Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Some Things I miss from my Childhood

To those I went to school with: If I mention anything your remember, feel free to comment!

Dinner at Chesapeake Bay Seafood House most weekends

Shopping at Pan Am Shopping Center

Going to the Waxy Maxie's record store to buy records and tapes (Remember those?)

The RCA Dog  in Merrifield

An actual drive in theater in Merrifield that my Mom worked at

The Woolco store in Pan Am that my my mom worked at and spent evenings there playing Atari waiting for her to get off of work.

Tysons Corner Shopping Center

Fairfax Circle

Hanging at both the Fairfax and Vienna Libraries

Going to 7-11 just about every day to buy comic books

The Greaseman on DC 101

The time when TV actually had good cartoons

And many more memories....

Comment ·LikeUnlike · Share

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Predictions For the Baseball Playoffs-Divisional Round

Lets see....
American League:
NY Yankees Over Min. In 5-With a lotta good pitching expected in this one, there should be a few extra inning games.
Texas over Tampa in 5- If Cliff Lee has a repeat of his 2009 post season, and Josh Hamilton's Ribs Hold up.
National League:
Philadelphia over Cincy  in 3- The 2 Roys (Halliday and Oswalt) have been incridible the last 2 months, and Cole Hamels can shut down anyone on any day.
SF over ATL in 5. This is a toss up could go either way. Both teams have good hitting and pitching.
What's your picks?

Friday, October 01, 2010

Who’s In The Doghouse This Week?

A: Now ex CNN anchor Rick Sanchez for saying that all news companies are run by Jews
B: Now ex Michigan Attny Gen. Andrew Shirvell, Who Cyber Stalked the Student Body Pres of the U. Of Michigan because he's Gay
C: Dhuran Ravi and Molly Wei, whos webcam spying lead to the suicide of Rutgers student Tyler Clementi.

D: The Guy who hit and Totaled Hannah's Bus.
Choose any or all!

Podcast For Tuesday’s Show 9-28-10


Click Here To Listen To Or Download!

Happy Banned Book Week!


I was interested to see that this is Banned Book Week.  In a country with freedom of speech and expression like the US, you'd think that the idea of banning books would not exist. But sadly, it's here.  My opinion: I know that some subjects are not appropriate for certain age groups, and there are subjects that you may disagree with , and that's OK. If you don't like it, DON'T READ IT!!!!   If I want to read something, I have the right to do so, without you putting your nose in my affairs. DON'T FORCE YOUR  MORALITY ON ME!  You take away 1 freedom, and the rest will follow...