Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The 65th day of 2013 with 300 days remaining.
Today is ...And That's the Way it Was Day
In 1981, after 19 years presenting the CBS Evening News, Walter Cronkite signed off for the last time. "The most trusted man in America" reported many events from 1937 to 1981, including bombings in World War II; theNuremberg trials; combat in the Vietnam War; Watergate; the Iran Hostage Crisis; and the murders of President John F. Kennedy, civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King, Jr., and Beatles musician John Lennon. Cronkite set the standard for National news anchors in America. It is a standard that has not been surpassed.
Today in Music
Top of the Charts!
"My Girl" by The Temptations
This and That
And I Almost Killed Myself Doing the Same Thing
This is four-year-old Dylan Hayes. He fell out of a third story window while playing Superman. He actually landed ON HIS FEET and aside from going in for observation at a hospital, he young man is fine! Hope he dosen't think he's unbreakable.
Reality TV is Rotting our Brains
Yesterday was Penn Jillette's birthday was yesterday, but the presents might have t wait for a while. The entertainer tells us in his new book, The Celebrity Apprentice is indeed an honest show -- honest, that is, "in that creepy kind of way that the guy who admits he’s a racist is more honest." As Jillette's co-star Annie Duke likes to put it, The Celebrity Apprentice is "a pretend game, about pretend business, where you get pretend fired. Get the whole story here.
Ten Things You Won't Believe Exists!
The world is full of wonderful things. Here are some things that we have to see to remember how great life is. A phone that last a day and a half on a single charge, the House from UP and a Wild World Headquarters. Here is the Whole Dang List.
Apple is reportedly prepping the iPhone 5S for a summer release, mostly likely in August. The next iPhone would sport the same design as its predecessor but with a beefier processor and better camera. People awaiting a new iPad could get some satisfaction as early as next month, according to sources. An "April-ish" launch for the next-generation iPads, most likely the iPad 5 and the iPad Mini 2, is seriously being considered by Apple.Gifs are motion pictures that do not need an extra program to run. here are 10 Gifs that are, by now, world famous. Click on the image to see more.
Real Baby Dancing Video Time!
AMERICAN IDOL (8p ET, FOX) -- The top 10 male finalists perform live.
SURVIVOR: CARAMOAN-FANS VS. FAVORITES (8p ET, CBS) -- New
THE MIDDLE (8p ET, ABC) -- Repeat
WHITNEY (8p ET, NBC) -- New. A repeat follows.
ARROW (8p ET, CW) -- Repeat
THE NEIGHBORS (8:30p ET, ABC) -- Sandra Bernhard guest stars in this new episode.
CRIMINAL MINDS (9p ET, CBS) -- Repeat
MODERN FAMILY (9p ET, ABC) -- Repeat
LAW & ORDER: SVU (9p ET, NBC) -- Repeat
SUPERNATURAL (9p ET, CW) -- Repeat
BOSTON’S FINEST (9p ET, TNT) -- New
SUBURGATORY (9:30p ET, ABC) -- New
CSI: (10p ET, CBS) -- Repeat
CHICAGO FIRE (10p ET, NBC) -- Repeat
NASHVILLE (10p ET, ABC) -- Repeat
SOUTHLAND (10p ET, TNT) -- New
PSYCH (10p ET, USA) -- Cybill Shepherd and Parminder Nagra (ER) guest star in this new episode.
TOP TV SHOWS
Week of February 25-March 3
1. NCIS, CBS, 20.69 million
2. NCIS: Los Angeles, CBS, 17.02 million
3. American Idol (Wednesday), Fox, 13.3 million
4. American Idol (Thursday), Fox, 12.56 million
5. 60 Minutes, CBS, 12.02 million
6. Castle, ABC, 10.77 million
7. The Big Bang Theory, CBS, 10.69 million
8. Golden Boy, CBS, 10.56 million
9. Modern Family, ABC, 10.53 million
10. 2 Broke Girls, CBS, 10.41 million
11. Criminal Minds, CBS, 10.34 million
12. Mike & Molly, CBS, 9.79 million
13. Person of Interest, CBS, 9.52 million
14. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 9.44 million
15. Amazing Race 22, CBS, 9.243 million
16. The Mentalist, CBS, 9.241 million
17. The Bachelor, ABC, 9.23 million
18. Survivor: Caramoan, CBS, 9.17 million
19. The Good Wife, CBS, 8.99 million
20. Bones, Fox, 8.78 million