Saturday, October 29, 2005

Weekend Special - Sautéed Cloves 29 October 2005

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, still smarting from having to give doctored information to the United Nations, said on Friday that he'd like to give Vice President Dick Cheney and the freshly indicted Lewis "Scooter" Libby a "good backhand" for putting him in that position.




















Evidence unearthed by Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald may shed light on why recently indicted Congressman Tom DeLay was smiling for his mug shot. Fitzgerald found "talking points" from White House councilors that, if ensnared in the investigation, a reasonable defense of being "too busy to remember details of meetings or telephone calls" should replace the standard and often-used "I can't recollect".

Delay, along with Scooter Libby, is considering using such a defense, saying that "it's not that easy to keep track of laundered money".














The will of the late actor Bob Denver was read this past week. Denver left his entire estate, consisting of a bunch of bananas and a half-completed raft, to the Professor, Ginger and Maryann. Lawyers for Thurston Howell and his wife, as well as a spokesperson for Anna Nicole Smith said they plan to contest the will.


Major League Baseball's Winter Meetings plan on taking up the subject of public displays of affection on the playing field and there is talk of baseball adopting a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.



Researchers are optimistic at cracking the cause of the spreading Avian Flu. A recent study undertaken shows that birds who watch an average of, at least, four-hours ot televison a day are immune to the disease.























New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced on Friday that the city has hired teams of sumo wrestlers to ride and patrol the subway system as a defense against possible terrorists.

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