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Towson Hosts UNC Wilmington Saturday in CAA Clash

Posted on 28 January 2012 by WNST Staff

ON AIR: Saturday’s game can be seen live on ESPN3 with Gerry Sandusky handling the play-by-play duties and Vince Angotti providing analysis.

SETTING THE STAGE: The Tigers welcome UNC Wilmington to the Towson Center Arena today for a CAA clash. The Seahawks have dropped five of  their last six games after starting 3-1 in Colonial Athletic Association play. The Tigers are coming off a 67-42 loss at home to VCU and will be playing their fourth game in eight days. Towson and UNCW are two of the best squads in the CAA in offensive rebounding. The Tigers average 13.0 offensive rebounds per game and rank second in the league by grabbing 36.9 percent of their offensive misses. The Seahawks corral 34.7 percent of their missed shots, a number that ranks fifth in the conference. Saturday’s game is being sponsored by the University Store.

THIEVERY:
The Tigers had a season-high 13 steals against VCU on Wednesday. It was the second time this season Towson had double figures in steals. Freshman point guard Kris Walden led Towson with a season-high four steals while senior Robert Nwankwo and freshman Deon Jones each had three thefts.

DOMINATING THE BOARDS: Towson won the rebounding battle against VCU, 40-35, Wednesday night. It was the fourth straight game in which the Tigers outrebounded their opponent. Towson’s opposition in that stretch included George Mason, VCU and Old Dominion, all of which are in the top-four of the CAA standings. The Tigers are one of just three CAA teams (Drexel, Georgia State) to have three players rank in the Top 20 in the league in rebounding. Senior Robert Nwankwo and sophomores Marcus Damas and Erique Gumbs are each in the Top 20. Nwankwo ranks fourth in the league at 8.9 rebounds per game.

LAST TIME OUT: Towson was upended by VCU on Wednesday, 67-42. Forward Robert Nwankwo continued his stellar play for the Tigers as the senior recorded his eighth double-double of the season and his fourth in the last five games. Nwankwo scored a team-high 16 points and grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds. Freshman Deon Jones just missed his second double-double of the year, tallying nine points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

SCOUTING THE SEAHAWKS: UNC Wilmington is coming off back-to-back losses against two of the top teams in the CAA. After topping William & Mary on the road, the Seahawks fell at George Mason, 67-61, Monday before getting beat at home by Old Dominion, 53-48, on Wednesday. Junior Keith Rendleman leads the league in rebounding with 11.0 boards a game and his 15.2 points a contest ranks seventh. Freshman Adam Smith is sixth in the CAA with 15.5 points per game.

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 23 January 2012 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: NBA-Charlotte Bobcats @ Washington Wizards (Wednesday 7pm from Verizon Center live on Comcast SportsNet), Washington Wizards @ Houston Rockets (Friday 8pm from Houston live on Comcast SportsNet), Washington Wizards @ Charlotte Bobcats (Saturday 7pm from Charlotte live on Comcast SportsNet), Chicago Bulls @ Washington Wizards (Monday 7pm from Verizon Center live on Comcast SportsNet/NBA TV); Women’s College Basketball: Virginia Tech @ Maryland (Thursday 7pm Comcast Center); Golf: PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open (Thursday & Friday 3pm live on Golf Channel, Saturday & Sunday 3pm live on CBS. All golf from La Jolla, CA); Monster Jam (Friday-Sunday Verizon Center); Boxing: Friday Night Fights-Ruslan Provodnikov vs. David Torres (Friday 9pm from Airway Heights, WA live on ESPN2); High School Basketball: Parkville @ Perry Hall (Wednesday 6:30pm), Perry Hall @ Kenwood (Friday 7pm)

10. Miranda Lambert (Thursday 7:30pm 1st Mariner Arena); Matt Nathanson (Sunday 6:30pm Rams Head Live); Marc Broussard (Monday 8pm Rams Head on Stage); Big Head Todd and the Monsters (Friday 8pm 9:30 Club); Ryan Adams/Jason Isbell (Tuesday 7:30pm Strathmore); Widespread Panic (Tuesday/Wednesday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring); FUEL (Saturday 1:30pm Sandy Point State Park)

