Friday, January 25, 2008

News That You Know

Guliani loses ground in Florida.

Somehow this guy thought that he could just relax while the rest of the country participated in the primary? He walked into it.


The Center for Public Integrity released findings that Bushco made at least 935 false statements in the run-up to and aftermath of the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

I'm happy that they did this, but why release it? We know that they have lied and honestly, I would say that 935 is a little low. I was thinking it around that number and hour. I guess we can't count claims like, "I'm a christian" and "I'm a compassionate conservative" in that tally. Imagine that number!


The masseuse who discovered Heath Ledger called Mary-Kate Olsen first.

First of all, why in the world would she do that? And secondly, anyone decent person (like Heath is presumed to have been) should have nothing to do with part of that eternal child acting duo.


The California Supreme Court declared that even if you have a prescription to medical marijuana, you can still get fired if you're high at work.

Why is that most of the people who need to have this prescription live in California? Did people actually have to be told that by the Supreme Court that smoking at or before work could get you fired? And finally, people who smoke that should be able to mask the fact that they are high. Come on! High-school sophomore's do it everyday.


Many people saw what they thought were UFO's flying over central Texas this week. The Air Force claims they were F-16 Fighter Jets.

Of course they had to be spotted over Texas or anywhere in the south for that matter. Do UFO's prefer to show themselves to hicks? Perhaps some those who have claimed to seen visitors in our sky were correct, but why does the government have to come up with an explanation for EVERY single sighting. Can't they just shrug their shoulders and say, "Beats me..."?


Korea's President-elect, Lee Myung-bak, has wasted no time and has already implemented many of his campaign promises. One being to change the educational system and force Korean students to learn every subject through English.

That includes Korean literature and history. This is laughable. Very ambitious, but this will never happen. Besides the fact that only 5% of the Korean English teachers now can barely teach a full hour of English language IN ENGLISH, I have a hard time seeing that rate skyrocket in the next couple of years. Also, what is the advantage of learning Korean literature in English? My take: They are trying to get rid of all the foreigners and keep them from stealing their women! Hahaha! Too late!

In the recent GOP debate, the candidates all agreed that Hillary would raise taxes.

This is amazing! After they all finished anonymous gay sex in the bathroom, they came up with a new GOP mantra, "The Dems will raise taxes!" These guys really seem to have the world right. America sure would be lucky to have one of these original, caring and intellectual men as it's leader.

2 comments:

Oncle Jean said...

You're preaching to the choir, at least my choir. Keep it up!

Mom said...

Now I can count on MSNBC and GWEEBC...