The groundhog crawled out of his hole today and predicted six more weeks of Oscars hype.
Here in New York City, no one really cares about Groundhog Day. We’ve got rats bigger than that.
There’s a Burger King down in Miami where you can go and get a Whopper and a beer. That should bring in the Valentine’s Day crowd.
Actor Rip Torn apparently got really drunk and mistook the neighborhood bank for his couch. He thought he was breaking into his house, and it turned out that it was a bank. Who hasn’t made that mistake?
Today is Groundhog Day, the day of the year when all the men in the world that wear top hats get together.
The animal rights group PETA has asked that they replace Punxsutawney Phil with a robot groundhog. You create one robot groundhog, before you know it, they take over the planet, you have to send people back in time to exterminate them, and then we have no governor any more.
On Sunday, the 52nd annual Grammy Awards were held. Beyonce set a record, winning 743 Grammys.
The Oscar nominations were announced today. The Best Actor nominees include George Clooney for “Up in the Air,” Jeremy Renner for “The Hurt Locker”, and President Obama for the “State of the Union.”
I read in The New York Times that the Obama administration is planning huge changes to President Bush’s “No Child Left Behind” law. The new law will be called “Let’s Face It, Some Kids Are Just Duds.”
An 8-year-old cat in Britain just became the world’s first cat to have an artificial knee replacement. Vets say the cat should be up and doing nothing in no time.
Police in Indiana are searching for a man who robbed a tobacco store with a pair of scissors. They said the guy could be a real danger — unless you have a rock.