Random Tuesday Morning Thoughts

  • The Swine Flu issue: Hey, people! Everyone who has contracted it in the U.S. simply gets sick and then gets better.
  • Getting in your car this morning was a greater risk to your life than the Swine flu.
  • Anybody else question whether 152 people have really died from that flu in Mexico?
  • I never get a flu shot.
  • Those paper masks? Do they work? I wouldn't think so.
  • The 41 year old hot swimmer from last year's Olympics, Dara Torres, has written a book that she she promoted on WBAP this morning: Age is Just a Number: Achieve Your Dreams At Any Stage In Your Life. Seriously, what could she possibly say that hasn't been said? And what if I dream to be an Olympic swimmer, can I "achieve" that "dream", too?
  • And did her book publisher pay WBAP a fee for that 5 minute commercial described as an interview?
  • Someone emailed me and said they saw the Decatur Beggar outside of Vista Ridge Mall over the weekend.
  • Someone also emailed me that he saw a pickup in Boyd with a bumper sticker that read, "I Voted For The White Guy."
  • Both apologized for not getting a pic.
  • Some spare guy doesn't get drafted by the NFL last weekend and some blog posts a bunch of pics of his very hot sister. I love the Internet.
  • Cancer is horrible. Every time I see a human interest story on the news about some guy battling the disease (and I saw one last night), you know they aren't going to win. I'll go back to a Dale Hansen quote: "My ex-wife lost her battle with cancer this year because it wasn't a fair fight."
  • Heck, even I would have been freaked out if I had seen the airliner flying low over Manhattan with a fighter jet behind it.
  • A guy was arrested for stealing Huggies in Grapevine. Anybody else thinking of the line, "I'll be taking these Huggies and any cash ya got."