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I was Happy in the Haze of a Drunken Hour…

March 2, 2006

1. Senate OKs Limiting Patriot Act Powers — Lawmakers Apply Lipstick to Pig
2. OFFAL not uninformed, just unresponsive. Video: Katrina: The Warnings Bush Received — More from Brownie: Video — More from OFFAL: Video
3. U.S. Is Reducing Safety Penalties for Mine Flaws“The tragic events of this year have given everyone pause. But I don’t think it means we want to abandon what we have found works.”
4. Translation AFGP-2002-603856 (pdf) — Translated 2002 mash note from Al Qaida to the United Arab Emirates. (If your secret admirer sends you a similar message, it’s time for a restraining order.)
5. Hurricane Evacuees Leave FEMA Hotels“I know beggars can’t be choosers . . . In New Orleans, I lived in a really bad neighborhood, but when you come to a new place, you want somewhere you can be safe.”
6. Evangelized foreign policy? — Did you wonder, as I did: Why so many warnings against “isolationism” in the State of the Union address?
7. Stealth sharks may patrol the world’s seas…the Pentagon hopes to use remote-controlled sharks as spies.
8. Do you kiss your mother with that mouth? — Movie Group: ‘Crash’ Has Most Curse Words — Another potty-mouthed Academy Awards related article: Oscars viewers to hear word “bitches” in songFuck that shit! Turn down the volume Sunday and tune in to Don’t Floss With Tinsel where J.R. Kinnard— reliable sources inform us —plans on ‘live blogging’ all the profanity-laced Oscar debauchery.
9. Papuan MPs to discuss Freeport closure amid unrest.Papuan protest groups are planning to spread their demonstrations across Indonesia claiming the mine in an environmental and cultural disaster which provides little to the Papuan people from its huge profits.An image. —

  1. March 3, 2006 4:21 AM

    Dude, I have to say something. I’ve just about reached my wits end. Seriously. Things are so fucked up, I’m right on the brink of not caring anymore. I’m sorry, but it’s how I feel. It kinda worries me. My batteries are really low.

  2. March 3, 2006 7:14 AM

    I had no idea you felt so strongly about profanity at the Academy Awards.

    But hey, remote controlled sharks: that’s awesome! No?

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