Only at my house is this regular Friday night viewing, but it is because you get to hear the panelists talking about Giuliani's "spectacular flame-out." I've never heard the term "flame-out" spoken aloud, much less by a political commentator on PBS. Epic lulz.
Mitt Romney is super scary. I mean, he makes Hillary Clinton seem almost human. I saw some clips of him on last night's newscast and I got the fear. If that is not a robot under malleable synthetic flesh and hair, then I'm Vicki from "Small Wonder." Forget the fact that this fucker strapped his dog to the roof his car for the length of several states. Forget the fact that he flips positions more than Jenna Jameson. This guy is creepy right on the surface. After just a few seconds of his answer about his favorite book ("I'd have to go with something like 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'."), I changed the channel and threw the remote across the room in horror.
Howser became the subject of controversy in the summer of 1979 when he did a story about how the former Tennessee Governor's Mansion was slated for demolition to make way for a Popeye's Fried Chicken outlet. He ignored management's orders to not mention the story on-air. His defiance led to a thirty-day suspension, but before the suspension was over, Howser had secured new employment. He has often since stated that he might still be "looking for more pet pigs around Nashville" if this incident had never occurred.
Mentalism is something that everyone goes through in cheerleading. —Ryan, Varsity Squad Sophomore
Sick and unmotivated to do anything but gape at my television or computer screen, I spent much of the past two days on my couch. With nothing but limited basic cable, my choices were slim. For some reason every movie from my admittedly small DVD/VHS collection seemed like too much of a commitment. And besides, what better than a little consumerism to brighten an otherwise dreary day? I bought the first and only season of "Cheerleader Nation" on iTunes. It's awesome.
She started cheering when she was five. She chose cheerleading because I chose it for her. —Terri, mother of Amanda, Varsity Squad Freshman
PBS is on fire tonight. First, an extraordinary NOVA about the epigenome, and then Cheney's Law, a horrifying look at how the VP has abused executive privilege to the detriment of Americans and innocents world wide.