Tuesday edition - October 6, 2009
Sarah Palin-Signed Xbox 360 Starts At $1.1 Million
McChrystal and Gates Raise Tension in Afghanistan Debate
Levi Johnston makes light of unprotected sex with Bristol Palin in ...
Yep, Sarah chose the right title for her book. But I would've titled it: Going, Going, Gone, ROGUE!
why you're happy tonight. Because after all these months of seeing these tea
baggers hold up signs of Obama with the Hitler mustache painted on, we have
proof now that Obama isn't Hitler. Because when Hitler tried to get the Olympics
he got it." --Bill Maher
10 Afghan Troops Killed in Helmand, Nuristan Fighting Voice of America
Afghan, US troops kill 40 militants in east The Associated Press
Well, let's be big about it. Congratulations to the citizens of Rio de Janeiro. They spent all day today partying, doing the samba in the streets with the breasts hanging out and then they heard about the Olympics and then they were even more thrilled." --Bill Maher
I Wonder If Rush Will Keep All The Black Players?
Published and broadcast reports say radio personality Rush Limbaugh and St. Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts are joining together in a bid to purchase the St. Louis Rams.
Thanks for the graphic, Rick!
Cash In Those Gold Fillings!
Gold for December delivery rose as high as $1,038.00 an ounce in electronic trade, topping the previous record of $1,033.90 in March 2008. It recently gained $16.30, or 1.6%, to $1,034.10 an ounce.
"At the White House this week they had a marathon strategy session on Afghanistan. It lasted three hours. The media went nuts. They couldn't believe that people spent three hours in one place. Three hours somewhere? Or as the rest of America calls it, a doctor's appointment." --Bill Maher
Republican Legislators Continue Efforts To Slow Net Neutrality Regs Broadcasting & Cable
"Iran on Thursday agreed to open its newly-revealed uranium enrichment plant to international inspectors in the next few weeks, and to send most of its enriched uranium to Russia to be turned into fuel. See, nothing to worry about. They're just enriching tons of uranium and sending it to Russia ... wait, what?" --Seth Meyers
review at Acorn, the embattled community organizing group,
revealed that its
founderís brother had embezzled $5 million from the group, five times more than
the amount disclosed, according to a subpoena served Monday by the Louisiana
attorney general. But the organizationís chief executive denied that any
internal review had revealed that figure.
"Sarah Palin's book is big, 400 pages. She wrote the book herself and agonized over every word, and so will you." --David Letterman
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interesting times here at NBC, at this network. The latest show business rumor
-- it's a big rumor -- is that the Comcast cable company is thinking about
buying NBC. Yeah. Comcast says they're interested in NBC because they've decided
to get out of the television business." --Conan O'Brien
Seventy-Five Guantanamo Prisoners Cleared For Release The Public Record
Olympic Committee, it came down to one simple question -- where do you want to
go to spend your summer vacation? The land where super models invented bikini
wax? The land where fat guys invented deep dish pizza?" --Bill Maher
Yes, another glorious day without Dick Cheney badmouthing Obama and the Democrats.
"Right now, I would give anything to be hiking on the Appalachian Trail." - David Letterman referring to his recent sex scandal
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Swiss court rejects Roman Polanski's bid for prison release New York Daily News
To Help You Deflate Photo
is projected above a mobile phone by a 3D projector (not in picture) displayed
in the HoloAD booth at the 2009 Taiwan International Invention Show and
Technomart in Taipei September 25, 2009. The four-day event hosted some 600
inventors and institutions at the Taipei World Trade Center.