Friday, February 6, 2009


Greetings BLOGGERS!

FRIDAY, its here!

To much going on here in the world of webtastic things! Lets jump right into it:

COUCH POTATOES UNITE there is much to do tonight on the couch!


GHOST WHISPERER (8p ET, CBS) -- A new episode. "Flashpoint" follows.

WIFE SWAP (8p ET, ABC) -- A new episode. A new "Supernanny"follows.

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (9p ET, NBC) -- A new episode. A new "Howie Do It" airs at 8p ET.

MONK (9p ET, USA) -- Noah Emmerich and Julie Bowen guest star in this new episode. Jonathan Silverman guest stars on the new "Psych" at 10p ET.

C'mon this is fun and i enjoy adding comments:


President Obama has confirmed that he will travel to Illinois this month to celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s 200th birthday. [There’ll be music, there’ll be speeches, and then they’ll bust open a giant pinata shaped like John Wilkes Booth.]

While other retailers are suffering, Wal-Mart posted a gain. [Americans have stopped buying expensive unnecessary junk. Instead they now only concentrate on buying cheap unnecessary junk.]

In India a 75-year-old doctor was recently sentenced to jail for accepting a 50 cent bribe back in 1985. [Well, it’s his fault. He’s had 24 years to bribe someone to make the case go away.]

There was another rise in the number of people looking for work. [Well, there are plenty of job openings in the Obama cabinet.]

A new study finds that women are hard to read. [While another study finds that some studies are unnecessary.]

An 18-year-old male Milwaukee student is accused of posing as a girl on Facebook, tricking at least 31 male classmates into sending him naked photos of themselves and then blackmailing some for sex acts. [Which certainly beats last year's senior prank.]

President Barack Obama warned that failure to act on an economic recovery package could plunge the nation into a long-lasting recession. [Or, as Michael Jackson knows it, a job at IHOP.]

A South Korean grandmother has failed her driving test 771 times. [It's hard to pay attention with all of those cats in the passenger seat.]

A U.S. federal court unsealed drug test results and a recorded conversation about U.S. baseball star Barry Bonds that prosecutors say is evidence the home run king took steroids [and tried to sell a Senate seat].

Fossils from northeastern Colombia reveal a snake as long as a bus and weighing more than 2,500 pounds. [For now scientists have named it the Ford Excursion.]

A Texas teenager has broken a Guitar Hero world record. [For most hours without a life.]


NBC's Ann Curry has landed the first interview will Nadya Suleman, the woman who gave birth to octuplets last week. Suleman was released from the hospital Thursday; her interview airs this morning (Friday) and on Dateline.

... NBC released a few excerpts from the interview. When Curry asks Suleman how an only child ended up with 14 children, the mother responds, "That was always a dream of mine, to have a large family, a huge family, and -- I just longed for certain connections and attachments with another person that I really lacked, I believe, growing up." Suleman explains that in part, she was lacking a "feeling of self and identity. I didn't feel as though, when I was a child, I had much control of my environment. I felt powerless. And that gave me a sense of predictability. Reflecting back on my childhood, I know it wasn't functional. It was pretty -- pretty dysfunctional, and whose isn't? "

It's a done deal. Patrick Swayze, who started shopping around for a book contract last month, has signed to write his life story. The memoir, to be written with his wife, Lisa Niemi, will be published this fall by Atria Books.

Singer Etta James says she was just joking when she told a Seattle concert crowd she "can't stand" Beyoncé and poked fun of President Obama. James tells New York's Daily News, "I didn't really mean anything. Even as a little child, I've always had that comedian kind of attitude. ... That's probably what went into it." But James did admit she was miffed about not being invited to perform her signature song for Obama's first dance with his wife on inauguration night. James was "feeling left out of something that was basically mine, that I had done every time you look around." And while she said she liked Beyoncé's performance, when asked if she thought she could have done better, James answered, "I think so. That's a shame to say that."

For the umpteenth time, a Sex and the City sequel is a go and, yes, the entire cast will return. Another confirmation is expected next month.

Swimmer Michael Phelps also admitted it "definitely wasn't easy" to inform his mother, Debbie, who is a school principal, about the photo of him smoking pot -- and that it reminded him of his 2004 DUI arrest.

