For the life of me, I couldn’t figure out who were all of the Batman Villains while waiting in line for the Batman 3 movie last night. Of course there was The Joker, Penguin and Riddler. Who am I missing? Catwoman?
The original Joker was played by Ceaser Romero in the Batman television series. Jack Nickolson played the Joker in the first Batman movie and now Heath Ledger plays the latest villain.
The original Penguin was played by Burgess Meredith in the TV series and later by Danny Devito in the movie.
Frank Gorshin portrayed the Riddler on TV and Jim Carrey in the movie.
Julie Newmar was the Catwoman in the Batman television series. Machelle Pfeiffer was Catwoman in Batman Returns.
Debbie and Roger Clemens
Did Debbie Clemens take HGH to get ready for the 2003 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit photo? I don’t believe that she did — and if she did — it would not have any effect on her killer body which takes years to obtain.
But there was evidence provided that suggests that HGH may have been around the time of the photo shoot and it is causing additional probing into this Clemens’ fiasco. Now I don’t want to be anal about this, but the NY Daily News reported that,
According to the sources, the timing of the shipment to Clemens’ home coincides roughly with the dates when Clemens’ wife, Debbie, used human growth hormone in preparation for her participation in a pictorial in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
The real issue here is do you believe that Debbie Clemens used HGH or did she get that way from working out hard?
What’s up with Miss USA always tripping and falling on their butt? For a repeat performance, Miss USA, Crystle Stewart tripped at the Miss Universe pageant in Vietnam.
What’s even worse, after slipping on too-long gown, she gets up with great poise and claps. No shame at all.
IMO, the Toyota Prius is one ugly car. I don’t care if it gets 100 MPG or 200 MPG, ugly is ugly. So who cares if Toyota is adding solar panels to power the air conditioner?
As soon as Honda or some other car manufacture introduces a competing hybrid with an ascetically pleasing looks, the sales on the best selling Prius will plummet.
What really bugs me is that there is no mention that the solar panels will recharge the battery while sitting in the parking lot all day long while you’re at work. Now that would be cooler than the air conditioner. Perhaps then I would buy a Prius, especially if I didn’t have to toss my cash down the drain to some oil company.
July 4th, 2008. A time to celebrate the birth of an experiment over two hundred years ago. Of course we celebrate it by gorging ourselves with hamburgers, hot dogs, apple pie, corn on the cob and fireworks and avoid the true sacrifice of Democracy.
Ah… the American Dream of over abundance and shameful indulgence. A bankrupt nation where the rich politicians ship jobs over sea to the lowest bidder. A nation without representation unless you’re a multinational corporation.
Our country will experience the eye-opening fate the Russians experienced the past decade when the “wall came down” only to find that their government lied to them and the sacrifice they paid dearly for a bad experiment in dictatorship.
Like the communists, our government has become the brutal dictatorship we’ve feared that ignores laws set forth over 200 years ago to protect the democracy of the people. How many more wars, torture, and espionage against private citizens of this country before our eyes are opened to the truth that we’re no better than the Soviets.
It will be a painful day when this revelation happens. But before it happens, our leaders will rape and pillage every last ounce of wealth out of the citizens by deflating the dollar and inflating unwarranted oil prices.
It may be a warm July 4th, 2008, but wait until this winter when oil hits $300 per barrel and you can’t afford to heat your home or drive to work. Wait until there are no groceries in the market cause no one can afford to deliver them. Prepare, because this is the Democracy we paid for.
Today is July 4th. A time to celebrate an illusion of democracy with hamburgers, hot dogs, apple pie, corn on the cob. And fireworks, the world has yet to see in modern history.
I’m not worried about the beef recall simply because I don’t eat meat. It was a conscious decision I made over a year ago never to eat beef again. All for the better.
But what about you? Why are you still eating meat when you run the risk of getting E. Coli or even worse, Mad Cow’s Disease?
Just to be fair, we vegetarians had a spinach scare last year, and a recent outbreak on tomatoes. But if you wash your veggies there’s very little risk.
Try that with ground beef. I guess you can burn it to crisp to kill all the critters, but then try eating the piece of leather.
I can’t believe that Peter Cook paid Diana Bianchi $300K to keep her mouth shut. It’s obvious that bribes in whatever form never work. Just say goodbye and go separate ways.
Now they’re both in trouble, Cook with his ex Christy Brinkley and Bianchi with the IRS. (I believe you can receive gifts up to $10K without reporting it.)
You don’t suppose that Diana Bianchi reported the $300K to the IRS do you? Or, perhaps it was a severance package when she parted company.
Today is July 1, 2008 and I know I’m going to break the law. If they don’t get me for smoking on the sidewalk, I’m sure that they’ll get me for talking on my cell phone while driving.
There are so many laws that changed over night that I don’t know what was legal yesterday and what is illegal today.
And so life goes on.
I believe that blogging is still legal in the United States today. But it won’t be for long after the neo-Nazis take away “free” speech and you’re going to forced to listen to government sponsored media.
But one last word and I think you’ll understand why it’s illegal to talk on the cell phone why driving. Have you ever noticed that it’s nearly impossible to understand and hear the conversation while driving? If you can’t, neither can the government.
Enough of the conspiracies for today, happy July 1.