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Yikes, so Keith O really does HATE MSNBC..... oh my....

We already knew Keith Olbermann wasn't watching MSNBC. And now we know why.

The former MSNBC host responded to a tweet on Wednesday explaining why he will not watch the network:

"No. It's like watching friends in a crashing car w/a drunk driver RT @Brian8473 Do you ever look at the hot mess that is @msnbc and giggle?"

Olbermann parted ways with MSNBC in 2011 after the unexpected cancellation of his show. He has since said that he stopped watching MSNBC in 2009, meaning that he was not watching his own network for more than a year while he was still working there.

Still, comparing your old network to the scene of a drunk driving car crash is pretty harsh.


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/23/keith-olbermann-msnbc-tweet-car-crash-twitter_n_5200673.html

Yikes, these eaglets are growing so fast.....

http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles all look healthy and happy, although the 3rd one, is a tad small.

Considering dropping my WPR contribution......

I have always given to my local NPR station which is Wisconsin Public Radio.....well, this past week I get the call for the yearly donation and when I received the reminder of contribution notice, this was sent along with the request:

"To assist Wisconsin Public Radio Association, Inc. ("WPR") in reaching its members by phone to ask for their support, the paid professional fundraiser, Aria Communications Corporation, 717 West St. Germain St., St. Cloud, MN 56301, 320-259-5206 was contracted for this campaign. Illinois: Contracts and reports regarding the charity are on file with the Illinois Attorney General. This solicitation is being made by a paid professional fundraiser.

Professional fundraiser company doing the begging now??? I'm d*mn near tempted to NOT JOIN AGAIN.

Very upset with this.

D*mn.

Whatdaya think??

I'm terribly embarrassed, but I need grammar help on this little poem please.......

It's for my husband's anniversary card....can someone please correct anything wrong in the grammar department....and thank you.

As in the essence of the Opal......

The ups and downs,

The positives and negatives,

The happy’s the sad’s,

The laughs the cries....

All facets of our 34 years.....

Together, I’ll love you forever.

OMGosh.....the battle of the network stars.....

ABE NBC AND CBS dueling it out on some ESPN channel. What a riot. Howard Cossell (sp) is the announcer and Bob Ueker is the commissioner. Anyone else watching? The outfits.....yikes.

Is it just me or am I nuts to think that the crowd doesn't care if Bubba wins

The Masters golf tournament? D*mn. Coverage today was all about the young guy Jordan Speith.....Ugh..... come on Bubba kick arse.

Go brewers go.......

and OMG they have the best record in baseball......A W E S O M E.

Eagle watch.....Bob's manning the camera....lotsa great video

http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles every day Bob moves the camera around to get great views of the nest and surrounding area. So cool.....

OK,ok enough already......

The Dow is killing me.

King may switch sides and join the Republicans after midterms

What the h*ll is this??

Sen. Angus King (I-Maine), who caucuses with the Democrats, will decide after the midterm elections whether to switch sides and join the Republicans.

He is leaving open the possibility of aligning himself with the GOP if control of the upper chamber changes hands.

“I’ll make my decision at the time based on what I think is best for Maine,” King told The Hill Wednesday after voting with Republicans to block the Paycheck Fairness Act, a measure at the center for the 2014 Democratic campaign agenda.
King’s remarks are a clear indication that congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle will have to woo the 70-year-old senator in order to recruit him to their side.

That lobbying battle could be especially intense if King’s decision determines which party will control the chamber in the next Congress.

If Republicans pick up six seats this fall, they will be running the Senate in 2015. But a pickup of five would produce a 50-50 split and Democratic control, with Vice President Biden breaking the tie. King could tip the balance.

The former governor of Maine is an independent, but he has generally been a reliable Democratic vote for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.).


http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/203161-king-may-flip-to-gop-in-2015

The Hill??? is this a rag mag??
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