Welcome back. Come on in, make yourself comfortable. Before we get started, I just want to take a minute to thank everyone for the kind comments regarding Sunday's post about Mom Clutter, it really means a lot to me. I don't have official records for these things, but I'm pretty sure that's the most-read posting in Clutter's history, and that makes me smile.
So, now that we've got that out of the way, BDH and Little Buddha are eager to get to work. Help yourself to a nice medium DD, and let's clear out some Tuesday Clutter.
Jon Lester and the Boston Red Sox soundly beat the Tampa Bay Rays yesterday, and even more exciting, my trip to Fort Myers is just three days away. I can't wait to watch the team, maybe play some mini-golf, and hit a beach or two. Someone needs a vacation immediately, but I won't name names. Clutter ain't no snitch.
See you soon, big man. (pic via concordmonitor.com)
Colorado imposes three different taxes on recreational marijuana, and that seems to be paying off really well for the state so far.
If you want to stress out your favorite conservative, point out the latest tally of people who don't have health insurance.
This is an interesting question: Was everything about last year's manhunt for the Boston Marathon bomber suspect constitutional?
The Boston Herald ran this story on the prettiest buffalo wings in Boston, which are not the best tasting wings in the area, so the point of this was....Seriously, how much do you think the restaurant in the article paid for this ad?
When was the last time you ate at Sbarro? Apparently not recently enough, as the pizza chain filed for bankruptcy again. Do they have any locations that aren't at highway rest stops?
It's interesting how much thinner former San Francisco Giants star Barry Bonds is these days. ESPN.com's Jim Caple says it's because Bonds has become "an avid cyclist" since retiring. That's certainly one explanation.
What's different here? (pic via mercurynews.com)
Did Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss like being married to former SNL star Fred Armisen? No, no she did not. In other news, the final season of Mad Men begins on April 1st.
Question for you, Clutterheads: Do any of you watch Supernatural? It's on sometimes when I'm at the gym, and it's a good mindless use of an hour while I'm on the elliptical, but it's not engaging enough that I have to find out when the first-run episodes air. Is it just me? Should I move on? Moving on...
It doesn't look like the years have been kind to Jack Bauer (or Keifer Sutherland, for that matter), but it won't take much to get me to watch the return of 24. Won't take much at all.
Okay kids, that's going to do it for now. I found myself driving back from the celebration for Mom Clutter on Saturday night. It was just me in the car, sort of lost in thought (though still paying attention to the road) while the radio played. I was trying to process everything that happened that day (and during this year so far), when Phil Collins came on the radio with, "Don't Lose My Number." This might have been the first pop song I ever learned all of the words to, and Clutterheads, I let loose when Phil started singing. It was a powerful karaoke performance that unfortunately had no witnesses, but nevertheless, here he is with today's, "Song of the Day."
Thanks for stopping by, everyone. It was great to see you, as always. Enjoy the rest of your day, and we'll see you back here again for more silliness soon. Until next time, that's today's Clutter, and are outta here.