Happy Groundhog Day, everybody. So much water cooler talk, so little energy. I watched the Super Bowl . . . ish. Saw a few ads. Missed the Boss. Loved the end of the game. Hated the refs. Amazed at how uncomfortable The Office can make me. Ready for baseball.
Now, on to The View. Guesses came from two main schools: those who think it's new and those who think it's been on for way too long . . . okay, maybe both those schools are in general agreement. But we had quite a few guesses from 1990 land and then another big batch from post 2000 ville. I was of the second school, thinking that this particular daytime talk show was one of the after effects of 9/11. But, alas, we can't blame the terrorists for this one. Barbara and friends have been chatting it up since 1997. Nobody got it exactly right, but these three came within a year:
Kyle, Jacqueline, and Paul C (the C stands for Chatfest). Here's today's question, and let's settle this once and for all:
Did Al Gore really tell Wolf Blitzer, "I took the initiative in creating the Internet"?