I did have something to write, but the current version of plague seems to be attacking, and I'm tired. So roundup it is.
You may have heard about the 800 dogs in a trailer, but if not...
Or the woman who sat on the toilet. For two frikkin' years.
Remember that note a couple of days ago about Chicago? It's the gift that keeps on giving. And it only took till the second paragraph to get to parties, but in an interesting order:
Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox, a Republican, was the latest high-profile critic to call for Mr. Kilpatrick's resignation, telling a Detroit radio station today that the mayor, a Democrat, is a liar who lost the public trust in using the race card at a Tuesday night State of the City speech.
A couple of comments on the soon-to-be-ex-Governor Spitter's hooker:
If I were not attached to Bitter, and I had the chance, I’d hit it like the fist of a wrathful god.
I don’t think she’s ugly, I just don’t think she justifies $5k.
For that price, she better have a dirtier mind than I do.
The nanny state taken to another idiotic level:
Fire extinguishers are being banned from blocks of flats – after they were branded a health and safety risk. The canisters could be dangerous if people use them without training, risk assessors said. And they could encourage people to stay and tackle a blaze rather than flee.
And if Obama doesn't at least lean toward his pastors' beliefs, why would he keep going to that church? And have his kids baptized there?
And of COURSE there wouldn't be any pressure in the 'encouragement', would there?
And another case of 'only ones' BS.