Friday, January 30, 2009

In the headlines, for better or for worse.

It happened. The man who put the Goober in Gubernatorial got his just desserts. (I stole that punch line from Public Radio. Blame me for repeating it, not for creating it.)

Multiple risk factors, anyone? The mother of the California octuplets may already have...six kids.

Arizona Cardinals' Nation? It doesn't have a ring to it - yet. People don't sign up their newborns for tickets at birth, do they? Oh, wait - when the retire and give up on tickets, Packer fans move to Arizona! That's it!

I may have to carefully plan the mailing of my paperbackswap books if the Post Office cuts down its service days.

Grammar police are still active! Does the leader of the free world dare to split an infinitive?

I think I'll set my newspaper aside and read a book until the Super Bowl commercials start. Sing it with me..."Feelin' Kind of Sunday!"

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3 Comments:

Blogger Flea said...

Oh heavens. The Superbowl. I work Sunday night. Maybe the patients won't want to watch it? Here's hoping.

1/30/2009 9:19 AM  
Blogger CaJoh said...

Call me a bad guy for not knowing… but has Arizona won the Superbowl. If not, then your phrase "It doesn't have a ring to it" makes it twice as funny.

1/30/2009 10:50 AM  
Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

The news is a sad place--and I agree with Frank DeFord who said that this year's superbowl is like if the Fourth of July fell on a Wednesday--rather ho hum.

1/30/2009 11:05 AM  

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