I don't have the clear mind to write a real post. Meanwhile, here's what's been happening on the TV.
There's been some real news in the world, like an escalating war in Afghanistan, and Biden admitting the government is just throwing money away, and hundreds dead in China for who-knows-what (something about--well, it's a very offensive term for white people who pretend to be black people, something like that), and a military coup next door, and the woman who could have been President gave a speech about basketball. But according to the news channels, nothing came close to the news that Michael Jackson was still dead.
Seriously, all news channels giving us the entire live broadcast of the memorial with hours of post-memorial commentary. And God help me, I turn to Fox News out of desperation, and they have a story about parents of a soldier who died in Iraq the same day Michael Jackson died, and the parents are upset that no one even talks about dead soldiers anymore.
And I have to admit Fox News has finally got something right. (even though Fox News is guilty of pushing this country into this war in the first place, but that's kinda beside the point).
And Caillou. What the fuck is up with him? Why is he bald? Is he sick? Shit drives me crazy. Oh, it's actually the first question on caillou.com FAQ page. I guess I'm not alone after all.
And going back to Michael Jackson. MSNBC, every time you talk about him you're going to bring out this tool? His name is Toure. There's supposed to be a little whatchamacallit line above the E, but who gives a fuck. Toure, you missed a button. And who died and left you with no last name, wanker?
Going back to Sprout Channel, how great are the Pajanimals?
Speaking of True Blood, I got someone here who Googled "Is Alexander Skarsgard gay?" For the record, I don't know.
And then I turn to one of them Nickelodeon channels, and I start watching this hideous cartoon about monsters or something, and I'm thinking about the way childrens' TV nowadays is destroying the minds of a generation, and how in my day things were different, but then I realize it's the funniest thing I've ever seen. I couldn't find it on the TV schedule now, but there are TV episodes here.