Daily quick hits on topical oddities in pop culture, news and sometimes even sports...
This isn't right. Now we find out poor Ernesto is being shamed by other hurricanes. At a party last night Wilma called Ernesto a "pansy" and all of the others roared laughter. Except Ivan, who was passed-out-drunk.
Sad news Wednesday night for those who believed the Marlins would end the season on a 40-game winning streak.
I don't think The Herald has enough football special sections in today's paper. I stopped counting at around 437. Remember how you tossed around the football with your son in the backyard the other day? We have a special section on that.
Answer: Desperately broke Mike Tyson, 40, being paid to work out in a ring in the middle of a casino at the Alladin on the Vegas strip. Question: How would you define 'pathetic'?
Reasons to Fear Flying, No. 683.
Next time you are making a mental list of the biggest longshots in history, please save a spot for Charles Barkley running for governor of Alabama.
Civil rights leader Andrew Young is being sued by a group of Korean-American grocers for remarks lamenting that so many small stores in inner-city black neighborhoods are not black-owned. Evidently somebody told the Korean grocers that America had quietly done away with free speech.
Pink has recorded the opening music for NBC Sunday Night Football. Makes sense. You think football, you think Pink.
Sorry. No disrespect meant. But when I read that Florida International's Keyonvis Bouie and Antwan Barnes are "possibly the state's top [college] linebackers," the question is begged: Then ... why are they at FIU!?