Archive for March 2011

Hewlett Packard laptop dies at the age of three

Hewlett Packard laptop dies at the age of three
Funeral services will be held Friday at 10:00am in the backyard of my home for my Hewlett Packard Laptop. HP was only three years old and had suffered numerous viruses in her short life. Anti virus protection was provided on a regular basis, however the infections proved to be more powerful than thought and she... Read more »

Tables sure turned on "The Bachelor" Brad Womack

I’ve blogged about “The Bachelor” before, yet after the finale last night I feel compelled to put my two cents in again. The tables certainly turned on Mr. Fear of Commitment as he obviously has fallen head over heels in love with his final rose recipient, Emily.  The story about Emily’s life before Brad is... Read more »

Saturday Night Live still funny ten percent of the time, maybe

Saturday Night Live still funny ten percent of the time, maybe
Last night as I watched the opening monologue of SNL, I found myself actually belly laughing. Watching host Zack Galifianakis prance around in a short red dress with his pink jockey undies was priceless. His lip syching rendition of “Tomorrow” as “Little Orphan Annie” even more so. I got really excited that this was going... Read more »
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Technology has complicated everything

A few weeks ago my father and I took a drive to the house where I grew up. We sat out in front, marveling at how quickly the years have past. We took a shot and rang the bell and much to our thrill and surprise, the owner let us in. Being in that house... Read more »

Store owner ruins the day

After an extremely trying day today I am addressing the following letter to any owner of a small retail business that can never manage to be in their store or keep an appointment. I am a traveling sales person. I have feelings. Dear Owner, Today I drove 150 miles to see one of you. I... Read more »

American Idol could use Simon Cowell's honesty

After this weeks American Idol performances and elimination, I found myself missing the brutally candid commentaries by the king of mean himself Simon Cowell. Not that this seasons contestants are all that deserving of them, I just really miss his honesty. When Idol first debuted, it didn’t take too long to grow tired of Paulas... Read more »
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Tom Hanks feels the same way I do

After my post about Toddlers and Tiaras a friend sent me this video. It it worth sharing and just proves to me that all one can do about these pageants is laugh. Love the wig Sophie! Hey, that that rhymes with Trophy!

Why Toddlers and Tiaras should be called Toddlers and Tantrums

Why Toddlers and Tiaras should be called Toddlers and Tantrums
I recently came across the TLC television show, “Toddlers and Tiaras”. I had already been visually assaulted a few times by another disturbing show, “Little Miss Perfect” but found myself more agitated at this one. All I could think of was that this was the worst display of bad parenting I had seen in a... Read more »

Charles is definitely not in charge, particularly when it's Charlie Sheen

If anyone ever had any question as to Charlie Sheen being in charge of his “faculties”, wonder no more.  Monday as I listened to his interview on The Today Show I could not wrap my head around his rantings. Last night as I watched him on 20/20  I was downright baffled. Here is a man... Read more »
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