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|CHEERS to the most dominant figure in sports as per ESPN, Serena Williams, who is well on her way to winning the first Grand Slam in Women's Tennis since Stephie Graff in 1988. But is it really fair for this MAN to beat up on all the little, dainty women tennis players?|
|RIP to NJ Governor Chris Christie's political career, including presidential aspirations in 2016. After hob-nobbing in the Dallas Cowboys luxury booth in Philly with the current #1 sports owner prick, Jerry Jones (was #2 before the passing of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner), NY, NJ, PA and a nationally televised audience will now choose between Jeb & Hillary. What a Dillweed.|
|CHEERS to the last-place Phillies broadcaster Tom McCarthy who achieved the absolute impossible feat never before done in the history of Major League Baseball: While broadcasting the Phillies-Braves game from the center field bleachers, Tom caught the home run ball hit by the Braves' Freddie Freeman. The odds of this event don't exist. Since day 1 broadcasters call 99.99% of games from behind home plate in the press box. This was a one-off special event. Simply & truly incredible.|
JEERS to the ongoing debacle-of-a-website,
ObamaCare (just click on the Apply Now button),
originally budgeted for $93 million, now costing over $634 million
after 3 years of constructing and 20+ programmers.
Heck, I could've done THAT for less than $3 million!
February 11, 2013
MORE BREAKING NEWS...Pope Benedict XVI to resign by the end of the month due to failing health! Becomes first pope to resign in almost 600 years! The favorite to replace him is an Italian Cardinal from Milan. We will however miss the historical reign of a German pope, albeit a term that lasted less than 8 years.
Let us pray that the next Pope is not a
All: Lord, hear our prayer.
February 9, 2013
BREAKING NEWS...Earlier this week on Action News it was reported that Philadelphia had received snow 7 of the past 9 days for a total of 1.1 inches. Today we were bombarded with 2.5 inches of snow. Unfortunately, the New England region had in excess of 2 feet of snow as evidenced by the photo to the right.
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