NEW IN THEATERS TODAY (click on title of movie to watch the trailor)

• Voice cast: Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, Keith David, Ian McShane
• A young girl (Fanning) walks through a secret door in her new home and discovers an alternate version of her life. On the surface, this parallel reality is eerily similar to her real life -- only much better. But when her adventure turns dangerous, and her counterfeit parents (including Other Mother [Hatcher]) try to keep her forever, Coraline must count on her resourcefulness, determination, and bravery to get back home -- and save her family.

• Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Scarlett Johansson, Justin Long, Jennifer Connelly
• Based on the self-help book of the same name, the plot chronicles the romantic misadventures of several individuals in their twenties and thirties. The common thread is that one person in each relationship is more enamored with the other person than vice versa.

• Steve Martin, Jean Reno, Emily Mortimer, Andy Garcia, Alfred Molina, John Cleese, Lily Tomlin, Jeremy Irons
• Insp. Jacques Clouseau teams up with a squad of International detectives who are just as bumbling as he is. Their mission: Stop a globe-trotting thief who specializes in stealing historical artifacts.

PUSH (PG-13)
• Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning, Camilla Belle, Djimon Hounsou
• This sci-fi action film involves a group of young American expatriates with telekinetic, telepathic, and clairvoyant abilities, hiding from a clandestine U.S. government agency referred to as "Division." They try to find the only woman that ever escaped from "Division". She is their only key to finding out how to escape the agency. They must also use their different talents and band together for a final job enabling them to escape the agency forever.


• Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (on Friday, 2/6)
• Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist
• The Secret Life of Bees
• Zack and Miri Make a Porno

• Becker - The 2nd Season
• Bewitched - The Complete 7th Season
• Night Court - The Complete 2nd Season
• The Partridge Family - The Complete 4th Season

1. Lakeview Terrace
2. Max Payne
3. Pride and Glory
4. My Best Friend's Girl
5. Fireproof
6. Vicky Cristina Barcelona
7. Saw V
8. Pineapple Express
9. Mirrors
10. Righteous Kill

ROMEO TIME.......impress that someone in your life.....let me kick the facts:


Make heart-shaped sugar cookies and frost them with a personalized version of conversation-heart speak.

Text your love every half hour all day.

Order in from your sweetums' favorite pizza delivery place and arrange for the toppings to form a heart.

Wash your lover's hair. It's surprisingly touching, and unless you use very expensive salon shampoo, more or less free.

Look up the nearest Lovers Lane or Inspiration Point where you live. Go there. Take pictures. Make out.

If your relationship is ready for it: How about making a set of keys to your house ... in the color red?

Make every single one of your love's favorite foods.

Are you sleepy check this out i found ways to make things buzz and rock when you wake up DO THIS:


• As soon as the alarm goes off. Drink two 8-ounce glasses of plain water. We all wake up dehydrated and even a 2% reduction in water makes all of your systems work harder – which can cause physical and mental fatigue. So have some water as soon as you wake up.

• Exercise. According to a psychology professor at Santa Clara University in California – exercise activates the whole sympathetic nervous system instantly making you more alert mentally and physically.

• When you take a shower, don't make the water too hot. Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine found that hot showers raise your core body temperature and as you cool off, your brain produces melatonin, signaling that it's time to sleep. Simply making your shower a few degrees cooler will increase alertness.

• If you want to have more energy in the morning have a latte with your breakfast. Not only will you get a dose of caffeine, but the protein and carbohydrates in milk are ideal for fueling the brain and muscles.

SPEAKING of the BRAIN!! The Brain BUSTER this AM was: At any given time, point-7% of Americans have this in common. (They're drunk)

Joke of the DAY from Harold in the Springs....

Two men were digging a ditch on a very hot day. One said to the other, "Why are we down in this hole digging a ditch when our boss is standing up there in the shade of a tree?" "I don't know," responded the other. "I'll ask him." So he climbed out of the hole and went to his boss. "Why are we digging in the hot sun and you're standing in the shade?" "Intelligence," the boss said. "What do you mean, 'intelligence'?" the man said. The boss replies, "Well, I'll show you. I'll put my hand on this tree and I want you to hit it with your fist as hard as you can." The ditch digger took a mighty swing and tried to hit the boss' hand. The boss removed his hand and the ditch digger hit the tree. The boss said, "That's intelligence!" The ditch digger went back to his hole. His friend asked, "What did he say?" The ditch digger said, "He said we are down here because of intelligence." "What's intelligence?" said the friend. The ditch digger put his hand on his face and said, "Take your shovel and hit my hand."

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