Monday, July 11, 2005

Headline News: 7/11/2005

From ABC News:
Discounts in the Death Business
Serial killers offering two-for-one special all week

From ABC News:
Dogs, People Best at Securing Mass Transit
Elephants still have trouble getting seats on subway

From ABC News:
'Gladiator' may return but perhaps without Crowe
Studio fears sequel may have to actually contain a plot

From ABC News:
White House Won't Comment on Rove, Leak
Rove's latest plot — drive Democrats batty before they learn Plame's ex-lover was the actual source of the leak — working like a charm

From ABC News:
Public Broadcasting Chief Denies Meddling
Admits to being an awful gossip

From ABC News:
Woman Walks Every Mile of City Streets
A Busy Whore

From ABC News:
Strippers Arrested in Alleged Spanking
Client had asked for a Cleveland Steamer *

From ABC News:
What Do Jack Nicholson and Ronald Reagan Have in Common?
One was famous for bad acting in bad movies, the other was President of the United States

From ABC News:
Did Madrid Bombs Encourage al Qaeda?
Or did the chickensh*t Spanish electorate?

From ABC News:
Bush prepared for more Supreme Court vacancies
Tells Cheney to make Stevens and Ginsberg an offer they can't refuse

4 comments:

  1. You're still the master of headlines, basil. These are a hoot and a half. But one that really is a two-fer zinger:

    Did Madrid Bombs Encourage al Qaeda?
    Or did the chickensh*t Spanish electorate?

    Ole! Heh

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  2. Basil is Funny

    He wrote this:

    From ABC News:
    Bush prepared for more Supreme Court vacancies
    Tells Cheney to make Stevens and Ginsberg an offer they can't refuse

    Okay, so what would you put in Stevens's or Ginsberg's bed to tell them it would be best to take a...

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  3. Monday

    The Skwib: Ask General Kang: Can I Be More Charismatic? Basil's Blog: Headline News A World of Speculation: Arlen Specter's Big Idea Terriorists: Brwaaaappzth! Scrappleface: Rove Resigns Over Ignorance of Plame's Name Nickie Goomba: Arlen Specter Has ...

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