Saturday, January 30, 2010
As the Corrupt American Fourth Estate Has Put Stress in Me Soon I'll Have to Leave the Country for a Bit to Restore the Blush to my Cheeks. Last Sunday I Saw "Disney On Ice," I Love That Stuff. The Best Part of the Winter Olympics is Women's Figure Skating. I Prefer the Old-Time Artistry to All This Leaping About, Say in 1988 When Katarina Witt and Debi Thomas Did Their "Dueling Carmens," Carmen Dies at the End and They're Laying On the Ice Trying to Control Their Breathing After Skating This Long Program So They Appear Dead. Many Thought That the Canadian Girl, Liz Manley, Who Got the Silver Deserved the Gold. I Saw All of Them and More at "Caesar's Palace" Afterwards. Brian Boitano Could Really Get Up in the Air, Guy Could Sky. The U.S.'s Best Hope is Rachael Flatt Who Has Been Coming On Recently. Apparently Tara Lipinski Who Won in 1998 Has Had Both Her Hips Replaced, Sasha Cohen at the Last Olympics Said, the Ice is Slippery, She Also Could Have Said the Ice is Hard, Poor Thing. I Also Saw Tara Along With the Others of the 1998 Olympics. They've Been Talking About Potatoes Recently on the "History Channel." I Was Driving Through Idaho 10 Years And I Stopped Off in Blackfoot, Idaho in Bingham County to See Their "Potato Museum." This County Produces Half the Potatoes in the Country, the Museum Was Free. In an Old Railroad Depot it was Quite Interesting, I Liked It a Lot. After I Was Finished With the Museum I Exited Into an Adjoining Huge CountryKitchen Where I Was Handed a Really Big Baked Potato, Free, Stuffed With Sour Cream and Butter and Told to Sit Down. I Love Baked Potatoes, had One a Couple Days Ago (I Eat the Entire Thing, the Skin is Good Food and Very Clean After Having Been Baked) and Every Other Potato I've Had in My Life Has Tasted Like Cardboard in Comparison, It Was the Most Delicious Thing I've Ever Eaten. Must Have Been Due to the Freshness, Probably Picked Over the Past Day From Some Field Out Back. Unfortunately the Museum is No Longer Free and They No Longer Give You a Baked Potato Free or Otherwise.
Saturday, January 23, 2010
I Iterate, I have nothing against Kelly Ripa, I only think that the American Fourth Estate Should Tell the Truth and not Conceal the Truth. Haiti Has Been One of the Worst Countries in the World for the Past Hundred Years, I've Been to the Dominican Republic next door on Hispaniola Which is no Great Place but Paradise Compared to Haiti. Francois Duvalier Ruled Haiti from 1957 until his Death in 1971 and Once Brought a Skull into Parliament and Claiming that the Skull had Spoken to Him Giving Him Pertinent Information (Now Tell These Guys What You Told Me). They're Going to Bring a Million Haitians to This Overpopulated Country, Another Drain on Our Sick Society. I Went to the UNLV-Utah Basketball Game, Utah Won an Away Game 73-69 before 16,594 Against a Very Good UNLV Team. Both Teams Fought Like Heck, a Sign of Good Coaching. Utah Had a White Freshman Guard, Marshall Henderson, Who Dropped Five 3's on UNLV and a Couple Times After Stroking a Long 3 He Ran Down Court With His Arm in the Shooting Position, ha, ha, He Was A Cute Kid. They Brought This Heavy 15-Year Old Girl to Sing "The Star Spangled Banner" and Her Voice Was So Beautiful That Afterwards Everybody Was Looking at Each Other and Commenting, Few in the World Could Come Close, She Should Sing Opera. We're Losing Our Heritage, Few Americans Even Know How to Do the "Rebel Yell" (a Series of Quick High-Pitched Screams). Eerily I've Heard the UNLV Cheerleaders Do It Perfectly. Yemen is the Only Gulf State I've Not Been To. 2 Years Ago I Was Thinking About Going There Overland Despite Its Reputation for Kidnappings and Violence Against Westerners. I Wanted to Go to Amman, Jordan and Couldn't Have Gotten There From Yemen Although I Could and Did From Muscat, Oman Otherwise I Probably Would Have Gone there. Had I Gone to Yemen and Been Captured by Wild Arabs and Held for Ransom Would You Have Chipped In?
Saturday, January 16, 2010
I Was Just Looking at the Picture of Mark McGwire Hugging the Son of Roger Maris on September 8, 1998 Which Was Right After McGwire Had "Broken" the Young Man's Father's Major League Home Run Record, It Reminded Me of the JudasKiss. McGwire Is the Same as the Fourth Estate of This Country. I've Now Put In 14 Hours Total of Carrying That Sign, An Hour Twice a Week for the Past 7 Weeks, I Do It On the Road To and From the Airport and It's Had Great Results As I Knew It Would. The Idea Popped Into My Mind While At the LA County Art Museum. It's Been a Year Since Chesley Sullenberger Landed That JumboJet on the Hudson River, I Would Have Thought This To Be Impossible. When Sullenberger Was At the Air Force Academy He Was Selected As the Best Aviator in His Class, Great Savvy and Nerves of Steel. There's Still Good Men in This Country Just Not Enough of Them. I've Been Doing Yoga Recently, They've Offered Classes, No Extra Money, at My Health Club For the Past Year And I Wish I Had Done It Earlier. I've Done Lots of Stretching for Over 30 Years But I've Learned Many New Stretches, I Like It A Lot. At First I Couldn't Do Going From Down Dog and Walking Forward But Now I Can, I Was Thinking That Maybe I Could Never Do It. The 2 Guys Who Got Me Into It Haven't Been In Recently and Last Tuesday It Was Me and 10 Hens, But That 's All Right. If That Kid in Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me" Doesn't Want That Cheerleader I Do, You Can Put In a Word For Me. I Just Joined the ASPCA, They're Always Advertising On TV, Gave $300 to Start It Off, Chirp.
