs Lamar Odom
Lamar Odom is one of the most versatile players in the NBA. With his size and ability to handle the ball he can play four positions on the floor. That said there have been questions about his motivation. Paul Pierce is just flat out a beast. He shoots the ball, is dangerous driving to the hole and is one of the best rebounding small forwards in the game. With his ability to score, I give the edge to Pierce.
Edge: Celtics

Power Forward: Kevin Garnett vs Vladimir Radmonovic
I don't even need to analyze this one. Garnett is one of the best rebounding and defensive power forwards ever. Oh and he can score any way he want really. Gonna be a long day for whoever is guarding KG.
Edge: Celtics

Center: Kendrick Perkins vs. Pau Gasol
Perkins is a young, ferocious rebounder and plays with tenacity. Pau Gasol is a finesse center by trade but can bang when he wants to. He passes the ball very well which makes him extremely dangerous because when you play him to pass he can just as easily take the shot himself. Perkins is going to be a bit overmatched here.
Edge: Lakers

Bench: The Celtics bench is led by Sam Cassell, a playoff veteran and streaky scorer Eddie House. The real wild card is the two headed monster of Glen "Big Baby" Davis and Leon Powe. Both provide great sparks off the bench with their scoring and rebounding. The Lakers have the tenacious Rony Turiaf, not to mention the great passing Luke Walton, and Jordan Farmar. I gotta call a push on this one.
Edge: Even

Coaching: Doc Rivers vs. Phil Jackson
Really? Does this even need to be examined? Doc Rivers hit the lottery with the pick up of Garnett and Allen, two players smart enough where they really don't need coaches. Whereas as Jackson is one of the most accomplished coaches of all-time having coached and nurtire this current team to the top. One of his finest jobs to date. This one is no contest.
Edge: Lakers

Series: Lakers in 6.
MVP: Kobe Bryant

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Lay off Kobe

I got into an argument with a friend the other day about Kobe. Now if someone doesn't like a player for a reason, that's fine, but this person gave the most ridiculous reason I have ever heard. "Because he was accused of rape." Really? Kobe was acquitted of all charges after the young woman in question was found to be lying. Was Kobe wrong to cheat on his wife? Yes, that is not the question. But should he be called a rapist and be bombarded with details from the case he was cleared from four years after the case was settled? No. Here are the facts:
* She was seen at a party hours later bragging about the size of Bryant's penis and giving graphic detail.
*She asked for an autograph after they finished having sex.
* There was more than one sample of semen found in her underwear.

Do these sound like the actions of a rape victim? Kobe was wrong to cheat, but Katelyn Farber was wrong to accuse him of rape when it obviously did not happen. Where are her hecklers? But I guess she's gone through enough, I mean it's not like people are calling her a rapist.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008


History has been made, congratulations Barack Obama.