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It's the craziness you tell your neighbors about!
I couldn't help but wonder today if we spend more time talking about things that aren't important, and not enough time talking about the things that are important.
You might remember all the talk after the Alabama-Notre Dame game when Brent Musburger was extremely complimentary of the former Miss Alabama USA, Katherine Webb. All of the talk shows went on and on with talking heads making comments laced with feelings from surprise to outrage.
Well, last night Brent Musburger signed off his college basketball broadcast by commenting that one of his colleagues on the broadcast, Holly Rowe was "smokin' hot tonight." I tend to believe that he was thumbing his nose at all the media attention he received from his comments in the National Championship football game.
I guess my point is that hours of airtime both on radio and TV have been devoted to this. In the scheme of life, is it really that important? Even the former Miss Alabama said she wasn't offended in the least by Brent's comments. Why don't we just move on then? I guess it's the world we live in. Your thoughts welcome below.
How cool is this? Harris Easterday who works in our Promotions Department shot me this tonight.
Luke Bryan has signed on to co-host the Academy of Country Music Awards with Blake Shelton. The show is April 7th at the Grand Garden Arena at the MGM Hotel in Las Vegas and will be televised on CBS. Get more info at www.acmcountry.com
Smile, we came from a different era!
When I came in to work today, the Security Guard felt like rolling off a couple of jokes he had heard. One of them I thought was pretty funny considering the year the Cowboys have had. Jerry Jones has asked Tony Romo to be a pallbearer at his funeral....so he can let him down one more time!
I should add that I pull for the Panthers, and we didn't have anything to brag about this year either.
One thing I dislike about the holidays is looking back over the previous year and being reminded of people who have passed on. They might be entertainers, world leaders, or someone who was a name for just a brief period in our lives.
Today, Norman Schwarzkopf passed away. Known for his temper, he was nicknamed "Stormin' Norman." He led the U. S. A.'s attack of Kuwait which was known as Desert Storm.
I remember very well where I was when it was announced to the world that we had invaded Iraq and Kuwait. I was at the Silver Fox which was on Wade Hampton Boulevard as part of a promotional appearance.
The Silver Fox is gone and now is a field of weeds. I'd be curious to know where you were when we invaded Kuwait with Norman Schwarzkopf leading our troops? Comment below.