Also, Orrin, assuming you are talking to me, I have no idea what you are talking about.
But still, Pennsylvania, buddy, let me apologize again. Also, Pennsylvania, I would like to apologize for the Steel Industry going south, for industry leaving Philly, and for Norman Braman dismantling the early 1990s Eagles, with Reggie White, Clyde Simmons, et. al. My bad. I just thought we had to hold a line on free agency.
Latest update is that it still doesn't look like he is switching. So far the only thing confirmed is Dems control the committees. But, the PA Speaker totally controls the agenda and schedule, so, this would still be a big deal.
The Office is the one show I will pretty much do anything not to miss. (Well, that, and the fact that I was considering not taking a night class in school cause it conflicted with Lost. But, just those two.)
Anyway, the Office. My kind of humor- sarcastic, weird, mean and with a lot of uncomfortable silences.
When watching the Shame of the City, keep in mind a couple things:
1)Its hero, Sam Katz, was found guilty of swindling his business partners out of 2 million dollars. He is not exactly a saint.
2)Another star, Brien Tierney, is the GOP operative who bought the Inquirer, and is now trying to squeeze local reporters even more, and threatening more layoffs.
3)Mike Nutter, while seemingly a good guy, was toasted last night by the Chester County Chamber of Commerce (fresh off their ringing endorsement of Santorum) as someone who "gets it," probably due to his strident advocacy for corporate tax cuts in the City. Generally, whatever a regressive Chamber wants me to "get," I send the other way.