Cold Cut Thursday Rundown

You know what? In exactly 1,311 years today’s date that will be 3/3/3333. Alright, on that note let’s get to the Thursday Rundown…

Celebrity Big Brother Reaction – Well, Sidney and I watched every episode of the third season of Celebrity Big Brother and enjoyed it thoroughly. Before the game started, I said I was going to pull for Todd Bridges. He made it far into the game but UFC fighter Miesha Tate outlasted everyone for the $250,000. To be honest, I could not have been happier. I became a Miesha fan early in the game and cheered for her to be victorious. I liked how she played hard and with intensity…she never tried to “lay low” during competitions. I also admired how well she did considering the strict training and diet regimen she was on. Sidney didn’t like her but I sure did.

I was happy to see Miesha Tate when Celebrity Big Brother.

The Godfather – If you haven’t watched The Godfather movies, at least the first two, you should probably get on it. I didn’t watch them until four years ago but I was glad I did. The films are classic American cinema and contain pop culture references used today (that you have no idea about). In honor of the franchise turning 50 years old, I think it is time that you get some popcorn and watch The Godfather.

Me holding last Sunday’s Parade issue that celebrated the 50th anniversary of The Godfather.

National Cold Cuts Day – Back before Subway got expensive, it was actually my favorite fast food restaurant. During this era that ran roughly from 2010-2014, the only sandwich I would order was the $5 cold cut combo. Oh how I loved chomping into one of those things. Simple, fresh, and filling. But Subway has really gone down hill over the past several years so I won’t be celebrating today.

I used to like nothing more than a fresh cold cut combo from Subway

Sriracha – This weekend will mark nine years since I wrote an ode to Sriracha sauce. Back in those days, I put it on pretty much everything…well, except for ice cream. What made Sriracha so special? I think it packed both heat and flavor to a degree that other hot sauces couldn’t come close to reaching. But a couple years after I wrote this, I ended up phasing Sriracha out of my life. The reason for this was that I met Sidney, an incredible cook. I quickly learned that when you are eating delicious homecooked meals there is no need for a hot sauce.

Back in 2013 when I didn’t need just one BUT two bottles of Sriracha in my apartment.

Throwback Humor – I thought we would end tonight’s rundown with a little bit of humor. I still enjoy the concept of Throwback Thursday after all these years and sometimes participate myself. But I thought this angle on Throwback Thursday was pretty cute.

I thought this was pretty good!


Thanks for your kind attention tonight. Enjoy your Friday and I hope you have a nice weekend. Don’t Blink.

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