Tondar's Daily Rant

Prepare yourself for the writings of Tondar the Destroyer, Baron of Atlanta, Rightful Heir to the Throne of Spain, from whom all babies come. As his will be blogged, so let it be done.

Saturday, February 04, 2006


Seth - Hear me for I have the wisdom of Flip Saunders, the sword of Uma Thurman, and the comedic timing of Bill Murray.

Thursday, February 02, 2006


But I wanted to have a Tres Crow Day? Posted by Picasa

I don't really have the protestant vocabulary to appreciate this Baptist piece. But I thought I would throw it out there for the kids to read. Afterall, if you can't answer the protestant challenges, than you better take another trip to New Advent and brush up.

But anyways, it seems to me that the author is bemoaning the Church for being long on works but short on Christ, Faith, and Righteousness. Obviously this is off-base for you would have to ignore the crucifix and Eucharist present at every Mass. But hey, that's just one Baptist's ignant opinion.

From CNNSI's Truth & Rumors...

The NBA trading deadline is three weeks from today. If the Knicks don't shape up on defense before then, Larry Brown hinted yesterday, they could be shipped out. Of course, that's easier said than done when you consider how difficult it would be to trade some of the onerous long-term contracts choking the Knicks' league-high $124-million payroll. But if nothing else, Brown promised there will be a "consequence" for anyone who doesn't want to play defense. -- Newsday

Is that a promise or a threat. Now I understand the draw of wanting to play in the World's Greatest Sports Arena. But unfortunately, Larry Brown and Isaiah Thomas have run that team straight into the ground so much that I would be doing everything in my power to escape. And then when Larry Brown threatens to trade everybody, all of a sudden a door opens. I'd imagine just about every player on that team would be all over that idea. Considering the "dream job" is kind of blowing up in the face of Brown...

Inside the Knicks' locker room, where confusion and frustration reign, the players are fed up with Larry Brown beating them down privately and publicly, according to several team sources. That's why few players were sorry to see the coach ejected in the third quarter Tuesday night. According to a source, as Brown walked to the locker room, at least two players half-jokingly commented that the team was free to play how it wanted. -- New York Daily News

Sunday, January 29, 2006

Well I'm all tuckered out too :( Posted by Picasa

In the 70s the gays and the Italians were the only ones to like disco. And with the Scissor Sisters, the Italians are too machismo to fall for the same ploy twice.

Frank - All I care about is dance clubs, Asians, and THIS drink.