Monthly Archives: February 2010

Why do dey Lie to our Face an expect us to believe it?

Here’s another one.  Orange County Sheriff claims to have approved 90% of something, right in front of people who can show that less of the something was approved than in the previous year.  So they laughed at the sheriff.  This … Continue reading

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comdude sings “My Toyota”

Peeking at the news I see Brian Westbrook is no longer a Philadelphia Eagle, and LaDainian Tomlinson is no longer a San Diego Charger.  What’s up with that?    One time I bought a 1981 Toyota Tercel 5-speed hatchback.  I … Continue reading

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Relapse: Bachelorize during the Games

I know last Monday night I did not see Jake dump Gia.  I was watching Lindsey Vonn ski, or watching Apolo Ohno skate, or watching Plushenko do his quad.  I completely forgot all about the Bachelor.  So now it’s Jake … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods in Rehab

What are you going to say about the remorseful Tiger Woods?  It might depend on your gender.  I know my honey would never tolerate any $#!& like that.  So we’re all walking on eggshells with this guy, and I’m saying … Continue reading

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Pristine. Controversy-Free.

I think NBC is doing a fantastic job.  The only way to fully see that is to leave the TV on for the duration of the Olympic broadcasts, which doesn’t work too well for those of us who have to … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day where’s the snow?

It’s hard for me to stay glued to the TV for the duration of the Olymic broadcasts.  I just leave it on and see whatever I see.  There seems to be a lot of wet slush on the women’s moguls … Continue reading

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Vancouver 2010 and other cautions

Breathtaking, if not scheduled too late for a weeknight, the world’s hosts in Vancouver (and NBC) were hard at work last night, selling us the abundance and appropriateness of Canada.  The geographically longest Olympic torch relay in history was circuitously … Continue reading

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