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Jewcy Zeitgeist: Finding Copernicus, Iraqis Tired of Being Killed By Americans and Angelina Jolie Controls the Media

Who messed up what today? Various low-level underlings at Verizon have been put on leave without pay for allegedly spying on Barack Obama’s personal cell phone usage. Funny, during the previous adminstration, spying on personal cell phones became law, now … Read More

By / November 21, 2008

Who messed up what today?

Various low-level underlings at Verizon have been put on leave without pay for allegedly spying on Barack Obama’s personal cell phone usage. Funny, during the previous adminstration, spying on personal cell phones became law, now it’s apparently taboo again.

It’s that time of the decade where scientists are having the ‘Let’s clone a woolly mammoth!’ discussion.

Mission Accomplished: 10,000 people gathered in Baghdad to protest the security pact between Iraq and the United States.

In addition to the $14 million that People paid for exclusive pictures of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s newborn twins, the magazine also agreed that it will only provide positive coverage of the couple’s lives now and in the future.

Russia’s parliament approved a bill that will increase presidential terms from four years to six. I can’t stress this enough: keep an eye on those devious post-commie bastards.

So like us: the Chinese automobile industry is lobbying for a bailout from Beijing.

Scholars in Poland (oxymoron?) have identified the remains of Nicholas Copernicus, which had apparently been missing.

The Indian Navy is stepping up and taking on the hordes of pirates that have been running around and plundering willy-nilly in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Somalia.

The economy of Rwanda is actually not doing terribly.

Poor Sarah Palin just can’t stay out of the novelty news: