Archive for July 15th, 2003
Cute but overdone anti-Bush “Dubya Resume” including such dubious accomplishments as:
I am the first president in decades to execute a
I am the first president in US history to enter office
with a criminal record.
In the first year in office I set the all-time record
for most days on vacation by any president in US
Touring exhibit tests the limits of copyright
Artists by nature challenge conventions and make us think about what we
Think Barbie in a Blender,the Starbucks logo, but says ”Consumer Whore,”
My ignorance of what is euphemistically known as the fair sex is exceeded only by the abject failure of all of the stratagems I have developed over the years to remedy that ignorance. So let me take advantage of the relative anonymity of this forum to broach a few questions to any hypothetical female readers out there.
Is there a female equivalent to the flood of penile augmentation advertising which so persistently manages to evade the concerted efforts of the legions of white-hat wizards madly designing email filters and anti-spamming software? more…
Obviously not because of my previous posting on the topic pointing out the incredible linguistic chauvinism of America, the Mass Legislature yesterday backtracked on their blanket condemnation of bi-lingual programs. Specificallly, they voted to continue, and in some cases expand, support for so-called ‘two-way’ programs in which English-speaking kids and other-language-kids learn each other’s languages simultaneously…..
“I quickly remembered the homework assignments I had given a few of my boys the night before. I made my way down to another tent to see if they had been diligent in fulfilling my assignment. As expected they each had taken the time to provide me with the list of where they wanted to work in the new Iraq.”
“My favorite air force general had spent his time writing down he ideas for successfully rebuilding the new government and the new army. His insights are amazing. His profound ideas rejuvenated my positive attitude, propelling me into a number of great uplifting discussions with other generals.”
As everyone who follows the Blogs knows by now, fab Presidential contender
This is the first time ever that a Presidential Candidate has held forth
The party of President Fox was hit by voter dissatisfaction over the state of the economy and the seeming inability of the president to make meaningful headway with his reforms. Despite the issue of Congressional deadlock over reforms, we are still positive about Mexico’s medium-term prospectsfor investors….
GULLIN, China. — Soon to appear in the Guiness Book of World Records,
The Guilin Latex Company has applied to the publishers of the Guinness
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Workers at a motel found a dead man under a mattress Sunday while cleaning a room where a guest had spent three nights, complaining repeatedly about a foul odor, police said.
The guest first complained about the smell when he checked in Thursday at the Capri Motel, just east of downtown Kansas City. But management told the man nothing could be done about the odor, police Capt. Rich Lockhart said in a media release.
The man checked out Sunday because he said he could no longer tolerate the smell, Lockhart said.