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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Fox News: Lawmaker's 'waste book' show shocking government expenses

That is neither shocking, nor surprising. It is just a confirmation of what was already known and experienced.

Fox News: Did President Obama deliver?
Quoting Barack Obama: "My friends, we live in the greatest nation in the history of the world. I hope you'll join with me as we try to change it".
Yup, he delivered!

CNN: Round 2: Facts and friction.
I suppose the best defense is a good offense. It sure does the trick of diverting the attention and being able to get away with some discrepancies and consequences. One thing is a given; it can cause a fraction too much friction in the budget.

CNN: Home building hits 4-year high.
That doesn't make any sense seeing how the foreclosures are at an all time high. If you base that statement on the fact that you have to build up your home in order to stand out from the crowd being able to sell it, then I guess it is true.

CNN: Picasso, Matisse paintings stolen.
They suspect it was in insiders' job. Maybe they ought to engage Vincent van Gogh; he can lend an ear to shedding some light on the subject.

NBC News: 'Next-door' alien planet still too far to visit.
That may not necessarily be such a bad thing. If it is too far to visit then hopefully, we are too far as well to receive visitors!

Yahoo!: Baffling disappearance of giant pumpkin.
I wonder where it ended up at. Pumpkin pie, anyone????

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