Headlines by RawStory
Ford Mustang Blog
George Bush is being briefed in the Oval Office on the day's Iraq news..
"Finally, sir," the staffer says, "five Brazilian soldiers were killed in Iraq today."
Bush goes pale, his jaw hanging open in stunned disbelief. He buries his face in his hands, muttering "My God...My God".
"Mr. President," the staffer says, "we lose soldiers all the time, and it's terrible, but I've never seen you so upset. What's the matter?"
Bush looks up and says "How many thousands are in a brazilian'?"
I got this via e-mail, but I thnk it's one version of the George Bush resume posted on Topple Bush) note the last line):
(1 comment, 1046 words in story) Full Story
You've heard of the piece of chocolate drippings that some workers think resembles the Virgin Mary? The one that has given at least one employee "renewed faith?" Well exactly where was the chocolate Virgin Mary when this guy needed heavenly chocolate intervention?
(263 words in story) Full Story
In case you missed it, the Republicans in Indiana's Allen County recently had this little problem of having 11 candidates disqualified because the party's Executive Director, Doug Foy, forged their signatures on the official filing forms. Boy, what an odd, unexpected, unforeseeable action by the county party's Executive Director.
(498 words in story) Full Story
If you wondered where tomorrow's absurdist comedians are coming from, quit wondering; the White House is a fertile training ground.
(268 words in story) Full Story
Sports seem to be an absolute magnet for religious people and concepts. We've all seen the winning athletes credit their success to God's will and God-given talent, while the losers are strangely silent on God's sudden dislike of them and their own sudden lack of God-given talent.
Now there is a report that a major league baseball team, the Colorado Rockies, have embraced "a Christian-based code of conduct they believe will bring them focus and success."
(1 comment, 600 words in story) Full Story
Some people think Fux News serves no useful purpose. Those people would be wrong. Few people realize that Fux News is owned by the Society To Aid Young Propagandists-In-Greed (this organization can be researched on standard Charitable Organization Indexes by searching for STAYPIG).
(2 comments, 220 words in story) Full Story
Pollyanna had nothing on today's politicians and journalists. Witness this take by Dan Arnall of ABC on yesterday's grim report of only 75,000 new jobs last month:
(207 comments, 475 words in story) Full Story
Weblog Empire - Credit Card Offers - Banking - Lemon Law - PDA Accessories - Articles 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13