Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Hump Day News Round-Up

  • Gerald Ford is still alive.
  • Some movie about a monkey that goes apeshit opens today. Yeah, I'd never heard of it, either.
  • Former Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti has become the first lawyer to charge $1,000 per hour. Maybe I should give the bar exam another go.
  • Whoever loses, I win: It's the greenies vs. animal rights nuts regarding the construction of a wind farm in the UK.
  • An anonymous person put four gold coins worth $4,000 in a Salvation Army collection kettle in Denver, CO. Also, a woman donated a diamond ring. That just warms the cockles, doesn't it?

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