Friday, February 06, 2009

CHRIS EVANS ON TOUR!

As California and the rest of these once great United States continue plunging into the greatest economic depression of all time, I'd like to devote a little bit of blog space to this handsome man:Yes, that is actor Chris Evans, whose movies up to this point are really not that extraordinary, but being able to watch/admire him in all his manly stud glory is good enough. LOL! I think the first time I saw Chris was in Not Another Teen Movie, where he was already looking mighty fine, but he still had not begun to massively work out. Then came those horrible Fantastic Four films starring that boring ashamed-to-be-Latina bitch Jessica Alba, but I was willing to overlook her just to get a glimpse of the new and improved Chris Evans, all pumped up and looking like a million bucks. I dare say, he might just give my beloved Jakey G. a run for his money, although Jakey is the superior actor in far better movies than Evans, but still! LOOK AT CHRIS! DROOOOL! You go whiteboy! See Chris in his new film opening today, Push. I should go see it, because the premise sounds pretty cool, but I also think it's probably mindless enough to best wait for it on DVD. Also see the new Dakota Fanning in her awkward puberty stage! AHAHAHAHAH!

Elton John and Billy Joel are in concert together next month I believe. Britney Spears is also coming to town, as are the awesome Scottish band Travis, but I have yet to buy tickets for any o
f these events. I dunno. Not too excited about live shows this year as I was in 2008. Gotta be careful with the cash right now right? Oddly, 2008 was a great year for the concert business, they actually posted a profit! Go figure. And I actually went to eight concerts in 2008 myself, which is a record for me. It does get expensive though, and sometimes I end up sitting next to really annoying retarded people. And parking can be so irritating as well! UGH! But I have to say, I did enjoy most of the shows I attended last year, so I guess all the fuss is worth it. I'll only live once in this mediocre dimension, so I might as well start planning to attend a concert or two. BRITNEY HERE I COME! I can't believe I'm even considering a Britney show! I have truly lost my mind, but this will probably be her most awesome tour yet, as the girl is truly in her prime.

Sir Paul genius McCartney was on The Colbert Report recently. Thanks to my bud Vito for the heads up. Very very funny:


http://www.comedycentral.com/colbertreport/full-episodes/index.jhtml?episodeId=217066

7 comments:

Todd said...

I'm not sure I could pay money for anything Britney. I wonder what kind of people would be at that concert?

Bruce said...

You're not going to see Sir Paul at Coachella??? You haven't even mentioned that he is going to be there on the blog (unless I missed it).

molly said...

i wanted to go to britney so bad too! it sold out way too fast for me..i couldnt find anyone to go with me. :(
you'll have to tell me all about it!

Gary said...

That Chris Evans is "WOW" (loved the google images, but they left me feeling that I should start working out again, which I suppose isn't a bad thing).

I don't know that I agree with Britney being in her prime. I think she is past her heyday. A bit of the shine has come off that apple. Although I bopped down the street listening to Womanizer I find it hard to support someone who is so self involved and shallow.

Crazy Eddie said...

I used to be attracted to white guys years ago. I don't know exactly what happened, but I've transitioned into Latinos. I find them a whole lot more passionate, and not in the stereotypical sort of way.

I must say that when I saw this dude without a shirt on in Fantastic 4, I got a woody. And that hasn't happened in some time. A white boy giving me a woody?

You on the other hand, always give me woody...

Besos

Gledwood said...

I never knew what Madonna saw in Sean Penn until I saw images next to each other of Sean Penn and Madonna's father: VERY similar ~ spooky in fact

just felt like bringing Madonna into preceedings for a moment there~haha!!

alice said...

What the hell is myspace doing messing with your blog link..... how rude!!!!!!!!

Back in the sixties, my husband and I went to a concert at least once a month. It was much cheaper then, and you could expect a crowd of like-minds surrounding you. Concert-going is much different today, and I'm not sure I could tolerate it. Ewww... I'm showing my age...... One thing is constant though - I think it's always a rush to be part of LIVE music. It transports you to another place and thats all good.

Chris is seriously cute...