Archive for April, 2002

The Dynamic Duo Hit The Red Carpet

Tuesday, April 30th, 2002

I promised my friend I would wait until after Spider-man opened to talk about it here, but I have to mention a few things that happened on E!’s coverage of last night’s premiere in Westwood, CA. I have been looking forward to this movie for over a year, and finally it is here; and who […]

Sing along with McCartney

Monday, April 29th, 2002

I hate morning radio shows; I can’t stand all the mindless talking. I never listen to them even though my co-workers have an obvious addiction to one of them. Anyway, this morning my alarm is set to radio and it keeps going off (I hit the snooze button a good 10 times before I go […]

Customer Service 101

Saturday, April 27th, 2002

So, I’m in Wal-mart today, and I actually make it to the checkout despite the vast multitude of morons in my way. I am almost home free; 8 items or less, and I’m out the door. Instead, there is this guy with his cart parked diagonally, half in the customer service lane, half in mine. […]

And The Gravy Train Keeps On Rolling Along

Friday, April 26th, 2002

World renowned screw-up Marcia Clark is the new “legal expert” for Entertainment Tonight’s coverage of the Robert Blake story. Since when is she an expert on anything besides being hideously ugly? Last I checked, her 15 minutes of fame were over. Now she is gravy-training Robert Blake to get back into the limelight. She has […]

What Isn’t Killing Me?

Thursday, April 25th, 2002

Who can watch the news anymore? Everyday, something else is going to kill us. Guess what people…every single one of us is going to die (some sooner than others), but it is curtains for all of us eventually. Stop obsessing! The latest study warns of the dangers of carbohydrates after they have been fried or […]


Wednesday, April 24th, 2002

This just in…(courtesy of E! online) “Meanwhile, in cable news, the FX network this week announced it’s picking up a second season of its controversial cop drama The Shield, despite defections from some advertisers and complaints from family TV watchdog groups”.

A Comedy of Errors

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2002

Ok, this news is a little old, but you will have to forgive me because I went out of town just after the story broke, and I didn’t get a chance to tell you about it. For those of you who don’t like my takes on local politics, stick around for this one; it’s worth […]

Sunday Morning Free For All

Monday, April 22nd, 2002

When did church become fun? Did I miss something? As an adult, I enjoying going to church (for the most part) or I wouldn’t be there every week, but as a child I do remember it being a little boring and sometimes confusing. I certainly do not remember it as play time. I think it […]

Death to Yahoo!

Friday, April 19th, 2002

I know Yahoo! provides a free service, but it has gotten out of hand. First, they decided to convert all clubs to groups. What was supposed to take days ended up taking weeks and in some cases a month or more. When we finally did get our newly converted clubs online, we discovered they were […]

“News that’s More Local”

Wednesday, April 17th, 2002

Ok, I have to address two major areas of local news this morning. One, the Cleveland Heights City Council has voted to offer city employees who are gays and lesbians in committed relationships of one year or more the same opportunity to receive health benefits as married employees. Two, the teachers union is on strike […]