Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Jan 27

Greetings Bloggers!

TUES. It's what I call DIGITAL TUESDAY! Love that here is why. The new stuff comes out and the must have , want lists must be met, check it out and do the economy a favor and BUY something?!?!?


• College
• Fireproof
• Lakeview Terrace
• Pride & Glory
• The Rocker (guy from the office is in this)
• RockNRolla
• Open Season 2 (straight to DVD)
• Vicky Cristina Barcelona

• Cheers - The Final Season
• The Love Boat - Season 2, Vol. 1


TAYLOR SWIFT's self-titled debut on karaoke!

JAMEY JOHNSON’s That Lonesome Song on vinyl. The album was released last year on CD.

PAT GREEN’s album, What I’m For, which includes his latest, Let Me.

JOHNNY CASH Remixed, a collaborative effort of Johnny's vocals mixed with artists from other styles of music.

VINCE GILL and DOLLY PARTON can be heard on a new bluegrass album from actor/comedian/musician Steve Martin, in stores today. The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo is Martin's first full-length bluegrass album, which came about after he played on the Grammy Award winning Foggy Mountain Breakdown with EARL SCRUGGS. The Crow was produced by John McEuen, of the NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND and consists of fifteen original tracks written by Martin.

DIGI. Tuesday Rocks right?


• Dierks Bentley: Feel That Fire (2/3)
• Wynonna: Sing: Chapter One (2/3)
• Aaron Tippin: In Overdrive (2/3)
• Jake Owen: Easy Does It (2/24)
• Raul Malo: Lucky One (3/3)
• Jack Ingram: untitled (3/17)
• Willie Nelson: Naked Willie (3/17)
• Martina McBride: Shine (3/24)
• Eric Church: Carolina (3/24)
• Keith Urban: Defying Gravity (3/31)
• Billy Ray Cyrus: Back To Tennessee (3/31)
• Ronnie Milsap: Then Sings My Soul (3/31)
• Rascal Flatts: Unstoppable (4/7)
• Emerson Drive: Believe (4/7)
• Jason Aldean: Wide Open (4/7)
• Collin Raye: Never Going Back (4/7)
• John Rich: Son Of A Preacher Man (Spring)
• Tanya Tucker: That Lonesome Town (Spring)

Speaking of Taylor Swift man she is everywhere doing everything and selling more CD's thank you can shake a stick at!

TAYLOR SWIFT’s upcoming appearance at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo sold out in a matter of minutes. All 71,000 tickets were snatched up.

TAYLOR SWIFT’s appearance on the CBS series CSI has been scheduled to air March 5. Taylor calls the experience of filming "life-changing." Taylor will play a teenage girl whose family runs a motel in Las Vegas.

Beginning today (Tuesday), TRACE ADKINS is the focus of an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame that showcases video footage and the outfit he wore for his appearances last year on NBC's The Celebrity Apprentice.

Lets talk Pets, do you have any? I have a giant sized bag of fur names Morris, he is orange!

For the sixth consecutive year, Max is the most popular name for both dogs and cats. That's according to Veterinary Pet Insurance, which insured some 466,000 clients. Only 13 dogs in VPI's database went by Fido in 2008, placing the name at number 2,866. Rover wasn't far behind at number 2,534. Lassie was number 1,572), Pluto was number 1,009), Spot was number 659) and Fluffy was number 338.
The top 10 names for dogs:
1. Max
2. Bailey
3. Bella
4. Molly
5. Lucy
6. Buddy
7. Maggie
8. Daisy
9. Sophie
10. Chloe
The top 10 cat names:
1. Max
2. Chloe
3. Tigger
4. Tiger
5. Lucy
6. Smokey
7. Oliver
8. Bella
9. Shadow
10. Charlie
Speaking of pets, a national survey reveals most pet owners believe they can understand the "woofs" and "meows" of their pets. At least 62% of dog and cat lovers insist their fury friends can understand what they're saying, according to an Associated Press poll. While it may be as elementary as a dog barking "I need to take a walk" or a cat purring "give me more chow," the bulk of pet owners say the dialogue isn't just a guessing game.

I am a VIDEO game collector and a bit of a Geek. I have just about every system you can imagine of and many trinkets to go along with it. My pride and JOY and modified Nintendo Entertainment System (classic NES) While surfing the net, trying to find out what new and crazy I stumbled across this.....

Do you think video games are a blessing or a curse? Many people bash video games saying that they make kids fat because children don't go outside to play anymore. I think not! Maybe some just sit there and play, but not if you have the Wii! We talked about a 10-year-old in Ireland who managed to walk again after for years in a wheelchair. She received treatment in a New York hospital, attending Wii therapy courses for six days a week. While she had conventional treatments, such as hydrotherapy, it was the Wii Fit that the girl took a shine to and which helped her back on her feet again. Now that's very cool and inspiring!


AMERICAN IDOL (8p ET, FOX) -- The auditions continue from Jacksonville, Florida. A new episode of "Fringe" follows.

NCIS (8p ET, CBS) -- A new episode. A repeat of "The Mentalist" follows.

THE BIGGEST LOSER (8p ET, NBC) -- Super Bowl bound Arizona Quarterback Kurt Warner and popular celebrity chef Curtis Stone guest star in this Super Bowl-themed episode. A repeat of "Law & Order: SVU" follows.

SCRUBS (9p ET, ABC) -- Two new episodes air back to back. A new edition of "Homeland Security" airs before.

WITHOUT A TRACE (10p ET, CBS) -- The team searches for Elena's former partner in this new episode.

LEVERAGE (10p ET, TNT) -- A new episode.

NIP/TUCK (10p ET, FX) -- A new episode.

The News abused by WiNgNuT

Pfizer has agreed to buy out rival drug manufacturer Wyeth. [Both of their stock prices went up. And probably so did my prescriptions.]

In Chicago a 14-year-old dressed as a police officer walked into a squad room and was given a patrol assignment before the deception was discovered five hours later. [He claimed he bought the job from Governor Blagojevich fair and square.]

Even the film company behind the comedy Paul Blart: Mall Cop is surprised at how successful it's doing. [They’re already working on a television spinoff, CSI: Food Court.]

The impeachment trial of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich started yesterday (Monday). [And you thought YOUR workweek got off to a rough start.]

Home Depot is cutting 7,000 jobs. [I had no idea that many people worked there. I can never find anyone when I need help.]

A new report says U.S. schoolchildren need more recess. [Suspiciously, the report was written completely in crayon.]

Hero pilot Chesley Sullenberger will tell his story on 60 Minutes. [Let's see if he can avoid catastrophe in the media.]

Drivers distracted by their own cell phones need to be on the lookout for a new danger -- distracted children crossing streets while talking on their own cell phones. [On second thought, distracted drivers on their cell phones running over distracted children on their cell phones does bring a bit a poetic justice to the world.]

Gov. Rod Blagojevich says he had considered naming Oprah Winfrey to the U.S. Senate. [Instead Oprah will remain Queen of America.]

Thank you DRIVE THRU


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