Saturday, November 05, 2005

Weekend Special - Sautéed Cloves 5 November 2005

To help pay, for what many say will be a costly defense, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, and his new attorney, Ted Wells, will star in a Broadway production, from a script that Libby wrote, a comtemporary version of 'Mutt and Jeff'

In the third day of the trial, taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, the tiger, charged with Aggrevated Assault and Attempted Murder, against Roy Horn, of Siegfried and Roy, gave a dynamic demonstration, showing that his intentions were to pick up the fallen Roy and bring him to safety.

If convicted, the tiger may receive a sentence of 7-15-years in other Las Vegas shows.

When asked at a recent United Nations hearing, if the United States actually had the nerve to invade either Syria or Iran, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfield made a oblique reference, defiantly answering "Condi's got'em as big as this."

Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice is expected to file Sexual Harrassment charges against Vice President Dick Cheney and National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley for what Rice says is "constant, unwanted leering and sexually suggestive whispers".

The Vatican has increased its hunt for gay priests, now employing teams with specially trained dogs that can "sniff out homosexuals".

At a recent conference, Microsoft Chairman and Founder Bill Gates "scared the shit" out of Bill Clinton, when Gates went into details with the former president on just how far Microsoft intended to go before they were halted by the monoply and anti-trust suits brought on by the government

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