The Big Bang Theory – The End!

[caption id="attachment_6266" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] THE BIG BANG THEORY is a comedy about brilliant physicists Leonard (Johnny Galecki, second from left) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons, second from right), who are the kind of "beautiful minds" that understand how the universe works, but none of that genius helps them interact with people, especially women. All this begins to change when a free-spirited beauty named Penny (Kaley Cuoco, pictured middle) moves in next door. Sheldon, Leonard's roommate, is quite content spending his nights playing Klingon Boggle with their socially dysfunctional friends, fellow Cal Tech scientists Wolowitz (Simon Helberg, pictured far left) and Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar, pictured far right). However, Leonard sees in Penny a whole new universe of possibilities... including love.Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS©2007 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.Flash t-shirt courtesy DC Comics[/caption] Chuck Lorre summing up the "The Big Bang Theory" Question: How did "The Big Bang Theory," which had two pilots and an inauspicious start, connect with viewers? Chuck Lorre: We stumbled out of the gate pretty hard in the beginning, and it took a while to find the voice of the show. Remarkably, we came along at a time when the audience wanted to see a show about characters that...Read More

Steelers schedule for 2018

The NFL saved the best for last for Pittsburgh. The Steelers schedule has a relatively harmless early stretch punctuated by a Week 7 bye, but close with three of their final five games against future Hall of Fame quarterbacks -- Philip Rivers' Chargers, Tom Brady's Patriots, Drew Brees' Saints. The league's late-night darlings from 2017, Pittsburgh is slated to play in eight nationally televised games this time around; that's half of its season in prime time. Thanks to a random but significant quirk, the Steelers could have the AFC North wrapped up by midseason. How? They play five of their six division games between Week 1 (Cleveland Browns) and Week 9 (Baltimore Ravens), and only one more over their final eight games. If the Steelers perform well in those games -- and, overall, they have the NFL's easiest first half of the season based on opponents' 2017 winning percentage -- they could bury the Browns, Ravens and perhaps the Cincinnati Bengals early and provide all three little chance to make up ground. Pittsburgh's final division game will come in Week 17, at home against the Bengals. Steelers Toughest Test You know the drill by now. There will be a lot on the...Read More

School Shootings 2018

As always this behavior is despicable. The issues around School Shootings need to be discussed and changes need to be made in the following areas. Physical security within the schools. Identification of individuals that may be prone to this type of behavior. Control access to weapons that can produce mass slaughter. Human life is sacred. Lawmakers, get together and discuss. or you might find yourself without a job.   Misleading School Shootings Statistics reference Actual School Shootings 2018: 9 shootings, 22 dead, 37 wounded Feb. 14, Broward County, Fla. Stoneman Douglas High School 17 dead, 14 wounded Feb. 5, Oxon Hill, Md. Oxon Hill High School 1 wounded Feb. 1, Los Angeles, Calif. Salvador B. Castro Middle School 5 wounded Jan. 31, Philadelphia, Pa. Lincoln High School 1 dead Jan. 23, Benton, Ky. Marshall County High School 2 dead, 15 wounded Jan. 22, Gentilly, La. The NET Charter High School 1 wounded Jan. 22, Italy, Texas Italy High school 1 wounded Jan. 20, Winston-Salem, N.C. Wake Forest University 1 dead Jan, 10 Sierra Vista, Ariz. Coronado Elementary School 1 dead