Sometimes you simply do not have enough stuff to fill up a whole column, so you simply gather up everything and put it into one basket.
That is what I am doing today, so here goes:
Pistorious Trial: Why anyone really cares about this thing is beyond me, but whenever I go on the Internet, and I go into Yahoo, an alert about this trial is at the top of my page, in color, as if I am biting my nails over this one.
He thought his girlfriend was an intruder, he shot her, and now, he has to pay the consequences.
And this is in South Africa yet? We have enough nonsense at home, we are supposed to worry about this?
Richard Keil Dies: Another tragic death of someone I really liked as an actor, this hulking fellow was in everything from an episode of "The Monkees" to the James Bond movie where he played the memorable character "Jaws."
He actually used his huge frame to his advantage, usually playing Frankenstein monster or simply monster types.
He will be missed.
Yankees' Season Goes Down Drain: I am a big Yankees fan, but I have to admit, this season has been extremely difficult to watch.
After a promising off season, where they brought in several new, high profile players, they are worse off than they were a year ago.
Yet, attendance is up. I guess people enjoy spending $100 a seat to see mediocrity.
Like the old Brooklyn Dodgers used to say every year, "Wait 'til next year," and the ongoing Derek Jeter going away party hasn't soothed my wounds this year.
The Yankees are as bad as the Mets are, and that is really saying something.
Denise Milani Double Take: One of the people I converse with on Facebook is obsessed with model Denise Milani, and he has put up dozens of photos of her for myself and others to gaze at.
The only thing that I can say is that if you were looking for a brunette Barbie, she is it.
I cannot believe that a lot of what she has wasn't man made, but whatever the case, she is quite fetching.
I am not obsessed with her, but I have to admit I am intrigued by her, because I think there is more plastic in her than in all the Khardashians put together.
I will let you be the judge.
Working Six Days a Week: Yes, that is what I am doing now, and I can't say that I am happy with this arrangement.
Every year, my company puts out an issue that takes extra effort, so the thought is that we have to come in an extra day to get it done.
"Hogwash!" I say to that.
It can be done in five days a week, not six, and working the six is killing me.
It fouls up my Saturdays--supposedly a day of rest for me--and ends up screwing up my mind and body.
Woe is me--I have to do it again tomorrow.
The world is not fair.
Speak to you again on Monday.