Everyone is entitled to be stupid, but some abuse the privilege.
It’s Fat Tuesday.
It’s also Super Tuesday, on which date two dozen states are holding preliminary elections for their choice of candidates to run for the Presidency. If you’re a winning politician, perhaps it’s Phat Tuesday.
New York is still basking in the afterglow of Sunday’s Superbowl win. The oft-fabled “Superbowl Indicator” on Wall Street, however, was debunked in short order by yesterday's 108-point bust in the Dow.
Roger Clemens steps up to a different mound today, giving a sworn deposition to attorneys for Congress…they should have sold tickets to that. His comments are sure to be impassioned, if nothing else. Maybe Roger the Rocket will be inspired to make a pitch for a Congressional seat.
Bobby Knight is leaving Texas Tech…going to open a furniture store in Lubbock. specializing in lite-weight chairs… Not.
Farmers, State Farm, and All State want to raise your auto insurance up to 12%...based upon anticipated losses. That’s a little bass-ackwards. Try asking your boss for a raise based upon anticipated additional expenditures you’d like to make…
Meanwhile, we continue to become acclimated to our new surroundings at The BizRadio Broadcasting Complex & Deli.
Buddy looks like he’s settled in pretty well.
If you missed it, in Houston we’re now found at 1110 on the AM-dial.
Still getting calls from people wondering “where we went.”
Maybe we'll send Bobby Knight over to retune your Radio!