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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Total Eclipse of the Heart... err.. Sun.

The bus is the single stupidest, fattest, slowest, most despised vehicle on the road. Isn't it? You ever notice when you get behind the bus, people in your car go 'what are you doing? get away, come on.' The back of the bus is like an eclipse isn't it? people are just like 'the sun, where's the sun?' It's like this huge metal ass taking up the whole wind shield of your car. When it pulls out it even sounds like a fat uncle trying to get out of a sofa.

RUSSELL (to Jerry and George): We're going to have to do this some other time, so if you'll give me your number, I'll call you later. (Jerry and George nod. Molly takes her jacket off.)

GEORGE: You know, suddenly I'm in the mood for pasta primavera myself. (Jerry nudges George to sneak a peek at Molly's cleavage as she bends over and looks in her backpack. Jerry has a quick look, but George stares, hypnotized. Russell comes up behind George.)

RUSSELL (angrily): Get a good look, Costanza?

New scene - Jerry and George in Jerry's apartment.

JERRY: What were you doing?

GEORGE: Well, it's not my fault. You poked me!

JERRY: You're supposed to just take a peek after a poke. You were like you just put a quarter into one of those big metal things on top of the Empire State Building.

GEORGE: It's cleavage. I couldn't look away. What am I, waiting to win an Oscar here? This is all I have in my life.

JERRY: Looking at cleavage is like looking at the sun, you don't stare at it. It's too risky. You get a sense of it and then you look away.

GEORGE: All right. So, he caught me in a cleavage peek, so big deal. Who wouldn't look at his daughter's cleavage? She's got nice cleavage.

JERRY: That's why I poked.

GEORGE: That's why I peeked.

World Treated to Rare Total Eclipse of Sun

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Who Knew...

That hanging out at WalMart could make you famous? From the looks of things at most WalMarts I've visited, I thought hanging out at WalMart made you fat and wear sweatpants... - Spring break experiment gets national attention

Monday, March 27, 2006

Kristin Cavalleri

Can ya tell I'm a bit obsessed with this girl right now?

Summer. Get here now!!

.. and it would help if I could hang at the beach with Jessica Alba.

Sunday, March 26, 2006

In case you missed the season premier of Sopranos

... here's Jamie-Lynn Sigler nice little dance that started the show.

Friday, March 24, 2006

Mainstream News People Are GAY!




A top producer at ABC NEWS declared "Bush makes me sick" in an email obtained by the DRUDGE REPORT.

John Green, currently executive producer of the weekend edition of GOOD MORNING AMERICA, unloaded on the president in an ABC company email obtained by the DRUDGE REPORT.

"If he uses the 'mixed messages' line one more time, I'm going to puke," Green complained.

The blunt comments by Green, along with other emails obtained by the DRUDGE REPORT, further reveal the inner workings of the nation's news outlets.

A friend of Green's at ABC says Green is mortified by the email. "John feels so badly about this email. He is a straight shooter and great producer who is always fair. That said, he deeply regrets the sentiment expressed in the email and the embarrassment it causes ABC News."

[UPDATE: Green sent email to ABC staff: "By now some of you have seen the DRUDGE REPORT featuring a private email I sent to a colleague in 2004. I want all of you to know how much I regret the embarrassment this story causes ABC. It was an inappropriate thing to say and I'm deeply sorry.']

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Hump It

Are You F@cking Serious?

Leprechaun spotted in Mobile, Alabama

Still think there is no link between Bin Laden and Iraq?

ABC News: Iraq Archive Document Describes Bin Laden Meeting

March 22, 2006 — Following are the ABC News Investigative Unit's summaries of five documents from Saddam Hussein's government, which have been released by the U.S. government.

The documents discuss Osama bin Laden, weapons of mass destruction, al Qaeda and more.

The full documents can be found on the U.S. Army Foreign Military Studies Office Web site:

Note: Document titles were added by ABC News.

"Osama Bin Laden Contact With Iraq"

A newly released pre-war Iraqi document indicates that an official representative of Saddam Hussein's government met with Osama bin Laden in Sudan on February 19, 1995 after approval by Saddam Hussein. Bin Laden asked that Iraq broadcast the lectures of Suleiman al Ouda, a radical Saudi preacher, and suggested "carrying out joint operations against foreign forces" in Saudi Arabia. According to the document, Saddam's presidency was informed of the details of the meeting on March 4, 1995 and Saddam agreed to dedicate a program for them on the radio. The document states that further "development of the relationship and cooperation between the two parties to be left according to what's open (in the future) based on dialogue and agreement on other ways of cooperation." The Sudanese were informed about the agreement to dedicate the program on the radio.

