Culture and Politics

Bushes Woes: Both foreign and domestic

It’s about time. First Paul Martin, and now Colombian President Alvaro Uribe: Leave us the f* alone!

U.S. lawmakers say Bush may have broken the law by spying on U.S. citizens. Arlen Spector wants to investigate. Question: How does one get to be a Senator without first having read the Bill of Rights?


Tis the Season

Most Americans find the battle between Repubs and Dems over what to call the holiday we celebrate around winter solstice time pretty silly. Perhaps the real reason is to divert attention from torture, taxes, Hillary and DeLay.

Think the Christmas v. Holiday battle is tough in the states? Santanarchists are rampaging Auckland by “throwing rocks and bottles, stealing from stores and urinating in public.”


Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

Bill Gates seems to get more ink for giving away money than for making it. Bono shares.

Latest celebrity prenup tip: Limiting your wife’s weight to 120 pounds or she forfeits $100,000. Great weight loss plan, too.


Trends

People are now sending e-mails to themselves, set for delivery sometime in the future. Just hope the message doesn’t get caught in a spam filter while traveling through parallel universes.

Chicago bar serves up 950 dollar cocktail. For that amount of money, I’m getting laid — non-aggression principle or not.

1 Comment
  1. “Question: How does one get to be a Senator without first having read the Bill of Rights?”

    Allow me to answer a question with a question: Since when is reading ANY bill OR the constitution a requirement?