In case you missed it this past week:
-The world survived an entire 24 hours without Wikipedia.
-Jodie Sweetin from "Full House" turned 30, and is currently shacking up with some guy after two divorces, but plans to keep living with him outside the covenant of marriage until homosexuals are given the right to "marry" as well. Meanwhile, two lovely young ladies on the Anderson Cooper show were lambasted by the host and the audience for pledging to remain pure until marriage and stating that their dad is a role model for them. Silly girls. How dare they honor God and flaunt Biblical values on national television? Don't they know that other kids might be watching?
-The President sang an Al Green song, and the First Lady shouted, "Give Me Gibby!" on ICarly.
-Featured dishes on the "Today" Show Saturday morning: Cajun stuffed pig stomach, geoduck and raccoon. As Dave Barry would say, I am not making this up. Weekend anchors always draw the short straw, don't they?
-Paula Deen announced she has diabetes, but by golly it's okay because she's getting paid for it!
-Heidi Klum and Seal are divorcing. I didn't even know they were married.
-Who is Heidi Klum, anyway?
-98% of Facebook users still don't know the difference between "your" and "you're," or "there," "their," or "they're." I know. I counted. So their.
-And last but not least: Jon Bon Jovi is the new spokesman for Advil. FINALLY... a story I can relate to! Perhaps good ol' planet earth isn't about to spin its crazy self right out of the cosmos yet.
I guess they're's hope yet.