Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Good news, hopefully...

News flash: people don't like Lurch.

Now, whether he'll pay attention is another story. In the article David Wade, a Kerry spokesman, dismissed the value of such polls and noted the senator's comeback to capture his party's 2004 presidential nomination: "A lot of pundits and prognosticators have lost a lot of dough pronouncing John Kerry politically dead".

True, but then in 2004 most of America didn't know who the hell John Kerry was. I think that now, after 2004, we do.

For the record, while I voted for Kerry in 2004 it was a case of voting for the lesser of two evils, not because he was a great candidate.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

The perfect Thanksgiving lead-in

Unfortunately, their plan to get a wicked case of the mucnhies failed. Then again, they don't have Thanksgiving in Holland, do they?

Group scraps attempt to smoke biggest joint

This may mark the first time that a group of people decided not to get stoned because "it might be illegal".

Wednesday, November 08, 2006


Saw the headline and thought they meant Bill. 'cause we need a new weaponized version of the blue screen of death...

Bush taps Gates to replace Rumsfeld

Oh, and one more thing: what's with that use of the word "tap"? I mean, did he actually tap the guy? Like walk over and poke him on the shoulder and ask him to take the job, like an awkward Sophomore boy trying to find a date for Homecoming? 'cause that's kind of a sweet image if you can ignore the whole "sending people to kill people" part of the job...