Artest-ism

November 9, 2006 at 9:46 am 1 comment

I’m going to coin a new phrase.  Whenever something goes horribly wrong, I’m going to call it an Artestism.  Throw a strike ball at the bowling alley and end up with a 7-10 split, that is an Artestism, man.  Go to start your car and it catches on fire, that is an Artestism.  Pacers sign a defensive genius in the game, but he ends up created more havoc off the court than he was supposed to create on it, well – that WAS AN ARTESTISM.  In case you are wondering what inspired my disdain this morning (besides his antics here in Indianapolis), I read this post at BnPositive this morning, which shares a review of Artest’s new CD (which appears to be worth less than the plastic it was printed on).  Great post.

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