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Posts from March 2014
by Bob posted Mar 31 2014 4:32AM
Hank is being listed as recovering Tuesday after having surgery.

Tyler Barnes, Milwaukee Brewers vice president of communications, said in an email Tuesday that Hank is on "dog bed rest" for the time being after being neutered.OUCH!!!

"Given the vet's recommendation, Hank has been placed on the 15-day disabled list," Barnes said. "A tough break after the thrill of his first opening day."

Hank, the stray that wandered into the Brewers' spring training camp in February and was later adopted by the family of a Brewers official, made his Miller Park debut at opening day Monday, taking a walk on the field with mascot Bernie Brewer.

While Hank was convalescing Tuesday, ABC had planned to air a report on the ballpark pup on "World News Tonight."


 
by Bob posted Mar 31 2014 4:24AM
Just seems like life is flying by way too fast. Is it just an age thing? A week in Florida with Katrina, Jason and Kylie and Landon...and Gail, of course, and it was gone in the blink of an eye.....BOB
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by Bob posted Mar 31 2014 4:13AM

Alright...what's up with this?  Calvin and Zatera Spencer of Portsmouth, Virginia are either the LUCKIEST couple in America . . . or they're MASTER criminals who figured out how to rig the lottery.

 

 

Because they just won the lottery THREE TIMES in TWO weeks.

 

 

They won $1 million back on March 12th when they matched five numbers in the Powerball . . . they won $50,000 in a Pick 4 drawing on the 26th . . . and they won ANOTHER $1 MILLION on a scratcher the next DAY.

 

 

That's $2,050,000 in lottery winnings in two weeks.  And according to Calvin, quote, "We're not finished yet."

 

 

The Virginia Lottery didn't release the exact odds on winning a few of those jackpots, so it's tough to calculate the odds Calvin and Zatera beat . . . but we estimated it's well over one in a trillion. 

 

 

(Hampton Roads Daily Press)

 

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by Bob posted Mar 26 2014 4:42AM

~~The "Dancing with the Stars" Season Premiere Took Second Place in the Ratings

 

 

The 18th season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars" got 15.4 million viewers. That was a strong start with the overall viewers, but it was down slightly from last season.

 

 

Meanwhile, the 100th episode of "Glee" only attracted 2.8 million viewers, which is low for Fox.  And the series premiere of "The 100" pulled 2.7 million, which is on the high end for the CW.  Here are last week's top ten shows:

 

 

1.  "NCIS", CBS, 17.1 million viewers.

 

2.  The "Dancing with the Stars" season premiere, ABC, 15.4 million viewers.

 

3.  "NCIS: Los Angeles", CBS, 14.2 million viewers.

 

4.  Monday's episode of "The Voice", NBC, 13.5 million viewers.

 

5.  "The Walking Dead", AMC, 13.5 million viewers.

 

6.  Tuesday's episode of "The Voice", NBC, 13.3 million viewers.

 

7.  "60 Minutes", CBS, 11.3 million viewers.

 

8.  "The Blacklist", NBC, 11 million viewers.

 

9.  "Person of Interest", CBS, 10.9 million viewers.

 

10.  "CSI", CBS, 10.2 million viewers.

 

 

("American Idol" continues to take the backseat to "The Voice".  "Idol" had 9.8 million viewers on Wednesday and another 8.4 million on Thursday.  You'll find the Top 25 shows on cable and broadcast TV at Zap2It.com.)

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