According to Mail Online (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1061516/Is-Katy-Perry-kissing-girls-Singer-flirty-time-female-friend.html) Perry does have a boyfriend but I tip my hat to her for following through on this whole "I Kissed a Girl" thing.
* GOTTA LOVE THE BLOGOSPHERE: Aside from providing an all-too-easy opportunity to run a picture of Katy Perry kissing a girl, blogging on this site is an awesome way to reach out and touch total strangers without worrying about being hit with a Taser or a restraining order.
* OK, THAT'S NICE BUT WHERE'S THE REST OF THE $10 MILLION?: Brewers relief pitcher Eric Gagne picked up the tab for 5,000 tickets to Thursday's game and gave them away to fans (http://blogs.jsonline.com/brewers/archive/2008/09/25/gagne-offers-free-tickets-to-fans.aspx).
It's actually a really cool move by the former Cy Young winner but I don't know if it makes up for what a monumental, overpaid flop the man has been this season.
Gagne landed a $10 million contract to be Milwaukee's closer but he fell flat on his face and lost the job to journeyman Solomon Torres.
I'll throw Gagne a bone and admit that he's put up decent numbers since the All-Star break, but overall he has a 5.56 ERA with seven blown saves which could cost the Brew Crew a playoff spot.
Milwaukee is tied with the Mets for the wild card heading into the day.
Of course, Gagne is the same guy who put up a 6.75 ERA with three blown saves for the Red Sox last season so what was Brewers GM Doug Melvin thinking when he handed him $10 million?
According to the Brewers' Web site, the most expensive ticket at Miller Park goes for $60 a pop and 5,000 of those babies doesn't even add up to the veteran minimum major-league salary.
If the Brewers spend October at home Gagne should keep on buying tickets to make up for his putrid performance.
Do 5,000 Brewers fans feel like going to a Packers game? How about a couple of Bucks games? Just call up Gagne, it's the least he can do.