Saturday, January 9, 2010
A Recent Poll Showed That 58% of Americans Believe that Nigerian Should Be Waterboarded, A Nation of Deviates? We Just Got Finished With the Holidays and No Emotion Left And Now Martin Luther King Day Looms on the Horizon. Martin King Was Pretty Good But to Have a National Holiday for Him. Franklin Roosevelt Was the President When We Overcame the Great Depression and When WWII Was Almost Won, He Was the Only President Elected 3 Times and Was Elected a 4th and FDR Has No Day, Was Martin King a Better American than Franklin Roosevelt? They Should Just Throw It On With Columbus Day and Make It "Columbus and King Day," Has A Ring to It. "Sports Illustrated" Just Selected Their NFL Team of the Decade and of the 22 Position Players Two Were From Akron, Antoine Winfield from Akron Garfield and Mike Vrabel from Walsh Jesuit (Walsh is Just Outside of Akron but Vrabel is From Akron). Old Broken-Down Akron? A Boomtown for 50 Years With a Population of 300 Thousand Akron Was Down to 217,000 in the 2000 Census. Vrabel, a Defensive Player, Has the Interesting Statistic That When Used As An End of the 11 Passes That He Caught All Went For Touchdowns. I Think that I'd Rather Go To a High School Named After Somebody Good Instead of One Named After, Say, a Direction. When I Was in San Diego Several Weeks Ago I Saw the Chargers Play the Broncos on Monday Night, to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Old AFL Both Teams and the Referees Wore Throwback Uniforms, Waycool. I Also Saw Texas Christian Roll Over San Diego State and Mission Bay High Play LaJolla. Mission Bay Had Dillon Baxter As Their Quarterback Who Is Rated the Best Allaround Back in the Country by Rivals.Com., I Also Saw Him Play As a Freshman, He's Going to USC. Arian Foster Who Last Week Ran For 2 Touchdowns and 119 Averaging 6 Yards a Carry for the Houston Texans Went to Mission Bay, In San Diego They've Got Them Stacked Up. Bill Walton is Known for His Basketball Feats, His Brother Also From Helix High Outside of San Diego Played For UCLA and the Cowboys. Up to Los Angeles Where I Saw the Lakers Play the Bulls. I Was 5 Hours in the LA County Art Museum, 5 Hours in the Getty in Brentwood and 5 Hours in the Norton Simon in Pasadena, No Way of Telling How Much Culture I Soaked Up. Art Liberates the Mind. Adam Duritz of "Counting Crows" in "Runaway Train" Sings ".....How On Earth Did I Get So Jaded......" The Fourth Estate of This Country Could Sing Along.
Saturday, January 2, 2010
If There Were 2 Billion Less People in the World There Would Be No Problems, It's Way Overpopulated. I Was Very Interested in Betting on Stanford in the Sun Bowl but Only if Their Very Good Quarterback Andrew Luck Would Be Recovered From Injury and Be Able to Practice Some. That Wasn't the Case so I Layed-Off. Despite the Bad Quarterback Play of Pritchard They Still Only Lost to Oklahoma by 4 Points. Toby Gerhart Should Have Won the Heisman Trophy, What a Rip-Off. In the Closest Heisman Vote Ever Gerhart Lost to Mark Ingram of Alabama. I Had Heard of Gerhart When He Was in High School, this Fabulous Football and Baseball Player Who Was His High School's Valedictorian. Gerhart told Stanford not to Promote Him for the Heisman and to Let His Season in Which he Led the Nation with 1736 Yards Rushing and with 26 Touchdowns to Stand on It's Own, All This While Taking 21 Semester Hours in Engineering. When I Learned That Ingram's Father Was Watching the Heisman Presentation From Prison I Found It to be So Poignant, So Moving. Toby Played Well in the Sun Bowl All-Considering That He Was All that Stanford Offered, With Decent Quarterback Play Stanford Would Have Won, With Andrew Luck They Would Have Won Easily. Eh, Gerhart Was Very Tired at the End of the Game. Since Toby Can Probably Make a Good Living Without Football He Probably Should, But He Wants to Play Pro Football Despite the Deleterious Effects on One's Body and Young People Are Going to Do What They're Going to Do. I Appreciate the Comment and Picture of Myself That that Fellow Posted. But the Many Fourth Estate Reading This Blog Know That This is Certainly Not Libel and You Know What You Are.