-I suppose that it's all fine that admitted boy-banger Debra LeFave (LaFave? there are two spellings in the article) is benefiting from the wonders of modern pharmaceuticals. I have no comment. Okay, one:
Now LeFave says she's taking an online journalism class and wants to become a writer.
Listen, honey. I'm studying French online. Doesn't make me Edith Piaf.
-This from a Yahoo! email:
FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) A military jury has sentenced an Army dog handler to six months in prison for tormenting prisoners at Abu Ghraib with his animal.
I have an animal, too. It's a ssssssnake.
-Conservatives are whining about a study that found that whiny kids grow up to be conservatives.
-A crack Washington DC bomb squad did a number on what was probably a McDonald's bag.
Mazur said the package was thrown along the north fence line of the White House but was found to be harmless. "That package has been rendered safe," he said.
Um, if the package was found to be harmless, then it couldn't be "rendered safe," could it?
-An hyper-sensitive gaggle of Oxfordshire teachers have replaced Baa Baa Black Sheep with: Baa Baa Rainbow Sheep. They rammed the new rule through. Ewe gotta be kidding.
-French PM Farrah de Villepin is getting smacked from all sides for his handling of his CPE scheme. More riots to come. We'll be in Paris in May. I'll take pictures.
-Abdul Rahman, sentenced to death in Afghanistan for converting to Christianity may be saved by the insanity defense. Authorities suggested that if he had just had sex with a 14-year-old boy, he would have gotten off with house arrest.
-Basque separatist group Eta has been voted out of the competition for Armageddon Idol leaving just a handful of contenders left for the big prize of a recording contract with Bakunin Records. I bet the Tamil Tigers go next.
-Germans are said to be obsessed with something that is "difficult...colorless and bland." Yes it's...