Jason Castro from American Idol: I think he intentionally forgot the lyrics to Mr. Tambourine Man. Besides, isn't it just a given that anybody who actually chooses to sing Mr. Tambourine Man must want to be voted off? And so he was.
Rev. Wright: I'm not voting for Rev. Wright in the fall; I'm voting for Barack Obama.
Hillary Clinton: Even though I support Obama, she WOULD make a good president, I truly believe. I don't care that she didn't know how to pour a cup of coffee at a convenience store cappuchino machine, as shown countless times on the all-news cable networks and on YouTube. This is irrelevant and unworthy of discussion. Focus, people.
Keith Olbermann: He's smart and well-read and loves history and language. We get it. But when he uses words like "presently" -- which as Olbermann knows means "soon" and is not a synonym for "currently," as employed by 90 percent of "dumb" people -- he seems to be subtly saying: "Look at how smart I am." Yes, I appreciate that he knows how to correctly use the word when most people don't use it correctly. But every time I hear him say it, which is usually once a night, he just comes off as ... smug.
Chris Matthews: Annoying. Why? Because he drones too much about things that aren't really that important in the big picture, like Rev. Wright and Hillary's inability to make coffee.
I also have something I've been meaning to write about in regard to another important matter, and it just may involve kittens. I hope to get to it presently.