thoughts about important things, like stupid golfers and white house crashers (testing out this Windows Live blogger software)

So, Tiger Woods got slapped around, chased away, only to crash his car into a tree. It is none of our business, but if he was poor, and on an episode of Cops, we would feel like it is.  Domestic violence – man on woman, or woman on man – is a serious issue, no matter how many times you can bounce a golf ball on a wedge.

I don’t care so much, but it does seem extremely stupid (arrogant? no way. okay, maybe) of Tiger Woods to put off the police. Apparently, he has no legal obligation to talk to them, but it is a PR nightmare if he doesn’t. And it won’t help the rumors. Be like Tiger next time you run over a mailbox, and hit a tree and are found in and out of consciousness. I’m sure the police will respect your privacy and let you issue a statement rather than answer a few direct questions.

What else? I can’t believe how much coverage was given to that stupid couple that snuck into the President’s first state dinner. Yeah, they broke the rules and the Secret Service blew it, but all day long the news covers these two dopes as if they climbed the gates to the White House and raided the bar.  I think the press is obsessed with it because they didn’t think of it first.

that’s it – just posting to try this new software.

NBC’s David Gregory says “you’re in my seat, losers!” to Olbermann and Matthews

Stretch to the rescue!
Stretch to the rescue!

Today, dork reporter David Gregory came in to his house after a few games of hoops, a game tall people play, and he gets a phone call:

NBC/MSNBC: Hey, David, this is your boss.

David Gregory: What’s up? And call me ‘Stretch,’ like the Prez, please.

NBC/MSNBC: We’re moving the idiots.

David Gregory: You’re getting rid of Matt and Meredith?

NBC/MSNBC: No. The other ones.

(brief silence)

David Gregory: I’m at a loss. Which ones?

NBC/MSNBC: Olbermann and Matthews – but just from prime time news coverage on this election stuff. They still have their shows.

David Gregory: That’s cool. Whatever. I get to sit in the big chair, right? Next to Brokaw and Williams?

NBC/MSNBC: Yes. But there’s one thing.

David Gregory: What is it?

NBC/MSNBC: You have to call David Shuster every morning to wake him up. Scarborough says the dude is lazy.


Hardballer Chris Matthews just got pwned by Stretch
Keith Olbermann just cares too much. Sigh.
Keith Olbermann's biggest fault? He just cares too much.