Wednesday, May 02, 2007

I suppose this story should be proof enough that liberalism is in fact a religion. That the Gideons placed a Bible in every hotel/motel room never really bothered me. I suppose that anyone can find G-d at any time and where better than there?

But replacing G-d with Al Gore?

Even a non-religious man would find that wrong.


How disturbing is this?

A D.C. attorney is suing a Korean man, his wife and son for $67 million dollars! This would be hysterical if it weren't so horrible for the defendants.

Apparently, Korean immigrants Jin and Soo Chung own a dry-cleaning company and misplaced Roy Pearson's pants, twice. The first time, he "settled" for $150.

This time, however, he wasn't so generous. Instead of accepting their apology (and even after finding the pants a couple of days later), Pearson decided to sue. And sue he did.

For $67,000,000.

And I bet he wonders why attorneys are the most hated professionals in the world.

What a jackass. I hope he gets disbarred.


Did you see those pictures from Jupiter? Unbelievable!


Last night's American Idol was by far the best episode of the season. I even enjoyed Lakisha Jones' rendition of Bon Jovi's "This Ain't a Love Song.”

But I save the most praise for my favorite, Blake Lewis. He completely sold me on his take of "You Give Love a Bad Name." It was a mixture of Bon Jovi, Phil Collins, and Howard Jones, all rolled into one.

I generally favor singers who take other's songs and mold it to fit their style. Last year, it was Chris Daughtry with Johnny Cash's "Walk the Line." This time out, it was Blake Lewis.


Michelle Malkin has some very telling tales to tell about Roseanne Barr, who is rumored to be heading to "The View" to replace Donald Trump's best friend.

Barr, best known as the irascible housewife on her self-named sitcom, as well as the woman who tortured the Star-Spangled Banner on purpose, appears to have some very strong feelings about politics, religion and Hollywood.

Her style is vulgar, her speech is anti-Semitic and her 15 minutes have long ago expired. Rosie was bad enough. Do ABC and Barbara Walters really want to destroy the show completely?

As far as I'm concerned, Ms. Barr is nothing more than an spoiled, angry, semi-comedic lunatic that should be kept as far away from people as possible.

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