- A Ft. Wayne, IN, 10 year-old boy handed out ecstasy on the school bus, thinking the drug was candy. Now that's gotta be one happy school bus.
- My kind of religion: a Waco, TX, priest blesses a brand new Hooters restaurant.
- Finally, a movie George Clooney, Susan Sarandon, et al. can feel good about giving an Oscar to: an anti-America movie is huge over in Turkey. It stars Billy Zane as a crazed, homicidal American soldier and Gary Busey as a Jewish-American doctor who harvests the organs of Arab prisoners. Sounds like a winner.
- Two Dunkin' Donuts employees were arrested for spitting (and urinating) in police officers' coffee. That's why I make my own coffee, so I can get the coffee-spit-urine balance just right.
- You probably haven't heard because it's gotten barely any play in the mainstream media, but Dick Cheney was involved in a hunting accident. I really wish the press would reel in its coverage of stuff like Iran enriching uranium and focus more on stuff that affects us all like the Vice President's recreational exploits.
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
Hump Day News Round-Up
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I just today found out that there's only three degrees of separation between the hunting accident and myself. Small world.
You're a quail?
Nope, but I have a connection to one of the members in the shooting party at the ranch.
Which reminds me of my favorite Wall Street quote: "I've got a connection at the airport."
I didn't know you were Catholic?
what kind of treatment do you think those DD employees (moving on from the hooters story, by the way) are getting while locked-up?
I have to say, I don't think it's fair to accuse the DD employees of urinating in the coffee if no one actually saw them doing it -- just because the coffee tastes like urine, doesn't mean it *is* urine.
jasdye - Whatever religion endorses Hooters, that's what I am. And those DD guys are probably having an easier time in lock up than the child molestors. Their food probably gets spit in, though.
law fairy - I've been out of law school too long. I should've thrown an "alleged" or two in there.
yeah, LF's right.
it all depends on what your definition of 'is' is.
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