Tuesday, February 17, 2009


Greetings BLOGGERS!!!

How many of you guys had Monday off? And ponder this how come every time most of us have a vacation or a vacation day we come back the next day tired? Please can someone explain this for some of us simple minded people? No ideas from this tired brain....

Tuesday means digital media DROP DAY! Tons of new DVD's and CD's fall from they sky today at the right price of course. CHECK it...

1. Friday the 13th, $42.2 million
2. He's Just Not That Into You, $19.6 million
3. Taken, $19.2 million
4. Confessions of a Shopaholic, $15.4 million
5. Coraline, $15.3 million
6. Paul Blart: Mall Cop, $11.7 million
7. The International, $10 million
8. The Pink Panther 2, $9 million
9. Slumdog Millionaire, $7.1 million
10. Push, $6.9 million

... The #1 movie this week last year was Jumper.


• Nicholas D'Agosto, Eric Christian Olsen, Sarah Roemer, Molly Sims
• The two most popular guys in high school decide to ditch football camp for cheerleader camp. For the girls and for the glory.

• Tyler Perry, Derek Luke, Keshia Knight Pulliam
• Mischievous grandma Madea lands in jail, where she meets a variety of mixed-up characters.


• Body of Lies
• Changeling
• Flash of Genius
• High School Musical 3: Senior Year
• How to Lose Friends and Alienate People
• Quarantine

• The Beverly Hillbillies - The Official 3rd Season
• Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - The 8th Year
• Murder, She Wrote - The Complete 9th Season
• Sabrina, the Teenage Witch - The 5th Season

RECENT ALBUM RELEASES (stuff you can buy NOW)
• Aaron Tippin: In Overdrive (2/3)
• Alan Jackson: Good Time (3/4) (Arista Nashville)
• Andy Griggs: The Good Life (5/27)
• Billy Currington: Little Bit of Everything (10/14)
• Blake Shelton: Startin' Fires (11/18)
• Brad Paisley: Play (11/4)
• Chuck Wicks: Starting Now (1/22)
• Craig Morgan: Greatest Hits (9/30)
• Craig Morgan: That's Why (10/21)
• Crystal Shawanda: Dawn of a New Day (8/19)
• Darius Rucker: Learn To Live (9/16)
• Dierks Bentley: Feel That Fire (2/3)
• Dierks Bentley: Live From Austin, TX (11/11)
• Faith Hill: Joy To The World (9/30) (Warner Bros)
• George Strait: Classic Christmas (10/7)
• George Strait: Troubadour (4/1)
• Heidi Newfield: What Am I Waiting For (8/5) (Curb)
• Jamey Johnson: That Lonesome Song (8/5)
• James Otto: Sunset Man (4/8)
• Jamey Johnson: That Lonesome Song (vinyl version, 1/27)
• Jessica Simpson: Do You Know (9/9)
• Jimmy Wayne: Beautiful Thing (8/26)
• Joe Nichols: Real Things (8/21) (Universal South)
• John Michael Montgomery: Time Flies (10/14)
• Johnny Cash Remixed (1/27)
• Josh Gracin: We Weren't Crazy (4/1)
• Julianne Hough: self-titled (5/20)
• Julianne Hough: The Julianne Hough Collection (holiday, at Target) (10/12)
• Keith Anderson: C'mon (8/5)
• Kellie Pickler: self-titled (9/30)
• Kenny Chesney: Lucky Old Sun (10/21)
• Kenny Chesney: Lucky Old Sun Deluxe Edition (10/14)
• Kristy Lee Cook: Why Wait (9/16)
• Lady Antebellum: Lady Antebellum (4/15)
• Lee Ann Womack: Call Me Crazy (10/21)
• Little Big Town: A Place To Land (re-issue with bonus tracks) (10/14)
• Luke Bryan: I’ll Stay Me (Capitol) (8/14)
• Mark Wills: Familiar Stranger (10/28)
• Miranda Lambert: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (5/1) (Epic Nashville)
• Montgomery Gentry: Back When I Knew It All (6/10)
• Pat Green: What I'm For (1/27)
• Phil Vassar: Prayer Of A Common Man (4/22)
• Randy Houser: Anything Goes (11/18)
• Randy Owen: One To One (11/4) (Broken Bow)
• Randy Travis: Around The Bend (7/15) (Warner Bros)
• Rascal Flatts: Greatest Hits (10/28)
• Reba McEntire: 50 Greatest Hits (10/21)
• Rebecca Lynn Howard: No Rules (6/17) (Saguaro Records)
• Sugarland: Love On The Inside (7/29)
• Taylor Swift: Beautiful Eyes (7/15) (Big Machine) (Wal-Mart exclusive)
• Taylor Swift: Fearless (11/11)
• The Lost Trailers: Holler Back (8/26) (BNA)
• The Zac Brown Band: The Foundation (11/18)
• Tim McGraw: Greatest Hits 3 (10/7)
• Toby Keith: 35 Biggest Hits (5/6)
• Toby Keith: Big Dog Daddy (6/12) (Show Dog Records)
• Toby Keith: That Don't Make Me a Bad Guy (10/28)
• Trace Adkins: Live From Austin, TX (10/28)
• Trace Adkins: X (11/25) (Capitol)
• Various: Elvis Presley Christmas Duets (10/14)
• Various: For the Troops 2 (11/25, with Keith Urban, Trace Adkins, Gretchen Wilson, others)
• Wynonna: Sing: Chapter One (2/3)

