- Still like that Fox 4 Fiona gal. A lot.
- Congressional hearings are pointless and created for sound bites. Case In Point: The couple that snuck into the State Dinner will be appearing before a panel in the next few days.
- (If you get a chance to see that couple on The Today Show, do it. Weird and odd.)
- I learned over the holidays that a man from Paradise, completely healthy, almost died from the Swine Flu. I had no idea.
- Tony Romo cannot give an interview without saying "we'll work on our mistakes and get better."
- Uh, oh. Tony was to Las Vegas over the weekend.
- I'm all for Tiger Woods refusing to talk to the police. He doesn't have to. They are not there to help him. And, when all else fails, they'll charge you with making a false statement.
- Obama certainly avoids Fear Mongering. You'll never him utter phrases like, "They'll follow us home" or "They hate our freedom."
- My Cowboys prediction for their last five games: 1-4.
- Some pro baseball player named Grady Sizemore is all bent out of shape because of self taken neekid pics of him posing with a bathroom mirror have made their way to the Inkernet. Note to Grady: You're a guy.
- I can't believe the alleged shooter in the Seattle police officer killings got away. Edit: The second after I typed that the news broke that the police shot and killed him (And I'm pretty sure without a trial.)
- On the label of my hair gook are the words "Mega Mega Hold" and "X-Treme Savings." Made me laugh.
- It's World AIDS Day today so you kids avoid The AID today.
- Watched a bit of Into The Wild the other night (again) and it always makes me want to walk away from it all. Of course, the movie would be a bit more motivational if the kid didn't die.
- I can't imagine anyone getting excited about the Mavericks. In April or May they'll be bounced in the first or second round of the playoffs. I know it. You know it. What's the point?
- College football is more fun when A&M is good.
- Fox and Friends, I'm told, had Victoria Secret Supermodels on this morning. I'm sure it had something to do with family values.
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