Revenge of the Fallen
Last week, my older children and their cousins and uncles went to a late showing of Transformers II. Even though I liked the first movie, I stayed behind because (i) they wouldn’t get back until almost midnight, which is almost two hours past my bedtime, and (ii) the reviews were so bad. Don’t make the same mistake. Most everyone in the group liked it, and Big Hollywood is receiving a lot of positive comments.
Kournikova at Center
Wimbledon tennis spokesman, Johnny Perkins, says that the tournament operates a casting couch system of play, with the better looking players grunting on Centre Court – with its superior acoustics – and the less attractive wimmin battling it in outer courts.
Received in an Email:
“The object of the game is to destroy American capitalism by having the government take over everything! Tokens include a bus, a teleprompter, a sprig of arugula and a waffle iron. Wanna play? No? Too bad, you’re already playing… And quite frankly, in this game, nobody wins!”
America Coming Out of Its Rock Star Stupor?
“Is Barack Obama approaching the end of his masterly run? . . . Obama’s extreme deficit spending and auto bailouts have for the first time made him responsible for policies people want to change. That’s a novel position for him after running so long against all that people disliked about the Bush years. . . . The fight over health care will be telling. Once again, people are being asked to believe that a trillion dollars in new spending is fiscally prudent. Once again, they’re being asked to believe that the government can manage an enormous, complex enterprise — even more so than the auto companies. Once again, they’re being asked by … Read the rest