TGIF/ Weekend edition - November 21-23, 2008
Palin's turkey pardon interview becomes too grisly for some
Mukasey Collapse Spurs Chemical Sweep
Republican Rep. Hoekstra accuses CIA of cover-up
Thank you for your gift of Republicans to amuse me and to continuously make me scratch my head in wonder, I do again give thanks.
Your loving child,
Ted - Wonkette post
Somali pirates lose oil tanker to Nigerian e-mail scam. “I feel really betrayed,” says pirate leader. “My cousin works there!” - Laugh Lines
Sarah has replaced Dubya with her incomplete sentences and talk show host style. Until she acts as though she has a modicum of gravitas she is fabulous fodder for comedians all over the world.
And then she poses in front of a turkey chop-o-matic after a public relations photo pardoning a turkey -- thank you, Sarah, I haven't laughed that hard since Bush said he gave up golf for the Iraq war.
In Case You Missed The Video Of Sarah and The Turkey Slaughter
The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without George W. Bush
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4201 The Associated Press
US mil: American soldier dies in Iraq The Associated Press
US forces kill senior Al Qaeda in Iraq leader Christian Science Monitor
US contractors lose immunity in Iraq security deal The Associated Press
US details role for additional Afghan forces The Associated Press
India navy 'to go after pirates' BBC News
Baghdad to kill stray dogs after fatal attacks
Pentagon Cyber Attacked!
The Pentagon has suffered
from a cyber attack so alarming that it has taken the unprecedented step of
banning the use of external hardware devices, such as flash drives and DVD's,
FOX News has learned.
"President-elect Obama met with former political rival John McCain. Both men said it was a relief to put their differences aside, sit down, and really make fun of Sarah Palin." --Conan O'Brien
19000 children died in Sichuan earthquake, China says International Herald Tribune, France
big domestic automakers are now saying they are working jointly on a new hybrid
car. It runs on a combination of state and federal bailout money." --Jay
Bush Still Waiting To Be Greeted With Flowers
Followers of a Shiite cleric
stomped on and burned an effigy of President George W. Bush in the same central
Baghdad square where Iraqis beat a toppled statue of Saddam Hussein with
their sandals five years earlier.
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Bush angers environmentalists with last-minute rule changes Los Angeles Times
US Troops Attacked, Not In Iraq But the Philippines
American troops traveling in a Philippine army convoy came under fire this week from suspected Muslim militants on southern Jolo island but there were no casualties, the U.S. Embassy reported Thursday.
"Once he becomes president, Barack Obama will not be allowed to use his Blackberry, or even his email anymore for, security reasons. Obama says, even if he can't email, he still wants to be the first president to have a laptop on his desk in the Oval Office. See, Bush thought he had a laptop. Turns out it was just an Etch-a-Sketch." --Jay Leno
Verizon Says Employees Hacked Obama's Account
Guess What John McCain Has Been Up To?
John McCain had better be planning on using instrumental music from the 19th century for his next Senate seat run. After a lawsuit he filed against singer/songwriter Jackson Browne in the U.S. District Court in California this week, he’ll probably alienate any musicians who haven’t already asked him to stop using their songs during his failed presidential bid.
According to a new study from the University of the Maryland, unhappy people watch more TV. So, let me begin by saying, Republicans, how are you? --Jay Leno
Fun Civics Test
Maybe, Maybe Not?
Hillary Rodham Clinton has decided to give up her Senate seat and accept the position of secretary of state, making her the public face around the world for the administration of the man who beat her for the Democratic presidential nomination, two confidants said Friday.
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Gas Prices Spiral Down to Near $2 Wall Street Journal
Citigroup stock bounces on sale talk CNNMoney.com
New York Times Co. cuts dividend by 74%
Google Tool Lets Users Edit Search Wall Street Journal
Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 planned for 2009 Register, UK
The economy's fallen and it can't get up. - Grant Gerver
Bruce Willis Wants Money Back
A Malaysian technology conglomerate pledged Friday to repay $900,000 to Hollywood star Bruce Willis, but denied any wrongdoing after he took legal action to demand a refund of his investment.
OK, God, if there is an open door for me somewhere, this is what I always pray,
I'm like, don't let me miss the open door. Show me where the open door is. Even
if it's cracked up a little bit, maybe I'll plough right on through that and
maybe prematurely plough through it, but don't let me miss an open door,"
Sarah Palin told Fox interviewer Greta Van Susteren
Conservatives call on Bush to free Muslim Uighurs The Associated Press
Judge orders release of 5 Guantanamo prisoners Los Angeles Times
he's a kind of a techno guy, the press is calling Obama the first wired
president. As opposed to President Bush, who was the first wiretap president." --Jay
Hearing set on Cheney indictment International Herald Tribune
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Massive Martian Glaciers Found Slashdot
In this image
provided by the Kronenberg Foundation in Warsaw on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008, a
computer-generated reconstruction of what astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus may
have looked like on the basis of a skull discovered in the cathedral in Frombork,
northern Poland, is seen. Polish and Swedish researchers said Thursday they have
identified the remains of Nicolaus Copernicus by comparing DNA from a skeleton
they have found with that taken from hair retrieved from one of the 16th-century
I wish you all a peaceful weekend.