The very one.Just
as I missed noticing 3789 conspiracy books, I failed to note what happened to the runaway wife.Did she just disappear or what?
Actually I never saw the beginning of that story either.It just goes to show that JAS doesn't treat all the news equally.
- perplexed in Paris
JAS has been amiss.The
runaway bride was charged with filing false reports with the police and that sort of thing, pled guilty and is doing community
service, and paying back some of the costs of the search for her sorry ass.There
may or may not be a wedding now, but we won't know as the "big boys" press moved on to Michael Jackson, and now that that
is over, to the missing girl in Aruba, and when that is settled Phil Spector's trial is coming up.Did he murder that woman?
JAS obviously has no nose for the news.We're not the big boys in this business.
Ric Erickson -
All's Well That Ends Well.Headline - "Zen and Now: Jackson Back as Lakers' Coach"
Change of ways; only big boys now...
Yes, Phil Jackson is famous for being a Zen guy - many articles out here about his Zen beliefs.The Christian right forgives him for being such a godless man as he wins - five championships with Michael
Jordon and the Bulls, and four with the Lakers.No evangelical boycotts down
at Staples Center - yet.The next season will be Phil doing his Zen master thing
with Kobe Bryant as his young acolyte - "Yes, Grasshopper, you will learn that...."
Ric Erickson -
today's New York Times: ''Because of the highly unusual nature of the global war on terror, and because we do not want
to detain any person longer than as necessary, we've taken this unprecedented and historic action to establish this process
to permit enemy combatants to be heard while conflict is ongoing,'' McGarrah said.