"It is very much a festive atmosphere" said a reporter from KPIX during the unending crap being spewed about the return of the Bay Bridge.
After 6.5 BILLION dollars and 24 years of bickering, yes, the bridge is back up.
What happens when the OTHER half of the bridge goes down in an earthquake?
Is anybody talking about that?
We got half a bridge and everybody is congratulating themselves like they actually built it themselves. The politicans and crooks got their grubby mitts into the money and never let loose.
What we are seeing is disgraceful. And nobody has the decency to blush.
I am in love with the Robertson family of W. Monroe Louisana. Apparently, I have some company. "Duck Dynesty" was the breakway #1 cable TV show in the country last week, and taking on killer numbers against the networks.
A lot of people are throwing Willie's name in the political arena, and while he says he is interested, he just can't manage a Congressional run right now.
The country needs our camo clad long-haired NON-HIPPIE friend.
“Duck Dynasty’s” Willie Robertson says talk of a possible House bid was news to him and that he’s “kind of busy right now” to hit the campaign trail.
The A&E reality TV star was responding to a report that GOP strategists were eyeing him to run for the seat of Rep. Rodney Alexander (R-La.), who announced his retirement last week.
“Yeah, I heard today that I was doing that,” Robertson told the hosts of Fox News Channel’s “The Five” during a Tuesday appearance, “It was very interesting, yeah, news to me.”
He added, “I’m kind of busy right now. I got a lot going on.”
Robertson, 41, whose family made their fortune by creating products for duck hunters, was less tight-lipped about his potential 2016 presidential pick. The Creole State native told “The Five” hosts, “We’ll see who comes out. I’m curious to know about Jindal. That’s my guy, Louisiana.”
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) has not declared his intention to run for president in the next election.
The rumors are true. Melanie Morgan is back in town. After an extended trip to Madrid and London, I am back to home base in Novato, California with a deepened appreciation of the values and liberties of the USA and our delicious American food!
I know, I know. It's quite a shock to discover that the English can't cook. And I'm not a devotee of Tapas either.
in the meantime, I see that the leakers have been super busy discovering that the NSA is spying on the United Nations.
Maybe now the liberals will get up on their high horse a demand action. But I doubt it.
Can I just say that I have had so much fun? It has been a terrific ride with KGO TV, KGO Radio, ABC Radio and KSFO going back to 1981, when I was like, 12.
I'm proud to have worked as an international hotspot reporter, covering the uprising for Democracy at Tianamen Square, the Beirut bombing of the Marine Compound, the Mexico City earthquake and many other stories that I can blab on and on about but I will save it for my kids, poor things.
My time as a talk show host for KSFO has been highlighted by the privilege of working with the late Lee Rodgers and Officer Vic. We made some magic on the radio.
The listeners of KSFO helped us change the world. We eliminated the cancer-causing agent MTBE from our fuel and we recalled then-Governor Gray Davis (boy, was that a gas!)
I traveled to Iraq, met Vice-President Dick Cheney (that really annoyed a bunch of liberals) and sent over 6 tons of care packages to our troops.
Does it get any better than that?
With a toss of my (not-so-natural) blonde hair, I quote my predecessor:
"And now, if you'll excuse me…."