I think my boss is trying to get me to entertain the idea of moving to Austin.
I’m not sure I’ve seen one Elizabeth Taylor movie, but I have seen plenty of her perfume commercials. I think her claim to fame is being the voice of Maggie Simpson when she said her first word.
In case you are wondering, that first word was “Daddy.”
If you are interested in watching any of her films, Turner Classic Movies will have a 24-hour marathon of them on April 10.
I remember when my parents bought me a 19-inch television. I thought it was big and I use to watch it from across the room. Now, I sit less then a couple feet from two 21-inch monitors.
Former Dallas Maverick Mark Aguirre was hospitalized yesterday and I hear one sports personality on the radio state that his jersey number should be retired and he’s the second best Mav behind Dirk Nowitzki. Hogwash. Roy Tarpley was a better player, heck, I would probably even say that Sam Perkins was a better player than Aguirre; not to mention, he won Detroit championships not Dallas, so why retire his number?
Mad Men is behind schedule because of contract negotiations with the creator, so it looks like no shows this summer.
A blog dedicated to nothing but Stupid Man Commercials, you know, because there’s no such thing as a stupid woman anymore.