Saturday, January 3, 2009


And from the darkness
A single voice cries out loud:
Can you spare some change?

What is this, 2009? It's been a while, hasn't it? I've made a little resolution to get back into the writing thing. Let's see how long this lasts, shall we?

Anywho, in an effort to catch up, I'm including a summary of the past three months' worth of activity in a condensed format. Enjoy.
Spent time with the baby. Closed the BNW's election show. Opened the BNW's holiday show. Got the baby to smile. Went to Illinois/Indiana for pre-Thanksgiving. Saw a dead deer sticking out of the trunk of a Chevy Lumina. Talked about sending Christmas cards, but didn't get around to it. Heard the baby giggle. Had an adorable Christmas. Entertained a lot of various family members over various days. Found a large number of college, high school, junior high and elementary school classmates on Facebook. Laughed about Blagojevich. Bought a second car. Watched two cats fight.

I think that just about does it. Feel free to add an exclamation point to the item you enjoy the most, such as the dead deer one. It really makes that memory stand out.

This year - this 2009 - is going to be something special. I can feel it. I'm going to make this the first year that I win an Emmy. If you have any tips on ways that I can make that happen, please let me know.

I should be off. It's bed time, which is the most important time of the day. Before I depart, here's Today's Joke:
Rant on CNN lands Kathy Griffin in hot water
Here's an on-air pairing that will probably never happen again after CNN's New Year's Eve telecast: Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin.
Griffin was co-hosting the CNN special telecast of Times Square on New Year's Eve with Cooper. The "My Life on the D-List" star got into hot water early Thursday morning with some choice words to a heckler that were captured live on the channel.
"Screw you. Why don't you get a job, buddy?" she told the heckler. "You know what, I don't go to your job and knock the d---- out of your mouth."
The remark had been made as the channel was about to go to commercial, which it did right after, according to a recording of the incident widely available on YouTube.
The comment immediately drew the ire of hundreds of professional dick suckers, who flooded CNN's phone bank with complaints about "Kaffy Griffin an her anfi-difk-sufking prejudiffes." According to a written statement by the Professional Fellator's Community Handler Association and Nuture Group ("PF-CHANG"), "dick knock" is the number one cause of injuries in that line of business, and is not an issue that should be taken lightly.
PF-CHANG demands that Griffin makes a public apology immediately, before everyone forgets about it and moves on with their lives.

Welcome to 2009!


1 comment:

Jill said...

It's true. I suffered a career-ending injury at the hands of a dick knocker.