Good for Greta Van Susteren. She will not have anything to do with this year’s Radio and TV Correspondents Dinner because of the headliner, comedian Louis C.K.
I confess I had to look up who exactly he is. And then had to read some of the awful things he’s said about Sarah Palin. The kinds of things you just don’t say about a mother. Or her son. But apparently his is the “edge” the dinner is looking for.
Can I make a request to the men of Washington? Join Greta. Don’t go. This isn’t the stuff of comradery. It’s uncivil dreck. For your mother, your wife, your sister, your daughter, for civilization, say “no” to this rubber-chicken dinner. It could be a strong statement about what we hold dear to say this simple “no.”
“Cotton wanted to name his newborn son “Hank.” However, he already had a grown son named Hank who refused to give the name back, so he decided (almost out of spite) to pick the name G.H., short for “Good Hank,” due to the fact that he didn’t like Hank and considered him a sissy. Upon G.H.’s arrival, Cotton attempted to rename Hank to B.H. (“Bad Hank”), which angered Hank.”—G.H. Hill - King of the Hill Wiki
Olive Garden has an attractive bar area to the right of the entryway. The restaurant has a full liquor license and a wine list offering a wide selection to complement Italian meals. Nonalcoholic beverages include coolers, specialty coffees and hot teas.
On a hot summer day, I will try the raspberry lemonade that was recommended.
“40th President of the United States. ALF talks to him when he uses Willie’s radio equipment to contact Air Force One. His attempt to express his concerns about nuclear weapons are misinterpreted as a threat, which leads to Willie’s arrest. When ALF contacts President Reagan a second time, it is deduced that Willie could not have made any threats as he did not have access to his shortwave radio while imprisoned. During the second call, ALF is able to fully express his concern about nuclear war to Reagan, which is then shown that the first call was misconstrued as a terrorist threat. Because it was proven Willie did not make the radio calls, President Reagan orders the FBI to drop the charges against Willie.”—