In other health news, I had my yearly physical yesterday and my good cholesterol was very good and the bad cholesterol was very good and both improved from last year when they were pretty darn good. The only thing I can think of that I'm doing differently is eating more fiber and oats, so there is my health tip of the day.
In TV news, I watched HBO's Grey Gardens tonight. It was actually as good as the critics made it out to be. The highest compliment I can think to pay Drew Barrymore is that she lived up to the family name.
Everyone else is talking about Dreamwidth, so I shall talk about Twitter. ;) It's a much more interesting new toy to me. I may get bored with it at some point. It may go kaplooey. I mean, there are no ads and no paid accounts, so where's the profit? But this article sums up why it appeals to me and why I'll never follow Ashton or Oprah.
Dean Devlin is blogging over at If Magazine. In his first post he talks about filming 'Leverage' and how awesome the cast is. No spoilers.
The Obama administration is planning to hire 'ethical' hackers to check the country's cyber security. Personally, I think this is brilliant.
And, finally, the funniest thing I saw all week, Stephen Colbert's Anti Gay Marriage Ad.
|The Colbert Report||Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c|
|The Colbert Coalition's Anti-Gay Marriage Ad|