Sometimes I see things and they just piss me off ! In retrospect, I oft times re-examine my rants and try to ascertain if they have merit or has anger gotten the best of me. I'm torn between the two in the case of Rosie O'Donnell versus Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
You'll notice that I'm referring to Ms. O'Donnell in a different manner than I normally do. One of my pals reminded me that it's not nice to refer to people because of their physical attributes. I agree in most cases and I don't really have an excuse for my adjectives. I will say, in a very weak way, that one must imagine one's anger, if, for example, one is in traffic and one gets cut off severely by a discourteous driver. One's first reaction would be to verbally insult the discourteous driver by the most obvious means, i.e, race, color, creed, choice of vehicle, dress, looks, age, nationality, heighth, weight, smell or political party (what?). If all else fails, the standard "Yo Momma" always works for me. I apologize for my juvenile reactions, but I can't promise that it won't happen again, given the stimulus.
In the case of Ms. O'Donnell, I suggest you read yesterday's entry to bring you up to speed and then watch the following video originally aired by ABC News and copied from AOL News. It's not just me, my little rugrats ! It seems like everyone got "inspired" over this one.
The Pictures: Just a few, the usual suspects" and Indigo's picture .
Odds and Ends: Jordin beat Blake in the American Idol final. Who is Red Truck and S.R., the Golfer and why do they keep following me? Joey Buttafuoco and Amy Fisher are dating (what?). Never leave a tern unstoned. No matter where you go, there you are. Good night, Mrs. Kalabash, wherever you are (You don't know who said that at the end of his show, do you? Hint: The Schnoz). AREA 51 REPORT: All hands accounted for. Slow night, except fot my pals Dr. Marc, Rhotshoes, Melina, Emilio, Hector and Raul. New things expected for Friday !
This Date In History: 1884: The first telegraph message is sent by it's inventor, Samuel Morse, from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore, Maryland; he telegraphs,"dot-dot-dash-dash-dash-dot". 1883; The Brooklyn Bridge is opened to traffic. The bridge is sold three times within the first two hours after opening. 1976; Britain and France begin transcontinental flights to Washington, D.C.
Birthdays: Victoria, Queen of England and Ireland (1819), Bob Dylan, Singer and songwriter (1941).
The Hits Just Keep On Coming: M A R R I A G E
You can refrain from marriage and be miserable or get married and wish you were dead. A woman is incomplete until she is married. Then, she's finished. Little Boy: "Dad, is it true that in Africa, a man doesn't know his wife until he marries her?" Father: "That happens in every country, son." If you want your spouse to listen to every word you say, then talk in your sleep. At a cocktail party, a woman told another woman that she was wearing her wedding band on the wrong finger. The woman told her, "I married the wrong man." If it weren't for women, men would go through life thinking that they had no faults. Little Boy: "Dad, how much does it cost to get married?" Father: "I don't know, son, I'm still paying." First Man: "My wife's an angel!" Second Man: "Mine's still alive!".
That's it for today, my little swethearts. More tomorrow.
Stay Tuned !