TGIF/Weekend edition - October 3-5, 2008




Illegal immigration slows as economy weakens
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA - 10-3-08
(10-02) 12:09 PDT WASHINGTON -- Illegal immigration has slowed in the past three years, and the influx of legal permanent immigrant residents in the United...


US nuclear experts wary of India deal
Seattle Times - 10-3-08
In January 2006, an Indian government agency purchased newspaper ads seeking help in building an obscure piece of metal machinery

No fatal slips as Biden, Palin tussle for the title of reformer
Boston Globe, United States - 10-3-08
WASHINGTON - In their sole debate, vice presidential candidates Joe Biden and Sarah Palin battled last night for the


BREAKING NEWS: House passes bailout - 10-3-08
The House on Friday passed a far-reaching and historic plan to bail out the nation's...



New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg in the news because he said heís interested in running for another term. There is resistance, however, because the law would have to be changed to allow for a third term. Yeah, itís not that people have a big problem with Mike Bloomberg. They just donít want to give President Bush any ideas. - Conan O'Brien





The-World-Is-A-Safer-Place-Without Saddam

Apathetic Iraqis


 Iraqi leaders are hoping Barack Obama wins the White House and speeds up the withdrawal of American troops from their country, while ordinary Iraqis seem indifferent to the US elections.



And a new poll shows that only one out of four people approve of the job President Bush is doing. That means when heís having dinner with his wife and two daughters, heís the only one at the table who thinks heís doing a good job. - Jay Leno





Disturbing News

California On Verge Of Financial Collapse?



California may need an emergency loan of up to $7 billion from the federal government within weeks, the Los Angeles Times on Friday quoted Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as saying in a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.

My Favorite Quote of the debate last night








Republican-Shenanigans News

Jack Abramoff Update


A federal judge has rejected the Bush administration's attempt to shield records that may shed light on the White House visits of now imprisoned lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

In several orders this week, U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth sided with watchdog groups Judicial Watch and Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics, which are suing the Secret Service and Department of Homeland Security for access to the logs.

Rock-The-Voter News

I Wish Our Politicians Would Do This: Imagine John Kerry Cold Cocking Dick Cheney


Taiwan's health minister was hospitalized Friday after he was allegedly attacked by opposition lawmakers angry over the government's response to the widening scandal over tainted Chinese milk products, witnesses said.



A model wears a short dress with a portrait of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill, a creation by French designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac during his spring-summer 2009 ready-to-wear collection presented in Paris, Friday, Oct. 3, 2008.
Photo/Michel Euler




Biz-Tech News


I donít want to panic people by saying the banks are doing badly, but at my bank today, they stole my pen.- Jay Leno





Bush-Prison-Torture News


Well, the latest trend in business now is car rental companies renting cars by the hour. See, thatís when you know the economy is shaky. Youíre on a business trip, youíre not sure if your company is going to last until the end of the day. - Jay Leno




Go-F**k-Yourself News




Subject: Yesterday's closing picture


OMG - that photo at the bottom today - the testicle dish - should have come with a warning signal higher up on the page!
Nearly threw up on my keyboard!


So sorry Diane...just trying to shake things up at AHNC!

Plus, one of my favorite foods is a big ol' chicken breast!


I need to put food gas on my family


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In this photo provided by RDW Management,Tina Turner performs at The Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008. This is the first concert of her tour. Photo/RDW Management, Andrew MacPherson