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Monday, September 25, 2006

Things I've Noticed: Chester Drawers Edition


  • Dennis Bowman gave a 14-day weather forecast on last night's news on KDKA on the CW which used to be the WB or CNN or whateverthehell. A 14-day forecast?? I've never had a problem with Dennis Bowman (or his creepy-ass puppet that I'm sure opens its' eyes in the middle of the night) and I certainly know jack squat about meteorology, but I do know that, with all their Severe Viper Doppler Radar equipment, none of these people seem to be able to predict the weekend weather correctly before Friday morning, let alone 14 days in advance.

  • Ladies and gentlemen, please give a warm Pittsburgh welcome to... the West Nile Virus! EVERYBODY PANIC (This message brought to you by Ralph's Army Surplus in Monroeville, where they'll meet or beat any deal on duct tape and gas masks!)

  • Big Ben no longer gets my sympathy for playing through all his injuries. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Chris Simms had to have his SPLEEN REMOVED after getting pounded by the Carolina Panthers. Big Daddy Drew at Kissing Suzy Kolber thinks the Panthers should get to keep the spleen as a trophy. I can't argue.

  • An update to an earlier post: The Transportation Security Administration now allows you to carry some liquids and gels onto airplanes. Scissors, knitting needles, and screwdrivers still ok, too; pudding, not so much. Bill Cosby must be inconsolable.

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Anonymous Victimized Violinist said...

Oh, and violin strings arn't ok. I mean, the ones on the violin arn't. The extra ones in your case? No, those are fine.

9:31 PM  

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