Welcome back. How's your weekend going? It's a rainy Sunday here, and fortunately I completed all of my errands that involved going outside yesterday, so I think BDH, Little Buddha, the Clutter Tree and I are just going to enjoy a quiet day at home today. What's your plan?
Oh, and you may have noticed that we've changed the look around here. It seemed like a good time to shake things up a bit and make things a little brighter in here. What do you think? Drop us a line with your comments. In the meantime, BDH and Little Buddha just finished the coffee, so help yourself to a nice medium DD, and let's clear out some Clutter.
Spring training is over, so before the season begins tomorrow, here's a quick review of the 2014 Boston Red Sox. Last year was a blast, but this team is ready to turn the page and start a new adventure tomorrow. Can't wait. However, there's already a little concern, as outfielder Shane Victorino is going to have a MRI done on his troublesome right hamstring.
What's the latest craze in South Korea, you ask? Great question. Turns out that it's Dunkin Donuts. I'm not saying South Korean Clutterheads are responsible for this movement. That's for others to determine. For all of my love of/addiction to the coffee, I generally stay away from the doughnuts, so I can't say that a jalapeno sausage pie doughnut sounds like the greatest thing in the world, but hey, to each their own.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he feels "exonerated" by a report his own lawyers produced that clears him of doing anything wrong in "BridgeGate." I guess that clears that up then, right?
What, me worry? (pic via abcnews.go.com)
Cheers to West Virginia Governor Ray Tomblin for vetoing a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks.
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman received a 100% pay raise last year. Yes, you read that correctly, 100%. Sounds totally reasonable, right?
Microsoft Windows XP will be phased out on April 8th. I should probably take a look at what OS I'm using, huh?
At what point will 28 year-old Glen Davis realize that he really shouldn't still be living up to his "Big Baby" nickname? Good for Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers for refusing to put up with another tantrum from the player.
Clutterheads, do any of you watch American Horror Story? Is it something I'd have to start with from the beginning, or can I jump in and eventually catch up?
Louis C.K. returned to host Saturday Night Live last night:
Is there really a "Cancel Colbert" movement? Come on, people, understand satire and context before you go flying to your Twitter machine to express your outrage until you find the next thing to be mad about.
Okay kids, that's going to do it for now. The series finale of How I Met Your Mother finally airs tomorrow night. This season was generally a waste of airtime, but this cast had great chemistry, and let's see one last example of it as Neil Patrick Harris and Jason Segel close things out with "Confrontation" from Les Miserables for today's, "Song of the Day."
Thanks for stopping by, everyone. It was great to see you, as always. Try to stay dry out there, and you know you're welcome to come back and hang out with BDH and Little Buddha later today while I catch up on some paperwork. Otherwise, be good, and we'll see you back here again for more fun (hopefully in the sun) soon. Until next time, that's today's redesigned Clutter, and we are outta here.