2008 is nearly over are you ready for 2009?? I will give ya something to think about our great year of '08!!!
Here are the top 10 quotes of the year, according to the editor of the "Yale Book of Quotations":
1. "I can see Russia from my house!" --Comedian Tina Fey, while impersonating Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin on the TV comedy show "Saturday Night Live," broadcast September 13.
2. "All of them, any of them that have been in front of me over all these years." --Palin, responding to a request by CBS anchor Katie Couric to name the newspapers or magazines she reads, broadcast October 1.
3. "We have sort of become a nation of whiners." --former Sen. Phil Gramm, an economic adviser to Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, quoted in The Washington Times, July 10.
4. "It's not based on any particular data point, we just wanted to choose a really large number." --a Treasury Department spokeswoman explaining how the $700 billion number was chosen for the initial bailout, quoted on Forbes.com September 23.
5. "The fundamentals of America's economy are strong." --McCain, in an interview with Bloomberg TV, April 17.
6. "Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency." --the Treasury Department's proposed Emergency Economic Stabilization Act, September 2008.
7. "Maybe 100." --McCain, discussing in a town hall meeting in Derry, New Hampshire, how many years U.S. troops could remain in Iraq, January 3.
8. "I'll see you at the debates, bitch." --Paris Hilton in a video responding to a McCain television campaign ad, August 2008.
9. "Barack, he's talking down to black people. ...I want to cut his...off." --Rev. Jesse Jackson, overheard over a live microphone before a Fox News interview, July 6.
10. "There are no atheists in foxholes and there are no libertarians in financial crises." --Krugman, in an interview with Bill Maher on HBO's "Real Time," broadcast September 19.
OK I am being honest I watched Oprah, don't hate on me it was all that was on and to be honest with ya i found this topic interesting so i googled it check it out: ADD 30 YEARS to YOU LIFE?! C'mon this is not possible is it? HA you would be surprised!!!
www.netscape.com Is where I found this tid bit of info called: How long will you live? 70% of your longevity is determined by your lifestyle. So, in a way, you are in control of your destiny. Taken together, all of the following lifestyle changes will help you live as much as 30 years longer. Here are tips from Dr. Sanjay Gupta's book "Chasing Life," Dr. Thomas Perls' www.livingto100.com and Health.com.
• 5 years: Don't smoke -- It's not cool to smoke. You smell, your teeth turn yellow, your skin looks like leather and your voice gets low and raspy. It also gives you lung cancer. Ick.
• 5 years: Eat power foods -- It's all about the antioxidants. Every day you should eat a handful of dark chocolate and almonds, as well as fruits, vegetables, garlic and even a glass of wine.
• 4 years: Skip the fast food -- Drive past the McDonald's and Wendy's without stopping and you'll live a lot longer since you're not ingesting all that fat and cholesterol.
• 3 years: Get moving -- Run for 30 minutes, five days a week and you can live up to four years longer. If you walk, you'll add three years.
• 3 years: Get married -- Numerous studies have shown that married people are happier and healthier. Why? They take care of each other. Face it, most men see a doctor because their wives made the appointment and told them to go.
• 3 years: Eat salmon twice a week -- Eating fatty fish that contains omega 3 fatty acids, such as wild salmon, herring, mackerel and sardines, not only appears to lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease, but also helps control triglyceride levels and inflammation.
• 3 years: Lose the fat -- You'll not only look and feel better, but you'll be healthier if you lose weight. Being overweight increases your risk of death by 20 to 40 percent. Now that's motivation!
• 3 years: Have sex -- Having sex two to three times a week helps you live longer by cutting in half your risk for heart disease and stroke. How? Sexual intercourse burns about 200 calories, which is the same as running for 30 minutes.
• 1 year: Floss daily -- The greatest benefit of regular flossing is healthy gums. Research has shown that gum inflammation is linked to heart disease. Keep your gums healthy and your heart may follow.
THIS IS WELL WORTH the MENTION!
Lets talk about the COUNTRY MUSIC HOTTIE!
The People's Choice Awards says Carrie Underwood will perform at its 35th annual ceremony next month. The awards show, airing Jan. 7 on CBS, will be hosted by Queen Latifah at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, organizers said Wednesday. The People's Choice trophies go to fan favorites in TV, movies and music. Underwood went from "American Idol" winner to a country music star whose hits include "Just a Dream" and "Jesus, Take the Wheel." (Daily Record)
T-minus 24 hours until THE WINGNUT VACATION STARTS