I thought I would weigh in on some issues of an entertainment nature. Some things that have gotten my morals wondering.
First, Adam Lambert: I really don't care about his sexual orientation and I didn't see the awards show where he performed his acts lately. But I do understand that it was a very suggestive, sexual nature. If it was a man and a woman, a woman and a woman, or a man with a man, this display, or anything that suggests anything that should be performed in a private setting only, should not be performed on free TV.
Next: Recently, I was flipping around the channels and a Miley Cirus video, "Party in the USA" caught my eye. Keep in mind that I am a grandfather of three, and my four year old granddaughter loves Hannah Montana. I also realize that Miley is only 16, which is ten years older than my oldest grandchild. I am shocked by the way she was dressed in this music video. I would like to kick Billy Ray Cirus in the butt for allowing his underage daughter to be dressed this way in the video. But this is just my opinion.
And now: Shame on you Grady Sizemore. The Cleveland Indians centerfielder had some seminude photos taken of himself, which he emailed to his girlfriend. Someone was able to obtain the photos and post them on the web. Shame on them too. Now Grady wants Major League Baseball to step in and investigate, and take appropriate action. Sizemore should have taken the appropriate action in the first place by not emailing the photos. Just another example as to why you have to be careful what you put on the internet.
One last thing: I am about to reintroduce word verification to my comments, as I've been getting spammed lately there. All but one has been by a gaming site. The other was by an escort service. I apologize in advance for any inconvenience.