I guess sooner or later Daily Commentary had to address sexual matters. Now we know
why Rush has such a hard on for us Lefties...awwwww! Turns out the 55 year old Rush
Bimbaw is a Viagra fiend. (Commentary is 53 - yikes - gimme back my Viagra!) I
would just hate for folks to know I gobbled Viagra. The writers of late night talk
shows and Comedy Central thank you, Rush.
The folks that run the Wimbledon tennis tournament better watch out what they ask
for. It turns out they are warning the female tennis players to leave the cleavage
at home. I guess they think their tournament is turning into a wet t-shirt
contest. You know, some of us trust the women that play professional tennis to wear
what suits them. I like the way the Williams Sisters gear up. Hey Wimbledon, get
off this stuffy kick and let the women wear what they want or else folks might start
watching professional bowling instead.
During his concession remarks at the State Dem Convention a couple of weeks ago,
Glen Maxey declared he "was reporting for duty." I guess he knew things most of us
didn't. He's now the Field Director of Da Bell campaign. The internet buzz makes
it sound like he's "the Man" that has been brought in to save the day. They make it
sound like Da Bell campaign wasn't going anywhere unless Glen was brought in to help
run things. Well, the pressure is now on 'Ol Glen - my high school classmate.
I've been keeping the office TV tuned into The World Cup to see what the rest of the
world sees. I'll say this, now I know why some of these world class soccer players
are heartthrobs across the globe. These fellas run around and around for like 90
minutes, hardly ever taking a break - who needs to break into Rush's medicine
cabinet? In baseball, the players for the most part stand around, then every 15
minutes or so, come back to the dugout to sit down.
Speaking of baseball, how about 107 to 65? American League teams 107 wins, National
League teams 65 wins in inter-league play to date this year. The experts are saying
that the AL is the dominant league. Think of it, in the 2004 World Series, the Red
Sox swept the Cardinals. We know what happened in 2005. 1996 was the last time the
NL won an All Star game. All I can say is thank goodness the 'Stros are in the NL -
or else we'd already be thinking about next year.
June 27, 2006, 9:00AM