Bonehead Tip of the Day: To convince your peers and those who just like you a little, estimate things for the year 2030 - - and be very angry about it. Demand change right now without regard of anything else. It's for the future generations, we all know, but come on, be realistic.
- In the next 100 years the oceans will drown some major cities.
- When using a weather estimate be sure to cite that "it's the worst ever." Nobody cares that "ever" means record keeping only. Pretty sure that Noah flood was the worst ever.
- If things go exactly as they are right at this very moment, we will all have an ingrown toenail by 2012.
- It's always bad things. Why not look at a positive estimate of the future once in a while?
The List: The List: Early January releases.
1. "Season of the Witch"
2. "Country Strong" - Wide release. Gets a limited run this month.
Right under the wire for year's end:
1. "Blue Valentine" gets a wide release Dec. 29. Michelle Williams as Oscar nominee? Still has a NC-17.
2. "Another Year"
3. "Rabbit Hole" - Buzz for Nicole Kidman gets a wider release.
Trivia: In reality, the Coriolis Effect has very little, if any, effect (had to use that word), on a bathtub or sink drain. They simply are not big enough unless you used William Howard Taft's bathtub. A custom in the past was to send Vinegar Valentines to people you didn't like. The hagfish will bore into a dead carcass and live there. Just wanted to use that item because of dead carcass. I could say that all day and just might. A headache cure? Try skunk. I mean a smell you like. What, no skunk for you? A giraffe cannot cough.
Closer: Critics agree. Huh? They didn't ask me. Wonder why. I do live in the Midwest.