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San Francisco State University grad (Psychology).

Journal Archives

Your favorite living stand-up comedian?

What's your favorite episode of WKRP in Cincinnati?

WKRP in Cincinnati was a sit-com created by Hugh Wilson which aired on CBS from
September 1978 to April 1982.

The cast consisted of:
- Gordon Jump as Arthur Carlson, the station's manager
- Loni Anderson as the receptionist
- Gary Sandy as the program director
- Howard Hesseman as DJ Dr. Johnny Fever
- Tim Reid as DJ Venus Flytrap
- Jan Smithers as publicity assistant
- Frank Bonner as Herbert R. Tarlich Jr, sales manager
- Richard Sanders as Les Nessman, news director

There are several WKRP video clips up on You Tube, including one 31-second clip titled:

What's your favorite episode of The Honeymooners?

Poll Options:

1) "Better Living Through Television"
Ralph & Norton decide to make a late night TV commercial.

2) "The Safety Award"
Ralph has an accident on the way to receiving his Safest Bus Driver Award.

3) "Unconventional Behavior"
Ed handcuffs himself to Ralph on their way to the Raccoon convention.

4) "A Dog's Life"
Ralph feeds his boss dog food, thinking that it's an appetizer that Alice made.

5) "Brother Ralph"
Ralph is laid off, so Alice takes a job as a secretary; but she tells her boss that Ralph is her brother.

6) "Letter to the Boss"
After driving a bus for nine years, Ralph has been told to turn in his uniform.....Ralph feels cheated and betrayed - both by life and by J.J. Marshall, president of the bus company - so he decides to write Marshall a letter to tell him how he feels about being fired after nine years of loyal service.

7) "TV or not TV"
Ralph and Norton buy a TV set together and constantly fight over what to watch.

8) "The Golfer"
Ralph brags to his boss about how great he is at golf, so his boss invites him to play in place of his regular partner, who is out of town...Norton tries to help out by giving Ralph a few golf lessons.

9) "The $99,000 Answer"
Norton brings his piano down from upstairs to help Ralph prepare for a TV quiz show called
The $99,000 Answer"....Before beginning to play any song on piano, Norton always "warms up"
by playing a few bars of Stephen Foster's "Swanee River" (Old Folks at Home)
When he finally goes on the TV show, the song he is asked about is Swanee River.
HOST: "Mr Kramden, who wrote that song?"
RALPH: "Uma, uma, uma, Ed Norton?"

10) "The Sleepwalker"
Norton is sleepwalking and Ralph gets stuck looking after him.

What's your favorite Traveling Wilburys song?

If your favorite Wilburys song isn't among the poll options, post it, and I will try to include it in the poll.

Google: "Tom Petty death: Bob Dylan pays tribute to Traveling Wilburys bandmate" (NME.com)

What's your favorite Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers song?

One of the greatest rock guitarist/singer-songwriters ever, in my opinion.

(He died way too young)

Google: "Tom Petty Death: Bob Dylan Pays Tribute to Traveling Wilburys Bandmate" (NME.com)

Your favorite line(s) from Bad Santa?

(WARNING: The following dialogue is extremely graphic)

GIN (Bernie Mac)
Look here, get him out of here and I'll go smooth things over with Chipeska (John Ritter), tell him it was food poisoning or something.

MARCUS (Tony Cox)
What do you mean, get him out of here?

Take him to the car.

In case you didn't notice, I'm a motherfucking dwarf, so unless you have a forklift handy, maybe you should lend a hand, hmm?

That figures..You want all kind of set-asides..Special treatment because you're handicapped.
You're all the same.

Special treatment?..I'm 3-foot fucking tall, you asshole!..It's a matter of physics...Draw me a sketch of how I get him to the car, huh?

Bitch, Bitch, Bitch!

Sketch it up, you fucking moron..Fucking Leonardo da Vinci.

What'd you call me thigh-high?

I called you a fucking guinea homo from the 15th-fucking-century, you dickhead!

I could stick you up my pants, small fry.

Yeah?...You sure it ain't too sore from last night?

You got some lip on you, mister.

Yeah?..Well these lips were on your wife's pussy last night..Why don't you dust that thing off once in a while, asshole!

MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle repeatedly nails GOPer's butt to the wall for dodging tax question

Raw Story
September 27, 2017

MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle on Wednesday refused to let Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) to get away with dodging a question about tax reform.

Ruhle began her interview with Reed by noting that he had recently attended a meeting with President Donald Trump to discuss tax legislation.

"You met just yesterday with President Trump at the White House and talked tax reform,"
Ruhle explained.
"What can you tell us about that meeting and what specific details did President Trump share about the plan?"

"Well, you know, the best thing about the meeting was we invited the Democratic members of the Ways and Means Committee," Reed replied.

"That's not what I asked you, Tom," Ruhle interrupted.

"I appreciate that, Stephanie," Reed grimaced, before opining about how he welcomed the
"opportunity to be there with Democrats and Republicans."

"Not what I asked 'ya," Ruhle pressed again.

"We're delving into the details," Reed insisted.

"So, what I'm asking you is, besides that it was so great and you were honored to be at the White House and see Democrats there," Ruhle demanded, "what are the details in the plan?"

After her fourth request, Reed explained that the plan would "lower the tax rates" and allow Americans to file taxes on a "postage card."

Link to MSNBC video:

If link doesn't work, Google:
'Not what I asked': MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle repeatedly nails GOPer's butt to the wall for dodging tax question"

Your favorite line(s) from Night Shift?

You tellin' me to shut up?

I'm telling you to shut up!..I will tell your recorder so that you don't forget!
(Chuck picks up tape recorder and turns it on)

Hello, this is Chuck to remind Bill to SHUT UP!

What's tour favorite line or scene from Animal House?

War's over..Wormer dropped the big one.

What? Over? Did you say "over"?..NOTHING is over until we decide it is...Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?..Hell no!


Forget it..He's rolling.

The GOP is Plowing Ahead with an Audacious Effort to Hijack the Vote and Rig Elections

September 15, 2017

The Republican Party's efforts to disrupt voting and thwart representative government was on full display this past week, when despite ridicule in the press, the GOP's leading proponents of undermining voters and rigging elections were unbowed and forged ahead.

First came Kris Kobach's willfully incorrect - but headline-grabbing - accusation on Breitbart.com that more than 5,000 people illegally voted last fall in New Hampshire, delivering an Electoral College victory to Hillary Clinton and a U.S. Senate seat to a Democrat.

Kobach, an attorney who's anti-immigrant activism launched his career, is the Kansas Secretary of State, a current gubernatorial candidate, and co-chair of President Trump's Orwellian-titled "election integrity" commission.
Kobach was caught mangling some Republican-produced data about New Hampshire college students who were perfectly legal voters to make his false claim about presumed Democrats voting illegally.

Kobach's antipathy toward non-natives voting is nothing new.
He has been repeatedly sued in Kansas over adding qualifications to the state voter registration form, including targeting out-of-state voters who have moved there.
That creates new barriers to vote in local and state elections.
Kobach's anti-democratic partisanship was in sync with another clumsy display this week from another outspoken voter suppressor on Trump's election panel, Hans von Spakovsky.
Now at the Heritage Foundation, Spakovsky led the second Bush administration's voter fraud crusade at the Justice Department, and was caught lying about his email lobbying to keep Democrats from being on Trump's panel.

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