Sunday, November 19, 2006

Weekend Special - Sautéed Cloves 19 November 2006

A promotional stunt by the Hong Kong Disneyland caused widespread panic, as residents living near amusement park began a hysterical exodus from the city, causing scores of deaths and injuries, fearing a long-held superstition had come to fruition, of giant rats overtaking the land

Fox News star Bill O’Reilly defended the network, after a memo was leaked, showing directions from Fox News Vice President John Moody on how to report the news the day after the Midterm elections, in a biased and partisan way. O’Reilly said the charges were “ridiculous” and that “nobody has to make up things for me to say ... I do a damn good job of that myself every night ...”

Newly-elected as Senate Minority Leader, Trent Lott (R-MS) said that one his main priorities in the next Congress was to get a bill passed for national holiday for his late colleague, Senator Strom Thurmond. Said Lott “If someone like a Dr. King can get one, and a memorial now, to boot, it is an outrage that a great patriot like Senator Thurmond isn’t celebrated in similar fashion.”

Vice President Dick Cheney, speaking at the Federalist Dinner last week, said, though time is running out, two-years is more than enough to create “absolute power” for the Executive Branch and make the President, and himself, “immune from every law on the planet”

President Bush, and Russian President Vladimir Putin used the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference in Vietnam to debut the new “Super President” suits, that safeguards the pair from giving each other hearty belly kisses

Perhaps from the stress of the Midterm elections, or the freedom in knowing he’s a lame duck for the last two years in office, while in Vietnam, President Bush stunned his staff, not to mention the First Lady, by having his mistress accompany him on the trip. The White House quickly dismissed that there was any trouble, saying the President was “just going through a William Holden-Suzy Wong phase”

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