Wednesday, December 14, 2005

I wonder as I wander

Goings-on in today's world that leave me with unanswered questions:
  • Former President Gerald Ford returned to work today after a brief health setback earlier in the week sent him to the hospital.

    Work? What kind of work does a 92-year-old former President do?

  • I haven't seen it yet, but...

    Did Peter Jackson's remake of King Kong really need to be 188 minutes long?

  • Actor Lillo Brancato Jr., who used to play mobster Matt Bevilacqua on The Sopranos, faces murder charges in the death of a New York City police officer.

    Did Lillo not get the memo that it's just a TV show?

  • Bob Dylan just signed to work as a DJ on XM Satellite Radio.

    Hey, Bob: How does it feel?

    Hey, XM: Are you going to provide online subtitles, so listeners have a clue what Dylan is saying?

  • Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced the other day that he doesn't believe the Holocaust actually occurred; that the murder of six million by Nazi Germany is a "myth" constructed by the Western world to justify the creation of a Jewish state in the Middle East in 1948.

    A myth? Hasn't he ever seen the opening scene of X-Men?

3 insisted on sticking two cents in:

Blogger Lynda offered these pearls of wisdom...

I love your posts. I should make my blog just say, "See SwanShadow"

8:07 PM  
Blogger SwanShadow offered these pearls of wisdom...

Aw, Lynda... you're too kind. And I don't have any unanswered questions about that!

8:47 PM  
Anonymous Donna offered these pearls of wisdom...

Uncle Swan I'm your biggest fan. You rock! A day without Uncle Swan is like a day without sunshine!

11:22 AM  

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