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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is endorsed by Chuck Norris. It is widely speculated that Norris will be chosen as the VP for Huckabee's ticket, they would run under the singular name "Chuckabee".

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

The Ancaster Athletics are publishing their fund raising calendar with 102-year old Nora Hardwick as their nude Miss November. Thats right...102 years old and in the buff. The good new is that it will be a shot from the knees up so you really won't be able to see anything.

They should make a fortune...I'd pay 20 bucks to NOT get this calendar.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Gorillas, using sign language, have said that lack of privacy is their biggest concern at the Frankfurt zoo. This mature Silverback says he can't even pinch a loaf without people snapping
Cricket...a sport for men too scared to play baseball without pads.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Richard Branson has teamed up with Victoria's Secret to create a new airline. Asked if this would be similar to Virgin, his other airline, Branson said passengers on Victoria's Secret airline won't be thinking Virgin at all.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Unbelievable. I got a public indecency ticket when I got caught doing this in the park and this kid just gets his picture taken.
For anyone that is is my Christmas list.

Monday, November 05, 2007

In the latest round of "celebrities with a cause", underwear supermodel Gisele chimes in on the ramifications of the US Current Account defecit, her outlook on further depreciation of the US Dollar, and potential triangular currency arbitrage strategies. Widely regarded for her financial prowess she provides some real credibility for Bill Gross and Warren Buffet who have recently taken a similar stance.

When pressed though, she couldn't pick out the U.S. dollar from a lineup of Euro's, Monopoly money, American Express points, or real US dollars.

Saturday, November 03, 2007

Auguste Rodin, famous sculptor of The Thinker, also created a less famous work that he titled "The Crapper".