Executive Speech Writing: Corporate, Celebrity, Fundraisers

Monday, March 21, 2011

Hookups in the 10s

This University of Chicago website shows us what evolution has come to.

UChicagoHookups.com

Plain and simple: students who don't mind having sex with other students they don't know hook up here.

Previously, this was a CraigsList.org kind of thing.

Or hookers on some tawdry corner.

Or a bar floosy and disease riddled man swapping fluids.

Or a frat party (or a sorority party).

I wonder if Planned Parenthood is co-owner, or provides "see you soon" coupons.

An article in the Chicago Tribune here: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/ct-talk-huppke-hookup-20110321,0,7363178.story

Time for baseball season, don't you think?

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Real St. Patrick and a Green River

Apparently green rivers weren't what the Real St. Patrick in Ireland had in mind. It seems he was more sober than the cartoon Americans have made him into.

'Get Happy' - House musical performed by Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein [HD]Rahm Emanuel is now Mayor Emanuel, the guy who pulled a Sarah Palin in Washington DC and left his job to chase another one (which is really the same as President Obama, who left Illinois a mess to chase the White House). Chicagoans had to choose whose rear-end they would kiss. With only screw-ups like Carol Mosely Braun on the ballot, the schmucks had no choice.

The new rage is the old rage, and that's the baby laughing while tearing paper video. Expect to get a good laugh in yourself.

The Chicago Code TV show. What do you think? Lots of cliches in there. Teresa Colvin (Jennifer Beals) reminds me as a clone of the Dr. Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein - see the free download: 'Get Happy' - House musical performed by Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein [HD]) character on House. The trouble I have is I don't believe detective Jarek Wysocki (Jason Clarke) would be palsy-walsy with Colvin, or that Colvin would be in the streets so much. The writing does not impress me. I give it one season.

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