Well, that wasn't fun, was it?
I have to give it to Sean Payton and the Saints. They clearly outplayed, outcoached, outclassed my Cowboys from beginning to end. I do have faith in Tony Romo and the rest of the 'Boys for the next three games. While it looked bleak there while watching yesterday, it was, as they say, just one of those days. It brought back memories of the old Tom Landry-coached teams of the 70's. Those guys would lay an egg near the end of the season as well (usually against the Rams or Vikings and I think once against the Browns). But those teams appeared in half of all the Super Bowls played that decade.
In other news, what can be said about the Neturei Karta that hasn't already been said. For those unfamiliar with them, they are the very religious-looking Jews who are often seen demonstrating with their Arab friends and neighbors against the State of Israel. Their warped belief is that the Jewish State has no right to exist since it was not "officially" ordained from above. But that's not all. In addition to being against there being a Jewish homeland, they have been complicit in crimes - including sabotage and even murder - against other Jews.
My good friends at Yeshiva World have more on these so-called people.
Does anybody really care if we spied on Diana? My take is even if we did, no one will make a stink about it because it happened during the Clinton presidency. But if it were to have happened in the Bush White House??? Let's just say Armageddon wouldn't get as much press.
Man, I need some sleep...