Tuesday edition - May 18, 2010





Scientists: Spill could reach Fla. Keys by Sunday


TAMPA, Fla. – University scientists are forecasting that oil from the spill off Louisiana could reach Florida's Key West by Sunday.

BP Refinery Safety Record Industry's Worst: Watchdog
NPR (blog) - Frank James - 5-18-10
BP is battling a massive oil well spill in the Gulf of Mexico after an April 20 platform blast that killed 11 workers. But the firm has been under intense

Top offshore oil drilling official to resign
Reuters - Jeff Mason, Will Dunham - ‎5-18-10
HOUSTON (Reuters) - A top US official who oversees offshore oil drilling at the Minerals Management Service will resign on May 31, an Obama administration


Miss Michigan, Rima Fakih, a Lebanese- American, was named Miss America. Wonder if she was detained during the swimsuit competition by Miss Arizona.- Will Durst





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Uh Oh


An Israeli newspaper is reporting that excavators clearing ground for a museum dedicated to tolerance in Jerusalem have dug up more than 1,000 skeletons from a Muslim cemetery.





Disturbing News


"He said, 'I have not engaged in any homosexual behavior whatsoever.' But you know what dude, when you go to a website called RentBoy.com, which he did, and that website says, 'For the tightest asses on the internet, click here' – and then you click there – I think that's homosexual behavior." –Bill Maher, on Rev. George Rekers, who was caught returning from an overseas trip with a male prostitute




Sarah Palin: ‘Amend Arizona’s SB1070, With SPF 70′

By Don Davis



Rentboy Scandal Update

In light of Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum's role in spending over $120,000 in taxpayer money on hiring discredited witness George Rekers, today Florida Democratic Party Chair Karen Thurman demanded McCollum pay back the State of Florida for the full cost of the funds he steered towards the so-called 'expert' embroiled in the "Rentboy scandal."


Republican-Shenanigans News



Aging Anti-Semite


Syndicated Columnist Pat Buchanan's controversial column from last week that essentially claimed too many Jews would be on the Supreme Court if nominee Elena Kagan joined the group received two more criticisms today.






"'Robin Hood' opens this weekend. Robin Hood is famous for stealing from the rich and giving to the poor, which made him a folk hero in 12th century England. Nowadays, we call that sort of thing 'communism.' If someone was stealing from the rich and giving to the poor in America, Glenn Beck would go insane — more insane." – Craig Ferguson




Rock-The-Voter News


"Nancy Pelosi told Catholic leaders they need to support the Democratic version of immigration reform, and to preach it from the pulpit. She would have said more but she had to leave to attend a rally for the separation of church and state." –Jay Leno




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Biz-Tech News

Wal-Mart Update


Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, said Tuesday it achieved a record net profit of 3.32 billion dollars in the first quarter on the back of strong sales abroad.



In a new interview, B.P.’s C.E.O. said that the Gulf Coast oil spill is relatively “tiny” compared to the “very big ocean.” That’s like telling someone who’s just been shot not to worry about the bullet because they’re really, really fat.- Jimmy Fallon




Bush-Prison-Torture News


Did you see the new Miss U.S.A. Pageant over the weekend. Miss Michigan won. Congratulations to Miss Michigan. And, well, it gets better. John McCain has already selected her as his 2012 running mate.- David Letterman




Go-F**k-Yourself News


"NBC canceled 'Law & Order' after 20 seasons. It's too bad, but they had to make room for the new Jay Leno show, 'Jaw & Order.'" –Craig Ferguson


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Odd News

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A long-nosed tree frog is seen in this photo released May 17, 2010. Scientists exploring a remote Indonesian forest say they have uncovered a collection of new species, including the tree frog, a yellow-eyed gecko and the world's smallest known wallaby. Photo/National Geographic/Tim Laman




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