Friday, April 10, 2009

Around the moronosphere in 60 minutes 4/10/09

Ace of Spades (jack M.) - Obama flies chef 860 miles to make him a special pizza - An afterthought: You know, Democrats, Obama is the head of your party. You freaking own him.

So I don't want to see you lecturing the CEO's of bailout companies about using private jets to petition the government, when your guy is jetting dudes across the country to make him a few slices of 'Za.

Betsy's Page - Googling the stimulus funds - You might think that two high-ranking elected officials would have ways to learn such things, but the fact is, they don't. At the moment, the best tools Cantor and Thune have are Google and the Lexis-Nexis newspaper database.

Bitter Lawyer via Instapundit - Advancing your legal career with fake boobs

Conservative Belle - Lobbyists give a huge return on investment

Invincible Armor - Dutch TV show exonerates Osama bin Laden - Theo Van Gogh and Ayann Hirsi Ali are deeply relieved that their countrymen can no longer be considered anti-Islamic bigots.


Other Stuff

Slashdot - Red Dwarf returning - No word on a US airdate :-(

BBC - Armstrong leak riles cycling boss - The head of world cycling says France's anti-doping agency (AFLD) acted unprofessionally in a drugs test conducted on Lance Armstrong in March.

LA Times - Ethanol demand may raise food costs for needy - Law of unintended consequences baby! coupled with Global warming endangers US corn production maybe ethanol isn't the answer to our energy problems. Unless by answer you mean starving the poverty stricken to death thereby decreasing both energy and food demand.

This is just carrying things too far - NYC church tweeting the passion of the Christ. It might be time to put down the cell phone people.

And there you go another 60 minutes of my life, that I won't get back, wasted scouring the internet so you, both my imaginary readers, won't have to.

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