I know I said we were going to start a segment on heroes in everyday life, and then I’ve just been too busy with, well…. Life…. to write anything for a while. But I finally came up with some new heroes.
#1. Late Late Night Show host, Craig Ferguson. The Scotish native, naturalized U.S. citizen is undoubtedly the funniest man alive. It doesn’t matter what kind of day I’ve had. The man is hysterically funny. If you haven’t seen him, he is a less frenetic, deeper version of Robin Williams, in my opinion. Case in point, the other night he had frequent guest, Madeleine Albright (former Secretary of State) on the show. The topic that night was my other new hero, Texas Governor, Rick Perry and his attempts to get Texas to secede from the U.S.
#2. Rick, the dick, is my newest hero, simply because he gives me tons of fodder for jokes. What WERE Texans thinking when they elected the ……..????
Anyway, this is supposed to be an inspirational column, so enough of Texas politics. After all, this is the stomping ground of former (Thank God!!!!) president, W.
My point being…. if you want to survive the current economic situation, find some humor in it. I can’t think of anything more comical than Texas politics. For a great take on the former, watch Craig Ferguson.
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my wife would definitely agree with you about Craig Ferguson … I must admit he’s the best interviewer in the late-night lot