Posts Tagged ‘Television



09
Feb
11

let’s talk

Today Show:

Regis and Kelly:

And here’s the First Lady talking about the first anniversary of Let’s Move:

29
Jan
11

down memory lane…..

2004

28
Jan
11

good morning, america

26
Jan
11

no one’s interested in the state of the union, you know

…well, apart from the 42 million Americans who watched it last night (figures just released). Thirty-one million watched the President’s Tucson speech.

25
Jan
11

an absent friend

This photo provided by the office of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords shows Mark Kelly watching the State of the Union address with Giffords in her hospital room in Houston, Tuesday, Jan. 25

24
Jan
11

rak bama

Here you go Obamalia – Conan O’Brien, 2006

(Sorry for the poor video quality, will try to find better)

23
Jan
11

times past….

11
Dec
10

heads up! light-relief-alert!

‘White House Christmas 2010’ airs Sunday, December 12 on HGTV at 8:00 PM ET/7 Central

With the seasonal splendor of the ‘people’s house’ on full display, HGTV’s popular coverage of the White House Christmas 2010 returns on Sunday, December 12, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Designer Genevieve Gorder will offer viewers an insider’s look at how dozens of volunteers work with the White House staff to implement this year’s decor theme, “Simple Gifts,” a celebration of friends and family, hearth and home—all of the simple pleasures that make the holidays special. In addition, visitors to HGTV.com will see an extensive behind-the-scenes photo gallery of the decorating process, as well as a retrospective of holiday decor at the White House.

The one-hour special features President Barack Obama and his family lighting the National Christmas Tree and highlights the work of nearly 100 volunteers as they adorn the White House in only a few days.

New this year is a Military Appreciation Tree, an idea from the First Lady Michelle Obama that is designed to honor the contributions of America’s military personnel.

Thank you to the legend that is Hachikō – more about the show on the ever wonderful Obama Foodorama

29
Nov
10

flashback ….. surprising facts

May 2008

24
Nov
10

omg

(I know I promised this would be a Failin’ free zone, but you have to hear this – don’t worry, it’s sound only, you won’t have to look at her dimwitted face)

Mediaite: Sarah Palin’s choosing sides in the conflict between North and South Korea–and picking Kim Jong Il?
Couldn’t be. But there she is on Glenn Beck’s radio show saying just that: “This speaks to a bigger picture here that certainly scares me in terms of our national security policy. But obviously we’ve gotta stand with our North Korean allies.”
Beck helpfully corrects her, “South Korean allies.”

The scrambled tongue moment–as that’s surely what Palin will say it was–does bring up a charge made in John Keilemann and Mark Halperin’s book, Game Change, which portrays Palin as dangerously uninformed–a candidate for the vice presidency who didn’t understand that Korea was divided:

She knew nothing. She had to be taken through World War I, World War II, the Cold War, and Palin was not aware there was a difference between North and South Korea. She continued to insist that Iraq was behind 9/11; and when her son was being sent off to Iraq, she couldn’t describe who we were fighting.

Now, in fairness to Sarah Palin, she’s got a lot on her plate right now–a book tour, a reality show, and a daughter who landed in third place on Dancing with the Stars–so remembering arcane international details like which country has a lunatic dictator with nuclear weapons and which one has American troops can be difficult.

Maybe it’s time to make some notes on her palm?

Tonight’s Channel 4 News (Britain):

Today on Sky News (Britain):


New York Daily News poll:

;-)

19
Nov
10

laugh or cry? good choice joe!

Love ya Joe :-)




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