Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Can't get enough Steve Alford?

You, sir (or madam) are in luck: Steve Alford has a blog (all thanks to an anonymous tipster in the comments). I'll keep a link on the side as well.

And if you're wondering if the locals are falling all over themselves to worship Alford, the answer is: yes, boisterously.

I want to thank Carl Holderman and everyone at El Pinto for having us out on Sunday for brunch. The breakfast burrito was excellent. For the record, I had green on the side. They actually had some Steve Alford Gold Medalist Salsa that my family and I thought was really neat.
That's really neat!

I have a stern warning for the people of Albuquerque: Stop. Stop it now. Once he gets used to adulation, he won't be able to get enough of it, and he will demand it. He's never going to earn it; he just needs it, like some sort of fame vampire. You are in a world of hurt.

4 comments:

Hawkeye State said...

Have you guys picked up stevelavinshairgel.blogspot.com yet? Or rickmajerusmeatballhoagie.blogspot.com? Might be a good move, just in case.

Deacon said...

OPS is on top of the "meatball hoagie" suggestion, HS. It's so weird that you two came up with the exact same name!

I believe the ladies out there would like to know more about Steve Alford's Gold Medalist Salsa. I would imagine that "hot" don't begin to describe it.

Buddy Light said...

Deke, That would be really swell if someone could tell us about this neat salsa.

Anonymous said...

The Steve Alford Gold Medalist Salsa is neat. But it's nowhere near as good as the Craig Neal Former NBA Scout Picante Sauce.