Your Morning Voice • Oct. 27, 2011

| October 26, 2011

Grab your cup of java — or sneak a sip of ours — and settle in for a moment. Below you’ll find a few tidbits that will keep you on top of what’s going on from here to Hollywood — and in between — in this edition of Your Morning Voice…

We get it, politicians people: Football is not just a game. Trust us; we get it. And we’re watching all of this just like you are. We’re also reading, too. Wow. Just wow. That’s all we have for now. Do you have more? Comment below (nicely; please. Our moms are reading, too).

Ballerina Girl best get out her two-stepping boots ’cause we’re dancing on the ceiling with Lionel Richie — and boot scooting — over this.

To be or not to be — really?? May be… Or not to, uh, maybe (?). Was Shakespeare a fraud? You decide. And then let us know.

At least one of us has cankles (Google it), but none of us are stupid desperate delusional so bothered by them to undergo surgery, but this lady was. And that leads us to this question: When will being short fat curvy tall different unique who we are be enough??? We say now. Geez Louise!

These fellas think Kentucky kicks a$$. We do too. But a Super Bowl commercial touting the Bluegrass State?? Uh huh. Believe and click here to find out how to turn Possibility City into a household name. (We believe. We believe. We … help a brotha/sista out, will you??)

Celebrity chef Bobby Flay and Breeders’ Cup will host an invite-only kick-off soirée next Thursday with chefs from around the world and these Louisville college students will play a major role. Speaking of Bobby Flay… We love him and his wife, actress Stephanie March and think they visit the River City often enough that they deserve a key to the city. Or at least to our homes office. Our entourage (ahem, BF) would host them — and happily (just not, um, in that way).

And finally … If you could save a life in 60 seconds, would you? You would — yes? Then do. Please.

Have a great day! We’ll see you tomorrow.

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