"The King's Speech" won the Best Picture Oscar and three other Academy Awards. But most movie fans are awaiting the 3D version.
Gates vs. Teachers Unions
In a new editorial in the Washington Post, Bill Gates bashes teacher seniority... and all the teachers who didn't intervene when he was beated up every day in high school.
The bad news is that JPMorgan Chase has bought a stake in Twitter. The good news is that the bank's earnings reports will now be 140 characters or less.
Kathleen Parker has left the CNN show "Parker/Spitzer." CNN has decided to make the show less confrontational by replacing Parker with Charlie Sheen.
Moon over Hollywood
The Middle East is falling apart, but UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon spent the weekend in Los Angeles asking Hollywood to do even more to advance the green agenda. It's an outrageous fact, especially when everyone knows the Moon should have been demanding some real nude scenes with Scarlett Johansson.
1928: C.V. Raman discovers the "Raman Effect," which apparently has something to do with what happens to broke college students who eat noodles three meals a day.
1940: Basketball is televised for the first time, allowing dozens of illegitimate children to finally see their deadbeat dads.
1953: James D. Watson and Francis Crick announce to friends that they have determined the chemical structure of DNA... and found the cutest design for their new bedroom complete with paisley throw pillows.