Monday, October 10, 2005

Holiday Special - Sautéed Cloves 10 October 2005

Happy Columbus Day!

Sources say that President Bush has become obsessed with taking responsibility for the government's poor response to Hurricane Katrina, greeting each plane-load of relief worker, to personally apologize and thank them for their work and efforts.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was arrested last Friday for allegedly threatening a subway toll collector during the heightened terror alert. Giuliani claims that he was only questioning the subway worker about the safety precautions and that it was his finger in his coat pocket and not a gun, which he demonstrated for the press.

In the terror alert issued last week, Homeland Security
offered an update on the vulnerability of trains, saying that, along with backpacks and luggage, terrorists may begin disguising bombs as elderly men walking with canes.

Barmaids at an Oktoberfest in Munich show their support for Harriet Miers and her nomination to the Supreme Court.

The Department of Justice is collaborating with the Department of Education, to help young Hispanic children learn about law and justice, with the release of a series of "Donde esta Alberto?" books.

This follows the successful joint effort of the D.O.E. and White House last year, with the popular "Donde está vice presidente Cheney".

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