Saturday, October 28, 2006

Bits and Pieces

YouTube is now BooTube. They are supposed to be removing the Comedy Central videos on Monday. I only watched clips, I'm not interested in paying iTunes to watch the whole show. If they remove the Keith Olbermann videos, Google will have paid a billion dollars for blue sky. I'm not really interested in a site with goofy videos, but then I don't America's Funniest Home Videos, either. How can choices expand and contract at the same time?

Soap operas and superheroes. I know that soap operas can be a little over the top but a superhero? Sheesh, what will they think of next? What's next, the Greatest American Hero? Hasn't that already been done?

Spiderman could have a new home, his own fortress of webitude if could get these guys to work for him.

Of course Michael J. Fox can take a hit, he's taken a big one on the chin and kept on fighting. Limpballs won't be able to knock him down and looks stupid even trying.

I don't want anybody controlling my judges, I want them fully independent of politics even though I know that's impossible. It seems I'm not the only one.

As much as I love tea, I am not going to pay $3 on a regular basis when I can make it at home, just the way I want it. If I was out, was thirsty and had money I didn't know what to do with, I would give it a shot.

1 comment:

  1. Comedy Central can blow me, seriously. Do they not understand the free publicity they get from blogs for their programming content?