Archive for November, 2006
“‘We have seen a report from news sources stating that embassy officials strongly suggested that President Bush’s daughters curtail their visit in Argentina,’ the U.S. Embassy said in a written statement. ‘This is false.”
See? The Twins got mad.
“What’s a few naked llama rides out on the Pampas to these jerk offs? Gawd, do you know who our Dad is, Gaucho Boy?
We’ll go when we go. Hey, Give the SS guy some more rufis, I don’t want to have to go out the window again.”
The Blotter “Amid a growing barrage of front-page headlines, U.S. embassy officials ‘strongly suggested’ President Bush’s twin daughters, Jenna and Barbara Bush, cut short their trip to Buenos Aires because of security issues, U.S. diplomatic and security sources tell ABC News.
But the girls have stayed on, celebrating their 25th birthday over the weekend and producing even more headlines about their activities.”
Tell the Bush Twins to stop partying? A suicide bomber would be timid about that one.
A trip to Target and the Supermarket two days before Thanksgiving weren’t as dreadful as I had girded myself for. Sales abounded.
The KitchenAid 8 piece cookery set was too good to pass. I needed a pot and pan that was going to add up to 70$ so why not spend 30 more and get everything I needed?
A double roaster, the smaller roaster can double as a lid, was also a steal at 17 dollars.
The Holiday Command-Thanksgiving Division, is going to have some good eating and some pleasant time doing it.
I haven’t seen what the tv line-up is for the holiday viewing but we have all the second season of Venture Bros and the Strangers with Candy DVD set. And the booze. Stocked, Pilgrims.
Iranians outraged as Google redraws map“The text of a tourist film on the site has drawn accusations that the US-owned search engine is deliberately trying to undermine Iran’s territorial integrity by fomenting separatist sentiment in the mainly Turkish-speaking province.”
Good Old, Friendly, Google. They ownz you, bitch.
First, throw the bums out.
Found at thisispopculture.com
“The Stern report last week predicted dire economic and social effects of unchecked global warming. In what many will see as a highly controversial polemic, Christopher Monckton disputes the ‘facts’ of this impending apocalypse and accuses the UN and its scientists of distorting the truth”
This is quite detailed and interesting. Another Brit proved earlier this year that the arctic chill that was going to freeze most of Europe was hogwash. Everybody got their computer model data wrong but refused to re-do it. There is no coming ice age to Europe. The United Nations is not flattered in this series.
Who do you believe anymore? Did Al Gore get hoodwinked again?
“No one was hurt in the three nearly simultaneous explosions, which occurred just after midnight. One bomb partially destroyed a Canadian-owned Scotiabank Inverlat branch, another seriously damaged the entrance to an auditorium at the headquarters of Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, and the third blew open a steel security door at the Federal Electoral Tribunal.”
These blasts were nearly simultaneous just after midnight. Given the time it doesn’t sound like killing people was the main intention.
But still, pretty tricky setting off three bombs and these were good sized. I sure hope none of these cross the border. But then Homeland Security will keep us all safe, right?