– Seems like Alaska was not big enough for Sarah Palin. Cannot help wondering what might be.
– Buehrle’s No-No: What a perfect ending to a perfect game!
– Never have the words been truer: “Summer will be gone before we know it.”
– Is it still too early for Michael sightings? Conspiracies to follow?
– The Hubble telescope has been worth every million (aka penny) spent on it.
– I wish I had Lance Armstrong’s legs – or just his knees.
– Downtown Evanston on a summer’s evening is a delicious treat.
– Can hardly wait for the surprises Pat Fitzgerald’s NU Wildcats have in store for us.
– Wish there were a video of the altercation between Professor Gates and Sgt. Crowley. We might, all of us, learn much from seeing it.
– Aren’t those anti-aging ads oxymoronic?
– If the Supreme Court adds another Catholic, should we call the Chief Justice “Your Holiness?”
– We might not have that obesity problem if we were all daily newspapers. Because of the economy and even more seriously, the Internet, they are becoming more anorexic every day.
– The Cubbies are doing it again, at least at the moment: filling the balloon of our hopes to the point of – what else? – bursting,
– The Burr Oaks Cemetery scam has given new meaning to the word obscenity. Have been wondering where in the world are the Waldos who perpetrated it.
– Am I the only one who thinks Hollywood is making more comic books than real movies lately and that special effects are becoming as predictable as “Bam!” “Pow!” “Ka-Boom!”?
– Barry Bonds? Roger Clemens? Sammy Sosa? Are they simply yesterday’s news, or did steroids never happen to baseball?
– Finally, from what I am hearing from the Talking Heads on TV, radio commentators, and reading in e-mails and op-ed pieces, I hope our President has read every word of the health-care reform bill currently before Congress.