Monday edition - November 6, 2006
Cheney dusting off his shotgun
HYPOCRITE GAY-SEX REV. ADMITS ALL
Bill O'Reilly Caught Up In Kansas Abortion Flap
I consulted my Magic Eight Ball about the outcome of tomorrow's election.
"The Bush administration is now spending tens of millions of dollars on an ad campaign to convince unmarried adult Americans to stop having sex. So, we're trying to stay the course in Iraq and stop the intercourse here at home." --Jay Leno
Saddam, 2 co-defendants sentenced to hang for Dujail killings
US troop deaths reported Los Angeles Times, CA
Two US soldiers die in Iraq crash BBC News, UK
Curfew in Iraq in wake of Saddam verdict Houston Chronicle
Bush 'shrugs off' Army Times anti-Rumsfeld editorials Chicago Tribune
Families of British troops killed in Iraq go to court demanding ... International Herald Tribune, France
Turkish official warns of chaos if Iraq is split up Los Angeles Times, CA
Japan rejects N Korean talks call BBC News
Liquid versus Smoke
Voters in Colorado Tuesday
will be deciding a measure that would legalize marijuana possession.
SAFER Colorado, the group backing Proposition 44, is pointing to President Bush and Vice President Cheney as reasons to approve it.
An ad in the Greeley Tribune has a picture of Bush along with copy that reads: "In 1972, this man tried to fight his dad when he was drunk. Just one more reason to vote 'Yes on 44."' It's a reference to an incident in 1972 when Bush was 26.
Another ad in The Gazette of Colorado Springs features Cheney, saying: "Shot his friend in the face after drinking. Just one more reason to vote 'Yes on 44."'
"The decisions did not get made that should have been. They didn't get made in a timely fashion, and the differences were argued out endlessly.… At the end of the day, you have to hold the president responsible.… I don't think he realized the extent of the opposition within his own administration, and the disloyalty." - Richard Perle - Vanity Fair Interview
Note: The photographs by Annie Liebowitz are extraordinary
to Google trends people in the world most likely to look up homosexual activity
are in Saudi Arabia, which is the ultimate dilemma for Republicans: gays with
oil -- what do we do now?" --Jay Leno
HERCUBUSH! - You Tube
Shutting Down the Messengers
After Saddam Hussein was
sentenced to hang on Sunday, Iraqi security forces closed two Sunni Muslim
television stations for violating curfew and a law that bans airing material
that could undermine the country's stability, the Interior Ministry said...The
Iraqi government closed the Baghdad news office of Al-Jazeera television in
August 2004, accusing the station of inciting violence.
office is still closed
Imelda Marcos Returns
first lady Imelda Marcos, who made headlines for her vast shoe collection, is
embarking on a new project a fashion line.
The 77-year-old widow of dictator Ferdinand Marcos told reporters Monday that she planned to launch "The Imelda Collection" of fashion jewelry and accessories on Nov. 18.
My version of Imelda's Ultimate Bling
SC governor eyes injured from lighting Jordan Falls News, Iowa
Web sweeping election coverage Reuters
A Scene We'd Love To See - YouTube 9 sec.
Cursing the Messenger
The campaign of gubernatorial front-runner Charlie Crist received some 11th-hour attention Friday it probably could have done without.
Gov. Jeb Bush, traveling
with the attorney general and fellow Republican during a stop in Orlando,
bristled when television reporter Steven Cooper interrupted another reporter to
ask about Crist's sexuality.
"Put a smile on your face and don't be such a horse's ass," Bush said.
Kerry's still pretty mad. Did you hear what he said about the press secretary,
Tony Snow? He said he was a stuffed shirt, White House mouthpiece standing
behind a podium. John Kerry calling you a stuffed shirt? Isn't that like Mark
Foley calling you a pervert?." --Jay Leno
"GOP Congressman Don Sherwood of Pennsylvania was recently sued by his Peruvian mistress for allegedly beating and strangling her. Now Sherwood has admitted to having a mistress but denies beating and strangling her. Still, there's probably not a Republican that would be caught dead in the same room as that guy [on screen: Pres. Bush speaking at a Sherwood event]. Oh. Apparently, the president believes his popularity still slightly lower than an alleged Peruvian mistress strangler." --Jon Stewart
Oil slips below $59 Reuters
New $30bn city for Saudi Finance24
Google targets newspaper advertising Seattle Post Intelligencer
Virus creators target Wikipedia BBC News, UK
“I had a strange thing happen last night. A knock on my door. I open it. It's a kid, says, ‘Trick-or-treat.’ And I go, ‘Trick-or-treat? Aren't you, like, two days late?’ He goes, ‘No, I'm dressed as a FEMA worker.’” - Jay Leno
Joe Wilson talks about Plame leak at meeting Times Herald-Record, NY
“But here is good news. Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney got a full endorsement from President Bush. That's like Curly and Larry getting a vote of confidence from Moe.” -- David Letterman
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Professor studies mind-stomach link AP
Nude couple's feud ends at Waffle House AP
Officer claims wife put pot in meatballs San Jose Mercury News
Man stabbed by antlers after accident AP
Dolphin reveals an extra set of ‘legs’ MSNBC
A rendering of a conceptual design for a quieter, environmentally friendly passenger plane unveiled by Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Cambridge University researchers at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London November 6, 2006. Photo/MIT Cambridge University Silent Aircraft Initiative
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