Monday, February 04, 2008

News That You Know

The Giants win the Super Bowl, but Pat's coach Bill Belichick decides to leave before the final whistle blows.

This is getting way too much press. The news is not focusing on the oustounding underdog victory, but the manner in which the pretestious New England coach takes the blow. Typical of the simple-minded Media.

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao has urged people to "have faith" that some of the worst snow storms in 50 years can be overcome, state media says.

This is laughable. First of all, I do feel bad for the Chinese. Second, maybe now they'll realize that the population in a tad out of hand if a snow storm can do this to THAT many people. And finally, a Communist government telling is people to "have faith" is laughable.

With the killing of Abu Laith al-Libi this week, the Taliban have suffered their biggest loss since being ousted from power in 2001, and they are left without their finest military brain just two months before their spring offensive.

Blah, blah, blah... How many times have a "top" or "number blah" guy been killed? It seems to happen every six months or so. So, by my calculations since the invasion of either Afghanistan or Iraq, we have killed 14 important people. Wow! I feel safe.

On the 31st students dressed in graduation gowns and carried mock-funeral portraits of themselves in front of the headquarters of president-elect Lee Myung-bak’s transition team to protest what they call rapidly increasing tutitions.

Hmmm... Maybe these kids should get jobs and spend money on tuition rather than blowing up fancy pics of themselves. They could have been working a shist at the Korean equivalent of Stuckey's.

Hillary Clinton is holding a national town hall meeting now on the Hallmark Channel.

That's right. She cried again. Enough said...

John Edwards vows to end all bad things by 2011!

This really isn't too far of a stretch.