Saturday, September 25, 2010

The Neyland News Network: NNN

Hello and welcome to the Neyland News Network. First up - Politics

Yesterday Steven Colbert testified in front of a Congressional panel on Farms and Immigration.
Senator Al Franken hosted a dinner to raise funds for the 2011 elections.
Wyclef Jean is still considering a run for the post of Haitian president.
Sean Penn denounced the continued open status of Guantanamo Bay.

Next up is Entertainment!

Barrack Obama is expected to appear on the view again in the very near future.
Members of the House and Senate are lining up to be on next year's Dancing With the Stars.
The governor of California says he might agree to another cameo in an upcoming action flick.

Now for Financial news!

LeBron James signed a maximum amount contract with the Miami Heat reportedly worth $110 million.
Michael Jordan is looking to own even more of a share in the Charlotte Bobcats.
Former Major League All Star Lenny Dykstra's magazine "The Player's Club" has filed for bankruptcy.

We'll be back later with sports news!

Gee... does anybody see anything odd here?


  1. Hi! Hopped in from the Blog Hop! Hope we can be friends!

    Lu-Lu & Lucius

  2. Amazing, isn't it? I did enjoy Stephen Colbert's testimony though.

    Have a hoppy Saturday!

  3. Oh, yeah, Neyland! Well said! I'm a big fan of Stephen Colbert, but I thought the same thing when I saw him testifying and all this other stuff going on. But, I have to admit, I can't resist the urge to get the Pope to step out a little..