Archive for March 29, 2010
On Sunday, March 21, I bought a pair of Lucky Brand shoes — “Farley” — in the “Otter” color. They were on sale at Macy’s.
I’ll say it again: I bought the shoes on March 21. That would be eight days ago.
Don’t buy them. The pair I bought is already falling apart. The band that goes around the perimeter of the shoe is broken and unraveling. I’m waiting for the glue to set as we speak.
Filed under: Don’t get ripped off!
Keith Olbermann hosted Lawrence O’Donnell tonight — the guy who has been filling in for him for months — in a discussion about President Obama’s health care push. O’Donnell called it a “crusade.”
I’m not trying to be all hoity-toity here but Lawrence, you’ve been around the block a few times. Crusade?
Here are the headlines at FoxNews.com right now (8:03 p.m. ET):
What?! Fox isn’t flashing neon-red with news about Republican National Committee Chair Michael Steele’s lesbian strip club trip and the “Christian” militia group that was allegedly planning to killing cops?
Imagine the difference if the head of the “DemocRAT” party did what Steele did and imagine the difference if an atheist or Muslim or MoveOn-like group was caught planning to kill cops.
Call me a liberal wacko but Fox’s website would look a whole lot different tonight if that were the case.
Baby steps. Baby steps people, but keep chanting that mantra about drowning government “in a bathtub.”
This from the MediaFixBlog:
Hey Neil, maybe it’s because (1) when they do come on you keep interrupting them, like when you interrupted Paul O’Neill 24 times, and/or (2) you slice and dice what they say and then use it against them for a week, and/or (3) the chyrons at the bottom of the screen slam them while you’re doing numbers 1 and 2.
It ain’t that hard to figure out.
Norman Leboon, the man arrested this morning for threatening to kill Eric Cantor (R-VA), also threatened President Obama (“You say very bad things about me. You will beg for mercy from your God.”). He railed against the pig in the movie “Babe,” a federal judge and David Duke (“It is time for you to meet your God. You will be escorted to Gate No. 6. … I am the Messiah. I am Jesus. Congratulations, your life of hate is over.”).
The guy’s crazy. Watch the videos. This isn’t about a Democrat threatening a Republican. It about an insane man threatening lots and lots of people. Chances are, the reason he got caught after posting some 200 videos on YouTube, was the heightened attention being paid to web activity after last week’s political violence.