daylight savings time. You spring forward, then you fall back. Like Charlie Sheen getting out of bed.

An avid celebrity enthusiast, I will address the Halloween insanity from yesterday. Thank you to the Skankensteins for running amuck in the media.

1. Jessica Simpson announces her pregnancy. Phew, we can all rest easier knowing that some media company was stupid enough to pay her to tell people the obvious. And might I add, kudos that it’s not gas, weight gain or a food baby.

2. Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries file for divorce. I would like to congratulate E! on the biggest coup and most expensive wedding stunt. Shame on all of us for even talking about this gar-bage. If you can name one real thing about her or her marriage I’ll give you $5.

On to November. It feels like we have been here much longer than three months, and I mean that in a good way.

This weekend we got ahead of the game and signed up for daylight savings. Things I like about daylight savings: for a full week I’m an hour closer to EST — meaning I can harrass my friends and family back home at a semi-normal hour.

Things I hate about daylights savings:

Is that a 4? Yep. The sun is super tired these days and likes to go to bed early. The only bright side is that we have a solid month of this and then we’ll be back to gaining some sunshine each day around Christmas.

It is quite bizarre to not have any Publix Thanksgiving commercials on TV. Never thought I’d miss a turkey or the Macy’s Day Parade this much. With that said, instead of candy corn, send anything with a turkey on it, okay?

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