Scope it, as in Horoscope: The words separation of church and state are not in the Constitution. So, enjoy Christmas my friends.
Bonehead Tip of the Day: All that Census information that was promised to be kept private hits this week. We know who you are, where you are, how much you make and what you like. And this is not Wikileaks.
The List: weekend BO.
1. "Tron: Legacy" - $43.6 million
2. "Yogi Bear" - $16.7 million
3. "Chronicles of Narnia" - $12. 4 million
Source: Box Office Mojo
Notes: Wow. Ouch. What happened? That would be my question for the movie "How Do You Know?" However, I may want to ask the same question about "Tron" in reverse. Not a bad start for this, well, movie, I guess."The Fighter" gets a jolt from its Globes and SAG nominations no doubt. "Black Swan" continues to impress despite the low theater count thus far. Let's wait and see how next week goes with "Yogi" and "Tron" to gauge its legs. It seems like "Yogi" is more of a family film while "Tron" is a video game. I would opt for neither of them.
Trivia: Millard Fillmore didn't have a vice president. Neither did John Tyler. Or Andrew Johnson. Wait, here's another one - - Chester A. Arthur. Timbuktu was a center for trade and learning in 1230. That's why the name gets tossed around at times. Does anybody really know how many muscles the human body has? Does anybody really know what time it is? Huh? Earth is one big giant magnet, which is why it's stuck to my refrigator. Meanwhile the Earth bulges at the middle. Too much starch. Until 1973, baseballs were covered in horse hide.
Closer: For those who want to boot Jesus out and replace him with a winter holiday, go to work on Santa, too. He was a saint and a bishop.