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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Unfinished Business

I'm not comfortable with the sale of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, and I really don't like the proposed stadium re-design, but I will say that it seems to make the best of a bad situation.  Mandalay could do a much better job in fan and media relations.   The new/old stadium looks like something you'd find behind a junior high school in Nebraska.  No offense to the fine people of Nebraska.

Why do newspapers insist on interviewing college professors for political analysis?  All it proves is the professors teaching our kids are hopelessly out of touch with reality.

Keith Olbermann still doesn't get it.  He made a stupid mistake, and he blames his bosses.

I watched "Conan" Monday night on TBS.  The first show was really nothing special, and I do admit that I'm not in Conan's target demographic.

ESPN dumped Jon Miller and Joe Morgan from Sunday Night Baseball after 21 years.  Morgan brought nothing to the table.  Miller is one of the best in the business.  He's been offered a job doing Sunday Night Baseball and the post-season on ESPN Radio.

Why won't the Pennsylvania House of Representatives go back to work?

Most school districts wouldn't have permitted us to go beyond the parking lot.  Mid Valley administration allowed our camera inside the elementary center Monday morning to see the repairs made after a Friday morning fire.  I'm sure seeing the progress helped put parents' minds at ease.

The Dallas Cowboys' problems go far beyond Wade Phillips.

Best resignation line-- ever, was uttered by Gene Shalit.  He's leaving NBC's "Today" after 40 years:  "It's enough already."