Turning 50 in 2009

By | Jan 31, 2009

Cris Collinsworth – Former football player and current football analyst – January 27. Kyle MacLachlan – Actor – February 22. Nina Hartley – Porn superstar – March 11. Sheena Easton – Singer – April 27. Susan Cowsill – Singer, the Cowsills – May 20. Vincent D’Onofrio – Actor, Law and Order:SVU – June 30 ***** […]

Arizona Cardinals

By | Jan 25, 2009

Even though many football analyst’s said that the only reason the the Arizona Cardinals reached the 2008 NFL playoffs was because they played in a weak NFC West Division, they are going to be playing in the 43rd Super Bowl. It is true that the Cardinals have had a history of being a poor team, […]

Super Bowl XLIII

By | Jan 24, 2009

On February 2, 2009 the forty-third modern NFL Championship game or Super Bowl XLIII will be played. The game will be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Tampa has been the host city for four Super Bowls with Raymond James Stadium holding their second. The game will be played between the NFC Champions […]

Pet Peeve – On the Telephone

By | Jan 23, 2009

Some of my Telephone Pet Peeves: • Being put on the speakerphone without warning or for no logical reason. • The common phone-tree assurance “Your call will be answered in the order received” and “Your call is important to us”. If it’s so important shouldn’t a live operator answer the call. • Cold call sales […]

Presidential Inauguration

By | Jan 20, 2009

Shortly after noon on January 20, 2009 Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts will administer the oath of office of President of the United States. After Barack Obama says the words, “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best […]

About The Golden Globes

By | Jan 11, 2009

The Golden Globes was founded in 1944 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). The HFPA is an association of reporters from non-US countries who report on the entertainment industry in America, especially Hollywood, in magazines in their home countries. The Golden Globes Awards are given out during a formal dinner for outstanding motion pictures […]

Top Songs – 1977

By | Jan 10, 2009

Stevie Wonder by the mid 1970s was one of the biggest artists in R&B. wrote the song Sir Duke in tribute to the jazz great Duke Ellington, who died in 1974. It was the second single release from his 1976 album Songs in the Key of Life. It was the sixth most popular of 1977 […]

Four Freedoms

By | Jan 6, 2009

In his 1941 State of the Union Address to the joint Congress President Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed four points as fundamental freedoms humans “everywhere in the world” ought to enjoy. This speech is known as the Four Freedoms speech. Two of these Freedoms are part of the United States Constitutional values. Freedom of Speech and […]

Twelfth Night

By | Jan 5, 2009

Twelfth Night falls on the evening of January 5th or the eve of the Epiphany. It is the last night of the period called Christmastide, which begins on Christmas Day. The song the 12 Days of Christmas relates to the days of Christmastide. The Epiphany is the celebration of of the coming of the Magi. […]

We’ll Be Back After a Short Break

By | Jan 3, 2009

This will be the last post until we come back with new ones on Monday January 5th. Thank you for taking a few minutes out of you day to read these tidbits. It is much appreciated. Some other sites that can be considered as part of our network are ShoreToBeFun.com, a site dedicated to the […]

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