I blogged in a previous Three Count about a new podcast I started listening to called Truth and Justice and thought I'd give an update as I've listened to a couple more episodes and almost caught up.
I'm officially into it. Again, its a podcast that details an old cold case and tries to work it back and gain new information to see if they can close it. This season, the third of the show, focuses on the murder of Keow Gove. She was stabbed to death on her morning walk around a local high school in 1991. The killer was never found. So the host of the podcast, Bob Ruff, goes through all the information and evidence and walks us through the case. Go back to the original Three Count if you want more information about just the podcast itself.
I've found it to be pretty entertaining and decided I'm going to at least listen through the rest of the season with Keow and see the results. I am skeptical though that nothing new is going to come out of this podcast and no new leads or information will lead to a new outcome in the case. It feels a little bit like they are dragging the episodes out a bit but that's probably just the way the podcast has to be structured to get people onboard and helping with any information they can provide. This episode Bob brought on an actual crime-scene investigator to help him break down the crime scene and see if that brought about any new information. Was neat to listen to.
I'll keep everyone updated as the season progress but feel free to start listening on your own, I'd recommend it.
In yesterday's Three Count I told you we had our team karaoke night for our tennis team I coach. It's our team building night we have every year and I was looking for a song to perform. After much deliberation, I finally settled on "Can't Touch This" by MC Hammer. I'm sure I could go into a thousand word breakdown of this performance for you but the video will probably be more telling than anything. Here's a minute snip-it from last night.
WWE Universal Championship
Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar
I said after the Royal Rumble that I was done with the part-timers and for me that thought still holds for me today. I was pissed when WWE took what was probably the greatest Royal Rumble field of all time and basically had 30 minutes of filler in the middle of the match because they had to save the final 5 spots for guys that couldn't go longer than 5 minutes. Just torked me to no end and finally put me over the edge for these guys that only show up on a limited basis but still take all the time and top spots from the guys that are working 52 weeks a year.
So I'll keep this fairly short. Maybe not as short as a Goldberg match but short nonetheless. I was still on the fence as of Monday afternoon on how I thought this match would play out. But after the ending to RAW on Monday night I can't imagine a scenario that Brock Lesnar doesn't walk out with a victory. He got demolished by Goldberg to close the show again last night. The spear last night actually looked really good and was well orchestrated. But it was another face-to-face confrontation that Goldberg dominated Lesnar in. Not just got the upper-hand in....dominated.
Goldberg has really made Lesnar look silly in almost all of these confrontations. The only time Lesnar has gotten the upper-hand on Goldberg since his return was when Heyman destracted Goldberg first and allowed Brock to hit the F-5 on him. I can't see that streak continuing. It's time for Lesnar to get some shine back. I'll say Goldberg starts the match by hitting a spear again on Lesnar to make you think it's going to be another quick squash like Survivor Series but then Lesnar "hulks up" and makes the freakish comeback for the win.
Winner: Brock Lesnar