Friday, May 11, 2012
I agree with Mitt Romney, we all do wacky, experimental and flat out dumb things in high school. Our behavior, heavily influenced by peer pressure, has not fully matured.
This is where Mitt and I veer off on different roads:
His treatment of a vulnerable schoolmate was not just a foolish prank -- it was a life scarring trauma. It was cruel, sadistic and extreme behavior on so many levels.
- Athletes criticizing Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels for intentionally hitting Washington Nationals Bryce Harper.
- Los Angeles Clipper Blake Griffin for complaining about hard fouls on him.
Cole Hammels plunks Bryce Harper:
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Why the campaign to stop America's obesity crisis keeps failing -- says not so fast. Eating less and engaging in more physical activity does have enormous health benefits:
Monday, May 7, 2012
Now that I got that out my system:
I was surfing around the net this past weekend; and you know how you find one thing that links to another link?
As I surfed, I stumbled upon a video on Youtube that rocked my world. It appears as if King's friend, cohort and fellow civil rights patriot is confessing, via Freudian slip, about his role as a co-conspirator in the assassination of Martin Luther King.
Check it out and let me know if what you think? Is he confessing or misspeaking?