Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Week 3: Results

Another week in the books and another week in the books that I didn't win.   So it goes, eh?  Well, apologies, but I don't have anything funny to write.  Wait, here ya go.  Poop.  Ha!  Good stuff, eh?

To the results!

When last we met you may recall that Week 3 was decided before Monday night even happened.  Also Dave Labowitz didn't win.  That's some shit right there.  Well, Monday night went ahead and happened anyway, but John Weaver didn't need its help.  Which is good, because Chicago won, so he didn't get it.  Didn't matter.  Mr. Weaver is and will always be known as the Big Weiner from Week 3!  Congrats to John Weaver, who, as the designated wiener, wins not one, not two, but three copies of And They Ask Me Why I Drink, by Nino Greasemanelli.  Yes, that includes the one from my bathroom!

Just to whet your appetite, here's what some of the reviewers on Amazon.com said (sadly I'm not making these up):

*I read this on a plane. It was awful. I was intrigued because my mother used to listen to this guy when we were kids in DC. She thought he was hilarious. I don't know, the book kind of sucked.

*I purchased mine at a yard sale for $0.50 and read it in the bathroom. Given all of that I still felt ripped off! I can't stress enough---DONT BUY THIS BOOK!!!--- To sum it up in one word "LAME"

OK, Weaver, listen carefully.  You can hold on to your red snapper, or you can go for whats in the box that's being brought down the isle right now!  Whats it gonna be?!

Ah, who cares.  You win the WSP of $70.  Have fun blowing it it all on booze and porn.

The standings for Week 3:

1. John Weaver ... 12-4
2. Josh Money ... 11-5
3. Zack Klein ... 10-6
3. Bill Denton ... 10-6
5. Karl Vaillancourt ... 9-7
5. George Smith ... 9-7
5. Joey Bansen ... 9-7
5. Matthew Mariam ... 9-7
9. Gedeon Mariam ... 8-8
9. Dave Labowitz ... 8-8
9. Matthew Kory ... 8-8
12. Robin Wood ... 7-9
12. Jon Stover ... 7-9
14. Sandy Kory ... 6-10
14. Alex Mena ... 6-10

After two weeks, we have have a new resident in the head chair.  You'll be shocked to learn its John Weaver.  Still we're only three weeks into this daddy and its a close race overall.  No reason to panic as there's only eight games separating first and last place. 

1. John Weaver ... 33-15
2. Zack Klein ... 32-16
3. George Smith ... 30-18
3. Alex Mena ... 30-18
5. Bill Denton ... 29-19
5. .Josh Money ... 29-19
5. Joey Bansen ... 29-19
8. Dave Labowitz ... 28-20
9. Matthew Kory ... 27-21
9. Matthew Mariam ... 27-21
9. Gedeon Mariam ... 27-21
12. Jon Stover ... 26-22
12. Karl Vaillancourt ... 26-22
14. Sandy Kory ... 26-22
15. Robin Wood ... 25-23

One programing note: The wife and I are taking a bit of a road trip this weekend.  [pause for hooting and hollering to stop]  The whole telecommunications revolution thing is kinda spotty here in Oregon, especially when you get outside the city, so I'm not entirely sure I'll have internet access.  This is all by way of saying there may not be a Sunday night update on this here blog.  Though there might be. 

The schedule for Week 4 will be up shortly.  Congrats again to John Weaver, and best of luck to everyone this coming week.

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