I’m so totally depressed. Do you know how hard it is to find a sensitive, uncircumcised bear? There ain’t many out there, folks, as I’m finding out. I’ve been thinking a lot about Rand-O lately, but I can’t go there. I just can’t. The other day I called in sick, my 19th mental health day … Continue reading The blogosphere says what?
I wish R.L. White, president of the Atlanta chapter of the NAACP, would read Michael Wilbon’s column on the Michael Vick affair. You wonder if the people who unabashedly apologize for Michael Vick, particularly in and around Atlanta, will see Vick for what he is, for what he’s been, or whether they’ll continue to give … Continue reading Vick apologists refuse to quit
Wing sings “Mamma Mia.”
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has finally surpassed New York Senator Hillary Clinton in the polls. Unfortunately for Romney, it’s a poll measuring the number of people committing to vote against him. The Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 44% of Likely Voters would definitely vote against Romney if he’s on the ballot in … Continue reading Higher negatives than Hillary
Watch out, Alabama! Georgia’s gunning for you. While Florida and South Carolina have moved to address global warming, Georgia is seeking to discredit it. “In the media, we hear the gloom and doom side,” said Rep. Jeff Lewis (R-White), chairman of the House Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Committee that held the hearing. “There is alternative … Continue reading The most backward state in Dixie?
Classic films, classic scenes: Rupert Pupkin (DeNiro) attempts to seduce an old classmate, from Scorsese’s most underrated film, “King of Comedy” (notice the eavesdropping patron in the background). I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention Jerry Lewis‘ outstanding supporting performance. Not a fan of his comedy, but the man is a fine actor.