Sunday, February 12, 2006

Weekend Special - Sautéed Cloves 12 February 2006

In a press briefing today, defending his domestic wiretapping program, President Bush announced that, back in 2002, another Al-Qeada plot was foiled in Los Angeles

Terrorists, according to the President, disguised as Santa Clauses were to fan out across the city, stealing pets

New Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke
released a report on Friday that said U.S. Consumer spending and confidence was "sky high" for the month of January

To bolster his chances for the 2008 Presidential nomination, and to burnish his position on national defense, Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney volunteered to be First Lady Laura Bush's bodyguard at the Olympic Games in Torino, Italy

The New York City Police Department is purchasing the classic muscle car, ordering 15 2006 Dodge Chargers.

According to a department spokesperson, the cars will be used in a new program, clamping down on moonshining operations in the Big Apple.

Not everyone was disappointed in Michelle Kwan's withdrawl from the Olympic Games

Reports say that Janet Jones, actress wife of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, bet $25,000 that Kwan "would never lace up"

A new Olympic controversy opened up this morning, after the IOC ruled in favor of the late entry of newsman Ted Koppel and South Africa's Nelson Mandela for the Two-Man Bobsled competetion

Reportedly, Koppel will wear at "helmet-cam" and later produce a 10-hour documentry at his new network, The Discovery Channel

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