News Roundup

Straight into the important news:

...title track from her next album:  ♫ ♪ ♫ ♪♫ ♪ ♫ ♪ “My fans made me leave my boyfriend.” ♫ ♪ ♫ ♪♫ ♪ ♫ ♪

...oy vey.  On both counts.

From the Dept. of Education:

...keyword:  Florida.

From the Red Sea area:

...and when the US Navy and the Royal Navy are both shown up by the Indian Navy...

In Election News:

...him, plus about 60 million others.

In Looneyville News:’s just too bad that they and their vegan boyfriends are usually too tired to do anything about it.

Loonier still:

...atheists like these make me want to bring back the Inquisition and the stake.  Especially when the assholes get their jollies from pathetic memes like this one:

(Hint:  the ones on the left of the picture don’t fly airliners into skyscrapers.)

From the Women’s Section of Looneyville News:

...of course, had the sexes been reversed, the guy would have got life.

...yeah, that Star Wars franchise has made FAR too much money;  “equity” demands that their movies start losing it.  And what better way to get there than through feminism?

...key phrase:  Luck of the Irish.

In Media News:

...let’s hear it from those who think this is a Good Thing:

all of you, huh?




Finally, a walk down Mammary Lane:

...and about time, too:


And a more recent pic:

Still all there, after all these years… [sigh]

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  1. Notice how Nigella looks classy, beautiful and attractive without strutting around in dental floss underwear.

    Is that a 12 year old boy in the Camel advertisement? I’d love to see the overactive government agency get all uppity about Camel marketing aimed at kids since they put a 12yo boy in the ad.

    Pirates should just be hanged on the spot. I guess ships no longer have yardarms so hanging is difficult.


  2. I’m guessing the tried and true Indian Navy technique is to spam all communication channels with calls for an extended boat warranty, and while the enemy is trying to install a spam blocker they fire off all their missiles.

  3. “Black and gray are still most popular”
    Have you been past a dealership lately? That’s about all you can buy off the lot. People buy what’s there. Blandness is the watchword.
    It’s back to the Henry Ford days.
    “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.’”

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