May 24, 2004

Another Sign The Country's Going To Hell

Me: You'll be happy to know that the Presidential address tonight is not being carried by the major networks because of sweeps. So they won't preempt The Swan finale.
Her: We just suck as a country don't we?
Me: Yup.

Posted by Chris at May 24, 2004 06:48 PM
Comments

Still... which do you honestly think is more interesting?

The Swan, or Bush?

Posted by: Tek at May 24, 2004 07:17 PM

I was going to say something, but I was so overcome by nausea that I lost my train of thought. I won't say which nauseated me most -BUSH or THE SWAN.

Posted by: HR Lady at May 24, 2004 08:08 PM

Hope Tek is your friend, because it's not mine.

Posted by: Hamitsky at May 24, 2004 08:58 PM

Oh, that is GREAT!! (Not necessarily the part about the TV stations not wanting to interrupt sweeps, but that the President's speech isn't important enough to warrant them doing it.) Maybe theose TV stations are smarter than we think! :) I can get any relevant updates from his speech when I go online later (if there ARE any, that is).

Zan

Posted by: Zandria at May 24, 2004 09:28 PM

To Hell-in-a-hand-basket as they say.

Posted by: Ginny at May 25, 2004 12:02 AM

I don't even know what The Swan is. But I'm sure, if I were home, I wouldn't have payed attention to the address anyway. Talk about a yawn-a-minute.

Posted by: Tjej at May 25, 2004 03:45 AM

I think this is what he said "there will be dangerous situations before, during and after the new Iraqi governement settles in". Wow. Who would have thought that? *shrug*
I wonder who writes his speeches.

Now I have to do some work, before, during and after I get some coffee.

Posted by: Sweety at May 25, 2004 03:52 AM

You know, regardless of if you like the president or not it's still good to know what he's doing (or wants to tell us that he's doing). I think it's sad that they would choose to air a show about women who are trying to make peace with themselves through plastic surgery instead of airing a presidential speech.

Posted by: Nicole at May 25, 2004 12:43 PM