Saturday, May 24, 2003

Abrams answers. I've been meaning for a few days now to post a link to an interview featured over at the blue earth's dan abrams group earlier this week. Here are my favorite parts...
What do you see yourself doing in 5 yrs? 10 yrs?
I HOPE TO STILL BE IN THIS BUSINESS
Next Saturday?
NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS :)
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How did you get into wine collecting?
BY ACCIDENT.
Do you play any instruments?
NOT WELL.
And here's the complete interview. Enjoy.

Monday, May 19, 2003

A sad day in Washington, D.C. today, folks!

White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer has announced that he's stepping down!

Though this news saddens me and several other of his floozies, I must say that I wish Ari and his new bride all the best. I hope I still see him around, though! The press briefings just won't be the same without him!!

Sunday, May 18, 2003

See Sanjay on Sunday. Ann had some news to share in a comments thread below and I wanted to post it up here where it's a little more visible.
There will be a segment on CNN on Sunday night May 18th at 8:00 eastern time by Dr. Sanjay Gupta on his time spent with the Devil Docs during the war. A true Dr. Gupta watcher would not miss it.
Thank you Ann. He seems to be making the interview rounds now that he's back from Iraq and it's all good for Dr. Gupta watchers.

Another commenter named Priyam left a question that I just noticed.
hey.. guava i got a ques ? but plz dun mind wat i ask! as i am new here . i was just wondering if these cnn hunks ever cum 2 dis site and look 4 the topics posted by their fans .. huh?
do they ?
That's a good question, Priyam. It would be nice if some hunks have visited and enjoyed this site, but I really don't know unless they write to let me know. So far, CNN hunk Daniel Sieberg has written that he was flattered by the site. Maybe one day we'll be lucky enough to hear from others.

Someone else asked a while ago about an email address for Dr. Gupta. I haven't found one yet besides the Ask Dr. Gupta page which has a way to send him questions. The page looks outdated but each story has a link under his picture to email him.

This method is for medical questions so of course I'm not encouraging anyone to send fan mail that way. There's a disclaimer in the message box too.
"Paging Dr. Gupta" is not intended to address specific questions concerning individual cases, so please keep your questions general in nature.
Hmm, I wonder if there's a way to send him fan mail in the form of a medical question that is also general in nature...
Dear Dr. Gupta,

What advice can you give to people who frequently find themselves infatuated with news correspondents?

For example, every time I see a certain swarthy medical correspondent on CNN, I suddenly feel lightheaded, my heartbeat speeds up and my eyes glue themselves to the tv screen.

Is there a cure for this condition?
I might look around some more for an email address before sending that one.