A lot is going on in the news and a few other things, aside from my new job as a direct support technician at a organization supporting children with developmental and behavioral challenges.
Some days, more than others, I find a ton of interesting stuff on the 'internets' and I feel that it's necessary for you to take part (you who are undefined).
For example: the largest cruise ship in the world is in Miami. The 'Oasis of the Seas' boasts 2,700 cabins and can hold 6,300 passengers.
How is this for irony: a man in Minnesota was mauled by a dog he rescued. Not exactly a plug for HELP shelter and like rescue organizations.
Speaking of Richmond (HELP shelter), on a sad note, a great man passed away this week. Audry Reichter, father of my babysitter, lived an extraordinary life as a WWII veteran and foster parent, with his wife, for more than 2,000 children since 1947. He was 87.
A Washington television station is receiving both praise and critical glances after airing a live-action video of how to properly administer a breast self-exam.
The Phillies and Yankees are even at 1-1 in the World Series.
The Baltimore Ravens, although handled by my Cincinnati Bengals, may be the best 3-3 team imaginable. I'll take them over 6-0 Denver on Sunday.
Perhaps the trade of the decade: Cleveland sent Barolo Colon and Tim Walker to the Expos for Cliff Lee, Grady Sizemore, Brandon Phillips and Lee Stevens. In retrospect; wow!
Back to Bengals talk: Ochocinco, promoting his new book on the off-week, was on Letterman last night reading the Top-10 list.
Also on the Bengals: Carson Palmer has been the key to Cincinnati's early success.
Away from the Bengals and down to Athens, GA: a woman apparently acted like a dog to scare off a man.
Here is a story about the resurected Paul Reubens (Pee-Wee Herman).
Is there a real Jaws out there? Check out the picture on the link.
And finally, a trailer for a new movie about John Lennon's early life: "Nowhere Boy."