Favorites and not so much

Favorites for the week's end:

- The 1-2:30 a.m. Roast of William Shatner on Comedy Central. Good stuff, though completely unedited language.

- Two plead not guilty to Boston hoax charges.

From fellow blogger Wonkette in D.C.:
The harmless cartoon Lite Brite thingies might just be harmless cartoon Lite Brite thingies, but the prosecutor still has to be very tough and extra-crazy in such a terroristic situation: “Assistant Attorney General John Grossman called the light boards ‘bomblike’ devices and said that if they had been explosive they could have damaged infrastructure and transportation in the city.”
Yes, and if prosecutors were actually barrels of shit wrapped in dynamite, courthouses around the country could be severely damaged and extremely unhygienic.

NFL bans churches from holding Super Bowl parties, and the shameless lawyers are sending cease and desist letters. Warning: no watching on TVs bigger than 55 inches. This should be a fun PR nightmare for this greedy league.

Star headline from Friday: "Judge: Couple qualifies for stupidity defense." Check it out.

Spring is near, the good little groundhog says. (Clap, cheer!) We love you, Phil. And in honor, Groundhog Day the movie was on at least twice on different stations - classic. Bye bye Old Man Winter!


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