I feel as though I really shouldn’t admit how much I enjoy this song “Faster” by Matt Nathanson. It’s just that I can’t help it…

Ditto for “Rocksteady” by Marc Broussard…

Ryan Adams has made about a million songs in his life. None top this…

I saw FUEL like five times between 2000-2001. Make fun all you want, but you know you’ll be singing along to this…

9. Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge (Friday-Saturday Sandy Point State Park); Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week (Tuesday-Sunday); “Luck” premieres on HBO (Sunday 9pm); 50/50” and “Real Steel” available on Blu-Ray/DVD (Tuesday)

You know who’s part of Restaurant Week? A spot I can’t name (because they’re not a sponsor) but who makes the best salad in Charm City…

You know who it is. And you know it’s fantastic.

Also, did everyone see 50/50? I thought it was one of the best movies of 2011 (Clip NSFW)…

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Towson Squares Off With Old Dominion Again Wednesday on WNST

Posted on 18 January 2012 by WNST Staff

ON AIR: Wednesday’s gams can be heard live on WNST-AM (1570) with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti calling the action.

SETTING THE STAGE: For the second time in 12 days, Towson and Old Dominion will square off on the hardwood. The Tigers will be looking to avenge their loss in Norfolk as the squad’s battle at the Towson Center at 7 p.m.

BLOCK PARTY: Tiger senior Robert Nwankwo ranks third in the CAA and 28th nationally with 2.5 blocks per game. The forward blocked a season-high six shots at Georgia State on Saturday and as a team, Towson blocked 10 shots, the second most by any CAA team in a game this season.

GETTING DEFENSIVE: Towson has limited four of its last six opponents to 60 points or less. During that stretch, the Tigers held No. 15 Virginia to 57 points on Dec. 30.

DOUBLE FIGURE DAMAS: Sophomore forward Marcus Damas has scored in double figures in nine of his last 12 games and ranks in the Top 20 in the CAA in both scoring and rebounding.

SCOUTING THE MONARCHS: Old Dominion is currently tied atop the Colonial Athletic Association standings with a 10-8 overall record and a 5-1 mark in league games. Current CAA Player of the Week and preseason player of the year selection Kent Bazemore, leads the Monarchs averaging 14.6 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. The senior tallied a career-high 27 points at Delaware last Wednesday. Senior Chris Cooper leads the CAA with 10 double-double’s. Senior Trian Iliadis tallied a team-high 19 points on 8-for-13 shooting to lead the Monarchs to a 69-61 victory against Hofstra this past Saturday.

LAST TIME OUT: Senior forward Robert Nwankwo exploded for 17 points, 13 rebounds, six blocks and four steals, but it wasn’t enough as Georgia State held off Towson, 57-42, at the GSU Sports Arena last Saturday. The double-double for Nwankwo was his fifth of the season and 14th of his career. The senior also passed former Tiger Junior Hairston for sixth all-time at Towson with 630 career rebounds. The Tigers shot just 25.0 percent from the floor in the game, its second worst shooting performance of the season. Despite the poor shooting, Towson was only outscored 24-22 in the tightly contested second half. Freshman point guard Kris Walden, who leads all CAA rookies in assists per game, dished out seven dimes in the loss.

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 16 January 2012 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Women’s College Basketball-Wake Forest @ Maryland (Thursday 7pm Comcast Center), Maryland @ Duke (Sunday 3:30pm from Durham, NC live on ESPNU); Golf: PGA Tour Humana Challenge (Thursday & Friday 3pm Saturday & Sunday 4pm from La Quinta, CA live on Golf Channel), Champions Tour Mitsubishi Electric Championship (Friday 6:30pm Saturday & Sunday 7:30pm from Ka’upulehu-Kona, HI live on Golf Channel); Boxing: Eddie Chambers vs. Sergei Liakhovic (Saturday 9pm from Philly live on NBC Sports Network); High School Basketball: Woodlawn @ Perry Hall (Wednesday 6:30pm), Milford Mill @ Perry Hall (Friday 7pm)

