Las Vegas scaling down expectations
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
Las Vegas was named the number-one tourist destination for Labor Day Weekend by travel websites Friday. The hotels can no longer market themselves as luxurious and sophisticated. Due to the recession, Treasure Island is now managed by Somali pirates.
Elvis Presley was saluted by tens of thousands of fans in Memphis who observed the 35th anniversary of his death. He was a force of nature. Contemporaries agree that if Elvis Presley were alive today, he'd be scratching frantically to get out of that coffin.
Shark Week debuted on the Discovery Channel as millions observed sharks in action Friday. They never sleep and they spend their lives devouring weaker fish. The sharks are the first species to adopt the Paul Ryan budget and they have never been more popular.
The Crumb and Get It bakery in Virginia refused to let Joe Biden to do an event in the bakery Wednesday. It's due to anger being expressed by small businesses. The White House was upset because they were hoping that a cupcake in Joe Biden's mouth would have the same effect as a cork.
The Washington Examiner reports that Hillary Clinton rebuffed White House feelers last week to be Obama's running mate. Happy days were here again for comedians. The Clintons aren't even back in the White House yet and already someone's getting felt up.