Friday, April 8, 2011

Turn up the crazy and break off the knob

"When I see a 9/11 victim family on television, or whatever, I'm just like, "Oh shut up." I'm so sick of them because they're always complaining." — Glenn Beck, The Glenn Beck Program, September 9, 2005

PAUL AND I are doing the happy dance. Glenn Beck's show is ending! Woohoo!!!!!! You may have already heard about it on the news, but in joyous celebration, I'm attaching a link to an article that appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times. It's short and funny.

Click here to read it.

BTW, I would love to take credit for that "turn up the crazy line", but that was Stephen Colbert.

We had an early dinner at Pegasus, a restaurant in the Greek neighborhood that begins two blocks from our hotel. We both had the vegetarian moussaka — reasonably priced, absolutely delicious and cooked and served by actual Greeks. I learned how to say "hello" in Greek to add to my meager phrase repertoire of "good morning" "good afternoon" "good evening"  "thank you" "you're welcome" and the word for "doll" which I learned because someone kept calling me that when I was in Greece, and I figured I'd better find out what it meant.  

Here are a couple of pictures from last night's Wait Wait Don't Tell Me taping.


We got to the auditorium early and were the second people seated.


Peter Sagal is so used to having people want his autograph 
(I didn't) that he tried to sign my newspaper.
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