video: Troy Turbeville
Best of luck in the NBA, Trez. We appreciate your hard work.
Mrs. Betty Bowers, America’s best Christian, perfectly illustrates why religious people should not lose their minds over the Supreme Court decision to recognize gay marriages. Upshot: Americans enjoy democracy, not theocracy.
More from Betty: Is America a Christian nation?
Let’s stop treating anyone as subhumans. Christian protesters in 1967 applied some of the same logic (“Race mixing is against God’s natural order!”) when the Supreme Court overturned Virginia law forbidding blacks to marry whites. Gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals are entitled to the same rights as everyone else. No person is a lesser cut of human being.
It’s all good. With equality, we are an improved America.
Well played, Brentwood Photography studio owner
This is the greatest arrangement of the Star Spangled Banner ever.
Boy won’t take his sweet little wifey to the lake. Boy videos wife’s tantrum. Boy dies. If not literally, he’s dead emotionally.
C’mon man. Take that dime piece to the lake.
Courtney Barnes, above, has made multiple appearances on So You Think You Can Dance. He is clearly trying to amp up a street interview to gain viral fame.
Dude. That’s not acting. Bryce Dallas Howard, below with Conan O’Brien, is a true actor. Observe.
Rick Pitino has received another contract extension at the University of Louisville, carrying him through 2025. Watch him with his boss Tom Jurich celebrate the moment.
Another reason Rick Pitino loves his life in Louisville is because it has allowed him to retain long term local relationships with buddies. Rick has a zillion friends around the world, but living in the same spot for 14 years has taught him the value of rooting in with friends who are down the street or a few miles away.
The UofL basketball boosters group Friends of the Ville is loaded with some of the city’s top business leaders and a strong contingent of everyday guys working nine to five. It keeps Pitino connected to people from all walks of life, a valuable lesson for anyone whose wealth could easily separate them from the real world.
Pitino welcomes a shoe shine man the same way he does a CEO. He is living a balanced life in Louisville and is smart enough to value it instead of chasing some other dream in another city.
One day after the contract extension, Pitino gave a complete rundown of his latest roster of players.
Dump the male flight attendants. No one wanted them in the first place.
Replace all the female flight attendants with YOUNG good-looking strippers! What the hell!! They don’t even serve food anymore, so what’s the loss? The strippers would at least triple the alcohol sales and get a “party atmosphere” going in the cabin. And, of course, every businessman in this country would start flying again, hoping to see naked women.
Because of the tips, female flight strippers wouldn’t need a salary, thus saving even more money.
Radicalized Muslims would be afraid to get on the planes for fear of seeing naked women. Hijackings would come to a screeching halt, and the airline industry would see record revenues.
This is definitely a win-win situation if we handle it right — a golden opportunity to turn a liability into an asset.
Why didn’t Bush or Obama think of this?
Why do I still have to do everything myself?
The 62nd annual WHAS Crusade for Children brought in $5.6 million for special needs children throughout Kentucky and Indiana.
More than half of the funds are raised through firefighter roadblocks, a tradition started in the 1950s. To date, more than $165 million has been raised to buy equipment and to fund programs to assist special needs children.
The weekend radio/TV broadcast is hosted by iHeartMedia’s WHAS Radio and Gannett’s WHAS-11 television, Crusade partners since the fundraiser’s launch in 1954.
The Crusade for Children thrives on family support. It is an honor to work with my son Max, a director at WHAS-11, on every Crusade. This telethon improves lives and that is a joyous experience best shared with family.