Monday, April 9, 2012
It went up yesterday. Yesterday did not serve up a new episode of "The Good Wife."
I did finish streaming "Being Human" (US version) on Netflix. Season 1. That was pretty great, wasn't it?
I like all three of the characters, the ghost, the vampire and the werewolf. I was really shocked when the little boy that died was brought back (as a vampire) but I probably should have seen that. Nothing prepared me for the big sit-down with the elder vampires from Amish land who get their heads cut off (all but one).
I then watched the British version (the original) season 1. The best thing about the British version was that the ghost could be seen by some humans (pizza delivery guy). And she was able to do more physically. But I prefer the American version.
Let me note the political race. Oliver Knox ("Yahoo News") reports:
And Messina mocked Romney's attack as "a little difficult when he's shopping for car elevators" -- a knock on the presumptive Republican presidential nominee's plans to include one in a beachfront California home.
I don't know if that's a smart move for Barack.
If I was Mitt and that was said, I think I'd shoot back, "Do we want to talk about houses? I'm fine with talking about houses. I paid for my own houses. I didn't need to get a 'friend' to buy the adjoining land so I could buy the house and my 'friend' didn't end up being a felon."
(Barack couldn't afford the mansion he bought in Chicago. They were selling the property and lot as one. He got Tony Rezko to buy the land. Big Tony made the owners an offer they couldn't refuse.)
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"