If Boston Legals ratings went up, I think they should hire me, except that I never want to meet James Spader because, uh, I haven’t made a fool of myself over a man in a long time. Then again, maybe that’s why I should.
But I think he’s still married; his wife and my best college friend, Shelby went to the same high school in Miami. That particular school always made me laugh because it was Miami Shore’s attempt at being a good Manhattan private school. As I knew many people in Shelby’s class, I can attest that it wasn’t, for reasons I won’t go into now
I left Shirley Schmitt (the amazing Candice Bergen) and the joint Wicca family/Christian family law suit against celebrating Halloween in public school out of my post for reasons that were very clear to me yesterday morning but aren’t now. Candice Bergen’s facial expressions were priceless, as was her defense. The Halloween Witch aka the school principal was another only in a David E Kelley show touch.
Didn’t have time to watch Boston Legal dvr’d yesterday. As I have ADHD and this sensory audio problem, I get very fidgety during commercials which is why I hate watching things “live,” but have to watch Boston Legal, and I sometimes miss words.
I had been planning on watching it again and taking notes because James Spader, okay Alan Shore’s summation incorporated all my pet names and causes. I was cheering the TV rather loudly. Could have been embarrassing as the windows were all open, but…
I love the music in Boston Legal. Think it works perfectly; and I could never watch that musical cop show. But I did begin watching Cold Case when The Rocky Horror Show was perfectly incorporated, and Tim Curry guest starred. Have some friends who shall remain nameless who still have their original costume
Bring it on! has grown incredibly in a very short time frame. I give you The Bastard (TB) himself
Contributing your thoughts and ideas to Bring It On? Well, wonder no more, now you can. Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will set you up with a guest author membership. Guest authors will be able to post drafts that we will review and publish based on content and quality. Guest authors can edit their own posts but guest authors will not be allowed to upload images and files (we have to watch bandwidth and storage capacities).
Bring It On has grown considerably over the last few months and we are looking for new talent to fill the ranks. Just last month we hit 100,000 unique views and show no signs of letting up. You can use your membership to submit something new or to merely crosspost something from your blog that you would like to see get more attention. Or if you don’t have a blog this would be the perfect place to showcase your handy work without the worries of maintaining your own blog and keeping it up to date. Matter of fact, Bring It On was started partially because some of its original writers had personal blogs that they didn’t want to “muck” up with political blathering.
So what do you got to lose? This is something new we are trying, so give it a whirl. Who knows, it might make you famous or bring you ridicule and shame (it’s a rough crowd around here)!
It’s brought me ridicule and shame, but could be different for you. Kidding about that. It’s a wonderful political blog that I’m proud to have been a founder of and one of the people who didn’t want to “muck” up my blog. Can do that very nicely on my own thanks.
If you’re interested and don’t want to send an email to Bring it on! itself, let me know. I’m closing comments to this solely because I post way too often. If you wish to comment on Boston Legal, there’s a post two down. If you want to comment or know anything about Bring it on! please go there, send an email to the Bring it on! or me or whoever.
It is an exceptional weather day; and I really do plan on enjoying it. Always feel guilty if I don’t answer comments right away, please excuse that, but I truly need a day thinking about anything but writing, blogging mechanisms, and politics.
See that TB posted something from The Onion–ten years ago. Very relevant today; and funny. Say anything about us but never say that we lack a sense of humor.