Random questions for the day:
-At first, I was really disappointed in reading an anti-Imus article quoting some extremely ignorant professors. But then I realized, dude. The professors they quoted were from the American Studies and (Heaven forbid) the anthro/sociology departments, where, traditionally, the political views range from "Chavez" to "Stalin." Seriously, Newsday, why can't you interview professors from the economics or engineering departments?
-If I disagree with the National Organization for Women, does that make me...a man?
-Am I the only one who sees the hilarious irony in free speech being suppressed...by journalists?
- What in the world is going on in Wednesday's show summary of Curtis and Kuby? One explanation is that the show summaries are sponsored by Nissan, so perhaps this is just poorly translated from Japanese:
The big story on the show today was the fact that Fred Thomson participated in his first debate yesterday. Fred Thomas started off slow but by the end of the debate he made his presence felt. Both Ron and Curtis agreed that even though Fred Thomas’s performance was not spectacular, he performed well enough and did not make any mistakes.
Apparently Fred Thompson was so boring in the GOP debates that people can't even remember his name.
And I REALLY don't know what to make of the next excerpt:
There is an ordinance in Westchester county that is purposing that adults will have to wear helmets when they ride bicycles just like their children have to. Ron was very surprised that Curtis was in favor of the ordinance. Curtis, who has experienced lots of head trauma, believes that helmets are important & would certainly help prevent injuries.
Good to know...