Donâ€™t miss Mark Levin on 77 WABC radio every evening between 6:00 and 7:00. Heâ€™s a conservative constitutional lawyer, with a voice that is decidedly un-radio and a viewpoint and personality that are decidedly un-NPR. I often catch him on my way home from work, and on a few occasions I have moved into the right lane to give me more time to listen to the show.
You wonâ€™t be disappointed, unless, of course, you’re a person who purchased Al Franken’s or Hillary’s book, in which case never mind.
Johnny Cash, the legendary â€œMan in Blackâ€ country singer, and John Ritter, one of the stars on the TV Sitcom â€œThreeâ€™s Companyâ€ died today, Cash of complications from diabetes and Ritter of an aortic aneurysm.
I was a fan of Johnny Cash. To me, he always sang right on the edge, sounding like he might go flat any minute, but he never did. I wore out the grooves on the Folsom Prison album. I plan on spending some time listening to his music this weekend.
Truthfully, I was never a huge John Ritter fan, mainly because I was not crazy about the TV programs that made him famous. However, I do seem to recall laughing a bit at â€œThreeâ€™s Company,â€ particularly the segments involving the â€œRopers,â€ and the dopey blond character created by Suzanne Somers. On the occasions that I saw Ritter being interviewed, he seemed like a pretty nice guy. He was too young to die.
FACTOID: Speaking of Suzanne Somers…..
Suzanne Somers and I made our entry onto this planet on the same day. She, however, looks considerably better than I.
Damn, I knew I should have bought one of those Thighmasters.
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