UPCOMING ALBUM RELEASES (stuff you can buy soon)
• Jake Owen: Easy Does It (2/24)
• Raul Malo: Lucky One (3/3)
• Jack Ingram: untitled (3/17)
• Willie Nelson: Naked Willie (3/17)
• John Rich: Son Of A Preacher Man (3/24)
• Martina McBride: Shine (3/24)
• Eric Church: Carolina (3/24)
• Keith Urban: Defying Gravity (3/31)
• Rodney Atkins: In America (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)
• Tanya Tucker: That Lonesome Town (Spring)

Ever wonder what people thought about the current state of mind or where humans would be 100 years ago? You know like flying cars and such, shiny things that talked to you, so on and so fourth.
Ladies Home Journal Predictions.....this blew my mind...where do you come up with this stuff;

This week (February 16) marks the anniversary when The Ladies Home Journal first hit newsstands. In the December 1900 issue, the Journal had ran an article making predictions for the 21st century.

The American will be taller by one to two inches. His increase of stature will result from better health, due to vast reforms in medicine, sanitation, food and athletics. He will live fifty years instead of thirty-five as at present – for he will reside in the suburbs. The city house will practically be no more. Building in blocks will be illegal. The trip from suburban home to office will require a few minutes only. A penny will pay the fare.

Gymnastics will begin in the nursery, where toys and games will be designed to strengthen the muscles. Exercise will be compulsory in the schools. Every school, college and community will have a complete gymnasium. All cities will have public gymnasiums. A man or woman unable to walk ten miles at a stretch will be regarded as a weakling.

There will be no street cars in our large cities. All hurry traffic will be below or high above ground when brought within city limits. In most cities it will be confined to broad subways or tunnels, well lighted and well ventilated, or to high trestles with “moving-sidewalk” stairways leading to the top. Cities, therefore, will be free from all noises.

Automobiles will be cheaper than horses are today. Farmers will own automobile hay-wagons, automobile truck-wagons, plows, harrows and hay-rakes. A one-pound motor in one of these vehicles will do the work of a pair of horses or more. Children will ride in automobile sleighs in winter. The horse in harness will be as scarce, if, indeed, not even scarcer, then as the yoked ox is today.

Photographs will be telegraphed from any distance. If there be a battle in China a hundred years hence snapshots of its most striking events will be published in the newspapers an hour later. Photographs will reproduce all of nature’s colors.