10. Dru Hill (Saturday 7pm Rams Head Live); Taproot (Saturday 6:30pm Recher Theatre); Jimi Haha (Thursday 8pm 8×10 Club); Aimee Mann (Monday 8pm Rams Head on Stage); Ozomatli (Saturday 9pm 9:30 Club); Bryan Adams (Monday 8pm Strathmore)

For those of us in Charm City, Sisqo and the boys from Dru Hill are a bit of royalty-even if they’re not really all that famous anymore.  They were so freaking awesome in the mid-90′s…

I heart Jimi Haha-and not just because I beat the Jimmie’s Chicken Shack/Jarflys frontman a few weeks ago in “Everybody Beats Glenn”…

You’ve probably heard some Ozomatli, even if you don’t think you have…

I love Bryan Adams. So sue me.

9. Adam Carolla (Saturday 8pm & 10pm Fillmore Silver Spring); “Haywire” out in theaters (Friday)

Adam Carolla is a funny hombre. I LOVED him with Dr. Drew on “Loveline”, but I think I loved Crank Yankers even more…

I don’t know if you’d call me “excited” about the pending release of Haywire, but I AM excited about posting another new picture of Gina Carano…

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Towson Visits First Place Georgia State Saturday on WNST

Posted on 14 January 2012 by WNST Staff

ON AIR: Saturday’s game can be seen live on ESPN3 with Bob Neal handling the play-by-play duties and legendary Towson coach Vince Angotti providing analysist. The CAA clash can also be heard live on WNST with Spiro Morekas calling all the action.

SETTING THE STAGE: Towson returns to the road Saturday to take on a 12-win Georgia State squad that is currently tied for first in the CAA standings. The Tigers are still seeking their first victory of the season while the Panthers won a school-record 11 games in a row earlier this season.

TIGHT GAMES: In recent years, the series between Towson and Georgia State has been extremely competitive. Two of the last five meetings have went into overtime and four consecutive games have been decided by single digits, including a narrow three-point win by the Panthers a year ago.

GETTING DEFENSIVE: Towson has limited five of its last six opponents to 66 points or less. The Tigers held No. 16 Virginia to 57 points on Dec. 30.

PASS THE ROCK: Tiger point guard Kris Walden leads all CAA freshmen and ranks ninth in the league in assists per game. Walden is averaging 3.1 dimes per contest.

LAST TIME OUT: Towson scored the first six points of the game and led for most of the first half before William & Mary rallied in the final 11 minutes to hand the Tigers a 66-49 loss Wednesday night at the Towson Center. A trio of Tigers scored in double figures, led by sophomore Marcus Damas’ 14 points on 6-for-14 shooting. Senior Robert Nwankwo chipped in 11 points to go along with eight rebounds and three blocks while freshman Deon Jones netted 10 points for the second consecutive game. William & Mary’s Quinn McDowell scored 17 of his game-high 26 points in the second half and was integral during a 16-0 Tribe run which broke open a tie game late in the second half.

SCOUTING THE PANTHERS: Georgia State, picked to finish 11th in the CAA in the preseason, is currently tied for first in the league with conference wins against Drexel and at VCU. The Panthers won a school-record 11 games in a row after dropping their first three of the season. Georgia State boasts the CAA’s top scoring offense at 69.8 points per game. Four Panthers average 9.8 points per game or more, led by Devonta White’s 13.1 poitns a contest.

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 10 January 2012 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Women’s College Basketball-Virginia @ Maryland (Monday 8:30pm from Comcast Center live on Comcast SportsNet); Boxing: Friday Night Fights-Teon Kennedy vs. Chris Martin (Friday 9pm from Las Vegas live on ESPN2); High School Basketball: Franklin @ Perry Hall (Wednesday 6:30pm), Perry Hall @ Catonsville (Friday 7pm)

10. G. Love & Special Sauce (Friday 8pm Rams Head Live); Bootsy Collins (Wednesday 7:30pm Baltimore Soundstage), Charm City Devils (Saturday 7pm Baltimore Soundstage); Smithereens (Friday 6:30pm & 9:30pm Rams Head on Stage); Rebelution (Sunday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring)

You can’t pay me to say something negative about G. Love. Unless you pay me with money. I’ll lie about anything for money.

