Random thoughts on random knots:
Did anyone question whether Kate Middleton had breasts and nipples? What’s the big deal about the photos? And why did I Google it?
If the Super Bowl can’t be the Game of the Century because they’re going to have another one next year, why does everyone absolutely HAVE to have an iPhone 5?
If Muslims kill people and riot in 50 cities because of a bad American film, do we dare show them “Christmas with the Kranks?”
True story: In July, Mozart Morris of Virginia received forms in the mail so he could register to vote. Perhaps he would have registered, except he’s a poodle, and he’s been dead for two years. The forms came from the Voter Participation Center, which tries to register minorities, young people and unmarried women. No word from Mozart’s former master on whether the pooch leaned toward Obama or Romney.
Also a true story: A 69-year-old man got on a train in San Fransisco Wednesday, and when it arrived in Chicago, his luggage, cell phone and medication were on the train, but the man was gone. CNN said he had “disappeared.” I think that’s the way I’d like to go. One minute I’m there, and the next I have simply vanished.
New test results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress show that high skool girlz are much bedder wriders than boyz.