Monday, February 2, 2009


And this time the entry title seems to fit at least one of the items....

First up, during last night's Super Bowl telecast, the local Comcast cable feed of KVOA TV in Tucson was briefly overriden and a scene of a porn movie was shown in its place. Being true to its high journalistic standards, Shedd's Spot reviewed the scene in order to keep you the reader informed. (The scene can be found with a very simple Google search.) In a nutshell, the scene will do nothing for your average red blooded American hetrosexual male, if you know what I mean. It's a forced case of "eye slippage" for you Coupling fans and, for you non-Coupling fans, it's basically a brat and potatoes shot. Shedd's Spot will follow the story diligently in the coming days and post on any further developments. The AP's take on the incident can be found here.

Second, Hong Kong film makers are planning on producing the first ever 3-D porn movie. While you're reading about it here, try not to think about the Ol' Hedgehog himself, Ron Jeremy, in 3-D. Yikes, I almost hurled....

Finally and on a non-porn note, tomorrow (Feb. 3rd) is the 85th anniversary of President Woodrow Wilson's death. Supposedly, he spent up to two hours a day while President riding in his car to relax. If he was President today, he'd be lucky to get in one lap around the Beltway, including crossing the bridge named after him, in that amount of time.


  1. Ah, customer service:

    Late Monday, Khoury said Comcast had decided to offer any Tucson customer who gets the standard definition service a $10 credit. The affected customers can receive the credit by calling a special telephone number or a Comcast call center, and are entitled to the money whether or not they watched the Super Bowl.

    I don't know about you, but it seems to me that this kind of colorful interlude is a feature, not a bug, and if it happened more often, I might be inclined to pay Comcast an additional ten bucks a month.

  2. Ummm...I would agree if the scene had woman.

  3. Well, you know, I'm trying to consider the preferences of your female readership.

  4. I think they have it pretty good out there, most Comcast customers arounder here are thrilled just to get a picture.