>Conan to Take Over ‘Tonight’ in Five Years

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>I was a senior in High School when Jay Leno took over the Tonight Show from Carson. I never really warmed up to Leno. I have enjoyed Conan O’Brien for many years even though I hardly ever get to stay up to watch his show. Comedy Central was repeating the show at a decent hour for a while, and I… Read more »

>A Buzz in the Air

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>I don’t know what’s going on today, but my office is a hotbed of activity. My head is spinning just listening to my coworkers race around the office at top speed. Someone needs to get in here and cleanse the energy. Maybe it’s just my perception of what’s going on because I am sick of working my ass off. It’s… Read more »

>Autumn

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>It’s the first day of Autumn. It’s one of my favorite times of the year because it signals the start of the year end celebrations. Halloween and Thanksgiving have always been big favorites of mine. When I was a kid it was all about the food. Now, I enjoy the beginning of football, shorter days and longer nights, a crisp… Read more »

>Earth Wind & Fire

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>Do you remember the 21st night of September? Love was changing the minds of pretenders While chasing the clouds away Our hearts were ringing In the key that our souls were singing. As we danced in the night, Remember how the stars stole the night away Ba de ya – say that you remember Ba de ya – dancing in… Read more »

>The Morning Commute

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>I don’t understand how this back to school phenomenon is effecting my commute to work. It’s very odd, but there really are a lot more people on the freeways when I am driving to work in the morning. I don’t understand why you would have to take the freeway to get to school. There can’t be that many people going… Read more »

>On This Day…

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>1895 – Daniel David Palmer gave the first chiropractic adjustment. 1927 – Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System made its debut with a network of 16 radio stations. The name was later changed to CBS. 1940 – “You Can’t Go Home Again” by Thomas Wolfe was published by Harper and Brothers. 1947 – The U.S. Air Force was established as a separate… Read more »