NBC – Never Been Correct…

But really, what did we expect from the network that has done such an amazing job with their regular prime time lineup?

Watching the Sunday night show focused on ice dancing brings one thought to mind. Did I accidentally change the channel to a PBS documentary on the Ice Capades?

Watching NBC’s commercials for “The Marriage Ref.” Now there’s a program that might work well on tape-delay – say, until about 2015.

Monday night, NBC’s coverage of the ice dancing finals will be aired opposite ABC’s “The Bachelor.” And all over America men will be asking “Honey, didn’t you want me to clean the garage or something?”

A recent poll showed 86 percent of Americans think goverment is broken. Wow. Didn’t realize 14 percent of Americans were government employees.

Sarah Palin was a no-show at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Apparently Palin backed out once she heard that for health reasons CPAC requires all their speakers to wash their hands before taking the podium.

With all this tape delayed Olympic coverage I suppose we on the west coast should start preparing now for Super Bowl XLVI in February 2012. When NBC will probably present us with “Super Bowl Monday”

American Airlines is now charging $8 for a blanket and pillow. Which you can keep for future use, although there may be a $25 excess baggage charge if you bring them on your return flight.

Ronald Howes, the inventor of the Easy-Bake oven, died last week at the age of 83. At the funeral, there will be no pallbearers, the casket will simply be powered by a number of 100 watt light bulbs.

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