Friday, March 4, 2011

Stuff that keeps me up at night, along with a 16oz Mountain Dew

Indian police detained two people after an angry mob of fired workers burned to death a senior executive of a steel factory.  Imagine if they had collective bargaining.
Wisconsin police tackled lawmaker Democrat Nick Milroy when he tried to enter the capitol building to pick up some clothes.  The police took him down before he had a chance to get his ID out.  Imagine if he was African American?
Mississippi Governor and potential GOP Presidential candidate Haley Barbour:  "We have people pull up at the pharmacy window in a BMW and say they can't afford their co-payment."  Yeah like anyone in Mississippi can spell BMW.
Nicolas Cage’s new movie “Drive Angry” got a D+ in Entertainment Weekly.  Paging Mr. Tarantino, we have found your next reclamation project.
‘Inside Job’ becomes available on DVD on Tuesday, March 8th….rent it, buy it, borrow it, watch it.
Memo to awards show host selection committees:  a meaner Ricky Gervais is funnier and more entertaining than a comatose James Franco and an overcompensating Anne Hathaway.
White as rice Arizona state senators wanted to create a new law allowing the state to nullify federal laws.  Hypothetic question: what if a Muslim senator in New York suggested the same state law?  Gingrich, Palin, Beck, Bachmann, Limbaugh and others from that clique would call him an un-American traitor trying to establish Sharia Law.
Private sector added 220,000 jobs in February.  Memo to Boehner and the Boneheads in the House GOP caucus: keep doing what you’re doing to stimulate job creation: nothing.
New York Times posed the question are Twitter and Facebook killing blogging? I pose the question:  Is this a Mark Twain moment or time to queue the Buggles?
BYU dismissed star player Brandon Davies from the mens basketball program for violating the code of conduct:  he had consensual premarital sex.   I can hardly wait for this to become a presidential debate question for Romney and Huntsman.

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