Anyone else feeling like this has been the longest week in the history of mankind? Guess thats what happens when you stay up way too late on Monday watching a poorly played football game. Feel like I've been behind the eight ball all week. I hope the rest of the year doesn't crawl as slowly as the first full week of 2008 did or I'll hang myself.
Finally got around to watching the writer less Daily Show and Colbert Report. Jon Stewart seems to be faring a heck of a lot better. While I enjoy the Colbert show more, Stewart is a stand up comedian and able to pull it off better than Colbert who is a comic actor playing a role. This strike can't end soon enough for me. With each passing day I'm tempted to take in Good Times and Alice reruns.
More people last week watched that writer less hack Jay Leno over David Letterman, who has writers. I'm guessing the Leno audience didn't even notice...by now they have to be used to him not being funny.
Speaking of things we should be used to by now....Bush said something stupid again yesterday. While visiting the Holocaust museum in Israel, Bush wondered aloud why the U.S. didn't bomb Auschwitz during World War II...so he asked fellow Mensa member Condi Rice "Hey Condi, how come we didn't bomb Auschwitz?" Condi told the curious child president that we had photos indicating that the camp existed...so Bush, in his unique and borderline retarded way says (and I'm paraphrasing but the gist is the same) "we should have bombed it." Am I setting the bar too high by expecting the commander in chief of the U.S. military to have at least a working knowledge of military history? By the way, Bush's response to every problem is "bomb it."
Sir Edmund Hillary the first man to scale Mount Everest has died at the age of 88. In a press release Mount Everest said "Let's see if you can dig your way to my peak now beyotch!"
Do you think Obama puked a little when John Kerry endorsed him?
I'm thinking of writing an essay about why Motorhead deserves the following the Dave Matthews Band has.
So this week at the big Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas a company rolled out a 150 inch tv...an Indian motor company rolled out a $25000 car....to compete GM has announced that new cars will no longer come with a jack to change your flat tires...instead it will come fully equipped with a Filipino midget who will do the dirty work for you.
This is a good week to be in Vegas...the big Adult Entertainment Expo is going on too. After all, ya gotta pick up something to watch on that 150 inch tv. Flipping thru the ol' Sirius satellite radio last night I caught a few moments of a gripping interview conducted from the Expo by Christy Canyon and Ginger Lynn. Their subject was some chick new to the world of adult film who basically giggled in response to their questions. Still, it was more entertaining than Chris Matthews on Hardball.
Remember me and my version of L.A. Guns will be playing Gazzari's tomorrow night. Hope to see you there....and remember....Rip and Tear!