Thursday, September 27, 2007
Saturday, September 22, 2007
These little hotdogs aren't fooling around, either - there's a rawhide chew and a tummy rub at the finish line!
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Sherri Shepherd, the newest member of that horrible talk show "The View," for not knowing if the world is round or flat! Her excuse for not knowing was that she was too busy trying to figure out how to feed her "chirren" and keep a roof over her head to be concerned with it - and surely, like every good Mamma, to "make sho u wipe yo feets when u com 'nta dis houz!" How do these iggies continue to get paid - by perputuating the stereotype of course, and Baba Wawa and Hasselback ate it up.
I heard she clarified it the next day, but I still think she is, as Left-Eye put it, a Silly Ho.
By the way, I'm looking for a "Miss Raj" candidate... more on that later.
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
PEOPLE, as far as the eye can see! It was wonderful, Sydney was wonderful, and I look forward to going back soon. Here's one more pic, from Cronulla:
It was really great to get away from everything and everybody (yes, even people you love dearly), if only just for a week. I highly recommend it.
I'm a single woman with a new passport - where to next...?
Saturday, September 15, 2007
So now I've rededicated myself to blogging, and posting stuff that I think is excellent, emotive, indicative of who I am and what makes me think. Hopefully, you will like it too.
My first post:
Jon Stewart is the most trusted name in news.
This is the funniest ish I've seen in a long while. I don't know of male gospel singers out there with such a keen sense of satire/humor; if anyone out there knows the brotha singing, tell him I said YOU GOT JOKES, HOMIE!
"maybe he was wearing Hammer pants, who remembers Hammer pants...?"
I also love how JS matches the singer's melodrama even as he barely successfully stifles a laugh towards the end. This is why the show wins Emmys every year. Take THAT, Jay Leno - grab a pair, whydon'cha!
But seriously folks, when did it happen that our only source of true news is a fictional comedy/satire show? I watch TDS first, then CNN, then read the LA Times, then if I want to know more about the latest SoCal fire/earthquake/fill-in-the-natural-disaster-here, I'll check out a local broadcast - but the minute they mention some stoopid celebutard I turn the tv off. And when TDS goes on news hiatus, so do I - I'll catch up on my Seinfeld re-runs, thanks, renew my Feats of Strength!