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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Hot Chick In Tall Socks Of The Week: 9/25/11

This girl's wearing knee-high tube socks and showing her butt. What more do you need to know?

Monday, September 19, 2011

Hot Chick In Tall Socks Of The Week: 9/19/11

I'd like to know where this chick got these socks. They're sexy as hell. I'd love to get some for my wife.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Hot Chick In Tall Socks Of The Week: 9/12/11

You know, I have a hard time thinking of clever or witty descriptions for this column every week. So, from now on, unless I can think of anything to say, expect these descriptions to be very basic. Anyway, enjoy this lovely brunette in her red-striped tube socks.

Drawings of Pee-Pees and Wee-Wees: "Damned" by Chuck Palahniuk

Okay, so before I get too far into my first book review, I should probably explain the title of this column. For those that might not be aware, Seinfeld is one of my all-time favorite shows. It's one of those shows that I can watch over and over and never get sick of. As a result, I decided I wanted to name this column after something in the show. One of my all-time favorite performances on the show was in the episode entitled "The Library". Actor Philip Baker Hall plays Lt. Bookman, a veteran library police officer. After tracking down Jerry due to an overdue book, Bookman utters one of the funniest lines ever on the show (and a great reading to boot):

"Maybe we can live without libraries, people like you and me. Maybe. Sure, we're too old to change the world, but what about that kid, sitting down, opening a book, right now, in a branch at the local library and finding drawings of pee-pees and wee-wees on the Cat in the Hat and the Five Chinese Brothers? Doesn't HE deserve better? Look. If you think this is about overdue fines and missing books, you'd better think again."

And thus, "Drawings of Pee-Pees and Wee-Wees" was born. Okay, now that that's out of the way, onto the book review.

A little over a week ago, I was given the chance to receive a free copy of Chuck Palahniuk's latest novel, titled Damned in advance, provided I do a review for it. This book won't be released for at least another five weeks to the general public, so I jumped at the chance. Palahniuk just happens to be my favorite author, and I own every book he's ever written, including both non-fiction works. Although some of Palahniuk's works are better than others, I have yet to be disappointed with a single one of his books.

I can tell you right off the bat that Damned is no exception.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

My Game Shelf: L.A. Noire (PS3)

So, I've been putting off reviewing Rockstar's latest hit game for a week or two now. Why? In all honesty, I've just been lazy about writing. That's all. No other reason besides that. However, I've got the time right now, so I think I'll finally get it out of the way. Partially because I want to, but also partially because I'll be finishing another game shortly and will want to write a review about that as well. Anyway, enough of that, onto the review of L.A. Noire.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Hot Chick In Tall Socks Of The Week: 9/5/11 (Porn Star Edition)

This week's Hot Chick In Tall Socks goes to another porn star. This time, the lovely Tori Black earns the award. Resembling a naughtier Natalie Portman (at least, in some of the pictures I've seen), Tori Black is, in my opinion, one of the most gorgeous women in the business today. Here she is in some sexy striped thigh-highs (my favorite style).

10 Cult Classic Wrestling Gimmicks

With wrestling gimmicks, you never know when something will hit or not. That's one reason why, over the years, there have been so many stupid, offensive, or down right horrible gimmicks; because wrestling is a strange business, and sometimes, the weirdest things can get over with a crowd. Look at the Undertaker. Here's a guy who took the awful, awful gimmick of an undead mortician and, thanks to the crowd taking a liking to it for whatever reason, has remained in the top tier of the WWE for nearly 25 years (not that I like the Undertaker, but that's another story for another day). While that was a gimmick that was intended to get over, there have been many others that really weren't. Yet, despite it all, have become favorites among many long time fans and have also enjoyed a pretty decent amount of success.On that note, I present 10 of the best "cult classic" gimmicks that were probably never meant to get over as well as they did. While I normally rank these lists, I found it a little hard to decide who ranked above who and why. Instead, I am just presenting them in no particular order. Again, it's my blog and my list, so I'll do what I damn well please.

The list starts off with the most recent cult favorite out of all of the entries you will see here. Jay Lethal was another X-Division wrestler in TNA not really going anywhere. He had all the in-ring talent in the world, but seemed to be missing something. Then one day, after receiving a blessing from no less than the late "Macho Man" Randy Savage, "Black Machismo" was born. Lethal, a long-time Savage fan, studied Savage's mannerisms, moves and speaking style until he had everything just right, and man, did he hit the nail on the head. Jay Lethal had an absolutely perfect Randy Savage impression down, even to the gravely voice and fried hairstyle. While this gimmick was probably only supposed to last a couple months, Lethal was so good in the role he ended up keeping it for a few years and developed quite a fan following in the process (as well as a handful of TNA titles). On top of that, Lethal proved he had natural charisma when given the chance to show it, and would later wind up also doing a somehow even funnier Ric Flair impersonation (dubbed "The Black Nature Boy" by some). Seriously, if you haven't seen Lethal's Flair impersonation, look it up on YouTube. You won't be sorry.

Friday, September 2, 2011

The Illustrated Man, Part 19: Green Lantern (Updated)

I also had the Green Lantern ring touched up today. Hopefully, the green ink sticks to my skin better this time. Touch-up courtesy of Chase Martines at Brave New World Tattoo in Denver, CO.

The Illustrated Man, Part 6: Snake Eyes (Updated)

I just had my Snake Eyes tattoo updated yesterday. After 10 years, it needed a serious touch-up. I had it given a fresh coat of color, as well as some additions. Touch-up/additions courtesy of Chase Martines at Brave New World Tattoo in Denver, CO.