Headless HorsemanWatched the new vision of the Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow during the plane flight (minus the sound). Called "Sleepy Hollow", it features a Rambo-like monster who appears as adept with automatic weapons as with swords. I still can't figure out why in the initial confrontation a policeman didn't just shoot his horse?

Make it harder to rampage through Westchester. A future series is being considered in which the horseman is combined with the "Twilight" cast to product "The Headless Vampire". It turned out from the pilot it's not very exciting. He keeps forgetting he doesn't have a head so he sort of swabs the victims with his neck when he tries to bite them. ...... Finally got to see Miley Cyrus' now legendary music award performance. I kept thinking, "Our little girl's all grown up now." But folks, it was much more innocuous than the uproar would suggest. Surely, she was promoting "Sesame Street". With the large hand with the large index finger, she's simply trying to show us that the show is brought to us by the number "one". And possibly by the letters "t" and "a".  Got to give her credit for enthusiasm, although she does seem to have lost some of that child-like innocence. ... Visited the Jersey Shore for our usual holiday jaunt. Governor Chris Christie maybe right, the area is stronger than the storm, given the pace of recovery from last October's Hurricane Sandy. However, it is also clear it's not strong than a steady rain on Labor Day. What's not clear is whether the new boardwalk is strong enough to support the rotund governor. He should test it – he may need a platform to run on that can support him.

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