I just got back from Japan on Sunday and I'm going to try and tell you about all of the great things I experienced. First, was something I found on Instagram and by far the coolest experience I've had.
I have to apologize, folks, but I have been stuck on the whole Apple thing this week. I was going to get off the subject, but this caught my attention. People are lining up ALREADY to get the new phones!
God broke the mold when he made Sandra Bullock. After everything the Oscar winner has gone through in the last year with her martial problems, Bullock still manages to be stoic and generous amid her personal life.
If you're having trouble understanding the crisis at Japan's damaged nuclear plant, maybe this will help: Someone in Japan made a cartoon about it for children, and compared it to a little kid pooping his pants.
We all want try to be good people and do the right thing. We help out when we can, which sometimes means donating money. But it’s hard to imagine that anyone would take advantage of someone willing to try to help out someone less fortunate. I was alerted to this by the Better Busines…
It is 12:20PM on Monday. I was just leaving the WGNA studios to go home for lunch, when I saw this headline in my email--"Celebrities Tweeting Tasteless Jokes About Japanese Earthquake". I was so burning mad when I read this, I had to do a quick blog