Jermaine Jackson — I’m CHANGING My Last Name
Jermaine Jackson has filed a request to legally CHANGE his last name … trading out “Jackson” for “Jacksun” … TMZ has learned. Jermaine filed a…
If you told me, 30 years ago, that someday I’d have over 400 friends, I would have immediately stopped you and said, “Oh, you mean *Facebook* friends.”
But I was also pretty smart for a seven-year-old.
Checked off bucket-list item, #613, today:
“After leaving a voicemail for your brother in law and incorrectly believing you’ve hung up, sing the chorus to Genesis’ Land of Confusion, while commuting home. Sing with fervor. Hang up in a frenzied panic.”
Newsroom – First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Congratulate President on Election Win
The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued the following statement Tuesday: We congratulate President Obama on winning a second term as President of the United States.
News update: Everything is related to heart attacks. This includes reading news articles about, how, everything is related to heart attacks.
Conan O’Brien Presents: Team Coco
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2016 COUNTDOWN CLOCK: Only 1,460 more days to go!
What I’ve heard for 4 years: “I’m so and so, America is going down, it’s the last days, welcome to the USSA, start buying guns, we’re going down. And I’m a Mormon.”
What I remember: “Be believing, be happy, don’t get discouraged. Things will work out.” -Gordon B. Hinkley.
My request: Let’s not plod for the next four years in darkness, trudging through the same negativity, hopelessness, and dispair. Let’s remember the words of those who are wise. Pray for your needs, rejoice in your blessings.
Ok, I’m gonna be all conciliatory, now. The people have spoken (and votes are still being tallied.) Not sure that any of my votes are going to go my way, tonight. It’s ok. I’m grateful to be a member of this country. No one tried to kill me at the voting booth. I was free to speak my mind over Facebook for two months without worrying about anything except for a couple of yard signs being kicked over. I’m blessed to be in this country and I’ll support the leaders who are chosen.
Excited that Orrin Hatch was reelected. 36 years after running on the principle of term limits, maybe he’ll finally have a chance to show us how it’s done.