6.21.2010

Random Monday Morning Thoughts

  • Dallas just got a new police chief and now his son is dead, killed in a shootout involving a now dead Lancaster police officer. Now that's crazy.
  • A guy, Barry Peterson, was on CNN this morning talking about his book documenting his wife's battle with Alzheimer's. Man, what a heart breaking way to start my day. "It's like saying goodbye all over again every day."
  • TCU killed Florida State this weekend in the College World Series. They play UCLA tonight at 8:00 p.m.
  • My right hand has strangely cramped up about three times over the last week while driving.
  • Summer officially started at around 6:30 a.m. this morning. And that makes this the longest day of the year.
  • WBAP's Mark Davis is on vacation in Rome and just twitpic'd a photo of himself and LL Cool J who he ran into.
  • I did know the Family Ties parents (Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter) were both born on the same day. They both turn 63 today.
  • I finally watched the two part episode of The Office where Jim and Pam got married. You know, that was fantastic.
  • And we watched it by hooking up the computer to the television and watching it off Hulu. Why has it taken me so long to figure out you could do that?It worked like a charm.
  • Miley Cyrus is still running wild.
  • I had a heck of a weekend.
  • Youtube has added a video editing feature.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice Chic Pic... Love them bikini bottoms Too...

Anonymous said...

How did you connect your PC to TV? I am curious how you do it.

BagOfNothing said...

I'm an avid watcher of CBS Sunday Morning where Barry Peterson is a contributor. He did a story over his wife yesterday, I couldn't find the video but got you the article if you are interested. The hardest part it seemed was him still being married to her, yet knowing that she is "gone," moving on with life and starting a new relationship with a woman who now lives with him.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/06/20/sunday/main6600364.shtml?tag=cbsnewsTwoColUpperPromoArea

Anonymous said...

if you would quit squeezing it so tight your hand would not cramp so bad

Anonymous said...

"Dallas just got a new police chief and now his son is dead, killed in a shootout involving a now dead Lancaster police officer. Now that's crazy."

Now, not to be a racist pig, but let me go out on a limb and make a wild guess- Black?

Anonymous said...

Dude, you're gayer than normal today.

Anonymous said...

My right wrist cramps up if I use it too much while polishing my furniture........

mzchief said...

I am fairly certain, EVERYONE would love to know the DETAILS of your weekend.

*MaNiaCaL LauGHTeR*

Anonymous said...

Alzheimers - - the worst disease to ever happen to anyone. To watch your parent slowly slip away is horrific. A horror you cannot escape.

Anonymous said...

We hook the laptop to the TV too and use Hulu. Greatest site ever. We watched Lost with only the occasional 30 second commercial. Only way to go

Mr. Mike Honcho said...

Blogging "I had a heck of a weekend."

Ummm, that is the equivalent of a girl saying, "Oh man, did you hear about John... oh, I'd better not talk about that!"

Anonymous said...

Mark Davis vacationing in Rome?

If he would only MOVE there......

Propagandist said...

"I had a heck of a weekend."

This means Barry either got married this weekend or came out. Which is it?

Anonymous said...

Reasons why Bubear had a "heck of a weekend"...

1. There was no line at the Taco Bell drive thru window, all weekend.

2. He found out he had grown a 1/4 of an inch taller.

3. He went all weekend without hearing the phrase, "At the end of the day."

4. He ran through a sprinkler while jogging....twice.

5. The family truckster FINALLY died, giving him a legitimate excuse to purchase a new vehicle.

6. He didn't have any encounters with snakes.

7. He didn't have any encounters with speedo man.

8. He did have an encounter with the half-naked chick from the PETA pic he posted on Friday.(In his dreams)

9. He avoided all chick flicks.

10. He got a call from Jerry Springer's producer. He found out that he will be on an episode later this year.

Anonymous said...

Bet the farm---it's four of a kind!

(And, I could care less about your week-end!)

wordkyle said...

It's amazing -- if you increase the size of the pic 10x you can see the image of the guy who abducted Liam Neeson's daughter in Taken. (Before playing in traffic, of course.)

Anonymous said...

Alzheimers - - the worst disease to ever happen to anyone. To watch your parent slowly slip away is horrific. A horror you cannot escape.

Oh really- guess I need to tell my ten year to rub some dirt on that leukemia and run it off.

Anonymous said...

I watched CBS Sunday Morning with Barry Petersen. Tears were running down my cheeks as I watched this love story with such a tragic turn. I'm sure some will criticize him for his relationship with the new woman, but it's obvious he takes loving care of his wife as does the new woman. He hasn't lost his love for his wife, but at this point, she can't return it as she doesn't even know who he is.
Such a horrible thing to happen to such a vibrant woman.

Anonymous said...

I saw the Spin regarding Decatur ISD superintendnet search. What a interesting week ahead

Anonymous said...

Leukemia can be treated alzheimers cannot.I'm sorry for your problems also but if your mind was not so small it would be easier.DAGO

Anonymous said...

I do not believe Mrs. Reeves will be selected.
That decision makes too much sense
therefore impossible