Tuesday, September 28, 2010

David Hasselhoff gets the first boot

The results are in on the first week of Dancing With the Season 11, and former America's Got Talent judge David Hasselhoff was the first to be eliminated last week.  He was tied with Margaret Cho and Mike Sorrentino for last place with the judges.  He was best known for starring in Knight Rider in the 1980s and in Baywatch along with Pamela Anderson, who competed in Dancing With the Stars season 10.  I think that Michael Bolton is next to be eliminated tonight, as he came in last place with the judges.  My favorite contestant Brandy Norwood performed the jive and scored 21 out of 30.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Dancing With the Stars Season 11 begins tonight

The eleventh season of Dancing With the Stars begins tonight. There are twelve stars competiting on the show:

  • Brandy Norwood
  • Jennifer Grey
  • Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino
  • Rick Fox
  • David Hasselhoff
  • Michael Bolton
  • Margaret Cho
  • Kurt Warner
  • Audrina Patridge
  • Florence Henderson
  • Kyle Massey
  • Bristol Palin
I will be pulling for Brandy Norwood, with Rick Fox being my second pick.  I think Briston Palin will be the first to go.  The betting odds predict that either Brandy Norwood or Jennifer Grey will win the competition.  My prediction is that the final three will be Brandy Norwood, Jennifer Grey, and Mike Sorrentino. 

The Contenders: Brandy Norwood, Jennifer Grey, Kyle Massey, Rick Fox, Kurt Warner, Mike Sorrentino
The Pretenders: David Hasselhoff, Florence Henderson, Margaret Cho, Audrina Patridge, Bristol Palin, Michael Bolton

Thursday, September 16, 2010

TZ doctrine tenet #20: Do not shop at Wal-Mart

Wal-Mart is the largest corporation in the world. 18 years ago, that corporate monster entered Laurens, South Carolina, the town where was I raised. It forced several general stores out of business. Wal-Mart has consumed many small towns. In many small towns, downtown parking lots used to be crowded frequently, until Wal-Mart arrived. When Wal-Mart arrived, those parking lots ended up nearly empty daily. The real slogan for Wal-Mart is: "Always Low Wages. Always Low Morals."