Obama Is Declared Debate Winner, Lance Armstrong Loses Nike Contract, And Jason Kidd Opens Up About His Hamptons Arrest

First of all, I have to hand it to Kerry Ladka for earning the “Ultimate Cheap Plug For My Business” Award after he asked a question that he began by saying, ‘This question actually comes from a brain trust of my friends at Global Telecom Supply in Mineola yesterday. We were sitting around talking about Libya, and we were reading and became aware of reports that the State Department refused extra security for our embassy in Benghazi, Libya, prior to the attacks that killed four Americans. Who was it that denied enhanced security and why?”

That was the ultimate, ULTIMATE move for a small business owner getting the word out about his business. STRONG ISLAND BABY! He NAILED IT. NAILED IT. NAILED IT.

Somebody needs to buy that guy a beer. I shed a tear when I saw him do it so casually, it was a tear of pride, it made me proud to be from Long Island. I haven’t seen a move like that since my Dad said to me the other day, “Son, while I was thinking about how I raised and created you from my loins, I realized today that I need you to pick me up from the bus stop in Southampton and give me a ride home.”

Anyway, they are saying Obama won the debate. I’m gonna have to disagree. Obama looked better than last time, but Mitt Romney looked and sounded really good. At best, they were even. This election is tight.

Today, it was announced by Nike that Lance Armstrong is losing his contract with Nike. I bet that they regret making this commercial! I’m so sad about Lance Armstrong being a cheater, he was such a hero for me growing up.

In all fairness there is absolutely no way that Armstrong could have listed all the drugs he was on within this short commercial.

Oh, and Jason Kidd talked about his arrest for DWI this summer in the Hamptons. The New York Post today wrote up an article where they interviewed Kidd in regards to the arrest…

Jason Kidd insists his DWI arrest over the summer didn’t throw his focus off the game. “My job and my personal stuff are two separate things,” the 39-year-old Knick told us at the team’s season tip-off event at the Beacon Theatre. “My job is different as I’ve gotten older, and my job is to pass the information I have to these younger guys and help them to be successful.”

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