–Disgusted by the deal breaking between MSNBC and Fox in regards to Olbermann and O’Reilly. It’s been a sore point with me how spineless the media has been in recent years. Now, to find out corporate giants are self-censoring for reasons passing understanding is just demoralizing.
–Did we really need Creed to get back together?
–I’ve been following the health care debate with some interest and while we are drowning in soundbites, no coherency has made it out to us regular folks. I think I have my pulse on the root of the problem. It’s certainly not the health care professionals. I had what turned out to be a minor issue last year and the pros took care of me quickly, but processing the paperwork was huge. The administering is where the problem lies. It’s taken me the better part of six months to get things clarified on my kids dental policy. Finally heard the telltale soundings of claims being reprocessed this morning.
–All praises to President Clinton for freeing the reporters in North Korea. Jokes about the plane ride home are almost too easy to make.
–Paula Abdul’s departure from American Idol only means there is the increased possibility of her turning up on a show I watch.
–The Buffalo Sabres are officially taking me for granted. I’ve been a fan forever and not resigning Andrew Peters and Max Afinigenov doesn’t feel like a top to bottom review in my book. I’ll show them, I’ll continue to not be able to afford to go a game. That will teach them.
–This is the third full summer the Holiday Inn on Delaware Ave. stopped doing their pool club. It had to be such easy money. A family could pay $275.00 and swim all you wanted when the pool was open. They stopped, guess the extra income was troublesome. If towels were an issue, they could not supply them, charge a little less and still make out like bandits. Rational thought doesn’t apply there either.
–Omar Minaya owes me an apology. Fellow Mets fans will understand. The Bisons are hard to watch, but Paul McCartney was the last guy to have multiple hits at Citifield.