I believe Bootsy Collins is a Cincinnati Bengals fan but I’m willing to look past that. I mean, the man did do this…

Charm City Devils are just…just awesome….

I saw Rebelution at Artscape once. Pretty good…

9. George Lopez (Saturday 8pm D.A.R. Constitution Hall); “Contraband” opens in theaters (Friday); Baltimore County Restaurant Week (Thursday-Monday)

George Lopez is only sorta funny sometimes and while Contraband might be okay I can’t tell you I’m really looking forward to it.

So let’s talk about Restaurant Week. As you know, Hightopps Backstage Grille in Timonium is one of my personal favorite spots in Baltimore County. What you might not know is that the breakout star of “Monday Night Live” for the 2011 season was the Santa Fe Fries…

I would have taken a picture of a full plate, but there was never a full plate. Never.

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Towson Tries To Snap Losing Streak Monday Night on WNST

Posted on 02 January 2012 by WNST Staff

GAME INFO: Towson (0-13) will take on Northeastern (4-7) at 7 p.m. on Monday at the Towson Center Arena. The game can be heard line on WNST-AM with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti calling the action.

BACK INTO CAA PLAY:
Towson returns to Colonial Athletic Association play tonight against Northeastern. The Tigers fell in an early season league game against George Mason, while Northeastern lost to Old Dominion in its only conference tilt.

HOME SWEET HOME: The Tigers have played six of their last eight games at home. After tonight, Towson heads on the road for a pair of league games at preseason favorite Drexel and two-time defending CAA Champion Old Dominion.

HANGING TOUGH: Towson’s seven-point loss at No. 23/24 Virginia on Friday was its second closest margin of defeat this season. The Tigers lost by just four at home against UMBC on Dec. 10.

TOUGHEST NON-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE IN THE CAA: Towson has played six teams either ranked or receiving votes in the national polls in its 13 games. According to the Pomeroy Ratings, the Tigers have played the toughest schedule in the CAA thus far. Towson has played teams from the ACC, Big 12, Big 10 and Pac-12 this season.

SHOOTING LIGHTS OUT: Senior Robert Nwankwo is shooting a remarkable 15-for-22 (68.2 percent) from the floor in his last three games. He is among the CAA’s leaders in scoring (11.9 ppg/19th), rebounding (8.5 rpg/4th), field goal percentage (47.7/7th) and blocks (2.2 bpg/3rd). Nwankwo has led Towson in rebounding in all but three games this season.

SCOUTING THE HUSKIES: Northeastern snapped a six-game losing streak with a 53-51 win at Vermont on Friday. Joel Smith connected on a runner from the right wing as timed expired to give the Huskies the dramatic victory. Three of Northeastern’s four wins this season have come on the road. Jonathan Lee leads Northeastern in both scoring (13.5 ppg) and assists (3.7 apg). The Huskies and Tigers have three common opponents thus far in the season. Northeastern fell and UMass and at LaSalle while winning at Vermont. Towson lost to La Salle and Vermont at home and dropped a road matchup against UMass.

LAST TIME OUT: Towson gave No. 23/24 Virginia all that it could handle in a narrow 57-50 defeat in front of 8,751 fans at John Paul Jones Arena Friday evening. The young Tigers led by as many as eight in the first half and the Cavaliers were never able to garner a double digit lead in the game. Freshman point guard Kris Walden played perhaps the best game of his young career, tallying a season-high 15 points on 6-for-13 shooting. Playing in his first collegiate game in his home state, Walden hit a season-high three from beyond the arc. Sophomore Marcus Damas had 10 of his 13 points in the second half to keep Towson within striking distance late. Towson held two-time Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week Mike Scott to just seven points. The Tigers shot an impressive 56.0 percent in the second half against Virginia, which is the second best team in the country in scoring defense. Towson had just four turnovers in the second half. Senior Robert Nwankwo made his presence felt on the defensive side of the floor, swatting a season-high five shots. The senior currently ranks third in the CAA in blocked shots. The Tigers also controlled the paint, outscoring Virginia 16-8 down low.

