… in exit polls conducted during Democratic primaries, a sizable chunk of voters have been describing themselves as not just dissatisfied with Bush but outright angry � 51 percent in Delaware, 46 percent in Arizona and New Hampshire, 44 percent in Virginia and Wisconsin.
Why are people so angry with Bush. Is it the lies, misrepresentations, distortions and blame-shifting do you think?
… Generally, these beverages are formulated to have fewer calories than regular soft drinks but not the zero-calories of traditional diet products.
Looks like Coke is planning a version with less sugar, but not quite a diet drink. It’s about time. I love Coke, but the stuff is like liquid caloric overdose. A 20 oz. serving of Coke has 200 calories. That’s right, it’s 10 calories per ounce. It takes you about 45 minutes of walking to burn off 20 oz. of Coke. Sitting at a desk, it takes a 180 lb. man about two hours to burn off that Coke. It’s about 1/10 of the daily caloric intake he needs to maintain his basal metabolic rate. Considering that, I wouldn’t mind a version of these sodas with a lot fewer calories. I can almost dring regular diet soda. Almost. But if there were reduced calorie sodas that tasted halfway decent, I’d probably never look back.
Oh yeah, Nader is running. How much difference will it make? See the first item in this list.
Johnny Depp won the top acting award while Charlize Theron took the lead actress trophy at the annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG) held in Los Angeles Sunday night. …
Wow - I liked Depp’s performance, but that’s a surprise. What does this bode for the Oscars? Usually I don’t pay any attention to this stuff, but I’ve seen some great performances this year, and there’s the pool to consider.