Thursday, February 10, 2005

Headline News 2005-02-10

From ABC News:
Police Arrest Bank Robber Who Can't Spell
Told teller he had a 'gub'

From ABC News:
Blogging Can Get You in Trouble at Work
I have no idea what they are talking about. Really.

From ABC News:
Preview of a Dean DNC
President Rice

From ABC News:
Pfizer, Microsoft Sue Web Sites Over Illegal Viagra
Company faces stiff fines

From ABC News:
Canada Regulators Order ADD Drug Withdrawn
Debate over value of drug suggests ... ooooh! A penny!

From ABC News:
UK's Charles to Marry His Lover Camilla
After April 8 wedding, Charles will accept applications for new lover

From ABC News:
Conservatives Say Pawlenty Is Potential Presidential Candidate
Saying it three times fast won a bet

From ABC News:
Dean Vows to Lead Democrats Back to Power
Statement begins "Once upon a time..."

From ABC News:
Democrats Demand Bush Halt Attacks on Reid
President made him cry

From JC:
Clayton sheriff cancels shindig
American Bandstand to continue

From CNN:
Court documents: Kazaa workers hate file-swapping software
So now it's unanimous

From CNN money:
GM recalls some 2004 Hummers, Suburbans
Many other guys remember hummers, too. Often fondly.

From NewsNet5:
911 Operator Calls Mother 'Stupid' After Pit Bull Attacks Boy
Stupid woman upset by operator

From Columbus Ledger-Enquirer:
Barbour County plant faces fine
Azalea will appeal

From Washington Post:
Pope Released From Hospital
Filming of "Weekend At John Paul's" delayed

From BBC:
'Terrorists' killed journalists
CNN blames U.S. military

From BBC:
Woman jailed for testicle attack
Police say she's nuts

3 comments:

  1. The Big Sister (who's 5'4")February 10, 2005 at 2:47 PM

    Oh! These were some of the best yet! Thanks for a good laugh...

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  2. Wow talk about a rub and tug. At least after she removed it she was nice enough to give it back. Would it be wrong to say I'm test-tickled by the comments?

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