Archive for September 2007
We were very happy to learn that one of our favorites was renewed by HBO. It's nice to see a quirky, smart comedy get another chance.
I freely admit that I’m selfishly involved in the overtaking “green” movement. I’m focused on saving as much of the planet as is necessary in order to maximize my time here on Earth and maintain my lifestyle. There is a limit, though, to how green my bladder and I are willing to go.
I love watching baseball, whether it be from the nosebleeds, on the plasmas at a local bar or on my TV at home. I don’t subscribe to MLB.TV, where I could watch games on my LCD monitor, but I’m glad to know the option is available considering I don’t have cable.
Find out what Michael and the gang did over the summer. How are we going to make it until September 27th?
Gotta love Bob Dylan. For so many reasons, he’s the best. One of the things I love most about him is his willingness to accept change. You don’t have to like change, but you have to recognize it. To fail to appreciate change, or worse, to outright ignore or fight it, can prove incredibly costly.
While one Southern department store chain, Belk, went upscale through the acquisition of Parisian department stores, a well-known, high-end designer, Vera Wang, now provides affordable clothing to a discount chain, Kohl’s. Which move will prove more successful?
Yesterday, we covered Miss South Carolina's explanation. Poor girl. Now, she's the world's evidence that Americans are dumb. Well, turns out Americans are not alone. The country that's always the snootiest to the US has its fair share of personnes stupides too.
Today, during her premiere on ABC’s “The View,” Whoopi Goldberg came to the defense of Michael Vick. Whether publicity stunt for ratings, genuinely held opinion, or spontaneous outpouring of stupidity, there’s a fundamental problem with Goldberg’s logic. It’s racist, at its core.
I recently received a forwarded e-mail containing this YouTube video. Cute, huh? Those penguins really know how to get jiggy with it. After watching the penguins pop and lock, I went to YouTube to see if there were any other versions of this cuteness and to my surprise found hundreds of videos of cartoons edited as music videos for rap songs, including:
Poor Miss South Carolina. It was the clip seen round the world, and it had to be tough on her. Well, she could have disappeared, but instead, she braved the Today Show to try and explain herself. U.S. Americans, and even The Iraq, should at least, like such as, give her a little credit for that.