I fear ToddlerGeeding thinks she’s already a diva. Gulp.
I was very eager to see Scott Pelley host The CBS Evening News, I’m a sucker for first time things and watching ‘television history.’ But as I expected, Pelley has a lot to work on. His delivery was modest, and the transiting from one story to the other wasn’t very smooth. I’m rooting for the guy, but I do think he is a better reporter than anchor, just like Dan Rather.
Katie Couric, the person that Pelly replaced, announced her career move the day Pelley reached the pentacle of his career. Could she at least wait another day?
Another reason why I love Jon Stewart, he didn’t even take it easy on his college friend Rep. Weiner.
Nightline interviewed one of the ladies that Rep Weiner sent inappropriate pictures to. She happens to be a Texan, and she was chewing gum during the entire interview.
Rule #1 for anyone with a digital camera device – never taking comprising pictures. Rule #2, see rule #1.
I watched the HBO movie Too Big to Fail and really enjoyed it. There’s one part of the movie that I think really does a good job of dumbing down the entire situation that I think would be good for me to show in some of the finance classes I teach.
I’m one of those that likes to use napkins to take the grease off my pizza.
If a pizza is cut into squares instead of slices (like for thin crust pizzas), I prefer the corner pieces.
BP has a lot of commercials where locals of the Gulp affected by the spill promote the area and say good things about the oil company. I’m surprised none of them are compensated, per the small text on the commercials.
Earthquake experts, well, rather seismologists, are on trial for manslaughter chargers because they didn’t see an earthquake coming. Note to self: don’t move to Italy and work in an earthquake related job.