GROUP 2B - 9,220 / 9,220 (100%) users invited back [last: ] Discuss

Msnbc @ MindSay


A Gentle Reminder: December 14th
Of course, I completely forgot to "remind" everyone that Dear Zachary would be playing December 7th, and unfortunately it has passed:

However, per the Dear Zachary website, it will be airing again on MSNBC at 4PM EST:

From Yahoo TV:
1:00pm - 3:00pm, MSNBC (209)
Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father

This astounding and captivating piece of filmmaking is documentarian Kurt Kuenne s quest to bring a man back to life. The subject was his best friend,…

Once again, here is the website if you need more info:   

I encourage you to watch it as it was a well-made film and provoked an emotional response.

Here is IMDB's link to the MSNBC info:

Sun. Dec. 14 4:00 PM MSNBC    


Vacation: Day 4

Ah, I finally get to sleep in as long as I wont, and my eyes wont stay shut after 10 am , so after laying there for another hour, I decided to get up. Ugh... why?!


After getting up, and parked my but in front of the TV and turned on my PS2 for a little madden football action. Of course I end up losing my game by 5 points. Ugh. After that loss, I turned off the video game, and tuned into the Olympic coverage. Which is still on my TV. Right now its on channel MSNBC till 5 PM. Then I will be switching to another one of the NBC channels. The only other program on TV tonight, that I know of, is bones, but that's not till 8 PM.


Needless to say its been a rather boring day so far. As I write this, its starting to thunderstorm outside. Guess it wasn't a good day to do things outside after all. Glad I didn't waste my time washing my car or something. It's gonna be a rather boring night I guess.


So, what has the boredom got me doing? Humm... Oh, I put a diecast car , the Dale Earnhardt foundation , black #3 Chevy Monte Carlo , 1/24 th scale , in a clear and oak display box that I had in the closet. I found a spot for it on one of the stand out in the living room, after I cleaned the junk off that spot. Then clean the dust, polished  and polished the stand, lol. So, that's out there now.


Humm, what else is there to do around here? Umm, probably dust my room, that be a good idea, haven't done that since last week. Yes, its a weekly chore, that I like. What else... I dunno, really I don't.


~ Guess that concludes this entry Smiley


There are no words that describe the passion and truth this Special Comment has
Please See This Video.
 10-18-06 just over one year ago MUST SEE
There are no words that describe the passion and truthful statements that this has.


Keith Olbermann looks once again at proof that the world’s last remaining superpower
 is being run by a petulant child prone to hissy fits and temper tantrums when he doesn’t
get his way. on Tuesday’s Countdown.


Right now, I think we have someone who needs a time out.

Mika Brzezinski is my newest hero...



This made me smile.  A lot.


CBS Fires Imus
Don Imus' racist remarks got him fired by CBS on Thursday, the finale to a stunning fall for one of the nation's most prominent broadcasters.

Imus was initially suspended for two weeks after he called the Rutgers women's basketball team "nappy-headed hos" on the air last week. But outrage kept growing and advertisers kept bolting from his CBS radio show and its MSNBC simulcast, which was canceled Wednesday.

I don't know how I feel about this.  Imus' comments were definitely out of line, and I do think he should've received a lengthy suspension (longer than 2 weeks) but we do have the freedom of speech in this country.  I don't know if people should be fired for something that they say, but there should definitely be consequences.


Showing 1 - 5.   [ Next ]
Latest Comment
Re: - Are your periods ever painful or just heavy flow? If so, have you ever thought you may have…


My Account Inbox
Account Settings
Lost Password?
Blog Publish New Entry
Edit Old Entries
Customize Design
Community Inbox
Your Profile
MindSay Tags
Inside MindSay About MindSay
MindSay and RSS
© 2003- MindSay Interactive LLC
| Terms of Service
| Privacy Policy