Archive for April, 2003


Tuesday, April 22nd, 2003

In general for being a useless, annoying, waste of women’s time, but today for protesting Scott Peterson being charged with two murders instead of just one, since Connor was still a fetus. Regardless of your feelings on abortion rights, you can’t dispute Laci wanted the baby and intended to give birth to him before she […]

See Scott Run (allegedly)

Monday, April 21st, 2003

In America, a person is presumed innocent until proven guilty, but it is not necessary to prove one’s self guilty. Perhaps some one should have told Scott Peterson that. There is more evidence against him than there was against O.J. Simpson. Scott better pray he hires a lawyer who is a witch like Johnnie Cochran. […]

Scott Peterson

Monday, April 21st, 2003

For being a stupid, murdering (allegedly) asshole most of America is lining up to beat with a stick. That’s reality tv I’d love to watch!

Random Traffic

Monday, April 14th, 2003

To the lady who got on the radio this morning to vent her anger towards people who merge too slowly in front of her: GET OUT OF THE LANE THEY ARE TRYING TO MERGE INTO. It isn’t rocket science, you drive the same way every morning, and every morning someone merges in front of you […]

Idol Sham?

Thursday, April 10th, 2003

I really wasn’t gonna watch this year. I told myself, stick to your guns, tune out American Idol, but then every Wednesday I would come to work and hear everybody talking about how great Ruben and Clay are. Slowly and reluctantly, I caved. Then came the Corey debacle and none of the bottom three got […]

Through No Fault Of His Own?

Tuesday, April 8th, 2003

Jury selection got underway today in the wrongful death suit filed against Tommy Lee by the parents of a young boy who drowned at Tommy’s estate. In case you don’t remember, Tommy is in hot water over a swimming party he threw his son, Brandon, in June of 2001. I have no special like or […]

Give Peace A Chance?

Monday, April 7th, 2003

Look, it is no surprise if you know me, I support the war in Iraq not because I am pro-war or because I don’t want peace. Of course I do, who doesn’t, but I am not naive enough to think we can all live happily ever after with no disaggreements, no poverty, no economic hardships, […]

Holdin’ Out For A Hero

Friday, April 4th, 2003

This man’s courage inspired and amazed me. I can never begin to imagine the lengths he went to save a woman he had never even met. Printed here is a copy of the story written by Peter Baker of the Washington Post as it appears on This is the kind of person we should […]

The Few, The Proud

Thursday, April 3rd, 2003

When I see our men and women in uniform, I see my brother, my father, my uncles and aunts-all those in my family who have served our country with honor. Now I will see my nephew as well. A young man like no other-strong, confident, special. He is more like my little brother (who’s not […]

Life In The Circus

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2003

So, Jennifer Garner and Scott Foley are splitsville? I can’t say I am surprised. What Hollywood marriage ends happily ever after any way? The closest thing to a modern day Romeo and Juliet we’ve seen since Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting is Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s fairy tale wedding, and they are reportedly on […]