Thursday, March 17, 2005

Steve Alten, Congress in baseball, & NEW media content

Hey kids,
The Turzman here, and I caught a little of the Congressional hearings on steroids in baseball on ESPN this morning while I tried to wake up.
I was curious to see if the Reps were merely going to fluff their feathers, or actually try to fix this problem that MLB would rather let slide.
I was pleased to see the speakers treat MLB like a pinata in the opening statements and I think some good will come from all this, including (but not limited to) harsher penalties for cheaters that get caught.

You want my dish on March Madness, listen to archives of "Sportstalk" (the March 16 episode) where my I filled out my bracket with my partner, Ray "The Phantom" Franklin.

Now, for the good stuff:
NY Times best-selling author Steve Alten is promoting the "Creature Double Feature" this May, when his novel "Meg: Primal Waters" (book 3 in the MEG series) is released in paperback alongside the release of his new thriller, "The Loch."
"The Loch" is a highly anticipated take on the Nessie myth and according to zoologists, it offers a new twist on Nessie deeply rooted in biology, thus producing a more realistic take on her than most documentaries about the lake.
For more information on Steve Alten, and to find out how you can have a character named after you in his future novels, visit Steve on the Net at http://www.stevealten.com

We have some new media for you here at Turzman Central,
This video is from last year's cinematic release, "Freedom Police."
"America: (expletive) Yeah!"
http://www.cannibalthemusical.net/ta/america.htm

And this excellent video of a school of sharks attacking a huge Tarpon some poor soul caught on rod & reel and had to watch it taken away.
http://turzman.com/shows/sharkattack.mov

Oh yeah- the Piano Man is back in rehab. Lay off the sauce, Billy!
http://entertainment.msn.com/news/article.aspx?news=184934&mpc=1

The nationally televised Ashlee Simpson screw up is here...
http://turzman.com/shows/ashlee_snl.wmv
The infamous Yankee fan video is still the most popular here at Turzman Central. It is here...
http://turzman.com/asshole.avi
This guy rocks-"You have bad taste in music!"...
http://youhavebadtasteinmusic.com/jt_ca.html
Here's a funny short film about two urine sample cups...
http://starterupsteve.com/swf/flasdenderler.html
Here are a bunch of idiots who throw some poor girl through a basketball hoop and have no regard for her well-being after the stunt is done. Jackasses.
http://www.muchosucko.com/video-wow.html
Here is a video of some brilliant young minds that built a fully sized remote control car and have fun in the desert, or dessert, whichever is not the final course of a meal.
http://turzman.com/misc/rccar.wmv
Here is some psychopath that parachutes from a tall building.
http://turzman.com/misc/building_jumping.wmv
Here is the best commercial from last year's Superbowl. Do you smell B-B-Q?
http://turzman.com/misc/horsefart.wmv
The Great White Shark Song, by abc-
http://www.abc4explore.com/gwsharksong.html
The funniest condom commercial EVER can be seen by clicking here-http://turzman.com/misc/durex.mov

Be sure to check out my "Fave Linx" section of Turzman Central by clicking here-http://www.turzman.com/turzman/links.htm
Other sites of note that have not been added yet...The website for Broken Pictures can be seen by clicking here...
http://www.brokenpictures.com
The Swinging Johnson Brothers comedy troupe can be found on the Net at
http://www.swingingjohnson.com
abc's website dedicated to the study of Great White Sharks is at
http://www.abc4explore.com/
Visit Webmaster Steve-
http://www.tursi.com/steve/
Josh and Erin-
http://www.joshanderincool.com
And the NEW Coyote Radio-
http://coyoteradio.csusb.edu/ where you can hear me and Ray (the Phantom) Franklin every Wednesday afternoon on "Sportstalk", from 2-4 pm, pacific.

http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/efc/efc_hp/hp_obw_cam.asp
Click this link to see the Great White Shark (who is still thriving) at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

E-mail the Turz at mike@turzman.com or leave a phone message at (909) 881-3654.

Live long & prosper.
m.