1. I think Charlie Sheen has a great lawsuit against his former employee for breach of contract and a spectacular case for a breach of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Sad... But true!
2. With all this rain, I think building an ark just may end up being a good idea.
3. Is it time to forgive Tiger Woods. It's amazing how many people started watching golf or playing because of Woods. Much like Mike Tyson and boxing. Can't remember the last fight I watched that didn’t feature Tyson.
4. The PA Liquor Control Board is think selling bottles of liquor in kiosks in supermarkets… Now that I no longer own a bar! Seriously... grocery shopping IS a pain but easier access to booze? Do we really need that?
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5. Looks like EVERYONE was celebrating the Osama bin Laden’s killing
6. Since I touched on the Royal Wedding… What was with those hats??? Do they break all the mirrors before a Royal Wedding?
7. The “May 21, 2012 Judgment Day” is came and went… I actually got a letter in the mail asking me to “Save the Date” Hmmm… Who are these people???
8. With the new Judgment Day (October 21st) coming up I’m wondering if we all have our priorities straight… An Abbeville, South Carolina man was on his way to get a haircut, when he ran out of gas. He ends up walking the rest of the way into town for that haircut and rather than get gas, he buys a lottery ticket. The scratch-off ticket he bought ended up being a $200,000 winner. Bet he’s hoping the zealots are wrong!
9. Many of us know that when a land developer wants to build houses, the scariest thing is to find bog turtles, some protected flower or artifacts. Those things can stop you dead in your tracks… UNLESS you’re digging for natural gas in the Marcellus Shale region. Turns out an excavation at a Westmoreland County (Pennsylvania) site once occupied by Monongahela Indians produced abundant evidence of two villages and allowed researchers to piece together the violent end of the later settlement at the hand of invaders who sacked it, massacred its inhabitants and burned houses and food stores but when researchers returned they found a drill rig and catchment basin sitting on half the village. Turns out that while we don’t even tax those drilling companies for what they pull from the ground, Pennsylvania's laws offer little or no protection for archaeological resources. So maybe if all you land developers (those of you still left) keep a drill rig handy you can bypass all that red-tape while you dig out those pesky bog turtles, protected flowers and artifacts.
10. Central PA has some amazingly generous people. I want to thank you all for making Jump Street’s 10th Annual Derby Day Fundraiser a huge success. We have even hit the Washington DC social scene!
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