Man will see around the world. Persons and things of all kinds will be brought within focus of cameras connected electrically with screens at opposite ends of circuits, thousands of miles at a span. The instrument bringing these distant scenes to the very doors of people will be connected with a giant telephone apparatus transmitting each incidental sound in its appropriate place. Thus the guns of a distant battle will be heard to boom when seen to blaze, and thus the lips of a remote actor or singer will be heard to utter words or music when seen to move.

No mosquitoes nor flies. Insect screens will be unnecessary. Mosquitoes, house-flies and roaches will have been practically exterminated.

Peas as large as beets. Strawberries as large as apples. Melons, cherries, grapes, plums, apples, pears, peaches and all berries will be seedless. Roses will be as large as cabbage heads. It will be possible to grow any flower in any color and to transfer the perfume of a scented flower to another which is odorless.

There will be No C, X or Q in our every-day alphabet. They will be abandoned because they are unnecessary. Spelling by sound will have been adopted, first by the newspapers. English will be a language of condensed words expressing condensed ideas, and will be more extensively spoken than any other. Russian will rank second.

A university education will be free to every man and woman. Time will be saved by grouping like studies. Medical inspectors regularly visiting the public schools will furnish poor children free eyeglasses, free dentistry and free medical attention of every kind. Etiquette and housekeeping will be important studies in the public schools.

Coal will not be used for heating or cooking. It will be scarce, but not entirely exhausted. The earth’s hard coal will last until the year 2050 or 2100. Man will have found electricity manufactured by water power to be much cheaper.

Hot or cold air will be turned on from spigots to regulate the temperature of a house as we now turn on hot or cold water from spigots to regulate the temperature of the bath.

Pneumatic tubes, instead of store wagons, will deliver packages and bundles. These tubes will collect, deliver and transport mail over certain distances, perhaps for hundreds of miles. They will at first connect with the private houses of the wealthy; then with all homes.

Ready-cooked meals will be bought from establishments similar to our bakeries of today. Food will be served hot or cold to private houses in pneumatic tubes or automobile wagons. The meal being over, the dishes used will be packed and returned to the cooking establishments where they will be washed.

Few drugs will be swallowed or taken into the stomach unless needed for the direct treatment of that organ itself. Drugs needed by the lungs, for instance, will be applied directly to those organs through the skin and flesh. They will be carried with the electric current applied without pain to the outside skin of the body.

Something to think about....

THE NEWS abused BY WiNgNuT

President Obama will sign the 787 billion dollar stimulus plan on Tuesday. [And that's just the money it will take to make up to Michelle for forgetting Valentine's Day.]

President Obama will sign the 787 billion dollar stimulus plan on Tuesday. [And that's just money to support the California octuplets.]

Microsoft is planning a global retail chain. [Finally, a place where we can go to demonstrate the latest in underperforming computers.]

Microsoft is planning a global retail chain. [Which means it could be the first retail chain to ask for bailout money before their stores even exist.]

Doctors are now saying that asthma may start in the womb. [Especially is one of your seven other womb-mates is a smoker.]

A nude photograph of pop star Madonna, taken in 1979, has sold for $37,500 at an auction in New York. [Unfortunately, the person who bought it is forcing the photograph to sign a pre-nup.]

Astronomers say there could be one hundred billion Earth-like planets in the Milky Way galaxy. [So if you can't avoid foreclosure on your home on this Earth, maybe check with ReMax on the next one over.]

Senior Muslim clerics urged Sudanese youngsters to boycott Valentine's Day, saying it's a Western institution that could lead couples astray. [Sounds like somebody forgot to make dinner reservations on Saturday.]

Sirius XM Radio says it could file for bankruptcy as early as Tuesday. [Especially if it loses any of its five customers.]

North Korea's number two leader said Sunday that the communist country is ready to improve relations with "friendly" countries. [Sounds like somebody's finally run out of Girl Scout cookies.]

Microsoft is offering $250,000 to help capture the culprit behind a nasty computer worm known as Conficker. [So far their only suspect is contaminated peanut butter.]

Oh wait before I go I talked about the Carrie Underwood Video yet again and promised to post it, check it out:


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