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Monday, December 09, 2002

Since if the Steelers win I usually like to brag about it, I thought I'd write about our big loss yesterday. So this is what the different folks I talked to on Sunday had to say about it (I make most of my family calls on Sundays).

My Mom- "They (expletive deleted). I don't want to talk about it."

My Dad- "Did you see my Eagles? Thats how you play football." (He loves to talk about the Steelers if his Eagles win).

My Oldest Sister- "Thats football, right? Its a football team?"

My Sister's Husband- "My condolences. Man, that (expletive deleted)."

My Neighbor Spence- "Tommy threw the game. I wonder how much they gave him." (Spence was on his front porch smoking, his wife won't let him smoke in the house. I always like to point that out. I think Spence's wife could take him in a fair fight.)

Fox has this new show coming out called "Joe Billionaire", or it might be "Joe Millionaire". Either or, they tell these 20 women that this guy has a ton of money and they all compete to I guess marry him or something. What they are not telling the women, until the end of the show, is that he only makes $19,000 dollars a year. Outside of Fear Factor, I'm not much into the reality shows, but I think I will definatly watch the last episode of this one. I mean, it seems so wrong, but still, I'd love to see the winners reaction on the last show.

According to This Article At The Smoking Gun, which is a probation report on Winona Ryder, she had 37 prescriptions filled from 20 different doctors between January of 1996 and December of 1998, presumably pain medication. Also in the report a police officer said she should get help before they find her dead with a needle stuck in her arm. It looks like part of her probation will include drug testing. So I doubt we've heard the last of this. Of course for the record, I think she got a bum rap big time. And that thing the prosecutor said about the Klaas thing was just heinous. The probabtion report is like a billion pages long, so have some free time if you go there.

I've actually had to work pretty hard in the last couple hours (believe it or not). It seems as the holidays get closer, people are a lot more grumpier than they used to be (or I might be being pessimistic). I dare say I spoke with more than one or two happy people all day (outside of my coworkers).

Finally, time to go home!

12/09/2002 01:09:00 PM
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