Jay LenoWith "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno being forced out of his job after 22 years, millions of fans will be sitting forlornly in front of their TVs with cutouts of Leno's face pasted to the screen. There were many celebrities paying tribute to Leno on his last broadcast, including Kim Kardashian, who displayed the talents that made her famous, whatever those are. However, when she turned to embrace Jay with her back to the camera, we were shown the proof.

... The Denver Broncos showed convincing evidence in the Super Bowl that they are not using performance enhancing drugs. Losing quarterback, Peyton Manning said, "I'm going to Disneyworld." Turns out he wasn't delusional – He just wants to forgot about the whole thing. ... There have been a number of articles recently about allowing cars communicate with each other. Cars talking to each other? I can see the discussion in New York. "Hey, watch where you're goin'. I'm drivin' here. Where'd you learn to drive, Intel? Yeah, and so's your old man." ... Just a day after a study was published that says intake of great amounts of sugar can produce heart attacks, another report says Coke wants to have a machine in every home. The plan would let consumers blend their own drinks. The company signed a deal with Keurig-maker Green Mountain Coffee Roasters to bring the machine to market this year. A follow-up deal calls for the parties to produce a home defibrillator. ...... The new movie, "Vampire Academy" is opening this weekend. I was thinking, "Great, just what we need – a film about prep-school vampires."  ... The Russians are over-reacting to reports that bomb material designed to disrupt the Olympics. may be smuggled in toothpaste tubes. Several people who went to bathrooms to refresh were cuffed and wrestled to the ground. What they really need to be on the lookout for are toothpaste tubes that promise fresh breath and quick detonation. Another report says the Olympic organization purchased 100,000 condoms for athletes at the events. Good to see someone promoting closer international relations. I assume these will be largely for the pairs competitions.

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