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Towson Visits Virginia Friday Night

Posted on 29 December 2011 by Glenn Clark

PLAYING THE BEST: Including Friday’s game, Towson has played six teams either ranked or receiving votes in the national polls in its 13 games. According to the Pomeroy Ratings, the Tigers have played the second toughest schedule in the CAA thus far. Towson has already played teams from the ACC, Big 12, Big 10 and Pac-12 this season.

LEAVING HOME: Friday’s game will be the first time the Tigers have had to travel away from the Towson/Baltimore area in exactly one month. Prior to playing five of six games at home, Towson played at UMass on Nov. 30. The only road game since then was a quick trip to Baltimore to take on Coppin State.

PLACE IN TIGER HISTORY: Senior Robert Nwankwo is quickly moving up the Towson career record books. Nwankwo is currently eighth all-time in Towson history with 588 career rebounds. He’s just six boards behind Steffan Bunsavage for seventh place. The senior forward has 170 career blocks, the third most all-time in Tiger basketball history. He trails just John James and Pat McKinley.

RELYING ON ROB: Senior Robert Nwankwo ranks in the Top 10 in the CAA in rebounding, blocks and field goal percentage. The forward is third in the CAA in 10+ rebound games (5) and his four double-doubles is fourth in the league. Nwankwo leads all CAA players with 4.4 offensive rebounds per game. The senior leads the team and is 16th in the league in scoring (12.3 ppg) and is first on the squad and fourth in the conference in blocks (1.9 bpg). Nwankwo registered consecutive double-double efforts against nationally-ranked Kansas and Michigan in the first two games of the season. With four double-doubles this season, Nwankwo has 13 in his career.

ON THE OFFENSIVE GLASS: The Tigers have grabbed 39.6 percent of their offensive misses, a mark that leads the CAA. Towson’s 168 offensive rebounds are second among league schools.

LAST TIME OUT: Vermont sophomore forward Luke Apfeld came off the bench to score a career-high 24 points in only 22 minutes of action as the Catamounts raced out to an early lead and didn’t look back in a 65-49 non-conference win over Towson University in the Towson Center Arena last Friday. Towson committed a season-low 10 turnovers in the game. The prior season-low was 13 turnovers against George Mason on Dec. 3. The Tigers also grabbed 30 or more rebounds for the fifth straight game. Freshman Deon Jones paced the Towson attack with 11 points on four of eight shooting for his fourth double digit scoring game of the season. Freshman Alex Giergen tallied a season-high eight points and did not miss a shot from the field, including two three-point field goals.

SCOUTING THE CAVALIERS: Virginia has won nine straight games and is currently ranked in both major national Top 25 polls. Virginia’s win streak is the longest for the Cavaliers since 2001-02 and UVa is 11-1 for the first time since the 2000-01 season. The Cavaliers are a perfect 7-0 at home this season, winning by an average of 25.1 points per game. Mike Scott leads Virginia in both scoring (17.1 ppg) and rebounding (9.6 rpg). Scott has won back-to-back ACC Player of the Week honors.

COMMON OPPONENTS: The Cavaliers and Tigers have two common opponents thus far in the season. Virginia defeated George Mason and Michigan at home, while Towson fell on the road against the Wolverines and lost at home to the Patriots. Virginia is 2-0 verse teams from the CAA this season. The Cavaliers picked up wins against Drexel (49-35) and George Mason (68-48).

 

-TowsonTigers.com-

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Towson Hosts Vermont Friday Night on WNST

Posted on 23 December 2011 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - The Towson men’s basketball team is set to play its final non-conference home game of the 2011-12 season against Vermont Friday at 7 p.m. The game can be heard live on WNST-AM 1570 with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti calling the action from the Towson Center Arena.

TIGER UPDATE: Towson will play its final non-conference home game of the 2011-12 season tonight against Vermont. The Tigers are led by senior Robert Nwankwo, who averages 12.6 points and 8.7 rebounds per game. Tonight’s game will complete a stretch where Towson played five of six at home. Fans should be on the lookout for a special visitor at tonight’s game as Santa Claus will be in attendance!

