Lost - 75-year-old woman returns $100,000 found in restaurant
Number One with a Bullet - Musicians protest use of their song as weapons
To Serve and Protect - Border security official employs illegals to clean home
On this day in history: December 11, 1985 - Computer rental store owner Hugh Scrutton is killed outside his Sacramento business when he investigates a package left by the Unabomber. It's his first confirmed kill.
Born on this day in history: December 11, 1944 - Brenda Lee (1944– ) Born Brenda Mae Tarpley in Atlanta, Georgia, pop singer Brenda Lee recorded over five decades, beginning to sing at age 10 with Country & Western star Red Foley, and touring with stars like Patsy Cline and Mel Tillis. In 1959, Lee hit No.1 on rock charts with "Sweet Nothings." At 18, nicknamed "Little Miss Dynamite," she became a worldwide star.
Scripture of the Day: Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. — Romans 12:11
Video of the Day: Crazy Cat - submitted by Cindy
Imagine my surprise when I saw this custom Rolls Royce at 7-Eleven this morning! Click to enlarge.
David Louis Harter Photography - a showcase for the photography of David Louis Harter
We watched two episodes of "Shatner's Raw Nerve" last evening. I recorded these programs when they initially aired, but we had not previously found the time to view them. "Shatner's Raw Nerve" is William Shatner's own edgy and off-beat celebrity interview series. In each episode Shatner will attempt to probe his guest's most sensitive subjects and touch upon a raw nerve to explore life's most intriguing questions and unearth his guests' strange and unknown stories that are most surprising, revealing, funny, touching or bizarre.
Guests include fascinating figures from the pop culture universe such as Valerie Bertinelli, Tim Allen, Jenna Jameson, Jimmy Kimmel, Kelsey Grammer, Judge Judy and many, many more.
We were very impressed with Shatner's wit and interviewing style. We eagerly anticipate future episodes and highly recommend this new series.