The report then states that "Saudi opposition figure" bin Laden had to leave Sudan in July 1996 after it was accused of harboring terrorists. It says information indicated he was in Afghanistan. "The relationship with him is still through the Sudanese. We're currently working on activating this relationship through a new channel in light of his current location," it states.

(Editor's Note: This document is handwritten and has no official seal. Although contacts between bin Laden and the Iraqis have been reported in the 9/11 Commission report and elsewhere, (e.g. the 9/11 report states "Bin Ladn himself met with a senior Iraqi intelligence officer in Khartoum in late 1994 or early 1995) this document indicates the contacts were approved personally by Saddam Hussein.

It also indicates the discussions were substantive, in particular that bin Laden was proposing an operational relationship, and that the Iraqis were, at a minimum, interested in exploring a potential relationship and prepared to show good faith by broadcasting the speeches of al Ouda, the radical cleric who was also a bin Laden mentor.

The document does not establish that the two parties did in fact enter into an operational relationship. Given that the document claims bin Laden was proposing to the Iraqis that they conduct "joint operations against foreign forces" in Saudi Arabia, it is interesting to note that eight months after the meeting — on November 13, 1995 — terrorists attacked Saudi National Guard Headquarters in Riyadh, killing 5 U.S. military advisors. The militants later confessed on Saudi TV to having been trained by Osama bin Laden.)

"Osama bin Laden and the Taliban"

Document dated Sept. 15, 2001

An Iraqi intelligence service document saying that their Afghani informant, who's only identified by a number, told them that the Afghani Consul Ahmed Dahastani claimed the following in front of him:

That OBL and the Taliban are in contact with Iraq and that a group of Taliban and bin Laden group members visited Iraq.
That the U.S. has proof the Iraqi government and "bin Laden's group" agreed to cooperate to attack targets inside America.
That in case the Taliban and bin Laden's group turn out to be involved in "these destructive operations," the U.S. may strike Iraq and Afghanistan.
That the Afghani consul heard about the issue of Iraq's relationship with "bin Laden's group" while he was in Iran.

At the end, the writer recommends informing "the committee of intentions" about the above-mentioned items. The signature on the document is unclear.

(Editor's Note: The controversial claim that Osama bin Laden was cooperating with Saddam Hussein is an ongoing matter of intense debate. While the assertions contained in this document clearly support the claim, the sourcing is questionable — i.e. an unnamed Afghan "informant" reporting on a conversation with another Afghan "consul." The date of the document — four days after 9/11 — is worth noting but without further corroboration, this document is of limited evidentiary value.) ..........

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

V for Very Good

Finally went to see V for Vendetta tonight. Very Good. Very Good Indeed.

Coach Stays

Official Statement

University of Iowa's men's basketball Coach Steve Alford is looking
forward to continued success with the Hawkeye program and has
scheduled no interviews for vacant coaching positions.

"I'm the head coach at Iowa. My family and I love the Iowa program and
the community," said Alford. "We had a record-setting season with a
second Big Ten Tournament championship and I look forward to continued
success with this program.

"As in the past, search committees and interested officials from other
programs with openings for a head basketball coach have initiated
contact," said Alford. "I'm flattered with the interest and the
recognition of the outstanding season we had this year," added Alford.
"With that success, comes attention and speculation that I cannot
control. I have not scheduled any interviews with any other

Alford guided Iowa to a 25-9 overall record, including the
championship of the Big Ten Conference Tournament. The Hawkeyes were
11-5 in the Big Ten regular season and tied for second place, one game
behind Ohio State. The 25 wins mark the second highest victory total
in school history. The Hawkeyes won a school-record 17 home games,
posting the first ever undefeated season in Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

Alford has directed Iowa to six straight winning seasons and
post-season appearances, including three trips to the NCAA Tournament.
Iowa has averaged over 20 wins per year over the past six seasons and
also claimed the 2001 Big Ten Tournament title.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Looks like I will be moving to Laguna Beach

Kristin Cavalleri

Nice Law Fuckstick

WINNETKA, Ill. (UPI) — The Winnetka, Ill., police chief has proposed a “distracted driving” law that — among routine prohibitions — would also ban tuning the radio, a report said.

Police Chief Joseph DeLopez said his plan would outlaw radio tuning, talking to passengers and tending to children or pets while driving in addition to the more typical bans on using electronic devices, reading the newspaper or applying makeup.

“The issue runs deeper than the use of cell phones,” DeLopez wrote of his proposal, which was the result of a citizen panel.

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Thought this was pretty good