LAST TIME OUT: Senior Robert Nwankwo fell just short of his fifth double-double of the season with a career-high tying 19 points and nine rebounds, but his performance wasn’t enough as Manhattan overcame an early nine-point deficit to top Towson, 81-62, Tuesday evening in the Towson Center. Towson scored a season-high 62 points and won the rebounding battle (33-25) for the sixth time this season. The Tigers also shot a season-high 75.8 percent (25-for-33) from the free throw line, but were hurt severely by 23 turnovers that led to 28 Manhattan points. Nwankwo recorded a season-high eight field goals on just 11 attempts while also blocking three shots and swiping a pair of steals. Freshman Jervon Pressley returned from a one-game absence to score a season-high nine points and classmate Kris Walden netted seven points and turned the ball over just once.

SERIES HISTORY: Towson and Vermont have played 16 times on the hardwood with both squads winning eight times. The Catamounts won the last meeting between the teams, 59-57, at home on Nov. 24, 2007.

SCOUTING VERMONT: The Catamounts, who are playing their second straight road game  tonight, come in with a 5-7 record. Vermont topped Fairleigh Dickinson, 71-53, on Wednesday to snap a five-game losing streak. Four McGlynn leads the Catamounts in scoring at 11.5 points per game while coming off the bench. Vermont is paced on the boards by Brian Voelkel, who averages 8.0 rebounds per game. The Catamounts defeated CAA opponent Old Dominion, 65-63, in Norfolk on November 23.

REBOUNDING WITH THE BEST: Towson out-rebounded Manhattan by a 33-25 margin Tuesday evening. The Tigers have won the rebounding battle in six of 11 games this season and lead the CAA by corralling 40.7 percent of its offensive rebound opportunities.

WHAT’S ON TAP?: Towson returns to the road Friday, Dec. 30 at ACC foe Virginia. The Cavaliers are currently ranked No. 24 in the nation and boast a 10-1 record. The Tigers will then resume CAA play on January 2 against Northeastern at the Towson Center. Tip time is set for 7 p.m.

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 20 December 2011 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Women’s College Basketball-UMBC @ Navy (Tuesday 7pm Alumni Hall)

10. Kix (Friday 7pm Rams Head Live); Cinder Road (Friday 7pm Recher Theatre); Mint Condition (Thursday 7:30pm Baltimore Soundstage); Cris Jacobs Band (Friday 8pm 8×10 Club); Carbon Leaf (Thursday 8pm Friday 3pm & 8pm Rams Head on Stage), Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers (Monday 8pm Rams Head on Stage); Chuck Brown/Wale (Wednesday 6pm 9:30 Club); Common “The Dreamer, The Believer” available in stores/on iTunes (Tuesday)

Judge me all you want. I went to see Mint Condition (and Boyz II Men actually) on the 4th of July a few years ago in Phoenix. It was AWESOME.

Knowing CJB is playing in Federal Hill Friday night only makes me sad thinking about The Bridge…

I’m such a nerdy fan of Carbon Leaf…

Honestly, I don’t think much of Wale’s new record. But his first was a freaking JAM…

9. John Waters Christmas (Wednesday 8pm Modell Performing Arts Center-Lyric); “Warrior” available on DVD/Blu-Ray (Tuesday); “The Adventures of Tintin” (Wednesday) & “War Horse” (Sunday) out in theaters

If I can’t make it to The Lyric Wednesday night, I’d be willing to settle for watching old clips of John Waters talking to David Letterman…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRJ-CZAnQNs

“Warrior” was the best movie of the year you didn’t see. Did you enjoy “The Wrestler”? “The Fighter”? Yeah…that realm.

Oh, and “War Horse” is the movie your girlfriend REALLY wants to see but is also REALLY afraid might be very sad so she’s thinking about not seeing it.

Wait. Strike that.

“War Horse” is the movie MY girlfriend REALLY wants to see but is also REALLY afraid might be very sad so she’s thinking about not seeing it.

It’s confusing. Here’s this!

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