By the way, we had electric cars from 1896 to 1930 in this country...
TRACKER: RASMUSSEN: Voters Favor Pay Cuts for
Congress, President Until Budget Is Balanced...I suggested a long
time ago to make them part time...this would be good, too...
Three-Way Race: Romney 34%,
Bachmann 27%, Perry 26%
will fall by the wayside as the primary battle for the 2012 Republican
presidential nomination gets under way. If the race were already down to just the three top candidates, Mitt Romney would still be just slightly ahead.
Investor Confidence Falls to Lowest Level Since March,
I just coined a motto for the Red Cross during this
Alert for blood..."Let Your Bllod Flow" while listening
to "Let Your Love Flow"
by the Bellamy Brothers...
Oh, you never mentioned this: Adds $7 trillion in debt...$32.4
Billion Per Page?
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Stop t: comparing any other event to the Holocaust...it's insulting and WRONG...
- Kelsey Grammer plays a mayor and now he wants to run for one...debt talks send people fleeing from the news...they care, but hearing the words make them turn off...IGNORE THOSE HEADLINES FROM OTHERS BECAUSE THEY STILL HAVE A DEAD HEAT, BUT "COWBOYS" EDGE "SMURFS" IN THE FINAL TALLY FOR WEEKEND..OPRAH has new
motto: I am in charge...no, it's The Next Right Decision.
8.1.1 NOON: "Cowboys" is now pulling ahead AS recount and final tally is
on...it went like this: "Smurfs" was downgraded and "Cowboys" upped a
7.31.1 - Yes, after Paul's show. I'm beat...Wrap it up wanted to
track the odd "Cowboys and Aliens" and guess what happened? As of right now, it's too close to call as to who won the weekend between
"Cowboys" and "Smurfs." Who would have thought that? A 3D blue thing with characters long thought dead in my mind emerge like a boil on the behind.
1. "Cowboys and Aliens" - $36. 2 million/now, $36.5 million
2. "Smurfs" - $36. 2 million/now $35.6 million
3. "Captain America" - $24.9 million
SOURCE: Box Office Mojo
Notes: Before I jump all over the Smurfs again, please note that "Harry" has now gone over $1 billion worldwide. I seldom talk about the world take because of the headaches involved. I concentrate on North America BO, because that is fresh enough for me. My top lists usually focus on that as do the above one, etc. As for "Captain America" it dropped roughly 62 percent in its second week but when I noted the "Harry" drop last week, it took almost a week for others to realize it was huge.
Come on. So huge it was the biggest second week drop in movie history. To me, "Crazy, Stupid, Love" can drop the Crazy and Love
and just use Stupid. I can now declare "Larry Crowne" as a dud for this year, while "Super 8" and "Bridesmaids" as pleasant and box office surprises. I want "Harry" to get a Best Picture nomination and I want one for "Super 8" as well. Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" continues to impress despite not yet arriving in 500 theaters. Get ready Oscar nomination for him and the film.
8.1.1: 4:30 p.m. - Trans Air headed out of Quad Cities airport due to fuel and economic reasons, they said in a statement
released today (effective Jan. 1); $6 million kicked back into their economy after the Bix; Can it be too warm for "widespread" rain in a region to occur?
JUST IN 2:44 P.M. 8.1.11 - BLAGO SENTENCING IS OCT. 6...BREAKING (AH, C-SPAN, non funded by us but gets the job done) 6:16 P.M. -
HOMELAND REVIEW: State Department
to begin tracking its personnel
The U.S. State Department will soon
* Let's see, government bails out two auto companies and now, sure, let's raise the mileage per gallon limit...that smells to me...