Photo by Darrell Sapp, Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Well, I never would have guessed that a George Foreman post would get more comments than both a Brett Favre post and two Jerome Bettis posts put together!
If you missed any of them, you can now find them in my working archives. Right column, scroll to bottom, archives are all working now, so you can catchup on the latest.
I didn’t acutally write this today, but I recomended to an 85 year old lady who lived by herself that she try one of these to make her home meals a little more interesting. Easy to use and you can throw anything in it to warm it up, jazz up a peanut butter & jelly sandwich, Grill some fruit real quick and throw it on some yogurt…her eyes lit up. It sure sounded better than “TV Dinners”.
Here is a great article on Monday Night Football, one of my favorite shows on TV. Naturally, I enjoy Sunday Night Football as well, but having the game extend into the week somehow softens the blow of starting the work week. (Even though I havn’t had a real “workweek” as in weekends off, in years)
So viewers are watching more sunday night football now, and the NFL has decided to go with the “Broadcast” networks, instead of the “cable” networks for their most highly viewed game. As you probably know, EPSN will now be airing the Monday Night Football games. But Sunday Night Football will now be the “showcase” game of the week and will be aired on Broadcast TV, as in FREE TV, on NBC. So why NBC and not ABC? ABC didn’t want to give up their successful Sunday night lineup, which includes desparate housewives (never seen it).
So there you have it. Football lives on…