Okay, Craiggles, here's the dealio. Go to Tahiti with Sharon, but bring me back
some one of those black pearls. Better still, just send cash. It'll help with my move. Unless you want to come help. At this point, I need all the help I can get. I can't do any of the lifting myself, you know. It's the back surgery. While you're here, you can help me find a damn place to live, too. But, that's another story for another time. Or not.
I should also mention that the same forecast says this about the Taurus' career:
Finally, keep watch on what happens on or near November 27 when a friend or partner could give you the keys to the city! Certainly someone near you cares about you and will be in a position to help. This appears to have something to do with a career opportunity...
Funny that, eh? Guess what I found online?
Craig Ferguson: It doesn't seem that long ago that the actor was making folks laugh on The Drew Carey Show in the role of Nigel Wick. Maybe that's because the series airs in syndication mode and he hosts The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS weeknights after David Letterman says goodnight to his fans. Ferguson can add the title Awards Show host to his work history. CBS announced yesterday that the Scottish comedian will host the The 32nd Annual People's Choice Awards when the entertainment special airs live on Tuesday, January 10 from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
I don't make this stuff up, I just report it.
Finally, the show ended up with a spirited (get it? Halloween show...spirited?) performance from Franz Ferdinand. They performed their song "Do You Want To", which was reminiscent of the music I listened to back in high school, way, way, way back in the early 80s. I liked it. Who knew? Ah, well, apparently you did, Craig.
And so, another lovely evening together has come and gone. It was wonderful and refreshing, especially after a week+ without you.
Until tomorrow, my funny Valentine!
Your cheeky wee monkey and saucy little minx,
For all your comedy needs, check out The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS, Monday-Friday, 12:30 AM, Pacific. If you can't stay up that late and/or refuse to record the show, you can always catch up on the monologues and skits on the LLS website.