Posted March 14th, 2012 by impalin
pWhen Travis ran away to Hawaii on “Cougar Town” (Tue., 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC), he ran into Ted Buckland (Sam Lloyd) from “Scrubs.” It was the same actor and the same character across the two Bill Lawrence shows, but Lloyd wasn’t the only returning “Scrubs” alumnus in attendance at this week’s “Cougar Town,” though he was the only character./ppTed and his a cappella group showed up in Florida for a competition, bunking at Jules’ place for a while.
Posted June 7th, 2010 by impalin
“It’s entirely possible that California Attorney General Jerry Brown is the only thing standing between Meg Whitman and the White House.” By Phil Trounstine and Jerry Roberts Calbuzz.com In the middle of a press scrum at the Republican state convention on March 12, Meg Whitman laughed out loud at a radio news reporter who asked her about her national political ambitions: Ms. Whitman, would you commit to serving a full four-year term if you’re elected governor? There’s been talk of you as a national political figure.
Posted January 26th, 2010 by impalin
As teabaggers sniff around for any hint of ideological deviancy from Republican candidates, there’s no doubt that they should keep a close eye on Republican Gov. John Hoeven of North Dakota, now running for Senate. In 1996, while running North Dakota’s socialist bank (the only state-owned bank in the nation), Hoeven kicked around the idea of running for governor. Needing to choose a party to run under, Hoeven decided that his values were best represented by the Democratic Party.
Posted November 30th, 2009 by impalin
There have been so many lies and distortions pointed out in Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue since it was released last week that her memoir has already become something of a gag line. But perhaps the most embarrassing gaffe so far is her misattributed quote to UCLA basketball legend John Wooden. As the epigram to Chapter Three, “Drill, Baby, Drill,” Palin assigns the following remarks to the Hall of Fame coach: Our land is everything to us… I will tell you one of the things we remember on our land. We remember our grandfathers paid for it–with their lives .