- North Carolina, USA
- July 03
- Retired TV writer/producer, mostly comedy, but also soaps and children's programming. Blogging because, like everyone else, things are on my mind.
MY RECENT POSTS
- Liberal Denial and Deceit
May 08, 2012 12:23PM
- Let's Try This On For Size
November 07, 2011 11:53AM
- Andy Rooney's Last Stand
November 05, 2011 06:54PM
- A Case Of the "Dont's"
September 04, 2010 03:45PM
- Turn Off the Radio, You
Fucking Spic Bastard
July 20, 2010 12:12PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Been away a long time
and glad to see your post
of stuff to talk
June 07, 2013 12:02PM
- “Hey, guys ... good to
see familiar names again. Had
busy years. Wrote
November 07, 2011 10:03AM
- “Arthur ... good stuff.
Enjoyed it and will check out
August 27, 2011 12:02PM
- “Hey, Sally ... good to
see you here after a long
January 15, 2011 06:22AM
- “Roger ...
didn't want to respond to
Gordon. I wanted to respond to
December 23, 2010 08:37PM
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Hello, friends. It's me again, Billy Mays -- I said, it’s me again Billy Mays. BILLY MAYS!
That's my picture, in case you didn't hear me.
I'm at the top of my lungs today to tell you about another great product you'll wonder how you did without all… Read full post »
With the imminent swearing in of Obama as President and an overwhelmingly Democrat Congress, look for an accelerated dash to green living in the fight against global warming despite new evidence that the planet is cooling. As the great comedian Jimmy Durante famously said, “Everybody want… Read full post »
This is what the Illinois Blago Democrat fiasco reminds me of -- a national version of Jimmy Breslin’s funny book about the hi-jinks of warring Mafia family underlings. However, instead of local, unimportant, dysfunctional wiseguys trying to get a hind leg up against the other, we have two prom… Read full post »
Why the hell do some pleasures have to be guilty? And where did that idea come from anyway?
As I see it, there are two parts to a guilty pleasure: The guilt that’s felt for enjoying something and an embarrassment to admit it. That’s because structurally, a guilt… Read full post »
1. My dentist in Los Angeles was the father of the first young boy Michael Jackson allegedly buggered and who received twenty million dollars as restitution, officially not for the buggering, but for potential film scripts the eleven year old boy said he had ideas for. You could look it u… Read full post »
Well, we're at the end of that special time of the year and the
annual battle between secularists and religionists was again,
though not as virulently as in the past. However, the
question still remains: Will we be having a Merry Christmas or a
Here in Durham, neighbor to the… Read full post »
In the noisy and bitter aftermath of Proposition 8’s
failure in California, national protests by gay and straight groups
are sweeping the country. Today is Day Without A Gay
Day and gays are being encouraged to call in sick and donate the
time to help in the battle for gay marriage.
Their… Read full post »
I just saw James Marsh's wonderful documentary Man On Wire, about Phillipe Petit's extraordinary wirewalk thirty-four years ago between the rooftops of the now destroyed twin towers of the World Trade Center. Petit, France's busking performer/provacateur, had been obsessed by the towe… Read full post »