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Idol’s Adam Lambert Announces He’s Gay

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

You know, I am pretty good at what I do. I pride myself on the fact that I’m a better-than-average detective. I can usually see things that others can’t, and spot a person’s secrets. But I have to admit: This story really floored me. LOS ANGELES, California — “American Idol” runner-up Adam Lambert confirmed publicly [...]

Town Hall Will Lead To Mass Debate

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

Tonight’s Presidential debate will make for interesting theater . . . if you’re an insomniac. The Town Hall-inspired battle will take place in Nashville, Tennessee, and will probably generate a lot of interest – but not from me. I’ll be catching up on my TiVo playlist, since I haven’t watched this week’s episode of Heroes [...]

Sleep Comes Down

Thursday, September 18th, 2008

Of course, I’ll never see it when it does. When you’ve had about nine hours sleep in three days, functionality is not easily attained. (Wow, that’s a pretty good sentence for someone who’s brain is completely fried.) Why so sleepy? Well, the missus is still in the hospital, I am still playing Mr. Mom to [...]

Happy Independence Day!

Friday, July 4th, 2008

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1776. Every July 4th, I think about how great it is to be living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the birthplace of America. Actually, it’s probably the only day out of the year where I feel lucky to have been born and raised here. This city bleeds history from every brick, pebble, [...]

Place Your Bets!

Saturday, June 28th, 2008

“It’s dogs . . . and they’re playing poker!” It’s going to be a pretty good weekend. On Sunday night, my ice hockey team plays its last regular season game of the Spring/Summer League – after we had to forfeit last week’s game due to lack of players. Tonight, however, will be a blast. It’s [...]

Almost Famous

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

It’s been a pretty good couple of months. I landed a writing gig at Family Security Matters, the blog surpassed 200,000 hits, and I have been interviewed on the radio. Since I am now a highly-successful blogger and an even more highly-successful radio personality, my life has completely changed. It’s been pretty cool, but honestly, [...]

A Christmas Eve Top Ten List

Monday, December 24th, 2007

I couldn’t leave that “Chief” atop my blog for the entire evening, so I figured I would lighten the mood with a little borrowed humor. In this case, a top ten list borrowed from David Letterman’s Book of Top Ten Lists. It’s appropriate for the season, though. Enjoy! Top Ten Christmas Movies In Times Square [...]

New Jersey Votes To Eliminate Death Penalty

Friday, December 14th, 2007

New Jersey Governor John Corzine: Idiot. (CNN) — New Jersey lawmakers have voted to abolish the death penalty in the state, sending the governor a bill he has already said he will sign. The measure will make New Jersey the first state in more than 40 years to outlaw capital punishment. The bill will make [...]

Peace In Our Time?

Thursday, October 18th, 2007

Let’s not get nuts. LONDON (AFP) – US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Thursday that she had been “encouraged” by talks during her tour of the Middle East despite “tensions” between Israelis and Palestinians. “The teams are serious, the people are serious, the issues are serious,” she told reporters. (H/T – Yahoo!) While I [...]

Tony Kornheiser: The Death Of MNF

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

Just look at this tool. This is Tony Kornheiser, and he is the man that has singularly made Monday Night Football unwatchable. Although Korn-holer is a major tool, he is not the only force that has destroyed this once-proud program. Hmm, that gives me an idea . . . The Top Ten Ways To Make [...]

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