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I wonder why I’m thinking of weddings today? I don’t know why the blog software says I posted this on April 28th. I posted it at about 1:00 AM on the 29th.
How can anybody seriously say that Prince William’s marriage to Kate Middleton is the “wedding of the century” when the century is only a little over ten-years old?
I’m sorry, but I just can’t picture William and Kate and all their royal friends doing the electric slide. Can you? And if they don’t do it, are they considered officially married?
I’m thinking that catching at least a glimpse of “THE WEDDING” today will be unavoidable (even if you’re not interested, and I’m not) if you’re anywhere near a TV. What do you think?
Last week, on NBC Nightly News, Brian Williams showed a darling snapshot of our President as a child with his mother. In it, he was dressed in a pirate costume. Williams said that President Obama is the first former pirate to be elected President. How does he know that? Perhaps there’s an historic photo of another President in a pirate costume. And what about all the Presidents who served before photography was invented?
Are there any rules for pushing a shopping cart around the supermarket? Are you supposed to try to block the intersections of all the aisles? Is the objective to run head-on into any cart coming in the other direction?
If you want to join the mile-high club, does being in Denver, CO, or Laramie, WY, count?