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Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Spring cleaning, as in cleaning up, hiding or getting rid of evidence. The good news is that for all of you poor schmucks out there who don't have HBO and therefore couldn't watch The Sopranos, there will be reruns on A&E. The bad news is that the Bada Bing girls, with their bodacious ta-tas, will be covered. Che peccato! siiiigh
'Sopranos' Undergoes Cosmetic Surgery for Basic Cable: [L]oyal viewers may be hard-pressed to determine what exactly A&E has retouched. For example, in one scene from the first season, two of Tony's lieutenants, Silvio (played by Steven Van Zandt) and Christopher (Michael Imperioli), put a bullet through the head of a quivering turncoat who has been found to be wearing a wire. In the edited scene, as in the original, blood splatters on a nearby wall. All that is missing in the edited version of the shot is perhaps two seconds of film in which what appeared to be a chunk of brain matter began to slither down an air-conditioning unit. h/t Soprano Sue
8 Bada Bing Kitty Bar?
In other spring cleaning news ...
8 Good Lord, not another poll? Look, don't even bother with those enraging headlines and the biased stories. Go to the experts for the details and stop worrying about Another Crap Poll: [L]ike every other "poll" that's coming out lately, when you look at the demographics of the respondents, you can't help but come to the conclusion that these polls are being done to drive news stories, because they sure as hell aren't interested in finding out who's going to turnout come Election Day.
8 Something we all figured already, but worth repeating --
According to Cindy Adams: PAY attention. The so-called probe into the D.C. cops who helped zonko Patrick Kennedy home instead of slamming him into the jug? Ain't to be no deepdeepdeep probe. Like more a probe-let. The Capitol fuzz have always been congressional custodians. He isn't the first representative they've blotted up. Many a congresscreature has slurped one too many and been lent a helping patrol car. The Kennedy name just spotlighted this more than others. So, this probe will result in zero. Ain't nobody looking to really run through a thorough investigation.
8 Whadda y'wanna bet that that cafone HRC studies the Sopranos.
HILL ON W.'S GOOD SIDE: Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton - an outspoken critic of President Bush - put aside her red-hot rhetoric last night to hail the chief. Asked to say something nice about Bush during a Q&A session at the National Archives, Clinton rattled off a string of compliments - a far cry from her harsh critiques of Bush's Iraq war, energy and economic policies. "He's been very willing to talk. He's been affable, he's been good company," she said. "He is someone who has a lot of charm and charisma, and in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, I was very grateful to him for his support for New York."
... Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.