Saturday, October 31, 2009
Tonight is game three, but it's a Saturday and it's Halloween, so you really should go out. Because of that, the TV options are quite limited. Sure you can always find some Law and Order reruns but there is not much in the way of new programming. So if you must stay home and pass out candy, we have just one suggestion other than the World Series that are worth watching on TV.
8:00pm: College Football - Two huge games that have national championship implications. Texas pretty much controls their own destiny and they will travel to Oklahoma State. In the other matchup, Oregon hosts USC in essentially an elimination game in the Pac-10 race. The games can be found on ABC and ESPN2, check your local listings. If you aren't into football, then check the HBO's.
Below is Dave's book recommendation.
Tonight's book recommendation is A Confederacy of Dunces, by John Kennedy Toole. This is simply my favorite novel. I read it about every other year, and it gets more enjoyable each time. The book has everything, a Falstaff-like antihero, a pants magnate, crazy old men, hot dog carts, Boethius, Fortuna, etc. Also, Ignatius Reilly will open your eyes into an entirely new technique of insult.