Daily Archives: January 22, 2011

>Keith Olbermann Signs Off For The Last Time

>” I think the same fantasy popped into the head of everybody in my business who has ever been told what i have been told. this will be the last edition of your show. you go to the scene from the movie network complete with the pajamas and the rain coat and go off on a verbal journey of unutterable vision and you insist upon peter finch’s gutteral resonance and you will the viewer to go to the window, open it, stick out his head and yell. you know the rest. in the mundane world of television goodbyes, reality is laughably uncooperative…. ” Keith Olbermann 1/21/11

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Goodbye Keith, you’ll be greatly missed!

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>President Obama’s Weekly Address 1/22/11: "We Can Out-Compete Any Other Nation"

>WASHINGTON – President Obama used his weekly address to highlight the steps his administration is taking to make America more competitive. As a result of the deals made with China this week, U.S. exports to China will increase by more than $45 billion and China will increase its investments in America by several billion dollars. These deals will support some 235,000 American jobs. Also, the President named GE CEO Jeff Immelt to head up the new Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, which will help find ways to grow the economy by investing in American businesses.

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>Saturday Morning Cartoons: Peeping Penguins

>It’s a cold one outside today, almost arctic. So before venturing out today, why not get ready to it by watching a cartoon? But before you do, finish up that oatmeal to keep your bones warm.

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Filed under Max Fleischer, Paramount Pictures, Peeping Penguins, Saturday morning cartoons